We make accessing that expertise as straightforward as possible with instant access to our CV database and conflict checking procedure. Importantly, our scale means we can provide continuity of support throughout the most complex cases.
As well as the continuous training of our people, we innovate in making complex matters comprehensible through our pioneering use of ship simulation software in courtroom reconstruction. An example is BMT’s Rembrandt, which is the tool of choice for numerous European marine accident investigation bureaux.
Ad de Klerk
BMT share their experiences in salvaging a cargo worth several million Euros from the seabed in the Mediterranean.
Dennis de Bruin
Marine Director at BMT Surveys describes what surveyors can do to turn an apparent total loss of high quality fuel into the acceptance of a sound product.
Olivier van der Kruijs
Olivier van der Kruijs describes new processes that will lead to ship condition surveys being conducted more efficiently.
Incidents that occur which may be the cause of casualties involving the breaking and subsequent salvage of inland navigation barges.
Phil Thompson outlines the problem of liquefaction and discusses how better understanding of the problem has led to improved risk mitigation strategies.
Jeroen de Haas
The magnitude of insurance claims within the shipping industry is striking. The complexities involved place increasing pressure on surveyors to employ more sophisticated techniques determine the reasons behind an incident and ascertain liability.