ISS, Chembulk Expand Cooperation to South America and Asia

Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), a maritime and logistics service provider, and Connecticut-based deep-sea chemical shipping company Chembulk Tankers have expanded their agreement into South America and Asia.

With this move ISS said it will handle some 150 additional port calls for Chembulk Tankers per year, in addition to its existing services on the east and west coasts of America.

ISS’ work with Chembulk now encompasses Brazil in South America and Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand in Asia.

Further services will include managing dry dockings in the Bahamas and handling selected port calls in the UAE, according to ISS.

“We are pleased to be working with Inchcape in these additional ports and feel that ISS can provide superior service and meet our specific service requirements,” Chembulk’s Michael McCormick, Vice President, General Manager Commercial Operations, said.

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