From sampling and analysis to drawing up product specifications and bunkering procedures
Contamination of liquid cargoes – such as fuels and chemicals – can potentially lead to a substantial financial exposure. Thorough and detailed investigation is required. Taking samples from every stage in the transport chain is of paramount importance. As is testing by certified laboratories in strict accordance with the test methods laid down in contract specifications. And the needs of the market don’t stop there. Loss mitigation, e.g. by means of blending, reconditioning or selling through alternative trade routes is equally important.
What clients need is guidance by science, backed up by industry specific experience
- through a global network of industry recognised experts in the area of fuels and liquid cargoes
- providing the full range of surveying and consultancy services
- in accordance with industry standards, government regulations and agreed specifications
Van Ameyde Marine’s global team of experts and trusted contractors assist clients with anything from sampling, analysis and fuel treatment to drawing up product specifications and bunkering procedures.