We offer solutions for:
- Hardware store owners
- Building supply retailers
- Food and beverage retailers
Why wholesalers and retailers trust us
We have over 100 years of experience creating custom-built insurance solutions for Canadian businesses.
Through our experience working with wholesalers, building supply stores, hardware stores and other retailers, we’ve come to understand the risks you’re exposed to on a daily basis.
Whether you run a small retail shop or manage a major wholesale operation, take advantage of our industry expertise to get a complete commercial insurance solution designed specifically for your business.
At Federated Insurance, we provide:
- Customized insurance solutions designed for wholesalers and retailers
- Dedicated advisors who work with you directly
- Expanded coverage options
- Flexible payment and deductible options
- Quick, hassle-free renewals
We’re your manufacturing industry experts
Our expertise among woodworkers, machine shops, concrete suppliers and other manufacturing businesses is defined by our relationships with the leading industry associations such as the Saskatchewan Ready Mixed Concrete Association.
Work with us directly
Federated Insurance works directly with you. Whatever your needs, our team of industry-trained experts will help you ensure that your wholesale or retail business is properly protected.
We take the time to understand your business today and in the future, so that as your business evolves, we can help you align your coverage with your changing business needs.
Value-added services for your wholesale or retail business
Once you become a Federated Insurance customer, you’ll have access to an array of value-added services for your wholesale or retail business, including:
Risk management tips for wholesalers and retailers
Losses happen, but business continuity planning can help keep your business going after a catastrophe. Stay on top of local and global events and trends to help you anticipate problems, and develop procedures to handle crises, including fires, natural disasters or data downtime.
Make record keeping a top priority to help you manage the products you provide. Design records, quality control data, and test data on vendor and purchased components should be collected – these will help you ensure you deliver the best products and may play a part in helping you establish a defense in the event a customer files a claim against you.
Each year, tens of millions of dollars’ worth of equipment is stolen in Canada. Having a current inventory and keeping detailed records of all equipment (and tools) used in your building and offsite will be instrumental in recovering and managing your assets.
Latest blog posts for wholesalers and retailers:
Check out our latest blog posts for some tips on business, customer, employee and operational safety for wholesalers, home retail stores, building supply stores, and other retailers:
Fire prevention for construction sites
Fires are dangerous and can burn out of control in as little as 30 seconds. Having a detailed and effective [...]
Flooding and water damage: What you need to know
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Employee dishonesty and how to prevent it
When running a business, preventing theft is always a top priority. So, vaults are purchased, locks are installed, and fences [...]