Braemar Acquires LPG Connect

Monday, April 20, 2009

Braemar Seascope Ltd, the shipbroking arm of Braemar Shipping Services plc, has acquired the LPG broker and consultant LPG Connect International to form a product broking division called Braemar LPG Connect, to take effect from April 21st, 2009.

Braemar LPG Connect will be located in Braemar Seascope’s London office and will be headed by Stuart Anderson who will also be part of Braemar’s Gas Department team, with Allison Isaac-Hierscher joining in operations. Stuart has significant broking and trading experience in this sector and will bring a new LPG broking discipline to Braemar through the move.

LPG Connect International's training course partnership is not affected and will continue unchanged.

(www.braemarseascope.com)

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