Resolve Expands European Presence

MarineLink.com
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
John Curley, Commercial Director

Resolve Salvage & Fire (Europe), Ltd., the European emergency response subsidiary of U.S.- based Resolve Marine Group, Inc., has added a new office at 23, Austin Friars, London, expanding the company’s U.K. operations base. The 34-year-old marine salvage, emergency response and wreck removal company has been steadily expanding, both geographically and in its service offerings for the international maritime industry.

Joining the new London office is Daniel Dettor, a Commercial Manager formerly based at Resolve’s corporate headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Dettor joins John Curley, Commercial Director, who has been with Resolve’s U.K. operation since 2011 following a career as Head of Global Sales and Marketing with Lloyds Register. Dettor and Curley will continue to serve the company’s clients and the shipping industry at large in the U.K. and Europe. Specifically, they will continue to build on Resolve’s OPA 90 Salvage & Marine Firefighting (SMFF) and emergency response capabilities for European ship owners and insurers. Resolve maintains a fully equipped emergency response warehouse/operations base in the South of England and plans to broaden its response network with the addition of other key European locations. In addition to facilitating delivery of emergency response services, Curley and Dettor will promote marine salvage, wreck removal and a variety of other marine services to ship owners and operators, property underwriters, P&I Clubs and other shipping industry interests. Curley and Dettor will also continue to lend support to Resolve’s worldwide operations.

Resolve is a provider of OPA 90 Salvage & Marine Firefighting and emergency response services to the worldwide maritime industry -- including tanker and non-tank vessel fleets, cruise lines and other commercial shipping companies.

Resolve is also the parent company of Resolve Maritime Academy, a provider of maritime safety and navigation-related training – including ECDIS and other simulator based navigational safety programs such as bridge resource management (BRM) and engine room simulator (ERS) training.

Resolve Marine Group, Inc’s multi-faceted marine services organization provides marine salvage, wreck removal, emergency response and OPA 90 SMFF services as well as marine emergency response and safety training, naval architecture and marine engineering -- worldwide. Resolve provides these services through four subsidiary companies: Resolve Salvage & Fire (U.S., Europe, Asia and India); Resolve Marine Services; Resolve Maritime Academy, the maritime training subsidiary; and Resolve Engineering Group, LLC, the naval architecture and engineering group.

www.resolvemarine.com

 

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