Our network

Our international network of surveyors is based at main ports all over the world, contributing their local knowledge and forming a community of experts that have you covered wherever your business takes you.

Expertise on location

Over the past decades, we have expanded our global network of surveyors based on a close collaboration with local colleagues and delivery of high-end quality service. All our network offices employ qualified marine surveyors with long-standing experience in overall marine surveying industry.

We and our partner surveyors are active in Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canary Islands (covering North Africa), Chili, China, Croatia, Estonia, France, Germany, India, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Switzerland, Thailand, Ukraine, South Africa and Sri Lanka.

Europe

  • Antwerp - Belgium
  • Zeebrugge - Belgium
  • Varna, Burgas - Bulgaria
  • Rijeka - Croatia
  • Bordeaux - France
  • Dijon - France
  • Le Havre - France
  • Lille - France
  • Lyon - France
  • Marseille - France
  • Nantes - France
  • Paris - France
  • Toulouse - France
  • Bremen - Germany
  • Cologne - Germany
  • Düsseldorf - Germany
  • Frankfurt - Germany
  • Hamburg - Germany
  • Regensburg - Germany
  • Cagliari - Italy
  • Genova - Italy
  • Rotterdam - The Netherlands
  • Santander - Spain
  • Zürich - Switzerland
  • Istanbul - Turkey
  • Odessa - Ukraine

Baltic

  • Tallin - Estonia
  • Szczecin - Poland
  • St. Petersburg - Russia

America

  • Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
  • Iquique - Chile

Africa

  • Las Palmas - Canary Islands (covering North Africa)
  • Durban - South Africa
  • Richards Bay - South Africa

Asia

  • Tianjin - China
  • Mumbai - India
  • Colombo - Sri Lanka
  • Bangkok - Thailand

Want to join the network?

For international survey inquiries within our network or in other countries, please contact our main office in Antwerp or mail to international@dk-surveys.com.

Survey Bureau De Keersmaecker N.V.

Alfons Wensstraat 16
2180 Ekeren (Antwerp)
Belgium

BE 0419.222.419

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