Bridge Maritime

As marine experts with over 3 decades of experience, we know that the most important factor in preventing an incident from becoming a catastrophe is time. Getting the right people to the scene of the emergency, who can make the right decisions based on accurate information, can stop an accident from becoming a crisis – one that may have far-reaching social environmental and political impact.

At Bridge Maritime, we looked at the old salvage model, one that sees a strategically placed salvage team and a warehouse full of equipment, and realised that it had massive room for improvement. Accidents happen unexpectedly, and the people and machinery required is seldom where it needs to be for a swift and speedy reaction.

We saw that the opportunity for a more dynamic and responsive solution existed – and we rose to the challenge of creating a global model, aligning and streamlining our services for a comprehensive solution that can get there first, with the people and equipment required to drive practical and effective decision-making.

To ensure that we are able to get a team to the site of any emergency as fast as possible, we have developed an extensive network of local and global specialists who can accurately assess the situation and inform the best possible course of action. Once our rapid response team has stabilised the emergency, our experts can manage the crisis and establish the best way forward.

The keys to our success:

  • 3 decades of experience
  • A network of specialists covering a massive operational footprint
  • A wide range of equipment, from tugs and barges to cranes, pumps and more
  • A proud and dedicated culture of salvage and marine emergency response excellence
  • Unrivalled access to the market

Find out more about our specialist marine emergency response services here, and get in touch with us today.