Titan Salvage Re-enlists Dennis Brand

Press Release
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Capt. Dennis Brand: Photo credit Crowley Maritime

Captain Dennis Brand to rejoin Titan, Crowley Maritime's marine salvage & wreck removal company, as director of global commercial operation.

As a member of the company’s senior management team, Captain Brand will help shape strategic, operational and commercial business initiatives particularly as they relate to emergency response, securing salvage and wreck removal work for Titan around the world.

“We welcome Captain Brand back to the Titan team and look forward to his leadership as we continue along our very exciting path of international expansion and growth especially within emergency response," said Habib. "In addition to his strong claims experience, Dennis also shares a passion for the salvage side of the business having served in varying capacities including Salvage Master on several large projects including Titan’s wreck removal of New Flame off the coast of Gibraltar.”

Prior to rejoining Titan, Brand spent four years in various management positions including managing director of the Association of Hanseatic Marine Underwriters (VHT – Verein Hanseatischer Transportversicherer e.V., Hamburg & Bremen, Germany), an independent intermediary that advises maritime insurers and insured parties.

Brand earned a certificate of proficiency as a ship mechanic and a diploma from the University of Applied Sciences in Bremen in nautical sciences and industrial engineering, shipping. He is also a management-leveled master mariner with no limitations.


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