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Braemar comes together

November 11 - Braemar Adjusting and Braemar SA are relocating their UK head offices to share new premises in London.

The companies will also welcome a team from sister company Cory Brothers to the new office.

All three companies are members of the Braemar Shipping Services Group and the move to share an office follows the successful co-location of Braemar companies in other key hubs including Singapore, Dubai and Houston.

Commenting jointly, Grant Smith, ceo of Braemar Adjusting and Nigel Clark, managing director of Braemar SA, said; "In addition to realising operational efficiencies the move will allow both Braemar Adjusting and Braemar SA to continue with the expansion both companies have enjoyed in recent years, while remaining close to our clients in the London market was of paramount importance."

www.braemarsa.com

www.braemaradjusting.com

www.corybrothers.com

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