One provider of discount car insurance quotes has recently announced it is in final partnership talks with Chevrolet to provide the car manufacturer’s UK customers with fully branded motor car insurance policies.
Insurance provider Ageas is on the cusp of signing a five year deal with Chevrolet where it would take over management of all claims service, service administration, and customer sales on behalf of the US-based car manufacturer. This new partnership is predicted to create even further growth at the insurance firm’s Stoke-on-Trent offices, according to direct car insurance industry experts.
Designed to enhance levels of retention, competitiveness, and quotability across Chevrolet’s entire customer base, the deal would not be finalised until the normal governance and regulatory approvals are given.
Ageas UK’s chief executive, Barry Smith, announced the new agreement by stating that the new relationship between the insurer and the car manufacturer will work to reinforce its strength in the private car insurance market sector by further enhancing its multi-channel distribution strategies. The chief executive remarked that Ageas’ reputation for providing high levels of customer service for low premium costs helped seal the deal with Chevrolet.
Mr Smith expressed his delight at being selected by Chevrolet to enter into this key new partnership. He also said that Ageas as a whole was looking forward to working for the car manufacturer in order to build a successful, positive relationship.
National Sales & Operations Manager for Chevrolet, Daniel Gregorious, also expressed delight in the ability to announce their new partnership with the car insurance firm. Mr Gregorious felt that this new announcement builds even more excitement on an already noteworthy year, as Chevrolet plans to introduce five new models to the UK market, and the car manufacturer was looking forward to constructing an insurance programme with their new partners.