CORY BROTHERS BEGINS AGENCY OPERATIONS IN GIBRALTAR

Thursday, March 03, 2011

Cory Brothers Shipping Agency is pleased to announce it is now able to offer Shipping Agency services in Gibraltar in conjunction with its partner, the Gibunco Ship Agency, part of the Gibunco Group.
 
Cory Brothers, together with Gibunco Ship Agency, brings a wealth of experience to Gibraltar in Port Agency, Bunker Agency, STS Operations and Logistical solutions. Operating in the Port of Gibraltar adds strategically to Cory Brothers continuing global expansion, complimenting the companies’ Singapore office and Far Eastern activities as well as its presence in Europe and South America.
 
Announcing the expansion, Cory Brothers Shipping Agency Managing Director, Kevin Gorman, said: This move demonstrates that Cory Brothers is moving forwards into areas where we can add value to our international services for existing and new customers. Combined with our Ship Trak system and our market intelligence this consolidates first class agency services which are provided by our professional agency personnel who have a wealth of experience in this field.”
 
Gibunco Ship Agency Commercial Manager, Ivan Vallejo, added: We are delighted to welcome Cory Brothers to Gibraltar as our partners.  They have an established history in Ships Agency stretching back over 160 years, which adds to Gibuncos own 50‐year track record in Gibraltar.
 
Together we will bring many benefits with our vast experience in agency and our bunkering activities around the Globe.

Source: CORY BROTHERS

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