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Todd Duke, Resolve Alaska Manager and Dan Magone Alaska Director of operations featured in Alaska business journal
15 August 2018
Despite what many may think, the Alaska marine salvage industry's primary goal—outside of ensuring the safety of people—is to protect the environment.
It is with great pleasure that Resolve Marine Group, in coordination with the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) – Greek Super Section...
Resolve Marine Group hosts successful technical seminar in Athens Greece as covered by Marine Press.
7 May 2018
On Wednesday 25th of April 2018 at Yacht Club of Greece, Piraeus, a group of experts from Fort Lauderdale (USA), London (U.K.) and Piraeus (Greece) gathered to present...
16 April 2018
Resolve Marine Group and Navigators are two companies that have grown closer over time.
9 March 2018
Looking to establish strategic footholds around the globe and reinvesting its profits in cutting edge equipment and education Resolve Marine Group has achieved remarkable results that protect the environment and meet the requirements of the authorities in salvage and emergency
6 March 2018
Resolve Marine Group, a global leader in emergency response, salvage & wreck removal, and maritime training, is excited to attend the Connecticut Maritime Association Annual Shipping Conference and Exhibition in Stamford, Connecticut, March 12-14.
27 February 2018
Resolve Marine Group personnel completed the removal of the final vessel in Benner Bay Wednesday and placed it in the temporary staging area near Red Hook, St Thomas, USVI.
26 February 2018
How a ‘mom and pop shop’ became one of the world’s largest salvage companies and is swimming against the tide set by the big boys.
19 December 2017
Recovering What Was Lost in the U.S. Virgin Islands, One Boat at a Time
19 December 2017
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has announced that operations to mitigate damage caused by a nurdle spill in the Durban harbour will continue into 2018.