Mexican Insurance Leader Launches Two New Products
Tuesday November 4, 2003
7:50 am ET
FLAGSTAFF, Arizona, PRNewswire
International Insurance Group, Inc., the leading Managing General Agent (MGA) for Mexico Crossborder Transportation Insurance, announced today the launch of two new online products available via its websites at www.SegurosPaisano.com in Spanish and www.mexpro.com in English.
SegurosPaisano.com is a dynamic website where any Spanish-speaking consumer can purchase Tourist Auto Insurance for the US or Mexico. US visitors to this website can purchase automobile coverage to protect them while they are temporarily in Mexico. Mexican visitors to SeguroPaisano.com can purchase automobile coverage to protect them while they are temporarily in the US. It is important to note that both of these coverage types are mandated by US and Mexico authorities. IIG offers this product via appointed agents and brokers in the US and Mexico, and also direct to consumers online.
Director of Hispanic Markets for this Arizona-based company, Nate Watson, says, "We understand the Hispanic market and its rapid growth in the US. Our main goal is to serve this market the best we can." This site is specifically designed to be the "one-stop shop" for tourist auto insurance, from either side of the border.
Another new product offered by IIG is coverage for Mexican Commercial Tractor Trailers entering the US Commercial Zone. Through established insurance companies and advanced systems, IIG offers this product via appointed agents and brokers in the US and Mexico, and also direct to Trucking Firms.
Insurance agents, brokers, promoters, and insurance companies can sign up to use both of these sites, earn commissions, and ensure that all their customers are obtaining quality auto and commercial insurance for Mexico and/or the US.
According to Jim Labelle, CIC, President of International Insurance Group, "These new websites and products have helped us to solidify our position as the leading provider of auto and trucking insurance products for US Plated vehicles in Mexico, and conversely, Mexico plated vehicles in the US."
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Source: International Insurance Group, Inc.