American Salvage Association News

Marine Salvage Saves Time, Money, Lives & the Environment

,’ it is a given that accidents do happen. When they do, having a qualified, competent marine salvage company around can be the difference between minor incident and major tragedy. For insights on the maturation and future of marine salvage sector, MR reached out to the leadership of the American Salvage Association (ASA) for answers.   What are the major missions, objectives and challenges ASA has on its top line agenda today.     Paul Hankins: As a relatively small trade association relative to other maritime organizations, the American Salvage Association tries to concentrate

Working Harbor Committee to Present Salvage Program

; the largest salvage operation in history.
 A panel of three salvage industry professionals will give a brief overview of the industry, describe their work as salvage masters in some hands-on projects, and answer questions. Panel members are: 

 •Paul Hankins, president of the American Salvage Association and VP, Salvage Operations, DonJon Marine; •Rik van Hemmen, President and Senior Partner, Martin, Ottaway, van Hemmen & Dolan, Inc., a naval architect and engineer who consults on salvage jobs; •John Gladsky, president of Gladsky Marine, an independent salvage company

Devon Grennan

Grennan to Head Global Diving & Salvage

Political Science from the University of Washington in 1995. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Seattle Chapter of the Propeller Club, Board of Directors for North Pacific Fishing Vessel Owners Association and the Spill Control Association of America. He has been involved with the American Salvage Association as well as the Marine Insurance Association of Seattle. gdiving.com  

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