Our maritime surveying business was established in 1913 with the formation of a technical survey company. Over the years, we have dealt with hundreds of thousands of enquiries and, today, we manage approximately 3,000 marine survey assignments per year. Over 1,000 of these are technical inspections for our hull and machinery customers.
We do this from five local survey offices in the Netherlands, Belgium and Singapore, with 45 dedicated marine surveyors and a further 300+ affiliate surveyors situated across the world. So, if you are looking for skilled marine surveyors who provide a proactive approach to servicing customers with competitive pricing, please get in touch.
We provide oral and written evidence in court and arbitration proceedings at all stages of the claims, dispute and litigation process.
We offer independent advice, including expert witness and forensic analysis to support disputes and litigation claims.
We accept appointments to act as court surveyors or as arbitrators for several jurisdictions.
In case of a mediation, we may also provide technical assistance.
By being a Nautical Affiliate partner of The Nautical Institute we are making an important and highly visible commitment to improving safety within the maritime industry. The MARS reports provide our surveyors with insights that can support our customers and can also lead to avoiding actions in similar situations.
We offer a broad range of surveys, audits, and certifications to promote safety and operational efficiency. We are certified by leading industry organisations like the Nautical Institute, the International Marine Contractors Association, or the 360 Quality Association. We report to accepted standards - so survey results and audits are comparable, always, and everywhere.
However, we can also set up and deliver reports that meet your needs. MATE© translates inspection results into intuitive reports and benchmarks, helping you improve vessel performance and mitigate risk.
IMCA’s CMID and MISW audits are the industry standard for due diligence and safety inspections for vessels working in the offshore and renewables industry. IMCA’s eCMID system provides a standardised format for vessel inspection, offering a safety management system ‘health check’ focusing on specific risk areas presented by the specialist vessel types operating in the market.