Caribbean Loss Adjusters Adds New Marine Surveyor to Team
Bahamas, April 15, 2020 - International loss adjusting firm Caribbean Loss Adjusters has expanded adding a new Marine Surveyor to the broad Caribbean team.
Operating out of the Bahamas and Panama, and providing a full spectrum of claims handling services throughout the Caribbean region, Caribbean Loss Adjusters has gained a reputation with local insurers and reinsurance markets alike of providing high-quality, tailored and results-focused services to its clients.
Newly added to the team is Andrew Pike - Marine Surveyor.
Andrew is originally from the UK but relocated to the Bahamas in the mid 80s where he is a permanent resident, but has maintained strong ties to the UK. He holds a Bachelors of Engineering in Naval Architecture and Small Craft Design, from the University of Strathclyde and is a fully elected member of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects.
Andrew specialises in small craft and has extensive experience in insurance surveying, pre-purchase surveys and damage assessments. He consults on remediation work and project managing repairs and yard work.
Andrew has acquired BEng (Hons) Naval Architecture and Small Craft Design, is a Member of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects and Member of the American Yacht and Boat Council.
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