Chartered loss adjuster, Agrical, exhibited for the first time at BIBA 2012 and received a positive reception.
Chief executive, Mike Collins said: “We decided to exhibit at BIBA, rather than just attend, because we could see the business opportunities. It provided us with an excellent opportunity to showcase our services to the wider insurance market operating in the premium products arena. We know there is a demand for niche services like ours and the BIBA conference proved a great place to create new business leads, meet existing clients and highlight the services we provide within specialist sectors to potential new clients. We have come back from the conference with numerous leads to follow up.”
Agrical is celebrating a decade of growth this year. Since it was formed in 2002, the privately owned company has doubled its staff to 57, tripled its turnover, which is now approaching £4 million and, in the same time, quadrupled its client base to over 30.
During the last ten years, the company has evolved as well as grown – using its core business expertise within the farms and estate sector to branch out into HNW, specialist commercial, renewable energy, food and leisure. Agrical is now renowned as a leading provider of specialist loss adjusting and claim management services.
Mike Collins adds: “Our mantra is ‘expertise, plus empathy, equals excellence’ and our reputation has been built on these guiding principles; expertise - specialism and proficiency in our field; excellence - the delivery of premium claims services; and empathy – professional understanding and relationship management. Underpinning all this are ethical values – performance through principles.”
Agrical is a privately owned company dedicated to the provision of loss adjusting and additional services for the premium and niche sectors of the insurance market. Born out of a merger between Morris Associates and Phoenix Chartered Loss Adjusters in 2002, it operates from 22 locations nationally, with its head office based in Tadcaster, and employs 57 people, of whom 24 are either loss adjusters or Chartered Surveyors. The continued success of this long established business is due to the level of professional and technical skill it provides combined with the highest level of service. www.agrical.com