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IFFCO TOKIO General Insurance Company
IFFCO-Tokio General Insurance (ITGI) was set up on 4th December 2000 in a joint venture between the Indian Farmers Fertilizer Co-operative (IFFCO) and its associate and Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Group, the largest listed insurance group in Japan.

This is the first company in India to support mega policies for a fertilizer and an automobile company. Besides dealing in conventional products, it has introduced many new products like Credit Insurance, Fine Arts Insurance, P & I Insurance, Errors & Omissions Policy for the IT Sector etc. At the same time it has steadfastly carried out its rural centric initiatives by launching products like Sankat Haran Bima Yojana, Mausam Bima Yojana, Mahila Suraksha Bima Yojana and Janata Bima Yojana for the masses.

ITGI has 51 ‘Strategic Business Units’ spread all over India and a wide network of over 110 offices.
Institution Info
Head Office IFFCO TOKIO General Insurance Co. Ltd.
IFFCO SADAN,
C-1, District Centre
Saket, New Delhi – 1
New Delhi - 110017
Delhi
India
Website http://www.itgi.co.in/
Customer Care Numbers Toll no. 1800-4256645
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