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Sadler & Company, Inc. Announces Specialized Nanotechnology Coverage For Small To Medium Manufacturers, Distributors and Importers

Columbia, SC (PRWEB) August 15, 2012

Sadler & Company, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of a specialized insurance program for small to medium manufacturers, distributors and importers of nanotechnology products.
Sadler & Company, Inc. is commited to providing product liability insurance to manufacturers, importers and distributors and is licensed in all 50 states. Sadler & Company, Inc's new nanotechnology coverage extends to general liability, products liability, products pollution legal liability and product recall liability. Also, with this specialized program is a broad array of risk management services. Services include up to two hours of

confidential consultation with a national law firm that specializes in nanotechnology. They can assist with contract language, product labeling, product warranties, development or review of nanotechnology risk management program, on-site loss control review to mitigate hazards of nanomaterials used in the manufacturing process or included in the product.
According to Lux Research, a consultant on emerging technologies, Nanotechnology business is expected to increase thirty fold. It is expected to increase from $100 billion in 2007 to $2.6 trillion in 2014. It is thought that, as much as 15% of all manufactured products will rely on some type of nanotechnology by 2014.


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