Braemar (Incorporating The Salvage Association) expands its ports and harbours team

Inland Waterways, Ports & Terminals, Technical, Technology — By on December 11, 2015 at 11:01 PM
Kevin Constable

Kevin Constable

Kevin Constable has joined Braemar SA as Marine Manager (Europe), Ports and Harbours, based in its London office.  Kevin has 25 years of marine industry experience, including 16 years at sea on a variety of vessels, covering auxiliary vessels and ferries, and nine years as a senior pilot for ports, such as Felixstowe and Harwich, during which time he piloted some of the world’s largest cargo vessels.

He will be helping to develop Braemar’s Ports and Harbour consultancy services on aspects such as vessel manoeuvring, navigation and marine risk as well as offering expert opinion services to the insurance and legal markets on navigation, unsafe berth and unsafe port cases.

Tim Lewis, Director of Braemar SA’s Ports & Harbours department, said: “Kevin’s appointment enhances the services we offer to the marine industry and, following the recent appointment of Brian Armour in Singapore, continues the global expansion of Braemar SA’s Ports and Harbours team.  Kevin’s up-to-date experience of handling a wide range of vessels, including some of the world’s largest container vessels, will be of great benefit to our team.  We wish him every success in the role.”

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