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e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management announced as new ILC Motor Corporate Partner

We’re excited to announce that we have a new Corporate Partner – e2e.

e2e is the UK’s largest collective vehicle salvage operatorwith over 30 years’ experience of serving the motor insurance industry.

e2e believes the time is right for motor insurers to expect more from their salvage partners.  Strong salvage values, total loss process efficiency, transparency, compliance rigor, environmental care and performance consistency are non-negotiable requirements. In addition, the ability to add value to every stage of the total loss process, reduce insurer indemnity spend, remove risk and protect reputation lay at the heart of e2e’s service offering.

e2e members deliver nationwide coverage from over 50 environmentally compliant sites.  Insurers can choose to outsource the entire total loss vehicle management process to e2e or they can select from specific modules to meet their business requirements and budget.  Modules include emergency roadside recovery and storage, negotiation of inherited storage charges, assistance with vehicle documentation and keys management, engineering assessments by in-house AQP Qualified engineers, pre-accident valuation, total loss valuation and settlement negotiation with the policyholder.

Neil Joslin, COO said:

“We are delighted to be partnering with I Love Claims and look forward to collaborating with ILC partners and members in the motor claims industry.  Vehicle salvage is often the second largest revenue stream for motor insurers after premium income and we see huge opportunities to innovate, add value and positively transform the way insurers are working with their salvage partners.

Our board members hold both insurance and salvage expertise and we are continually working to refine our value proposition and to redefine today’s salvage partner – we see partnership as much more than just competitive cost. We will be working with ILC to generate industry debate and to engage with and listen to the motor claims community, in order to respond with innovation that meets evolving market needs.”

Chris Ashworth, Chairman & Founder of ILC, said:

It’s fantastic to be working with a Corporate Partner with the dedication and commitment that you find at e2e. The partnership will be a huge benefit to us and our Motor Claims community and prove invaluable for those attending our motor conferences and networking lunches. It’s great to have them on board”.

For further information please visit www.e2etotalloss.com