September 1, 2021 - Survey Association announce establishment of new office and representation for Marine surveys and consultancy in the Baltic Countries – with base in Klaipeda, Lithuania.
Survey Association (SA) is an established part of the marine cluster in Denmark and Scandinavia, working with a diverse portfolio of clients within marine insurance and ship owning/management and has appointed Allan Skovlund Nielsen to head up its Hull & Machinery (H&M) services in the Baltic Countries.
The new Klaipeda office will support SA in Denmark on existing marine projects whilst looking to provide marine survey services and marine consultancy to clients across the Baltic countries, in order to strengthen the company’s services and local reach.
Allan Nielsen comes with a strong technical background incl. that of Technical Manager at MH Simonsen, Herning Shipping and Technical Director at Svithoid Tankers and he has been marine surveyor the last 6 years.
“I am looking forward to becoming a part of the Survey Association 1914 Ltd brand. We will work very hard to develop the brand in the Baltic Countries and by that help increasing the knowledge of and the use of all the highly qualified staff in SA and all the competencies SA holds.” Allan Nielsen said.
Henrik Uth, CEO Survey Association commented “We welcome Allan to our H&M team and with his strong background and valuable experience, he will effectively support our service delivery objectives to our clients locally and globally.”
For more information, please contact:
Henrik Uth, CEO, Survey Association: +45 30 35 29 50
Allan Skovlund Nielsen, General Manager, Baltic region: +370 655 56 919
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About Survey Association
Survey Association, which was established in 1914, is a leading global marine consulting company. Survey Association operates globally within marine, cargo and offshore on risk management and surveying. Surveyors at Survey Association are all trained mechanical engineers, master mariners and/or naval architects. Read more on www.surveyassociation.com