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Forces combine for greater reach

Associated Loss Adjusters (ALA) and Independent Claims (IC) are pleased to announce a partnership, which will place the new, integrated company at the forefront of loss adjusting in Southern Africa.

ALA and IC are two of South Africa’s premier loss adjusting firms, with a reputation for professionalism, integrity and technical experience.

ALA operates throughout the country, with its offices based in Johannesburg. IC operates out of Cape Town, Durban, George and Windhoek and covers a broad base of classes of claims.

The partnership between the two leading independent loss adjusting firms will give them a significantly greater reach covering Southern Africa, and allow them the opportunity to pursue greater market penetration throughout the African continent.

Managing Directors, Alan Blem (ALA) and Bryan Moyles (IC), believe the amalgamation of the two companies bodes well for the future: “Both companies share a similar ethos and pride themselves on their technical ability and professionalism, underpinned by integrity and the desire to make a difference. Having trained and worked together over the years, it seemed only natural that we combine forces, and grow our already strong foothold both locally and internationally.”

The partnership will provide clients with a more streamlined, focused and integrated service. The companies believe that by bringing their fields of expertise together, they will possess deeper levels of insight into claims and an enhanced technical ability.

ALA and IC look forward to growing the loss adjusting business in South Africa and internationally through improved service, increased partnership and greater leverage across the country.

Association of loss Adjusters

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