BMT Restructures Marine Survey Businesses

MarineLink.com
Thursday, May 02, 2013

To better position itself in the market and meet customers’ needs of regional expertise accessible through local offices, BMT Group Ltd (BMT) has announced that marine surveying companies BMT De Beer and BMT Techmar became BMT Surveys on the May 1, 2013. 

This will help provide clarity and a more uniformed approach, whilst paving the way for future expansion both in Europe and further afield.

This name change will see BMT Techmar become BMT Surveys (Antwerp) with BMT De Beer becoming BMT Surveys (Rotterdam) supported by additional offices in Amsterdam, Harlingen, Delfzijl and Jakarta.  As well as this restructure, BMT Surveys has launched a dedicated Risk & Quality division to reflect an industry demand for loss prevention, audits and risk management.  BMT Surveys (Risk & Quality) B.V. will operate as a separate business unit based in Rotterdam and managed by Olivier van der Kruijs who has been working with BMT since 2007, developing industry-leading expertise and best practice.

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