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Braemar enters Panama

June 10 - Marine surveying and technical consultancy Braemar SA has opened a new office in Panama, which will be manned by staff surveyor Elonys Lopez.

"Panama has always been a strategically important location, and of course the expansion of the Panama Canal is set to change world trade patterns and open up the area to new markets," said Richard Gayton, regional director, Americas.

Lopez is a chief engineer with superintendency, class surveying and extensive marine casualty experience, as well as experience carrying out loss prevention assignments and project cargo warranty inspections.

 

Richard Gayton

 

www.braemarsa.com

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