BRAEMAR SEASCOPE STRENGTHENS ITS RESEARCH TEAM

For Immediate Release.
December 15, 2010.
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Leading global shipbroker Braemar Seascope Ltd has underlined its commitment to delivering top quality market data and analysis by welcoming a new Research Manager to its London-based research team.

Joining the research department is Mark Williams, a highly regarded economist and consultant.

Mark is a proven communicator and strategist and brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience of the shipping markets. He has been tasked with reorganising and boosting the capture, analysis and distribution of real time and forward-looking shipping market information to support the company’s chartering, newbuilding, sale and purchase and other shipbroking divisions.

Peter Malpas, Director of Research at Braemar Seascope, said: “Mark comes with a proven track record of delivering high level consultancy across the shipping industry in many different sectors and his finance background provides a dimension to complement our wide range of current expertise. His appointment further demonstrates our commitment to providing high quality, comprehensive research services to our clients.”

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For Further Information Please Contact:
Elaborate Communications:
Sean Moloney/Debra Munford
+44 (0) 1296 682356 smoloney@elabor8.co.uk

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Braemar Marine Merger Into Braemar Falconer

Braemar Shipping Services plc announced today the merger of subsidiary Braemar Marine into the existing survey and risk control operations of Braemar Falconer.

Braemar Marine was established in 2009 to provide marine surveying and adjusting services to the global maritime, transportation risk and insurance markets. Operations quickly expanded from their Atlanta base, through the maritime centres of London and Singapore, where a close relationship with Braemar Falconer has proved to be of benefit to both companies.

Quentin Soanes, Executive Director of BSS plc, said: “Over recent months, it has become increasingly apparent that bringing these two subsidiaries together will present significant opportunities to enhance the services of Braemar Marine in the Far East and assist Braemar Falconer with their development in Europe and the US, allowing the combined operations to offer their services on a global basis.”

Michael Chan, Managing Director of Braemar Falconer, said: “The resources of each company are complimentary; bringing Braemar Marine within Braemar Falconer will enhance the quality of service to Braemar Marine clients in Asia, while also extending Braemar Falconer’s capability in Europe and North America.”
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Notes to Editors
• Braemar Shipping Services Plc is a leading integrated provider of shipbroking and technical services.
• Braemar Falconer is a leading provider of specialised marine and offshore consultancy services.
www.braemarfalconer.com

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Braemar Shipping Services Plc Launches Braemar Marine

Braemar Shipping Services plc has launched a new subsidiary called Braemar Marine, which will provide diverse marine surveying and adjusting services to the global maritime, transportation risk and insurance markets.

Braemar Marine commenced operations on August 1st, 2009 from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and has established offices in Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Seattle and London to enhance existing group marine surveying and adjusting capabilities in Latin America, Australasia and the Far Fast. The operation is led by John Tirel, Executive Vice President, with the assistance of Chris Lunda, Vice President of Global Development. Both John and Chris are based in Atlanta. John Cole is Director of the London office.

“This is indeed a unique opportunity to deliver high quality services to the market, having learnt from many years of experience; to put clients first, listen to them and to ultimately produce the sound solutions they need,” said John Tirel.

“To achieve these goals and to ensure the objectives we have adhered to, Braemar Marine will only employ the highest calibre of surveyor and adjuster,” he added.

Braemar Marine‘s core services will be:
• Marine cargo surveys and adjustment
• Project cargo pre-shipment surveys
• Loss control management
• H & M surveys and adjustment
• P & I representation
• Third Party Claims Administration services
• Subrogation and Recovery

Nigel Carpenter, Chief Executive Officer of Braemar Marine and CEO of fellow Braemar Shipping Services Group company Braemar Steege, said: “Due to the similarity of services, Braemar Marine is a perfect fit with our other marine and energy operations. The Braemar Group’s desire is to provide clients with comprehensive quality services. Braemar Marine has been staffed by high class professionals with a wealth of experience and records of success in the marine sector”

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Prosafe And Wavespec Sign FMEA Management Contract

Prosafe Offshore Limited of Aberdeen and Wavespec Limited of Maldon have signed an agreement for Wavespec to oversee and manage the FMEA documentation for the dynamic positioning (DP) system on Prosafe’s semi-submersible accommodation rig Safe Concordia. This will ensure that this key element of the vessel’s documentation is kept relevant and In Class at all times.

