Resolve Salvage & Fire Expands in Singapore

Monday, August 16, 2010
Ajay Prasad

Resolve Salvage & Fire (Asia), a division of United States based Resolve Marine Group, Inc., has expanded its presence in Singapore with the addition of Ajay Prasad, Operations and Technical Director. Prasad joins Resolve’s Managing Director- Singapore, Anuj Sahai, in the company’s Singapore office at #34-11 Centennial Towers, 3 Temasek Avenue, Singapore 039190. In addition to emergency and crisis response services, Resolve provides consulting services for operational and safety excellence to the international shipping and cruise industries, worldwide.

Resolve’s Singapore operation delivers a variety of services including: hands-on regional support for shipping interests in Asia; expert advice and counsel on the new United States Coast Guard’s OPA-90 requirements for all tanker vessels in U.S. waters; salvage matters; emergency crisis and response, and related training for shipping industry clients. Recently Resolve Salvage & Fire (Asia) managed the oil spill response for the Bunga kelanatiga following a collision in the Singapore Straits, utilizing Resolve’s Asia network of emergency response suppliers and resources.

Capt. Anuj Sahai, Managing Director of Resolve Salvage and Fire (Asia) Pte Ltd., is an industry veteran with more than 30 years of experience in international shipping. He has most recently been involved with an oil spill response in Singapore, and conducting Crisis Response, Risk Management and Human Factors Incident Investigation workshops for marine clients in Asia. He was previously Head, Risk and Human Factors Services with Lloyd’s Registers (MCS).

Capt. Ajay Prasad, Director,Operations & Technical at Resolve, has worked in the marine industry for 17 years. Previously, he was with the Eitzen Group as Marine- QE Superintendent, Chemical Tanker Operations Superintendent and most recently Senior Operations Manager (Commercial). Prasad’s focus has been operational safety reviews of chemical tankers transporting toxic and dangerous chemicals and providing expert advice to tanker masters for cargo related and other emergencies; he has led various investigations of serious marine casualties and been involved in major incident casualty responses.

  • Anuj Sahai (Photo courtesy Resolve Marine Group)

    Anuj Sahai (Photo courtesy Resolve Marine Group)

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