From our four offices in Scotland we area able to offer a fast response time with partners based near Glasgow International Airport, the main Scottish motorway network, on the Firth of Clyde and at Oban, the gateway to the Highlands and the West Coast ferry services.
|Our extensive knowledge of Scottish waters and repair facilities from the Borders to the Northern Isles gives us a head start when dealing with salvage operations and damage surveys.Our offices are strategically located allowing us fast and ready access to most of the Scottish coastline and Ireland. With an office close to Glasgow International Airport providing direct world wide flights, we are regularly appointed for casualties outwith the UK.
We offer a 24 hour fast response service to our clients. This is crucial in a stranding incident where prompt action is essential to minimise loss.
Our database of reliable salvage contacts around the Scottish mainland and island coastlines is invaluable to achieve a rapid emergency response where a major casualty is involved.
We carry out a detailed inspection of the damaged craft, providing a clear, concise and informative report with photographs; produce detailed damage repair specifications; and can when required oversee repairs to ensure effective quality and cost control.
The West Coast and Highland area is covered by the Oban office, located adjacent to the main West Coast ferry terminal which serves the Outer Hebrides and many of the inner isles.
The Clyde area, East Coast and Southern areas are in the capable hands of Jim Abernethy, who can be contacted at the Innellan or Langbank offices. Jim is based on the Firth of Clyde near the main Clyde repair facilities and is close to the motorway network and Glasgow International Airport.
Dennis Davidson in the Helensburgh office, concentrating mainly on the design and technical work, provides back-up as required.
We already count many major UK and European marine underwriters among our regular clients, and can tailor the service provided to suit your requirements.