WSS China Expands Network to Tianjin

press release
Thursday, February 02, 2012

Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) has announced the opening of a facility in Tianjin, China, taking the total number of WSS agency offices in the region to six, located in Shanghai, Beijing, Qingdao, Dalian, Ningbo and Tianjin.

 

Mr Leo Hao, Manager of WSS Tianjin said;  “There are currently 1500 calls per month in the port of Tianjin. By increasing the number of regional agency offices, WSS China will be fully equipped to offer a joined-up network, providing the same service levels as WSS offices throughout the world and achieving global consistency of agency services.”

 

Captain Bi,  General Manager of WSS Ships Agency & Marine Logistics China said; “The six places within which we are now located represent each and every coastal province in China. As part of WSS’s China Expansion Plan, we are aiming to build up our network of agency services along the entire Chinese coastline.”

 

The WSS China Expansion Plan will continue to gather pace throughout 2012, with offices in Guangzhou, Xiamen and Fangcheng expected to be operational before the end of the year.
 

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