Offshore marine services provider PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd. (POSH) Thursday renewed its ship agency contract with GAC Angola for the ports of Soyo and Luanda while extending the agreement to include Cabinda.
The contract includes an integrated range of services for the POSH fleet at all Angolan ports, including crew handling, spares clearance and delivery, bunker fuels and inward/outward clearance of vessels.
“The GAC team impresses with their professionalism, expertise and knowledge,” says Kelvin Teo, POSH Director Offshore Supply Vessels.
“We are thankful for their support over the years, especially in the region of Africa, which is a key growth market for POSH.”
GAC Angola delivers a full range of ship agency services to all major Angolan ports from its head office in Luanda and branches in Soyo and Cabinda.
“We are delighted to announce the renewal of our contract with leading global offshore vessel operator POSH, who operates a large fleet of modern and young vessels in West Africa,” says Kumar Ganesan, GAC Angola’s General Manager.
“This bears witness to our compliance with their stringent operational standards and requirements.
“We have recently celebrated 20 years of operational growth and service delivery in Angola, and remain committed to helping our clients meet their challenges and ensure smooth port calls and swift turnaround.”
Published: 20 July, 2018
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