Tethys Supply and Marketing LLC, a subsidiary of Chicago-based Tethys Group, has expanded its physical marine distillates supply operations to include Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
The move strengthens Tethys’ South Florida presence and is a natural addition to their portfolio of physical supply locations, says Robert Finneganm, President and CEO of the company.
“Port Everglades is a beautiful port with a high standard for safety and operations and we are excited to bring our specialized equipment, safety standard, and professionalism to the bunker business there,” he notes.
The commercial operations for Port Everglades, Port of Miami, and Port of Palm Beach will continue to be led by Russ Stellman.
Tethys has become a preferred supplier in Miami and Palm Beach by many local and international shipping companies in the first six months of operations, it claims.
Photo credit: Port Everglades
Published: 18 June, 2018
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