VMAX invited to act as Moderator at the Dive Technology Summit in Fujairah, UAE Sept 27th 2021.
VMAX provided Salvage Consultancy services for general cargo vessel “MV Muzah” that had run aground in a remote location Jazirat Al Sawda, off the coast of Oman.
VMAX participated in an inspection and provided Salvage Consultancy for a 180m LOA product tanker, “MT Lousia” that had run aground on the breakwaters of Sharjah Port Entrance, UAE.
VMAX provided Salvage Master/Consultancy for the refloating on a 50m, 70 ton Bollard Pull Anchor Handling Tug “AHT Melody 5” that had run aground on the beaches of Umm Al Quwain, UAE. The tug was successfully refloated safely.
VMAX provided salvage consultancy to a 7000 GRT product tanker “MT IBA”, that had run aground on the beaches in Umm Al Quwain, UAE, due to a severe storm. The vessel was successfully refloated and towed to Dubai, UAE.
VMAX attended and provided Salvage Master/Consultancy for a Super Max Bulk Carrier “MV Evangelia M” aground for 4yrs in 4mtrs of water, off the Port of Kakinada, India. The vessel was successfully refloated
VMAX provided Salvage Consultancy, formulating a salvage/refloat plan and overseeing Naval Architecture Calculations and discharge sequence on the grounding of a 300m 6000 TEU Container ship with a buckled hull in Indonesian waters.
VMAX supported with Salvage Master/Consultancy for wreck removal operations in the Maldives. All visible wreck sections were removed successfully in a very eco-sensitive environment, protecting the eco-marine environment from damage.
Link (https://themagazine.maritime-executive.com/editions/2020/2020-05-sept-oct-brand/index.html) citation Page 31-32 SANCTIONS Lockdowns aren’t the only regulatory hurdle affecting salvage this year. The U.S. Treasury Department has increased its use of sanctions targeting shipping, particularly in pursuit of foreign policy objectives in Iran and Venezuela. In…
Our Managing Director Capt V Seva has been accepted as a Member of Lloyd’s Panel of SCR’s, This is a Milestone for Vmax-Marine.