imar Insurance

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imar Insurance
Level 3, 700 Springvale Rd, Mulgrave, VIC, Australia   View map
1300 024 100
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Establishment year 1983
Employees 1-5


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Level 3, 700 Springvale Rd, Mulgrave, VIC, Australia
imar Insurance, a leading insurance provider of Australia is an expert in general business insurance, tradies insurance and builder insurance giving the best of premiums. You can get a free and no obligation quote by visiting the site at

imar (insurance markets and rewards) Pty Ltd is the marketing division and Authorised Representative of Instrat Insurance Brokers Pty Ltd who operates under an Australian Financial serviced License.
We have developed products designed specifically for your business, occupation or special interest, and you can feel secure in the knowledge that we have.
Many years of experience in the insurance industry and a thorough understanding of your requirements is what imar does. Our experts thoroughly understand your requirement or your business plan and suggest an insurance best suited to it offering the best of the premium.
We even help negotiate the competitive rates on your behalf so that you pay the minimum and get the maximum coverage.

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