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OPA 90 Provider Expands Services

SMQI Services, Inc., a provider of OPA 90 services, and subsidiary of the Scandinavian Marine Claims Office (SMCO), was scheduled to formally transfer its response services from Stamford, Conn., to Houston, Texas, on the first of July. Sigve Bru will lead SMQI's Texas operation, acting as the primary Quali- fied Individual for OPA 90 and MARPOL clients. The Houston team will be comprised of employees with backgrounds in emergency response management, ship handling, marine engineering, naval architecture, and U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) experience. SMCO Services, Inc. will remain in Stamford, continuing to provide federal, state andinteregulatory consulting and compliance services. For more information on SMCO Circle 84 on Reader Service Card




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