American Salvage Assoc. Relocates to Alexandria, Va.

Monday, June 06, 2011

The American Salvage Association (ASA) has relocated its offices from Arlington, Virginia, to Alexandria, Virginia.  The new address is 103 Oronoco Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, VA 22314 USA.  The telephone and fax numbers remain the same, Tel: 1-703-373-2267; Fax: 1-703-373-2036, as does the website (www.americansalvage.org).

 
Previously at offices co-located with the American Waterways Operators (AWO), ASA now resides in office facilities maintained by the Passenger Vessel Association (PVA).
 
“ASA’s leadership team is grateful to AWO for the experience and support ASA received while a member of the Vessel Alliance program for the last eight years.  With this move, ASA looks forward to the future with the Association’s staff operating from new offices in Alexandria and we encourage colleagues and friends to stop by for a visit,” said Mauricio Garrido, ASA President.
 
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