Imported auto glass to drive down insurance costs for SA consumers

Date: 5 October 2011
Source: http://www.itinews.co.za
No excesses for clients who make use of Grandmark windscreensIn a move to reduce the cost of claims for local consumers, CIB Insurance Administrators (CIB) has formed an affiliation with global company, Grandmark Glass, with the hopes of creating awareness around international glass pricing trends.

Through this partnership, CIB are now able to relinquish excesses for its clients that make use of Grandmark windscreens.

Andrew Lilley, COO of CIB, says that increased competition from international suppliers will hopefully force local suppliers to review existing pricing structures and ultimately stimulate growth in the glass supply market.

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Date: 5 October 2011
Source: http://www.itinews.co.za

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