November 16 — The North American Equipment Dealers Association (NAEDA), an advocacy association that works to advance the interests of its more than 4,000 members across the North American agriculture, industrial, forestry and outdoor equipment dealer markets, announced an exclusive partnership agreement with Specialty Equipment Insurance Services (SEIS), an equipment protection and insurance service provider an Amynta Group Company (“Amynta”). 

The exclusive affinity agreement between NAEDA and SEIS will provide a white-label Extended Service Contract (ESC) available to NAEDA members across North America. SEIS will provide a turnkey Extended Service Contract (ESC) solution, including regulatory administration, claims, underwriting and actuarial support, along with system and policy administration for each dealer.

“This exclusive offering fits perfectly with our core mission to advocate, elevate and educate the members of our association,” said Brad Hershey (Hoober, Inc.), NAEDA Vice Chair and Chair of NAEDA’s Partner Programs Committee “We could not be more pleased with the expected future benefit to our dealer network and the customers they serve.”

Kim Rominger, NAEDA CEO added, “Our dealers work tirelessly to maintain customer relationships, and SEIS’s Extended Service Contract offering is exactly what they need to protect their customers with a best-in-class fixed cost solution to avoid the tremendous burden of unforeseen repair costs.”

“The relationship of NAEDA and SEIS is a best-in-class service offering to our most important dealers,” said Edgar J. Gonzalez, Vice President of SEIS. “As the market leader in ESC coverage for the heavy and off-road equipment industry, we recognize what dealers want in the form of a complete solution to support their business and their customers’ business. We are excited about this long-term partnership and exclusive product offering to the more than 4,000 members of NAEDA, adding to their much-valued suite of endorsed products and services.”

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