Wavespec Ltd, a leading marine engineering consultancy and a member of the Braemar Shipping Services plc group of companies, has been developing this management service in discussion with a number of potential clients over the past months. It is aimed at ensuring that the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis document (which is required both by international regulations and by Classification Society rules) is regularly reviewed and maintained up-to-date, without imposing additional burdens upon the ship manager.

As well as the FMEA for the dynamic positioning system on such vessels, this service can also be applied to the FMEA documents for other on board systems, including cranes, ballast systems, diving spreads and drilling equipment.

Prosafe Offshore Limited is a subsidiary of Prosafe SE, the world’s leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation/service rigs. The company has a fleet of 11 semi-submersible accommodation rigs and one accommodation jack-up, and has extensive experience from global operations. Prosafe SE is headquartered in Larnaca, Cyprus, and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.

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GLOBAL EXPANSION IN BRAEMAR MARINE INC

For immediate release June 3rd, 2010
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Braemar Marine Inc, the marine claims and risk assessment specialist, has expanded its operations in both London and Singapore through the announcement of a series of key appointments.

Chris Lunda, former Vice President of Braemar Marine in the USA, will assume a new role in Singapore as Managing Director of Operations and Development for the Far East. Chris joined Braemar Marine in 2009 at its start up after a long and distinguished career in the US marine surveying sector. Chris’ wealth of knowledge and experience in the global market place will allow him to grow Braemar marine’s operation in the Far East.

Brian Cushing, recently with Braemar Falconer in London, joined Braemar Marine on 1st March to head up its European operations, working in conjunction with the company’s Far East, US and Brazilian offices. Brian brings a wealth of high level experience with him and is well known in the London and European markets. Also joining the UK operation in June is Allan Ashby, one of the market’s leading marine consultants with a wealth of international experience.

In a separate development, Braemar Marine has moved to new London offices in Jewry Street, EC3N 2ER where it will focus its UK and European operations from.

Commenting on the appointments, John Tirel, COO of Braemar Marine Inc, said: “It is a great pleasure to be able to work with highly competent professionals and grow Braemar Marine into the world’s leading marine surveying operation”.

Braemar Marine is also pleased to advise additions to its staff in the USA. Capt. David Ryan joined the team in Seattle in February 2010. David brings 24 years of sea-going experience up to command and surveying positions. David has in-depth experience in Hull & Machinery and salvage operations as a SCOPIC SCR, project cargo warranty, towage, and voyage warranty surveys, shipyards risk assessment, lay ups and reactivation.

The team is further complimented by Chris Jenkins who has joined the company’s Atlanta Head Office. Chris brings over nine years of marine claims experience to Braemar Marine. He has most recently been working on major client assignments in Haiti providing much needed local investigation and reporting. Chris has extensive experience in cargo claims working for both large insurers and TPA firms handling accounts for large domestic and international clients. He holds a BBA in Risk Management & Insurance and Associate in Marine Insurance Management designation (AMIM).

Nigel Carpenter, CEO based in London, said “Building a global marine surveying business demands investment in the best people; these appointments demonstrate the Group’s commitment to such investment.”
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For Further Information, Please Contact:
Braemar Marine London, Brian Cushing
Braemar Marine Atlanta, John Tirel
Braemar Marine Singapore, Chris Lunda Tel +44 (0) 20 7265 1818
Tel +1 770 392 8871
Tel +65 6222 9282
Elaborate Communications, Sean Moloney Tel +44 (0) 1296 682356

Notes To Editors:

• Braemar Marine is part of the Braemar Shipping Services Group.

• Braemar Shipping Services plc is a leading integrated provider of broking and consultancy services to the shipping industry.

• Braemar Marine provides marine surveying and loss adjusting and other expert services to the marine other industrial sectors.
www.braemarmarine.com

Braemar Shipping Services issues Interim Management Statement

BRAEMAR SHIPPING SERVICES PLC

(“Braemar” or “the Group”) 

15 January 2010
Interim Management Statement

 Braemar Shipping Services plc is today issuing its Interim Management Statement in relation to the period since the six months ending 31 August 2009. 

