Expatriate Group has introduced an online travel fulfilment and enrolment platform and updates its travel insurance policy for international customers.
The travel options include a winter sports package - covering ski equipment, piste closure and avalanche delays up to 300 euros as well as cover for business equipment, money and golf equipment.
Another change introduced is the introduction of "one way" cover, allowing people moving countries to have the ability to travel on the way.
Key to the policy is that the customer can choose whether they are repatriated to the original country or their destination country, Expatriate Group said.
Lee Gerry, director of Expatriate Group said: "These changes are not to only ones to benefit Expatriate Group customers.
"We implemented these policy changes at the same time we rolled out our new online travel fulfilment and enrolment platform. The new platform is a complete top-down redesign of the system.
"The new application process is far simpler now, ensuring our customers receive the product information required to help them make an informed decision on covering their insurance needs."
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