Aon would also provide strategic advice on risk matters
UK-based Abnormal Load Engineering (ALE) has appointed Aon to manage its insurance programme and provide strategic advice on risk matters.
Rob Lambie, contracts manager from ALE, said: The Aon team came across as highly competent, working well together as a team. With a strong focus on partnership during the review process, we felt that they demonstrated a fresh and vibrant approach which, together with their status as a leading broker and their worldwide presence, identified them as the broker best positioned to maximise placement of ALE’s insurance portfolio.
Lisa Bartlett, branch director at Aon in Birmingham, added: ALE offers a worldwide service for the transportation, handling and installation of heavy indivisible items. It is a unique successful business which allows us to demonstrate our capabilities worldwide.
Abnormal Load Engineering provides engineering service to manufacturers of electrical plant and utility companies associated with the movement and installation of large items of generating plant. Moreover, the company is also an international heavy transport and installation contractors working for all industrial sectors. Aon, a US-based insurance broker, will be responsible for placing cover on a worldwide basis. The company provides risk management services, insurance and reinsurance brokerage and human capital consulting.