Business Update
The Group has benefited from a dry bulk market which has been stronger than many expected during much of 2009, particularly in the latter part of the year. This has mainly been due to the continuing high demand from China, and to a lesser extent India, for the import of raw material which has been sufficient to absorb the arrival of new tonnage and for the return of port congestion.  Braemar has also benefited from a good level of sale and purchase activity and demolition broking remains extremely active as the scrapping of older ships, particularly in the container and tanker sectors, continues to grow. For much of 2009 the tanker market rates have been weak due to lower global industrial energy demand and the impact of newbuilding deliveries. But there has been some improvement in rates in recent months and the Group’s transaction numbers remain strong. Additionally, Braemar’s specialised tanker team has won some important new business in recent weeks and the Group is growing its presence in the wet FFA (Forward Freight Agreement) market. 

The established Technical, Logistics and Environmental divisions are all performing in line with expectations. 

The Group’s activities are strongly aligned with world trade – a key driver of shipping – which alongside most large economies has been improving over the past six months.  The prospects for the Group are positive while this recovery continues.

For further information, contact:

 

Braemar Shipping Services plc

 

     Alan Marsh Tel +44 (0) 20 7535 2650
     James Kidwell Tel +44 (0) 20 7535 2881

 

Pelham

 

     Damian Beeley

Zoe Pocock

Tel +44 (0) 20 7337 1508

Tel +44 (0) 20 7337 1532

 

Elaborate Communications

 

     Sean Moloney Tel +44 (0) 1296 682356

 

Charles Stanley Securities

 

     Philip Davies Tel +44 (0) 20 7149 6457

 

 
Notes to Editors 
 
Braemar Shipping Services plc is a leading international provider of broking, consultancy, technical and other services to the shipping, marine and energy industries.
 

Braemar is listed on the Official List of the London Stock Exchange in the Industrial Transportation sector.

 

Recent Acquisitions

2008 – Braemar Steege, a specialist loss adjuster to the oil and gas industry.

2007 – Braemar Falconer, provides specialised marine and offshore services. Fred. Olsen Freight, freight forwarding and liner agency.

 
Principal businesses:
 

The Group is divided into four businesses:  Shipbroking, Technical, Logistics, and Environmental. This growth has been both organic and by acquisition.

 

Shipbroking

Braemar Seascope provides specialised shipbroking and consultancy services to international clients. The services include: chartering tankers (including gas, chemicals and LNG), dry cargo, containers, offshore vessels, second hand sale and purchase, newbuilding, demolition, and research. It has offices in the UK, China, Australia, India, Singapore and Italy.

www.braemarplc.com

 

Technical

Braemar Steege provides specialist loss adjusting and other expert services to the energy (oil and gas), marine, power and other related industrial sectors. It has offices in London, Houston, Miami, Singapore, Calgary and Mexico City.

www.braemarsteege.com

 

Braemar Falconer provides specialised surveying and engineering services to the marine and offshore sectors. It has offices at the following locations: Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam and the UK.

www.braemarfalconer.com

 

Wavespec provides marine engineering, newbuilding supervision and naval architecture services on a consultancy basis to the shipping and offshore markets.

www.wavespec.com

 

Logistics

Cory Brothers Shipping Agency provides port agency, freight forwarding and logistics services within the UK and Singapore.

www.cory.co.uk
 

Environmental

Braemar Howells provides pollution response and advisory services, primarily in the UK for marine, tank storage and rail operations and is now developing an international presence.

www.braemarhowells.com

Non-executive team sets tone for future strategy (Tradewinds Jan 8)

 At least some of the credit for Braemar’s strategy must presumably be given to its board of directors and, in particular, its non-executive directors, a breed in general more often ridiculed than praised.

In addition to the company’s four-strong team of executive directors led by the irrepressible Alan Marsh, it has four non-executives, three of whom have significant experience of setting long-term business strategies in the maritime and energy markets.

Heading up the group is Sir Graham Hearne, who has been a director since 1999 and since 2002 also chairman.

Formerly chairman of Enterprise Oil, he ranks as one of the most experienced oil industry executives in the UK.

He is supported by Lloyd’s Register chairman David Moorhouse, who brings experience of his successful years in the offshore markets with John Brown, Trafalgar House and Kvaerner.

