Solace Global Maritime, a provider of maritime security services, will be offering a free Threat Summary Map for visitors to their stand, Q33, at this year’s Sea Asia, Singapore an exhibition that runs from 9th-11th April 2013 at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Produced by the company’s intelligence cell, the A1 poster will detail key global incidents that have occurred in the first quarter of 2013 that may have an affect on super yachts at sea. Solace Global Maritime has a dedicated Superyacht division that provides bespoke solutions on board and on shore if
“While incidents of piracy in the Indian Ocean decreased dramatically in 2012 compared to the previous year, we have seen a global escalation in activity in the first quarter of 2013, with some attacks taking on a more violent nature,” says Stuart Barnett, Head of Intelligence at Solace Global Maritime.
“These violent and determined attacks in the Gulf of Guinea along with growing terrorist threats and civil tension across North and Sub-Saharan Africa continue to cause concern. We must be cognisant of the effect that global events have on maritime operations and maintaining awareness of these evolving threats is vital to business continuity. The Threat Summary Map is a simple visual tool to help keep industry informed. We will be taking advantage of our first show at Sea Asia to give these out free of charge.”
Since being established in 2009, Solace has been safeguarding the maritime industry and marine resources across the globe to become one of the world’s premier private security companies. The company provides a comprehensive portfolio of security services that protects assets, personnel and reputation from on-land close protection and in-country threat assessments to armed vessel security and static platform protection.
Leading the way in all aspects of compliance, licensing and industry guidelines, Solace ensures complete security and peace of mind for its clients.