The industry’s fortunes have always been shaped by unpredictable weather, climatic conditions and the challenges faced by disease. Whilst many facets of Asia’s agriculture industry have transformed in recent years by adopting new technologies and systems, it is impossible to deny the significant impact that climate change has had on agricultural output.

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Food and Agribusiness

We Understand the Needs of Asia’s Agriculture Industry

The industry’s fortunes have always been shaped by unpredictable weather, climatic conditions and the challenges faced by disease. Whilst many facets of Asia’s agriculture industry have transformed in recent years by adopting new technologies and systems, it is impossible to deny the significant impact that climate change has had on agricultural output. Increasingly, the Asian farmer has become more and more exposed to catastrophic losses from soaring temperatures, droughts, windstorms, flooding and pests and diseases. We are keenly aware of the challenges facing Asia’s agriculture industry and uniquely placed to offer advice and risk management solutions. The Lockton Food and Agriculture team has extensive experience which enables a better understanding of your needs, exposures and insight into the most advantageous markets for your requirements in the Asia Pacific region.

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We offer a range of innovative coverage and agri-risk management solutions for the following industry segments:

  • Livestock

  • Aquaculture

  • Forestry and Plantations

  • Crops

  • Glasshouses and Urban Farming

  • Animal and Marine Parks

  • Livestock Transportation

  • Equine and Bloodstock

  • Feed and Input Suppliers

  • Lenders and Investors

Lockton’s Food and Agribusiness Practice produces periodical newsletters covering a wide range of informative topics relating to risks affecting agriculture production in Asia. If you are interested in receiving a copy of our Newsletters, please contact: Stephane.baldanoff@au.lockton.com.

Committed to your Unique and Changing Needs

Our deep understanding of Asia’s agricultural landscape and climatic conditions allows us to talk with farmers and agribusinesses about real risks. We believe that in order to show a client true value, you must first listen and understand their concerns and experience tells us that every farm, plantation, and business is different and faces its own unique set of risks and challenges. It is for this reason that our approach is holistic - we follow a process of listening to your concerns, suggesting risk mitigation measures and customising coverage solutions that are specific to your agricultural operation.

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