Salvage & Special Casualty Representatives (SCR)

With over 40 years in the salvage industry, and involvement in some of the world’s largest and most complex marine casualties, LOC's team of Lloyd's-appointed Special Casualty Representatives (SCRs) located in China, Singapore and the USA, are able to rapidly respond and attend at salvage cases of any size, any type and worldwide.
LOC operates a 24/7 Marine Casualty Response service to ensure a rapid response rate to any marine casualty scenario in the world.

LOC’s SCRs have over 50 years’ experience in dealing with a variety of SCOPIC (Special Compensation P&I Club) cases and are ready to be deployed as and when the SCOPIC clause is incorporated and invoked on the Lloyd’s Open Form contract, so as to independently represent all salved interests for the overall interest of the salvage operation.

LOC’S SCR’s

Supported by in-house Naval Architects, Master Mariners, Marine Engineers, Civil Engineers, Structural Engineers and Geotechnical specialists, LOC is able to provide expert consulting from the moment a casualty occurs through to successful completion of the salvage operation. We work closely with the world’s leading salvage contractors, supporting them in carrying out the activities safely, efficiency and with minimal environmental impact, whilst helping to control costs.

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