e2e joins the MGAA to provide salvage and automotive recycling services to members
e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management [e2e], the UK’s nationwide salvage and automotive recycling network, has joined the Managing General Agents’ Association [MGAA] as a supplier member. The partnership means that, for the first time, members of the MGAA have access to salvage and automotive recycling facilities from within the association.
e2e’s end-to-end services enable MGAs to efficiently and cost effectively manage their total loss claims. When seeking capacity, they can strengthen their position with a total loss claims strategy that delivers reduced claims life cycle and associated costs, mitigates reputation risk with the certified destruction of CAT A and B vehicles and provides strong, fast returns on salvage; all achieved whilst ensuring a positive policyholder experience.
e2e dominates the market providing MGA clients access to over 5million, quality graded, warranty assured reclaimed parts. MGA clients benefit from the opportunity to cut motor claims repair costs and speed up claim resolution, all whilst promoting improved sustainability and a reduced carbon footprint. A partnership with e2e can add real value to the customer proposition and experience. The use of reclaimed parts in motor repairs can make the difference to a car being determined an economic write off and enable the MGA to offer their customer choice, reduce total loss claims volumes and improve customer retention.
Mia Constable, Head of Business Development at e2e said: “Drawing on the experience of our Chairman, Martyn Holman, we identified that there was an opportunity to support MGAs in opening up new revenue streams, reducing motor claims costs, improving customer experience and reinforcing their ESG strategies with opportunity for increased carbon reduction. We are thrilled to have joined the MGAA and to celebrate we are pleased to be offering members an introductory discount on our services. We are looking forward to gaining an even greater understanding of the needs of the market and tailoring our flexible solutions for individual members.”
Mike Keating, CEO of the MGAA said: “I’m delighted to welcome e2e Total Loss Vehicle Management to the MGAA. Their expertise and services will be extremely valuable to our growing MGA membership and we look forward to working with them. I’m particularly interested to see how MGAs through their current claims model, can take full advantage of the many benefits available through reclaimed parts and the positive impact they can have on sustainability goals for the market as a whole.”