Cargo consultancy

We attend over 4,000 cargo-related surveys each year, giving us industry-best insights into the causes and consequences of both, damage to cargo as well as damage caused by cargo.

Contact Details

Our Surveyors

Amsterdam:

+31 (0)20 610 7260

Antwerp:

+32 (0) 3664 0279

Geneva:

+41 22731 0892

Groningen:

+ 31 50 305 0081

London:

+44 (0) 207 101 2114

Melbourne:

+61 438 544 859

Rotterdam:

+31 (0) 10 479 0311

Each cargo has its own properties and reacts differently to contact with water, moisture, exposure to temperature, sunlight or gases emitted by other cargoes on board the vessel. For some other cargoes, such as containers and project cargo, the effect of the ship motions is relevant to cargo.

Our services include:

Involving all types of cargo, such as:

Solutions

Insights

James Roy

Learning Lessons in Engineering and Design

I began my career in naval architecture 23 years ago designing commercial vessels. In that environment design and engineering decisions on form, features and layout can invariably be made based on a balance of technical and commercial factors measured against construction cost, overall operability, revenue earning capability etc. In general, all these factors can be quantitative and finite.

Igor Prislin

Data Analytics for Machinery Health

Machinery typically have all kind of moving parts and particularly gears and bearings. All the parts are exposed to wear and tear; thus, they could fail if not maintained properly or replaced on time.

James McMahon

The Climate Service

BMT's Greg Fisk recently spoke with James McMahon, CEO of The Climate Service (TCS), a U.S based climate analytics company, about the uptake of climate considerations by the financial sector.

Alan Stokes

The Australian Coastal Councils Association

Alan Stokes in an Executive Director of the Australian Coastal Councils Association (ACCA). The ACCA is an organisation of coastal councils from all states around Australia which has been set up as an incorporated association with the role to represent the interests of coastal councils at a national level.

Greg Fisk

Defence Forces Preparing for Climate Change

It is increasingly recognised by defence forces around the world that climate change poses an increasing threat to peace and security in the world. Its impacts can undermine livelihoods, increase involuntary migration, and reduce the ability of states to provide security.

David Rissik

Coral rehabilitation and climate change

Climate change is happening around the world. Ocean heatwaves cause coral bleaching events which can occur at a large scale and result in massive die-off (bleaching) of corals.

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