BOYD Steamship Corporation appoints John Good Shipping as UK representative

Logistics, Marine Equipment Products and Services, News, Ports & Terminals, Ship Agencies — By on November 26, 2013 at 12:19 AM

Ports of PanamaJohn Good Shipping has announced its appointment as the UK representative of BOYD Steamship Corporation, the Panama Canal’s oldest and largest shipping agent.

Providing clients with the most up-to-date information about the canal’s traffic status and conditions, along with an experienced team of staff who are on duty 24-hours-a-day, BOYD Steamship Corporation has forged an outstanding reputation as one of South America’s leading shipping agents.

The company arranges booking slots and helps with transit calculations on a whole host of vessels, including general cargo, dry bulk, full container, vehicle carriers, refrigerated cargo carriers, tankers, chemical tankers and liquefied petroleum gas tankers.

Having positioned itself as the main agent for vessels transiting the Panama Canal, BOYD Steamship Corporation’s in-depth industry experience, knowledge and expertise which have been built over 104 years, means their clients are guaranteed an excellent, high quality level of service.

Alan Platt, Managing Director at John Good Shipping, said: “I’m delighted that we have been appointed to represent BOYD’s interests in the UK, to promote and sell their port agency services over here.

“We have a lot of ship owners and ship management companies based in the UK who are controlling a worldwide fleet, with many of these vessels transiting the Panama Canal.”

For more information, visit www.boydsteamship.com.

Alternatively, see www.johngood.co.uk for more details.

Founded in Hull in 1833 and still under the ownership of the Good family, the John Good Group includes established companies from across the Humber region. Companies include John Good Shipping, Trans European Port Services Warehousing & Distribution, DAN Shipping & Chartering, as well as business travel specialists Good Travel Management.

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