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Are CompuWeather and FleetWeather Related?

Contributed by Kim Cuozzo, Marketing Associate, Forensic Weather Marketing Team

You may have heard of both CompuWeather and FleetWeather and wondered if the two companies were connected. They are – we are all under one roof and work together on many projects and issues. CompuWeather is our forensic weather division, which provides site-specific past weather reports for insurance claims and legal cases. We cover all types of weather phenomena. FleetWeather is our marine services division which provides a wide range of services (weather routing, vessel performance and analytics, marine forensics, business intelligence services and more) to commercial shipping companies and maritime attorneys throughout the world.

Sometimes the needs of our clients require experts from both CompuWeather and FleetWeather to collaborate and work together on joint marine cases and forensic projects. We are one of the few entities in the world that have both land and marine forensic weather experts under one roof. Many cases and claims that occur either in open water or at the coast require documentation of both weather and sea conditions to properly understand the entire event and damaging conditions while others may simply require the weather conditions and not the marine conditions. If your case is on or near water, we will review your needs and assign the most appropriate meteorologist to prepare your report so you can get the answers you need. CompuWeather provides you with the widest range of options for all of your domestic and international marine cases and claims.