Technical Due Diligence

LOC is an experienced provider of technical due diligence studies and services, supporting financial institutions and vessel owners in their analysis and technical-risk assessment when considering the acquisition of offshore assets, vessels, or fleets.

LOC’s extensive experience in marine and engineering consulting covers ship and offshore technical management, vessel design & naval architecture, offshore construction & transportation, marine operations & maintenance, as well as expertise in loss prevention, marine casualty management and associated litigation.

This broad experience enables LOC to bring to  client teams a unique technical perspective in assessing offshore assets, their associated risks or current exposures, thus supporting Hold or Exit strategies.

Technical Due Diligence Services:

  •  Pre-purchase vessel inspections
  • Pre-charter vessel inspections and off-hire vessel surveys
  •  Desktop reviews – vessels, fleets, offshore assets, ports
  •  Condition assessment inspections
  •  Tailored valuations of assets
  • Portfolio review and monitoring
  • Environmental Social Governance (ESG) review
  • Office audits / reviews

The services above can be used individually or as a package depending on the requirements of the specific case and the ultimate objective.

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Group Director - Marine Assurance & Risk/Master Mariners

Stavanger

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Global Director Hull & Machinery / Due Diligence & Advisory

London

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