Gulf Africa Announces New Appointments

Tuesday, March 05, 2002
Gulf Africa Line (GAL) has appointed Biehl & Company as general liner agents in the USA effective March 1, 2002. GAL’s pricing and line management will be in Houston, while documentation and customer service will be handled at the Biehl regional offices. Biehl’s contact information for rate inquiries and bookings will be as follows: Line Manager: Mrs. Charis Hargis Toll Free : 1 877 GAL-SHIP (425-7447) Switchboard : 1 713 690-7200 E-mail : gal@biehlco.com Website : www.galship.com GAL’s port agency agreement with Gulf Chartering in New Orleans and the Mississippi River will not be affected by this appointment.

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