The need for first party Fleet Damage cover following recent IED incidents

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Following the Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) sent via the postal system to Heathrow, Waterloo and London City Airport on 5th March, NMU Terrorism Underwriting Manager Gary Barlow looks at how this highlights the need for fleet managers and brokers specialising in the fleet industry to consider a terrorism product that addresses the first-party damage risk to fleet operators on vehicles and trailers.

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