TITAN Salvage’s New Facility in Singapore

Thursday, June 18, 2009

TITAN Salvage has enhanced its marine emergency response and wreck removal capabilities in the Far East with the consolidation of its Southeast Asia operating facilities in Singapore.

TITAN personnel in Singapore began moving into the new complex - a modern, self-contained 45,000 square foot site to the west of the city - last month. The new site offers ample warehouse, office and storage areas; provides better facilities for the storage, repair and maintenance of the extensive stock of specialized salvage equipment, and allows for more rapid emergency response in the region.

The new address is: 8 Tuas Avenue 12, Singapore 639029, and the 24-hour phone number is: +65-63187828.

TITAN has increased its personnel significantly through the redeployment of existing workers and the employment of Singapore nationals.

TITAN, a wholly owned Crowley subsidiary, is a worldwide salvage company based in Pompano Beach, Fla., that has performed over 350 salvage and wreck removal projects since 1980.

(www.titansalvage.com)

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