We’re excited to share that we are now a market for trucking clients.
With our expansion into additional states (and more on the way), we’re well positioned to provide long-term value and excellent service to your trucking industry customers.
“We’re excited to provide a new, high-quality option for our agents and their clients,” said Steve Sandilla, SFM’s Senior Vice President of Strategic Business Operations. “We’re also looking forward to doing our part to help make the industry safer.”
Targeted types of trucking exposures
To make it easy for you to determine whether your accounts are a fit, we’re providing clear and specific guidelines about what we’re looking for.
- Class code 7219
- Local, intermediate, and long-haul
- Premiums up to $100,000
We will also consider:
- Premiums greater than $100,000
- Flat Beds
- Extensive use of Owner-Operators
- New ventures
Unfortunately, the following risks are ineligible: High hazard commodities, auto haulers, log haulers, riggers/cranes/wreckers and frequent loading/unloading (“lumpers”).
Focused on safety
Trucking is a hazardous industry. Workers in the trucking industry accounted for 11 percent of all worker deaths in 2017, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration .
SFM’s commitment to safety extends to our trucking customers. Our safety team has been working hard to compile best practices and safety resources specific to trucking.
See our trucking safety page for more information.
How to submit business
If you have a trucking client that’s a good fit, please submit an application using SFM Agency Manager (SAM) or by sending us an ACORD application. For more details, please contact your SFM underwriter.