Also a director is John Denholm, the private UK shipowner, whose family controls extensive industrial, transport and defence businesses.

The fourth is former senior KPMG partner Richard Agutter, who is the senior non-executive director.

Despite being hit very hard when markets collapsed last year, Braemar’s shares performed well in 2009. They closed the year at 425 pence, just off their recent highs, but still up nearly 65% on the year, valuing the firm at just under £90m.

It is a performance that should have kept its institutional shareholders, which include Majedie, AXA, Legal & General, JP Morgan and Barclays, content.

But of course, as they say in the City, who cares about what happened yesterday? The pressure will be on Braemar to demonstrate it can perform tomorrow.

 By Julian Bray London

Braving the public markets (Tradewinds Jan 8)

 

A London-listed broker has been developing new ‘practical’ revenue streams to keep investor confidence high.  

In the eyes of public stock markets how do you solve a problem like shipbroking?

That might sound like a corny line from an old musical but it goes to the heart of a key issue facing some of the world’s biggest and most influential brokers, several of which are based in London.

Bumper profits made by brokers in the good times are absolutely no problem at all. Even mundane earnings when markets are flat are still acceptable. Cash revenues are always welcome, whether a broking shop is publicly owned or privately held.

The problems come when volatile commission-based income streams run nearly dry when markets crash, with little steadier fee income to soften the blow. That has been the risk in the past year.

For privately owned outfits, the issue is frustrating but manageable: staff can be laid off, costs cut and belts tightened all round.

But for public, stock market-quoted companies, the intense cyclicality of shipping risks eroding hard-won investor confidence, share values and, ultimately, company stability.

So how are London’s major shipbrokers facing up to ever more intense scrutiny from investors looking for steady, long-term earnings growth? Both the market’s two biggest players, Clarksons and Braemar Shipping Services, have nailed their future, perhaps inevitably, to a commitment to growth outside their core shipbroking businesses.

Clarksons – arguably still the biggest beast in the market – is putting its resources into developing an investment and financial services division.

Its board, several of whom are former investment bankers rather than brokers, hopes the strategy will earn significant fee income from financial advisory services.

It is a strategy that fits with peddling an image of shipbroking as just a heartbeat away from the well-padded world of investment banking.

But as the past 18 months have shown, when markets crash and liquidity dries up, so does the appetite for mergers, acquisitions and initial public offerings (IPOs).

Braemar, on the other hand, has quietly taken another route entirely. It has taken a more pragmatic and perhaps less immediately glamorous diversification strategy to focus on other practical – rather than financial – service sectors of the industry.

So much so, its corporate brochure bears the legend “Shipbroking + Technical + Environmental + Logistics” superimposed on the obligatory picture of dolphins frolicking ahead of the bow of a ship.

And so far, the North London-based company appears satisfied with steady results from the strategy.

Quentin Soanes, the Braemar director and broker who heads two of the group’s growing subsidiaries, says the strategy should not be labelled “diversification” but the development of new revenue streams.

Speaking to TradeWinds recently just before heading to Singapore for a management meeting, he says the strategy is fundamental to Braemar’s growth as a publicly listed company (PLC).

Shipbroking is – and clearly will remain – a key core part of Braemar’s business. However, shipping’s relatively small scale in global terms means broking alone simply cannot promise the long-term revenue growth on a scale sufficient to propel Braemar forward as a PLC, he argues.

Soanes, one of Braemar’s four executive directors, foresees in the long-term future that Braemar could be made of four or five complementary businesses, each the size of the shipbroking division.

Already the group’s non-broking activities make up more than one-third of operating profits.

In the half year to the end of August 2009, Braemar made pre-tax profits of £7m on revenues of £57.1m, down from £9.8m on revenue of £69.1m in the same period a year earlier.

But the headline figures only tell half the story. Delve a little deeper into Braemar’s accounts and you find that its non-broking operations helped a little to insulate the group’s results from a sharp fall in shipbroking profits during the slump in shipping markets.

Broking profits fell to £5.5m in the six months to the end of August from £8.9m a year earlier, while its logistics division for example lifted profit to £993,000 from £213,000 over the same period.

Like all other London firms, the overall figures were flattered by the boost provided by the weakness of sterling.

Among the businesses that Braemar has invested in are consultancy, insurance, environmental and technical services.

