Farming and Forestry

We have a team of technically qualified professionals, Agronomists and Forest Engineers experienced in managing and adjusting claims in the primary farming and forestry sectors, and in the primary transformation industry.

Main Areas of Action

1. Agriculture

  • Arable and woody crops
  • Greenhouses
  • Wine growing
  • Irrigation infrastructure
  • Seeds
  • Herbicides, pesticides, fertilizers and treatments

2. Food

  • De-greening
  • Distribution
  • Canning industry
  • Wineries
  • Transformation of all types of food, juice production, etc.

3. Forest masses of protective and productive forests

  • Wood losses
  • Lumber, hunting, pasture, etc.
  • Early felling for sacrifice
  • Positive externalities

4. Forest transformation

  • Sawmills and carpentry
  • Pulp and paper
  • Particle board
  • Cork
  • Biomass
  • Resins (turpentine and rosin)
  • Repopulations

Wide global coverage

  • Our experience in agronomy and forest holdings extends to Spain, Portugal and various Central and South American countries, on the occasion of major fires, floods, mass contaminations, and hurricanes.
  • Our own network of offices on the Iberian Peninsula and in America is complemented by those of the associates of VRS Adjusters in the rest of the world, allowing us to offer our clients a swift, effective, and comparable service in our expert interventions.

Some of the losses we have intervened in:

  • Seed losses

Damage to nurseries, contamination of crop seeds, sorting errors.

  • Agrifood industry claims

Affecting industries such as vegetable canning, juices and jams, fruit processing and preserves, meat, dairy, wine and alcohol production, industrial baking, special packaging, bulk loading stations, silos and smart silos, etc.

  • Fires and direct damage to forest and farm crops

In same-age productive forest masses and natural woodland, cork production estates, protected environments, LICs (Sites of Community Interest), ZEPAs (Special Bird Protection Zones), or zones of special interest for determined animal species.

In cereal, garlic, broccoli crops etc., and citrus, almond, olive and fruit orchards, grown in traditional systems and contexts, and in intensive and super-intensive, dry and irrigation farming, vineyards, etc.

  • Losses related to phytosanitary treatments

Attributable to errors in treatment application, synergies enhancing the active ingredients, incompatibilities, formulation errors and inadequate dosing, insufficient or excessive irrigation.

Specialty Management  >
Almudena Suárez
Manuel Torres