Pictured here are (From Left): Nihal Ranasinghe, Senior Consultant - BP Operation, AMW; Jubert Montorio, General Manager - After Sales, AMW; Yohann de Zoysa, Director-Passenger Vehicles, AMW; Mangala Bandara, Chief Marketing Officer, Allianz Lanka; Nalinda Piyadasa, Head of Motor Claims, Allianz Lanka; Charinda Fernando, Head of Provider Management, Allianz Lanka and Niroshan Fernando, Head of Parts Operation, AMW.
Allianz Insurance Lanka Limited (Allianz Lanka) joined hands with Associated Motorways Ltd. (AMW) to simplify the claims process for policyholders with vehicles sold and serviced by AMW. The insurer entered into a Service Level Agreement with AMW in this regard, recently.
Allianz Lanka policyholders will now be able to inform the insurer and take their vehicles to AMW Body and Paint Repair centres around the island, in the unfortunate event of an accident. The service locations covered under this agreement include AMW Pitstop centres in Anuradhapura, Attidiya, Kandy, Matara and Negombo and AMW body shops in Kithulwatte, Peliyagoda and Rajagiriya.
AMW representatives will work directly with Allianz Lanka on getting the repair estimates approved and processing the payments, without policyholders having to get involved. With the entire process being streamlined, AMW will be able to do the repairs and hand over the vehicle more quickly.
This is applicable to all Suzuki, Nissan, Datsun and Renault cars, cabs (utility vehicles), SUVs and vans with a motor insurance cover from Allianz Lanka.
Simplifying the entire claims process, the partnership is set to deliver greater convenience to policyholders. Allianz Lanka and AMW will also be offering discounts on spare parts and accessories as well as a host of other benefits across the AMW Body and Paint Repair network, island wide.
“At Allianz, we have always strived to make the entire claims process simpler for our policyholders. In line with this, we are delighted to partner with AMW on accident repairs,” said Gany Subramaniam, Chief Executive Officer, Allianz Insurance Lanka Limited. “Policyholders can now simply inform our teams and take their vehicles to AMW in the unfortunate event of an accident. We will liaise directly with AMW on clearing the repair estimates and processing the payments. We remain committed to standing by our policyholders during their hour of need and will continue to work on offering them greater value and convenience.”
“We are excited to join hands with Allianz Lanka on simplifying insurance claims for accident repairs,” said Yohann de Zoysa, Director-Passenger Vehicles Associated Motorways Ltd. (AMW). “Besides bringing some of the world’s most sought after automobile brands to Sri Lanka, AMW has always been committed to offering world-class service. Our network of AMW Body and Paint Repair centres around the country are manned by experienced technicians armed with the latest tools and technologies.”
AMW’s team of highly trained and qualified technical staff are geared with the latest tools and equipment to deliver world class light, medium and heavy accident repair services. They use the latest dent pullers, spot and MIG welding equipment and body aligning jigs that are in line with manufacturers’ specifications to carry out body repair work. AMW also has dedicated paint booths and drying facilities and in-house colour mixing and matching capabilities that use high quality paints to ensure immaculate paint finishes.