Titan’s Singapore Salvage Facility Opens

Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Stephen Wood, Salvage Master; Phil Reed, Director of Salvage & Engineering; Todd Bush, Crowley Sr. VP and ISU's newly elected President; Amit Wahi, - Commercial Manager; Dan Schwall, Managing Director; Mark Hoddinott, Managing Director, Europe. (Photo courtesy Piet Sinke.)

Titan Salvage introduced more than 200 guests to its newest salvage response facility in western Singapore on Oct. 16. The reception celebrated the opening of the 45,000 sq ft, self-contained facility, which will serve as Titan's corporate office in the region.
 
The complex features a fully equipped workshop to service and repair Titan's extensive inventory of salvage equipment, a dedicated diving equipment workshop and specialized storage and equipment handling space. The new facility allows for expedited emergency response in the region in support of Titan's continued international operations.
 
Attendees included members of the local maritime community along with Titan Salvage associates, partners and well wishers from the Netherlands, UK, Taiwan, China, the Philippines, Korea, South Africa and the U.S. Several members of Titan's worldwide team were present including Dan Schwall, managing director; Phil Reed, director of salvage & engineering; Mark Hoddinott, managing director, Europe and newly elected International Salvage Union President Todd Busch who is also senior vice president and general manager of Titan's parent company, Crowley.
 
This new facility is located at 8 Tuas Avenue 12, Singapore 639029 and can be reached by telephone at: +65-63187828 (24 hours) or fax: +65-63187829.
 
(www.titansalvage.com)
 

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