Braemar Adjusting agrees strategic partnership in South America

Marine Insurance, Mergers and Acquisitions — By on August 9, 2016 at 9:28 AM

Braemar Adjusting logoBraemar Adjusting is pleased to announce that it has agreed a strategic partnership with BeckettLiquidadores de Seguros S.A of Chile, to act as its local resource partner in a number of countries in South America.

Braemar Adjusting provides Loss Adjusting, Risk Assessment, Legal/Expert Witness and Dispute Resolution services to the Energy, Marine, Mining and Construction insurance industries, through its strategically-located global network of offices.

As a result of the arrangement, Beckett Liquidadores de Seguros S.A. will become an integral part of this network by representing Braemar Adjusting in Chile, Argentina, Peru and Bolivia.

This Strategic Alliance will allow Braemar Adjusting to enhance the quality of its broad spectrum of services provided in the Latin American region by strengthening its presence locally and assisting in the continuing delivery of the best possible product for its clients, taking advantage of the synergies created by the quality and depth of experience of both companies.

Braemar Adjusting is part of the Braemar Technical Services division, which is comprised of a number of technical businesses strengthened by their related synergies. This Group of companies is comprised of:

• Braemar Howells – Environmental services

• Braemar Engineering – Marine and LNG Engineering services

• Braemar Offshore – Offshore and engineering consultancy services

• Braemar (Incorporating The Salvage Association) – Marine surveys

· Braemar Adjusting (formally Steege) is recognised as a leading loss adjuster by the Energy Power and Marine insurance markets worldwide.

· The company has the required expertise and experience to handle both onshore and offshore, upstream and downstream operational and construction losses.

Braemar Adjusting specialises in the adjustment of insurance claims involving offshore platforms and production vessels, subsea infrastructure, onshore and offshore drilling units, control of well, refineries, petrochemical plants, gas plants, power (including renewables), mining, major infrastructure claims, together with associated business interruption losses.

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