Please read more about each of our specialist services below (in alphabetical order).
Once the respective topic has been selected, we will connect you directly to our expert in the field.
From fuel testing to acting as expert witness or arbitrator, we provide specialist independent advice for claims and disputes related to the quality of marine fuels.
We use BMT REMBRANDT to simulate and reconstruct collision incidents and support expert reporting. Our specialist teams are experienced in the complexities of collision investigation, both on-site, on board and in the post-incident review of collected data and information.
Our track record in forensic investigation and the provision of independent advice for loss-prevention and claim / litigation procedures in container collapse cases is outstanding.
We bring our engineering experience to a wide range of non-marine technical machinery and rolling stock and similar land-based equipment.
We are independent forensic investigators conducting fire- and explosion-investigations in, amongst others, buildings, vehicles, ships, business and industrial complexes.
We have the in-house expertise from world leading experts in this field, holding the Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor certificate to provide advice and attendance on site on short notice.
Our specialists understand the specific challenges of heavy lift shipping, often involving the sea transportation of extremely heavy, voluminous and valuable loads, requiring special care and preparation.
We have been serving the inland navigation market for more than 100 years, building up extensive knowledge of this industry and all relevant vessel types.
Our eCMID accredited specialists deliver expert surveys on all vessel types in the Renewables & Offshore industry.
Our tanker experts have extensive practical experience on board seagoing vessels and at storage terminals which they use to investigate claims for the international oil, gas and chemicals industry.
With BMT SMART and BMT MATE© we have two powerful solutions in-house that help to manage vessel performance and mitigate risk.
Our dedicated team includes experienced salvage masters from the Dutch salvage industry with Lloyds SCR (Special Casualty Representative) accreditation.
Our experience stretches from small leisure craft surveys to our leading superyacht naval architecture and engineering business.
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