Soanes says the expansion strategy is driven by looking for complementary connections to its existing businesses.

Braemar group finance director James Kidwell adds that the group respects the divisions between its subsidiaries and does not “cross-sell”.

He says some clients could be “a bit spooked” if they were approached on that basis. However, where clients might benefit from synergies between different Braemar operations “they would be there to help”, he adds.

Offshore engineering consultancy Falconer Bryan was acquired in July 2007 and since renamed Braemar Falconer. Although it has won new contracts in China and Vietnam, the economic downturn has put pressure on chargeable rates for its rig consultancy rates.

Loss adjuster Steege Kingston was bought more recently in March 2008. Now branded Braemar Steege, it has been performing “in line with expectations”. A quiet hurricane season in the Gulf of Mexico was offset by new business from Latin America and Singapore.

Linking with these operations is Braemar Marine, a recently launched marine surveying and adjusting concern for the hull, cargo and protection-and-indemnity (P&I) insurance market.

Denis Petropoulos, a Braemar executive director, adds that the involvement in the offshore sector through these two operations had provided some counter-cyclical insulation from the shipping downturn over the past year.

Further expansion has been generated at Braemar Howells, the group’s oil-spill response and environmental operation, and Cory Logistics, Braemar’s forwarding and ship’s agency business.

Of course, historically, shipbrokers have not proved to be the best owners and managers of non-broking operations.

There have been a number of much-trumpeted acquisitions that have slumped into losses, only to be shut down or sold.

Braemar’s executive team appears aware of the potential pitfalls and appear not to be seeking “trophy” acquisitions.

Soanes says the recent acquisitions are now settling in and will soon be able to generate their own organic growth using their own resources.

The fee-based revenues of its new consulting and service operations offer a good counterbalance to the commission-driven broker earnings.

However, both Soanes and Kidwell admit that the consultancies are not comparable with broking, which when successful generates far higher margins.

That is why Braemar says its expansion will not be at the expense of its central shipbroking team, headquartered in its iconic Conway Street offices.

Petropoulos says it will continue to invest in new talent. And with 50 brokers under the age of 30 in its London head office alone, Braemar’s confidence in its future is clear. 

By Julian Bray London

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Braemar Shipping launches marine adjusting subsidiary (Post Online)

The subsidiary will be a sister company to UK adjusting firm Braemar Steege.

Loss adjuster Braemar Steege’s parent company, Braemar Shipping Services, has launched a new subsidiary called Braemar Marine, which will provide diverse marine surveying and adjusting services to the global maritime, transportation risk and insurance markets.

Braemar Marine commenced operations on 1 August 2009 from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and has established offices in Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Seattle and London to enhance existing group marine surveying and adjusting capabilities in Latin America, Australasia and the Far Fast.

The operation is led by John Tirel, executive vice president, with the assistance of Chris Lunda, vice president of global development. Both are based in Atlanta. John Cole is director of the London office.

“This is indeed a unique opportunity to deliver high quality services to the market, having learnt from many years of experience; to put clients first, listen to them and to ultimately produce the sound solutions they need,” said Mr Tirel.

“To achieve these goals and to ensure the objectives we have adhered to, Braemar Marine will only employ the highest calibre of surveyor and adjuster,” he added.

Braemar Marine’s core services will be:

  • Marine cargo surveys and adjustment
  • Project cargo pre‐shipment surveys
  • Loss control management
  • H & M surveys and adjustment
  • P & I representation
  • Third Party Claims Administration services
  • Subrogation and Recovery

Nigel Carpenter, chief executive officer of Braemar Marine and CEO of fellow Braemar Shipping Services Group company Braemar Steege, said: “Due to the similarity of services, Braemar Marine is a perfect fit with our other marine and energy operations. The Braemar Group’s desire is to provide clients with comprehensive quality services. Braemar Marine has been staffed by high class professionals with a wealth of experience and records of success in the marine sector”

New Braemar subsidiary targets project cargoes (Heavy Lift Aug 24)

Project cargo pre-shipment surveys will be a core service provided by Braemar Marine, a new subsidiary launched by Braemar Shipping Services.

Braemar Marine, which commenced operations on August 1st, will provide diverse marine surveying and adjusting services to the global maritime, transportation risk and insurance markets, from its headquarters in Atlanta, USA.

