Phoenix, AZ, June 13, 2016 – tKg Wholesale Brokerage has embarked on a major expansion of its Transportation Division. Under the leadership of Ed Havermann, the Transportation Division is poised to become one of the largest wholesalers of transportation products in the United States.
tKg’s Transportation Division is based in Kansas City, Mo. and will utilize tKg’s industry leading technology to meet the transportation coverage needs of the marketplace. Areas of focus include:
- Commercial Auto (Contractors, Service, Manufacturing, and more)
- Local, Intermediate, Long Haul Trucking
- Mono-Line Truckers Physical Damage
- Mono-Line Motor Truck Cargo
- Excess Auto
- Buffer Layers
- Contingent Cargo
- Dealers Open Lot
- Mono-line hired/non-owned liability
Mr. Havermann most recently managed the transportation division of a major wholesaler, where he guided the division through several years of tremendous growth.
James Keating, CEO of tKg Wholesale Brokerage said, “Ed’s decision to join tKg is indicative of the increasing strength of our organization. Already the finest, we are well on our way to becoming one of the industry’s largest independent wholesalers.”
About tKg Wholesale Brokerage
Founded in 2004, tKg Wholesale Brokerage, a member of Keating Companies, is one of the fastest-growing independent wholesalers in the country. By year end 2016, tKg will have surpassed $1 billion in gross written premiums. tKg is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, with offices in Boston, Kansas City, and Southern California. With our proprietary technology platform, designed around the needs of our producers, we are uniquely positioned to provide more efficient, and effective, solutions to our business partners. Our Casualty, Transportation, Workers’ Compensation, Professional Liability, and Small Business divisions cover many markets that traditional wholesalers do not. We are respected for our integrity, technical expertise, strategic market relationships, and salesmanship.
tKg. Exceptional Wholesaler. Exceptional Results.
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