“Over the last few years we have noticed an increased accumulation of extreme weather events. Not all regions of the world are equally affected, but above all in middle-European latitude a rising number of gusts in winter and thunderstorms in summer coincide with global warming. With our severe weather warnings insurance customers can better protect themselves and their property, and we are proud to be able to support them,“ stated Michael Fassnauer, CEO UBIMET.
Alexander Lehmann, EWC Managing Director, is delighted that EWC has once again succeeded in a selection process based on quality, innovation and customer-friendliness. On the occasion of signing the contract he said: “We look forward to the cooperation and are proud that with the public insurers we were able to win the second biggest insurance group in the German primary insurance market and the number one in residential building insurance as a customer. Not only VöV and we will benefit from this cooperation, but above all the end users of this weather information and these services. With the WIND project both VöV and EWC pursue only one joint objective: To offer customers the best weather information precisely tailored to their needs.“