We have extensive experience with advising on all kinds of heavy lift and project cargoes: From reactors and pressure vessels for refineries and petrochemical plants, components for power generation and distribution (such as boilers, turbines, generators, transformers, etc.) to break bulk (i.e. boxes, crates, unpacked and skid-mounted units), rolling stock (such as locomotives, railway equipment, bulldozers, cranes) and floating equipment such as dredgers, barges and yachts.
As the nature and the composition of the cargo is more or less unique for each voyage, operational planning and coordination requires strict attention to ensure a proper execution of the work.
We are experts at finding answers and helping to mitigate future marine incidents.
We offer a broad range of surveys, audits and certifications to promote safety and operational efficiency.
We assist the international shipping industry with emergency response advice and action for an extensive range of serious incidents, 24/7 globally.
Our in-house network lets us offer engineering expertise from 23 offices spread over four continents.
Marine casualties can occur for several reasons. We can identify the root cause of marine and non-marine incidents and make recommendations to avoid future losses.
We work with 500+ global maritime experts providing our services 24/7.
We consult on global regulation, shared attitudes and ideas for maritime operations, including how we respond to incidents, vessel surveying, and cargo handling.
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