DDOR Osiguranje has once again reaffirmed its position as a key institution for the insurance of agricultural production, as well as all other elements of the entire agri-food supply chain, which includes production, processing, storage and distribution of agricultural and food products. It will present its insurance products at the 57th Conference of Agronomists and Farmers of Serbia, held in Zlatibor and organized by the Institute of Field and Vegetable Crops in Novi Sad. In addition to this event, the company will also participate in the 49th Symposium on Agricultural Engineering, organized by its long-time partner Cooperative Union of Serbia. All participants of both events will get a chance to find out more about different options for insuring crops and fruits, as well as livestock and agricultural machinery. They will also learn more about the digital platform DDOR TERRA, which is designed for quicker and more efficient reporting, assessment and settlement of claims related to insurance of crops and fruits.
Since the platform DDOR TERRA, developed in cooperation with BioSens Institute in Novi Sad, was launched in 2021, all DDOR policyholders have the possibility to report damage from their fields or orchards. At the same time, with the help of state-of-the-art satellite imagery of arable land, it is now possible to more accurately assess damage in the event of rainstorm, hail or windstorm. These processes will be explained in more detail to the participants of the Conference of Agronomists and Farmers of Serbia in a special presentation on February 1 at 12:30 pm.
DDOR TERRA application can be downloaded from the Google Play Store and is free for all DDOR policyholders whose policies cover their crops and fruits. This initiative reaffirms DDOR as a socially responsible company and a leader in the insurance of all members of the agri-food supply chain. We should also mention that the total amount of claims paid out by DDOR in the last five years exceeds RSD 3.9 billion.
DDOR Osiguranje is a founder and member of AgTech SuperCluster, which was established at the initiative of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce as part of the Serbia Innovates project. The company has supported this initiative because it recognizes the importance of digitalization in the agribusiness sector and wants to share its decades of experience in the insurance sector, as well as the best practices of its parent company Unipol Group.