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    LOC boosts presence in Singapore

    Company News // November 8, 2016

    London Offshore Consultants (LOC) has boosted its presence in Singapore with two new appointments – Mark Board as Marine Consultant, and Dan Niklas Ahlgren as Naval Architect.

    Mr Board joined LOC Singapore as Marine Consultant in September 2016. He brings with him experience in bulk carriers, roll on–roll off vessels, FSO’s and container ships. He also has an extensive experience at all ranks on board oil tankers, spending the bulk of his 23 years at sea in Aframax carriers, and sailed as Master in product tankers. Since then, he has spent 18 years in shore management, and has led investigations on collisions, groundings, and worked closely with port authorities in oil spill response. He is well versed in vetting, ship inspection, Flag State issues as well as ISM, and ISPS. He trained auditor and Root Cause Analysis investigator.

    Mr Ahlgren joined LOC in September 2016 as a Naval Architect based in Singapore. Prior to joining LOC he worked for DNV GL (Noble Denton), where he was a consultant since 2007. To date, he has gained 19 years of experience, taking on various roles – as a naval architect, project manager/engineer, consultant and marine warranty surveyor – in the maritime and, oil and gas industry. He has been involved in a wide range of offshore and shipbuilding projects including new buildings and conversions. He also has significant consulting and engineering experience in heavy transportation and installations of various platforms and vessels. He has ship and construction yard work experience in concept development, engineering, design and production. He has also provided technical due diligence consultation and technical advisory work for various types of offshore and marine projects for financial institutions. Mr Ahlgren has an MSc in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Helsinki University of Technology.

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