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ISS US Gulf introduces documentation department to meet customer demand for streamlined service
Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), the world’s leading maritime services provider, has created a dedicated US Gulf Documentation Department to meet customer demand for a centralised and streamlined service to handle cargo documentation for import and export activity.The new department will provide expert oversight and guidance for the specific documentation functions that remain in US Gulf ports and provide customers with the best advice and support. Companies already benefiting from the department include Tokyo Marine Europe, Gearbulk and Grieg Star. ISS will now be expanding the service to further key customers with activity across the US Gulf.
Michelle Turner has been appointed as Manager for the US Gulf Documentation Department. Michelle has over 20 years experience in the maritime industry, the majority with documentation, as well as operations including roles as ISS Mobile Port manager and Special Projects Analyst. Says Elaine Penton, ISS Vice President, US Gulf: “Michelle’s meticulous attention to detail, ability to meet deadlines and her excellent customer service is ideal for her latest challenge with ISS.”
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