This month we’re looking at our marine accident investigation work and the navigational analysis that goes on to establish exactly what happened and why, when things go wrong.
Brookes Bell has long held a reputation for being the ‘go to’ firm for casualty investigation.
Microbiological instability in soya beans
Brookes Bell is working with clients on an increasing number of claims arising from damage to soya beans shipped in bulk from South America to China.
Prolonged delays for vessels carrying Australian coal to China
Dr Martin Jonas, Director of Science UK and Dr Penelope Cooke, Managing Scientist have joined with the UK P&I Club for an article about the hazards faced and necessary precautions...
Brookes Bell investigates containership fires with TT Club
Brookes Bell’s fire investigating specialists have taken part in a series of webinars organised by the TT Club to examine this important and critical subject. The first webinar:...
Meet the team - Dominic Bell
Dominic Bell is a Master Mariner with command experience. He joined Brookes Bell in January 2020 from a position as Marine Manager with Seatruck Ferries Ltd. During his 19 years at...
Welcome to the second Brookes Bell newsletter for 2021. Last month was momentous for two reasons – the launch and official opening of our new industry-leading laboratory, which is...
3D Marine and Brookes Bell - planning for the future
On 18 January 2021, Brookes Bell announced the addition of the US based marine consultancy 3D Marine as part of the company’s global growth strategy. The move is part of Brookes...
Sign up for Brookes Bell webinars
Brookes Bell has launched its webinar programme for 2021, with the first webinar of the year being with Dr Martin Jonas, Director of Science UK talking about bulk cargo hazards...