We can rely on a large track record of operations to assist ship owners and insurers as well as to collect evidence for future loss assessment and litigation purpose.
During our 100 years of experience, we have seen casualties such as groundings, flooding or even capsizes, collisions, major shifts of cargo or collapses of a container stow. At other times, the cargo itself is the cause of the casualty. For instance, problems with spontaneous combustion of cargo, liquefaction of mineral ores or incidents related to incorrect declaration of cargo weights in containers. There has also been a stream of casualties where fires have started in container loads of hazardous cargoes, some producing major damage to ship and cargo or, even worse, causing injury or death to the crew.
We provide expert advice to ship owners, operators and underwriters in all such cases.
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Cho Wutyi Thin
Wind energy is emerging as the most economical form of renewable energy with Levelised Cost of Electricity now at grid parity levels and below electricity from fossil fuel-powered plants.
How do operators of offshore assets become resilient and prevent against increasingly damaging extreme weather events?
Tropical storm preparedness for offshore and nearshore energy projects.
What should offshore assets monitor during extreme weather events? What types of data should asset managers want to see and why?
What does it mean for an offshore asset to be "Hurricane Ready"? What should asset managers consider when inspecting monitoring systems ahead of a hurricane season?
Building resilience during a La Niña weather pattern