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Andrew Moore & Associates Pte Ltd
161, Lavender Street,
#02 – 01, Lavender Place,
Singapore – 338750

Tel: +(65) 6438 7891
Fax: +(65) 6293 9792

Contact the Singapore Office

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Yahya Alang Marine Surveyor
Website: Contact Yahya

Yahya’s  career spanned a life at sea as an Engineer from Cadet to Fourth Engineer before joining an established Petroleum Services Company in Singapore as a Bunker Quantity and Quality Surveyor.

After several successful years he was promoted to senior surveyor in this company, having carried out a wide variety of bunker related surveys including quality and dispute investigations, de-bunkering surveys and tank sampling surveys both locally and overseas.

Now with AMA for a number of years he continues in a similar role but is additionally highly involved with the Lloyd Agency department having successfully investigated and attended for many insurance claims of varying natures.

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Andin Budiarto (Budi) Marine Surveyor
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Budi started off his career as a Warrant Officer at the Civil Defense Force where he was responsible for hazardous material mitigation, supervising fire fighting operations, vetting the fire safety installations of various industrial buildings and imparting Emergency Response training to various industrial teams.

He then spent three years with a large Petroleum Services Company based in Singapore with over five hundred marine surveys conducted. His work included bunkering, de-bunkering, ship fuel tank and shore terminal tank sampling. He was also responsible for training in-house surveyors with hands on experience in respective field work.

Since joining Andrew Moore & Associates in Singapore, he has been involved in the day to day office activities of the bunkering operations department and attended onboard numerous vessels as an MPA qualified Bunker Surveyor carrying out numerous on-hire, bunker quantity and quality surveys onboard the vessels.


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Ieuan Ben Pawl Dolby (Ian) Marine Consultant, Engineer, BEng, CMarEng, MIMarEst
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Ieuan joined AMA in 2010 giving suitable and additional expertise to the Singapore Office and to AMA as a whole.

Prior to joining AMA, Ieuan gained extensive experience to the rank of Chief Engineer on a Research Vessel,  Bulk Carriers,  Seismic to Anchor Handlers. He has also spent time on tankers, ferries, LPG/LNG, bulk and general cargo ships, pipe layers and dive support vessels.

Ashore he served as the Head of the Engineering Department at the Tuvalu Maritime School (UK Volunteer Service Overseas),  Technical Adviser for in Sakhalin, Russia before returning to the UK as a Senior Technical Superintendent for a large UK based company.

Ieuan is an experienced new technology integrator for the maritime industry, an experienced ISPS and ISM auditor and system implementer and he been awarded  a Beng (Hns) Degree in Maritime Technology from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, a Diploma in Shipping Management from the Norwegian Maritime Academy and he has attended various other courses including Ice Management, High Voltage systems and ABB/Stadt specialist thruster drives.

Ieuan is also a Charted Engineer and a Member of the Institute of Marine Engineers.

Since his time with AMA, Ieuan has been the lead surveyor/consultant on a multitude of grounding and collision cases on behalf of P&I clubs and owners. He has conducted many risk analysis, condition surveys and pre-purchase inspections on chemical tankers, crane barges, bulk carriers, yachts and general cargo ships for owners, clubs and charterers alike and has been involved in many other types of claims which have utilized his heavy engineering background to investigate. He has also been involved in many project proposals and designs for new vessel types and equipment, been highly-involved with ore liquefaction issues and has been consulted frequently on adjustments for all manner of Hull and Machinery claims and investigations, some claims of which resulted in mediation to broker closure.

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Hosea Heng Consultant Engineer

Hosea, a qualified sea-going Chief Engineer, successfully completed a B. Eng (1st Class Hons) in ‘Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering’ at the University of Glasgow in 1996. He has accumulated a total of over 20 years experience in the marine engineering industry, undertaking a number of actively operational and highly responsible roles from junior to senior marine engineering officer, on board an extensive range of vessels such as bulk-carriers, car-carriers, container-ships, product-tankers, oil-tankers, passenger-ship including in the role of the Chief Engineer on board an East Malaysian floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) unit. Over the sea-going period, he gained extensive practical experience with different types of propulsion engines.


He lectured full-time at the Singapore Maritime Academy not only to the diploma-level, but also the mature advanced-level students, who were sea-going marine engineers themselves preparing for the challenging First and Second Class Certificate of Competency (Motor) examinations regulated by the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore. He has diligently taught a wide range of subjects, note-worthily: Marine Engineering Knowledge, Naval Architecture and Maritime Law.


