We’re shaping the industry’s future through the development of novel and innovative technology for the next generation of assets, while continuing to deliver solutions for our clients every day. Because, while we’re proud of our history, it’s creating tomorrow that drives us.
We’ll help you make the right decisions for your business, based on the world’s best technical knowledge and insight. Our services and capabilities are as broad as our reach, which extends across every ocean, major port and trading nation.
Whether you’re a designer, builder, owner, operator or innovator, equipment manufacturer, insurer or financier, you can call on our 8,000-strong team of skilled technical personnel for advice. We’re here for you today, and for the decades to come, just as we have been for over 250 years.
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We apply our expert solutions and independence to assure the integrity, reliability and success of every aspect of your operation. Helping maximise productivity and recovery, reduce operating costs, mitigate risk and demonstrate compliance with government regulations, industry codes and standards, many of which we have helped to develop.
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No call centre, no log-in – just the technical answers you need, when you need them. To serve you faster and better, we have created a global network of technical helpdesks, to answer questions on applying marine and offshore class and statutory requirements.
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We help businesses across dozens of sectors push forward and achieve like never before. How can we help you?
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