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ISS opens new offices in Brazil in partnership with fertiliser specialist

MAJOR marine, cargo and supply chain solutions provider Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), is opening four new offices in Brazil following a new partnership with fertiliser specialist, Nelson Guilloux.

ISS opens new offices in Brazil in partnership with fertiliser specialist
04 November 2015 - 20:47

ISS opens new offices in Brazil in partnership with fertiliser specialist

MAJOR marine, cargo and supply chain solutions provider Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), is opening four new offices in Brazil following a new partnership with fertiliser specialist, Nelson Guilloux.

ISS Brazil has set up a dedicated team to handle fertiliser ship calls in all Brazilian ports and will open four more offices across the country to expand its services. Three offices will open in the southern region in Paranagua, Rio Grande and Porto Alegre - while a further office will open in Recife in the northeast, taking its total offices in the country to 14, the company said.

The team will offer greater value and expertise to this specialist market and will manage all operations and processes, while a market intelligence department will provide customers with a range of tools including comparative port information, monthly reports, port alerts and customised analysis.

Mr Guilloux has more than 40 years' experience in the shipping industry including 10 years in the fertiliser market and he will work with ISS Brazil to combine expertise and presence in the sector. 

Brazil imported more than 24,000 million tonnes of fertiliser in 2014, mainly from the USA, Russia, Morocco and Canada, giving rise to around 1,500 vessel calls to mostly southern ports. ISS Brazil recently attended two ships discharging fertiliser at Hermasa Terminal, Itacoatiara, in the Amazon region.

Managing director of ISS Brazil, Henrique Schlaepfer, said: "With four additional offices in Brazil as part of this initiative, Mr Guilloux has an excellent reputation in the market and is widely recognised both here and around the world for his expertise in the fertiliser sector."

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