Resolve Marine Group Adds Suhaili Ocean Tug to Fleet

Thursday, April 14, 2011
Photo courtesy Resolve Marine Group

Resolve Marine Group, a leading marine salvage and emergency response company with worldwide operations, has acquired the Tug Resolve Suhaili, 102 TBP.  Previously owned by ITC, the ocean towage and salvage tug is presently located in Freeport, Bahamas.

Damian Allan, Resolve Director of Business Development announced the acquisition, stating “Resolve Suhaili is a great asset for our fleet worldwide. She will complement and support our core activities in the areas of Salvage, Wreck Removal and Emergency Towage.”  As an OPA90 Salvage & Marine Firefighting primary resource provider, Resolve maintains Salvage and Emergency Response vessels and equipment in 16 operations bases in the U.S., as well as in Singapore, the U.K., Mumbai and Shanghai.
 
 

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