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- American Maritime Salvage & Casualty Response
- 27.06.2012 - 28.06.2012
- To be confirmed - NA
ACI is proud to announce its American Maritime Salvage & Casualty Response will be taking place on June 27th & 28th 2012 in New York, USA.
ACI welcomed a great wealth of companies to the 2nd Maritime Salvage & Casualty Response conference in London in 2012 and the inaugural version of the meeting in the United States, promises to be even bigger and better.
ACI will bring together even more of the key decision makers in the industry. As well as the Salvors, the ship owners, the P & I Clubs, the lawyers, and the regulatory bodies so that all of the relevant stakeholders are present. A number of companies and individuals have already expressed an interest in contributing including, John Noble (ISU), Mariflex, Brookes Bell, DNV, and Alpha Briggs.
- To be confirmed
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