Over the last few years, he has gained significant ‘hands-on’ experience with a wide range of Project Cargo warranty surveys in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, involving a wide range of vessels such as general cargo ship, tug and barge, to ensure compliance with Insurers’ requirements. Recent attendance included ‘Hull & Machinery’ cases that involved failure of Main Engine Gear Box / Power Take-off and Auxiliary Engine Connecting Rods / collision damage to machinery / cargo / accommodation spaces. Other work involved damage caused by extensive flooding. He has carried out investigations on numerous occasions with attendance for subsequent repair to machinery and related systems.  By drawing on his qualification of licensed Chief Engineer as well as trained Naval Architect, it has been his desire to be more actively engaged in ‘Hull & Machinery’ activities. Since joining AMA in Singapore Hosea has continued to be kept busy with a variety of such cases.

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Lin Hongyi (Jerry) Marine Surveyor
Home Phone: +65 90084716 Website: Contact Jerry Lin

Lin Hongyi (Jerry) is a Marine and Cargo Surveyor based in Singapore with Andrew Moore Associates (S) Pte Ltd, AQSIA China Accredited Senior Surveyor and MPA Singapore Licensed Bunker Surveyor.

He commenced his career in a well established Petroleum Services company in China as a Petroleum and Oil product Quantity/Quality Surveyor, and during his time with this company became an effective Chemical Engineer for the testing of various petroleum and chemical products in laboratory for various clients.

During his initial three-year period in the petroleum services industry, he quickly rose to the rank of Senior Surveyor having carried out various petroleum and oil product quantity/quality surveys and provided consulting service on oil blending. In the process he gained profound insight into the marine industry as a whole.

After his time in China and wishing to move further into the marine arena, he joined a well known Marine Consultancy & Surveying company based in Singapore as a Marine and Cargo Surveyor. During his time with this company he conducted a wide range of Marine and Cargo Surveys including such items as marine asset valuation, ship condition assessment, and cargo/container damages surveys, on the behalf of Sheriff, Singapore High Course, finance houses, banks, ship owners, ship charterers, etc.

Having joined Andrew Moore & Associates (Singapore) Pte Ltd in December 2012 and currently employed as a Marine and Cargo Surveyor, he is performing a variety of Bunker Quantity/Quality Surveys, Bunker Detective Survey and investigation of fuel oil quantity and quality issues onboard vessels and ashore, locally and Internationally. He is also attending to various insurance and damage investigations and surveys, many of which are as the representative of the Lloyd’s Agency in Singapore and P&I Club.

He furthermore, is responsible for the daily up-keep and adherence to the requirements for Andrew Moore and Associates to maintain the necessary accreditation for the company to conduct bunker surveys in Singapore as well as responsible for the internal audit and maintenance of the relevant ISO system.

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Guray Ozhan Marine Consultant

Prior to joining AMA Guray sailed as Master on tankers and other vessels including bulk carriers, general cargo, ro-ro / ro-pax and ferries. After coming ashore, Guray has spent 3 years in the role of DPA / CSO and also marine superintendent. He speaks his native Turkish and fluent English.

Since joining AMA Guray has worked for vessel owners and underwriters in consultations related to large scale cargo damages and, has been engaged in bunker quantity and quality related matters and verification among other things.

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Logan Rodricks Marine Consultant, Managing Director
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With his sea going career spanning over 15 years, Logan rose through the ranks from deck cadet to master on Crude, Product, Chemical and LPG tankers, and on Bulk, Container and PCTC’s vessels. The last five years of his sea-going career was as Chief Officer and Master on board Container and PCTC’s trading worldwide.

Whilst at sea he was involved in various dry dockings, attended at new buildings, implemented ISM and ISPS codes, oversaw Class and Flag State regulations as well as involvement with ISO 14001 and Risk Management. Having worked for various reputable charterers he has played an important role in pre-vetting inspections, NAV 9000 inspections and Safety & Quality Assurance programs.

Logan joined Andrew Moore & Associates in 2007 in India before relocating to Hong Kong and then Singapore. He has traveled extensively in the South East Asia region to investigate marine casualties and for various condition & cargo surveys, including high involvement with liquefaction and other loading issues. Logan established and subsequently developed the Singapore Lloyds Agency office within AMA Singapore in April 2009.

Under his leadership a robust bunker quantity and quality survey program was established for several major charterers in Singapore, and for which the Firm is now accredited by the ‘Singapore Accreditation Council’.

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