Evergreen Joint Venture in South Africa

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Taiwan's Evergreen Group has announced a joint venture with its present agency in South Africa, Green Africa Shipping (PTY) Ltd. (GAS) to establish a new agency, Evergreen Agency (South Africa) (PTY) LTD., also known as ESA.

The new agency will have its headquarters in Johannesburg with branch offices in Cape Town and Durban and will serve as agents for global carrier Evergreen Line's South Africa ocean shipping services.  The effective date of the new company is April 1, 2009.

ESA's headquarter contact information:
Evergreen Agency (South Africa) (PTY) Ltd Bedfordview Office Park No. 3 Riley Road Bedfordview 2007,
2008 Gauteng Province, Johannesburg,
Gauteng,2008, P.O.Box 1471
TEL: +27-11-5749034
FAX: +27-11-5749180
email: [email protected]

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