Clements Worldwide Partners with Toyota Gibraltar Services (TGS) to Deliver Better Fleet Solutions to Humanitarian Aid Organizations

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Clements Worldwide Has Collaborated with TGS to Provide Humanitarian Aid Organizations with Financial Protection for the Operating Risks of Automotive Fleets in Developing Countries

Toyota Vehicles In Use For Humanitarian Aid

We are thrilled to have this relationship with TGS through which we can jointly partner with humanitarian organizations to help them manage their fleets – a mission critical component of their operations, said Chris Beck, President of Clements Worldwide.

TGS and Clements Worldwide offer an end-to-end fleet protection program to humanitarian aid organizations, including anti-theft and safety features, paired with optional driver training from TGS, and customized fleet insurance from Clements. The customized insurance is designed specifically for the challenging circumstances faced by aid workers from extreme weather to war and terrorism, and nascent infrastructure, such as roads and repair facilities.

“The need for humanitarian aid has never been greater – and this aid is often delivered through high-performance vehicles that can adjust to any terrain and withstand extreme circumstances,” stated Frederic Burgod, Sales Director of Toyota Gibraltar Services. “TGS was started in 1996 to address this need and, over the years, we have heard consistently from our customers a challenge in insuring these vehicles in the highest risk countries in the world.”

Clements has been providing bespoke fleet insurance solutions to large international non-governmental organizations and United Nations agencies for over 20 years. Clements offers among the top fleet insurance coverage with options for physical damage, excess liability, duty coverage, personal accident for employees and passengers, and claims management for self-ensured clients. Additionally, Clements provides political violence coverage in over 170 countries to cover damage caused by strikes, riots, malicious damage, sabotage, war, terrorism, or civil unrest – a danger which is omnipresent in today’s geo-political climate.

“We are thrilled to have this relationship with TGS through which we can jointly partner with humanitarian organizations to help them manage their fleets – a mission critical component of their operations,” said Chris Beck, President of Clements Worldwide. “Our goal is to work with these life-saving organizations to efficiently manage this expense line while putting the safety of staff and beneficiaries first. Aid organizations are encouraged to reach out to us for a free consultation where we can provide guidance on economic cost management.”

Clements and TGS began testing the partnership in 2013 and already have over 60 shared customers. The combination of TGS’s enduring commitment to building high-performance vehicles to address aid organization’s needs across climates and challenging situations with Clements’ global insurance expertise ensures peace of mind worldwide for TGS customers.

About Clements Worldwide
Clements Worldwide is a leading insurance provider for expatriates and international organizations. Founded in 1947, Clements offers international car, property, term life, health, specialty and high risk insurance in over 170 countries. With offices in Washington, D.C., London, and Dubai, Clements delivers comprehensive coverage, superior customer service, and unparalleled claims response. To learn more and quote online, visit

About Toyota Gibraltar Stockholdings
TGS was established in 1996 as Toyota’s official direct sales for the UN, GOs and NGOs with the objective to provide a one-stop shop support for fleet solutions, including vehicles, conversions and accessories, insurance, freight solutions, field training and more. TGS has supplied over 50,000 vehicles since it was established to over 100 countries worldwide.

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