The company has also established offices in Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Seattle and London to enhance existing group marine surveying and adjusting capabilities in Latin America, Australasia and the Far Fast.

The operation is led by John Tirel, executive vice president, with the assistance of Chris Lunda, vice president of Global Development. Both John and Chris are based in Atlanta.

In addition to project cargo pre-shipment surveys Braemar Marine’s core services will be: Marine cargo surveys and adjustment; Loss control management; H & M surveys and adjustment; P & I representation; Third Party Claims Administration services; Subrogation and Recovery.

Nigel Carpenter, chief executive officer of Braemar Marine and CEO of fellow Braemar Shipping Services Group company Braemar Steege, said: “Due to the similarity of services, Braemar Marine is a perfect fit with our other marine and energy operations.

New Subsidiary: Braemar Marine (Shiff & Hafen, Sept 3)

 

New subsidiary: Braemar Marine

  Braemar Shipping Services plc has launched a new subsidiary called Braemar Marine, which will provide diverse marine surveying and adjusting services to the global maritime, transportation risk and insurance markets.
Braemar Marine commenced operations on August 1st, 2009 from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and has established offices in Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Seattle and London to enhance existing group marine surveying and adjusting capabilities in Latin America, Australia and the Far East. The operation is led by John Tirel, Executive Vice President, with the assistance of Chris Lunda, Vice President of Global Development. Both John and Chris are based in Atlanta. John Cole is Director of the London office.Braemar Marine’s core services will be:

  • Marine cargo surveys and adjustment
  • Project cargo pre-shipment surveys
  • Loss control management
  • H & M surveys and adjustment
  • P & I representation
  • Third Party Claims Administration services

•  Subrogation and Recovery 

BRAEMAR SHIPPING SERVICES PLC LAUNCHES BRAEMAR MARINE

Braemar Shipping Services plc has launched a new subsidiary called Braemar Marine, which will provide diverse marine surveying and adjusting services to the global maritime, transportation risk and insurance markets. 

Braemar Marine commenced operations on August 1st, 2009 from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and has established offices in Los Angeles, Houston, Miami, Seattle and London to enhance existing group marine surveying and adjusting capabilities in Latin America, Australasia and the Far Fast. The operation is led by John Tirel, Executive Vice President, with the assistance of Chris Lunda, Vice President of Global Development. Both John and Chris are based in Atlanta. John Cole is Director of the London office. 

“This is indeed a unique opportunity to deliver high quality services to the market, having learnt from many years of experience; to put clients first, listen to them and to ultimately produce the sound solutions they need,” said John Tirel. 

“To achieve these goals and to ensure the objectives we have adhered to, Braemar Marine will only employ the highest calibre of surveyor and adjuster,” he added. 

Braemar Marine’s core services will be:

  • Marine cargo surveys and adjustment
  • Project cargo pre-shipment surveys
  • Loss control management
  • H & M surveys and adjustment
  • P & I representation
  • Third Party Claims Administration services
  • Subrogation and Recovery

 Nigel Carpenter, Chief Executive Officer of Braemar Marine and CEO of fellow Braemar Shipping Services Group company Braemar Steege, said: “Due to the similarity of services, Braemar Marine is a perfect fit with our other marine and energy operations. The Braemar Group’s desire is to provide clients with comprehensive quality services. Braemar Marine has been staffed by high class professionals with a wealth of experience and records of success in the marine sector”

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For more information please contact:                       

John Tirel:    Tel +1 770 392 8870; Mobile +1 678 662 2929; Email john.tirel@braemarmarine.com

Chris Lunda:  Tel +1 770 392 8873; Mobile +1678 662 2520; Email chris.lunda@braemarmarine.com 

Nigel Carpenter:  Tel +44 (0)207 265 1566; Mobile  +44 (0)7785 541 235; Email nigel.carpenter@braemarsteege.com

John Cole:  Tel +44 (0)207 265 1818; Mobile +44 (0)750 083 9171; Email john.cole@braemarmarine.com 

Elaborate Communications:
Sean Moloney/Debbie Munford:      Tel +44 (0) 1296 682124; Mobile +44 (0)7711142439; Email: smoloney@elabor8.co.uk

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