Sedgwick enhances Indonesian marine offering with new division and strategic hires

Sedgwick creates hull and machinery division in Indonesia, appointing Fahrizal (pictured left) and Kanya Manohara (pictured right) as Executive Marine Adjusters.
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Sedgwick on Thursday (23 May) announced a strengthening of its Indonesia marine operations through the establishment of a new hull and machinery division, supported by the recent appointments of two experienced average adjusters, Fahrizal and Kanya Manohara, as Executive Marine Adjusters.

The hiring of Fahrizal and Manohara will enable the business to provide in-house surveying and adjusting services for marine hull and machinery, the global loss adjuster said.

Both will report to Evri, Marine Manager, with the team led by Andri Dirgantara, President Director for Sedgwick in Indonesia.

Fahrizal brings over 15 years of experience as an average adjuster to the new role. He joins from Marine Claims Office Indonesia, and his expertise includes particular average, general average, collision liability, sue and labour coverage, salvage, total loss, and ship’s repairer liability, Sedgwick said. He is also a qualified associate of the Association of Average Adjusters (AAA) and Indonesian Certified Adjusting Practitioners (ICAP).

Manohara brings with her 15 years of experience as a specialist in claims assessment and reviewing liability for small and complex casualties. She is also a law graduate of Atmajaya University. Her background includes time at Marine Claims Office Indonesia and Charles Taylor, and her expertise includes collision liability, sue and labour coverage, salvage, and ship’s repairer liability, Sedgwick said. She also holds qualifications as an associate of the AAA and ICAP.

“The combined expertise and knowledge Fahrizal and Kanya bring to Sedgwick elevates the work we do in the marine sector and will provide our clients with a single source for effectively adjusting and surveying a marine loss,” said Dirgantara.

Speaking about his new role, Fahrizal commented, “Our new marine hull and machinery division in Indonesia complements Sedgwick’s current marine offering. Drawing on my prior experience handling complicated cases in Indonesia and Singapore, I am ready to take on new challenges with my work at Sedgwick.”

On her new role, Manohara said, “My passion for the industry is a great fit with Sedgwick’s stellar and fast-growing marine team. I am thrilled to become a part of the Sedgwick family and to take on this role of expanding the company’s marine adjusting services in the region.”

Veronica Grigg, Sedgwick CEO of Asia, noted that the announcement of enhanced marine capabilities in Indonesia follows the launch of the company’s global aviation adjusting services earlier this month. “Together, these represent an important part of Sedgwick’s ambitious growth strategy for offering best-in-class solutions across Asia,” Grigg said.

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