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Alliance Inspection Management Accepts Additional Strategic Partner

March 15, 2007

LONG BEACH, CA – Tokio Marine, part of the $32 billion Millea Holdings, Inc., has acquired a 15-percent interest in Alliance Inspection Management (AIM), a national, independent third-party inspection company. Founded in 1879, Tokio Marine and Nichido Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. provides insurance properties and is recognized as a global leader.Designed from its inception as an alliance, AIM accepted the investment as part of its cooperative strategy with major organizations in who have a vested interest in quality inspection services and who see strategic business leverage in the platform.
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