Incotrans appointed as agents
SeaWorks, the dedicated and specialized provider of project and break-bulk ocean transport service, announces the appointment of Messrs. Incotrans GmbH as its general agents for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. With offices in both Hamburg and Bremen Incotrans GmbH is devoted to the Liner Agency business and with a company history of over 130 years Incotrans GmbH will strengthen the SeaWorks service both commercially and operationally.
“Commercial and operational knowledge of both the trade and cargoes based on long standing relationships in the German speaking part of Europe will add value for our customers in today’s competitive environment” Stefan Pompe, Director at SeaWorks adds.
“Combining the capacity of the Incotrans staff with the SeaWorks team allows us to act quicker and understand the local needs which are essential to the region better,” Tjeerd Veldhuizen, Managing Director says. “Geographical presence, understanding local culture and maintaining territorial relationships have always been to effective to both client and carrier when it comes to our daily challenge; devising smart and economical transport solutions.”
“Our company was established in 1837 and well respected as an independent Liner agent in Bremen and Hamburg. We have worked with Tjeerd and Stefan previously and we more than pleased to add our German network and expertise on the trade to the company” Torsten Bender stated.
The appointment of Incotrans in the German, Austrian and Swiss regions will assist in further expansion of the Company’s growth and serve the existing and potential clients with Project and Break-bulk cargo requirements within the Atlantic waters.
Incotrans Linien Agentur – Kleine Reichenstrasse 1- 20457 Hamburg – Germany – www.incotrans.com
T: +49-40-3096 6480 – Mr. Torsten Bender – E: T.Bender@incotrans.com
SeaWorks operates a fleet of modern box shaped multipurpose tween-deck, shallow draft vessels in the Atlantic Basin. Sizes ranging from 8.000 to 14.000 Metric-tons deadweight and lifting capacities up to 160 metric-tons.