ISS Tositti Expands in Sicily

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Friday, June 14, 2013
Angelo Marcantonio, Operations Manager, ISS Tositti (Palermo office)

ISS Tositti, part of Inchcape Shipping Services, has opened two additional offices in Sicily.

With one office in Augusta, Sicily, these new offices in Gela and Palermo will provide a service base for the growing liquid and bulk market on the island. ISS Tositti specializes in providing services to some of the world’s leading shipowners and operators and is based in Venice, Italy.

The port of Gela currently transports over six million tons of liquid in imports and exports per annum, and also has a large on and offshore crude refinery, while Palermo also has a strong oil, bulk and cargo market.

Stefano Tositti, CEO of ISS Tositti, said, “Our new Gela office is led by Operations Manager, Salvatore Lanzafame, and our Palermo office by Operations Manager, Angelo Marcantonio.”

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  • Salvatore Lanzafame, Operations Manager, ISS Tositti (Gela office)

    Salvatore Lanzafame, Operations Manager, ISS Tositti (Gela office)

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