high value recovery team

HVRT gen­er­al con­cept: Access for com­pa­nies to a team of capa­ble and qui­et pro­fes­sion­als who spe­cial­ize in glob­al recov­ery of high val­ue items, whether mate­ri­als, per­sons, or even intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty.  (Not sure about the last one, but the rough sketch is we’d con­vince peo­ple not to use what­ev­er it was that they’d stolen, or maybe to work for dif­fer­ent employers…I dunno.)

Exam­ples include stolen dia­monds or min­er­als, car­go tankers full of oil or mer­chan­dise tak­en over by pirates or envi­ron­men­tal events (dis­as­ter recov­ery), high val­ue per­son­nel etc.  I’d like to focus much more on “stuff” recov­ery vs. peo­ple because it’s much eas­i­er to val­ue “stuff”.

We could empha­size the dis­creet­ness of the oper­a­tion as well as it’s full legal­i­ty in the glob­al envi­ron­ment, and then deliv­er ultra-pro­fes­sion­al results.   Fast and hard and com­pe­tent, leave no trace oth­er than the performance.

No recov­ery no pay­ment, just like the sal­vage folks.  Essen­tial­ly the com­pa­ny would release the claim to us, we’d recov­er the item, and the com­pa­ny would then pur­chase it back at a dis­count­ed rate.  It’d be ide­al it if was stolen dia­monds or a pro­pri­etary oil drilling bit or a truck­load of, hell, I don’t know, rub­bera­ni­um; small enough stuff that a team of 5–10 think­ing pipe-hit­ters could go in and get it done quickly.

This could be adver­tised by ** as the capa­bil­i­ty for busi­ness to have their own Tier 1 asset recov­ery team.  I can write this up a lit­tle pret­ti­er, but want­ed to see if this is a good direction?


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