Marine Engineering Consultancy LOC Appoint Chairman

MarineLink.com
Thursday, March 06, 2014
Robin Bidwell: Photo courtesy of LOC

Dr Robin Bidwell CBE has been appointed as LOC Group chairman informs the London-headquartered international marine and engineering consultancy and survey company.

LOC add that for 35 years, Dr Bidwell built and led Environmental Resources Management (ERM) the global environmental advisory firm employing more than 5000 employees in over 40 countries. He currently holds a number of non-executive appointments (private sector, public sector and charities) and was awarded a CBE in 1999 for services to the environment.

The consultancy sees Dr Bidwell's appointment as a further commitment to LOC’s global development. In particular, he will assist with expanding the company’s network of offices and the continued employment of local talent. This will enhance LOC’s ability to respond to complex customer demands and deliver greater efficiency and heightened customer service across the Group

On accepting his new challenge at an exciting time in LOC’s development, Dr Bidwell said:
“I have spent my life growing a global technical consultancy, with private equity for the last 10 years, and so my experience is hugely relevant to the building of a global consulting group. I am looking forward to working with the management to help deliver a successful future for LOC.”

Announcing the new appointment, LOC Group CEO, Andrew Squire said:
“As we continue to expand our capabilities and our market reach, particularly in emerging markets, we welcome the experience and guiding hand of Robin. He brings a wealth of expertise both in the technical services sector and in global business development and I am confident that his chairmanship will further assist LOC realise its development potential and growth ambitions.”



About LOC
Headquartered in London, the company operates more than 30 offices in 15 countries across Europe, Africa, Americas, Middle East, Asia and Australia; and employs over 400 staff.

Its core business is split into shipping and energy divisions. Shipping includes marine casualty work, accident investigation, claims, disputes & litigation and surveys. Energy work includes marine warranty surveys, loss prevention, inspections, audits as well as marine and transportation consultancy.

www.loc-group.com
 

Maritime Reporter March 2015 Digital Edition
FREE Maritime Reporter Subscription
Latest Maritime News    rss feeds

People & Company News

Largest Vessel to Call ICTSI, Rijeka

Adriatic Gate Container Terminal (AGCT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc.’s (ICTSI) container handling facility in the Port of Rijeka, Croatia,

MOL President Reports Slack Performance

MOL President, President, Koichi Muto reported that the performance of the company was slack. Presenting his report he stated:  I am sad to report that our business performance fell short,

Holland America Line Wins Sparkie Award

At a March 5 reception at the Seattle Waterfront Marriott, Holland America Line was presented with a Sparkie Award by the United Way of King County, Washington.

People in the News

Largest Vessel to Call ICTSI, Rijeka

Adriatic Gate Container Terminal (AGCT), International Container Terminal Services, Inc.’s (ICTSI) container handling facility in the Port of Rijeka, Croatia,

MOL President Reports Slack Performance

MOL President, President, Koichi Muto reported that the performance of the company was slack. Presenting his report he stated:  I am sad to report that our business performance fell short,

Holland America Line Wins Sparkie Award

At a March 5 reception at the Seattle Waterfront Marriott, Holland America Line was presented with a Sparkie Award by the United Way of King County, Washington.

Consulting

Focus on Environment at Suny Maritime College Anniversary

The State University of New York Maritime College’s 140th Anniversary Speaker Series presented a panel discussion on March 26 in the College’s Maritime Academic Center.

China Maritime Silk Road to Touch India for Namesake

Chinese officials on Saturday fleshed out some details for the country's ambitious 21st Century Maritime Silk Road (MSR) project in its “one belt, one road,” action plan.

Holland America Line Ships Score 100

On recent routine United States Public Health inspections (USPHI) conducted by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Holland America Line’s ms Statendam,

Surveyors

US Navy to Roll out Underwater Spy Satellites

The robotic series that remade crusade in skies will shortly extend to a low sea, with underwater view “satellites,” drone-launching pods on a sea building and unmanned ships sport submarines,

China Unveils Action Plan on Maritime Silk Road

China has unveiled the principles, framework, and cooperation priorities and mechanisms in its Maritime Silk Road initiative in a bid to enhance regional connectivity

TDDCL Seeks Input for New Repair Yard

Trinidad Dry Dock Company to develop new ship repair yard at Port of Spain; company requests Expressions of Interest for Environmental Impact Assessment and Geotechnical

 
 
Maritime Careers / Shipboard Positions Maritime Standards Naval Architecture Navigation Pipelines Salvage Ship Electronics Ship Repair Shipbuilding / Vessel Construction Sonar
rss | archive | history | articles | privacy | terms and conditions | contributors | top maritime news | about us | copyright | maritime magazines
maritime security news | shipbuilding news | maritime industry | shipping news | maritime reporting | workboats news | ship design | maritime business

Time taken: 0.1137 sec (9 req/sec)