Navex Joins Global Ship Agencies Network

Monday, March 01, 2010

The Global Ship Agencies Network (GSAN) announced that Navex-Empresa Portuguesa de Navegação, S.A. (Navex) of Portugal has joined its worldwide network. Roy Stapleton, President stated “Navex is the largest Ship Agency in Portugal based on the number of vessels handled and has offices strategically located in all major ports. We are pleased to welcome them into our global network. With their commitment to quality services, experienced personnel and excellent reputation, they exemplify the high standards that GSAN offers to the shipping and maritime industry”

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