Unicom Insurance commenced trading in January 1992 specialising in the insurance needs of the Motor Trader.
Due to its success in 1994 Unicom was approached by a large Motor Insurer to manage a delegated authority scheme on their behalf. This scheme was purely for Motor Trade Road Risk Insurance and was to be sold via other insurance brokers. In May 1994 Tradewise Underwriting agencies was setup. This didn't affect Unicom's burning ambition to be the best. Unicom has continued to grow and has built good solid relationships with many other insurers, dealing in other niche areas of commercial insurance. Unicom is one of the largest agents of Tradewise Insurance Company Ltd.
Unicom's dedicated sales team offer good advice and high levels of customer service. With the numerous schemes and wealth of experience it has gained over the years, Unicom has continued to grow and has firmly established itself as one of the market leaders in its chosen areas.
One of the main reason for Unicom's success is its mission statement:
Recognised as the best because we:
If you require any further information on Unicom Insurance or the services we provide, please do not hesitate to get in touch on the telephone number below.
So, you know that with Unicom, you’ll be looked after by one of the most highly regarded motor trade insurance brokers in the UK – but what do we do exactly?
As insurance brokers, we arrange deals to cover all kinds of organisations in the motor trade sector. It doesn’t matter if you’re a second-hand vehicle dealer, a delivery and collection agent or a car valeter – we can sculpt a policy around your business model to protect you from every possible risk.
We’ve armed our clients with the best policies for over 20 years – every one of our motor trade insurance brokers knows their profession inside out.
Unicom Insurance Services Limited are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registration number 308953. The Financial Services Register can be accessed through www.fca.org.uk
All you have to do is fill in your details online, then it’s time for your allocated Unicom broker to get to work. We take all your specs on-board and start crafting your brand new policy. We assess the final document to ensure every risk related to your work is covered.
Then, we seek out a quote from our web of insurance providers your custom policy, selecting the closest match to your budget. You can save a lot of money through this approach, because we cut out any policy features your business doesn’t need – so the premium comes down too.
As a Unicom Insurance client, you are the single most important thing to us. In a way, you become a part of our organisation and because of that, we want to make sure you’re fully up to date with everything that’s going on. Any big changes in the insurance sector that may affect you – we’ll let you know about straightaway. You’ll be an official client of Unicom Insurance – and you’ll get the world class service we’re recognised for, throughout your journey with us.
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