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GDI INSURANCE
Location: 801 Geer Road, Turlock, California, United States United States
Founded in: 2000
Stage: Profitable
Number of employees: 16-30
Short URL: vator.co/gdi-insurance
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GDI INSURANCE

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Startup/business
Turlock, California, United States United States
http://www.gdiinsurance.com/
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Company description

GDI Insurance Agency, Inc. combines years of experience with leading-edge products to provide exceptional service and value to our customers.  Our product offering includes insurance products and risk management services for commercial property and casualty, and marine; specialty coverage‚Äôs; surety; and employee benefits, including health, life, disability, and payroll deduction personal lines programs.

 


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Headquartered in Turlock, CA. We think globally but act locally, with personal services designed specifically for each individual client. GDI Insurance Agency, Inc. shares information and resources with national networks of brokers to ensure we can meet your every need, and find answers to your questions quickly and efficiently. Our Value Proposition Our goal is to achieve long-term relationships focused on bringing value to your risk management and insurance programs. We commit to utilizing our collective talent to support your risk management and insurance goals.

We will deliver to you the highest quality property and casualty insurance programs and strategic planning consultation services in a manner that is most suitable to achieving your business goals. We promise to identify activities that drive claim frequency and severity, and implement an action plan to contain losses. We will identify training needs and provide on-site assistance to actively address loss sources and promote a safe work environment for your employees.

Situation Analysis You face many environmental challenges, including safety issues, OSHA compliance burdens, property and casualty carrier consolidation, rate fluctuations, and increased litigation activity.