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  • "ShipServ is a vital tool for us as a leading European ship chandler and we need to be highly visible in the ports we serve as it is used by all the leading shipping companies."

    George Saris, President
    Atlas Ship Chandlers

  • "We started to use TradeNet just to save time and stop manual typing of orders, but now we get other substantial benefits including vital benchmark data on suppliers’ response times that help us in all our negotiations."

    Knut Ove Thuland Hansen, Purchasing Manager
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  • "Time is the biggest saving through ShipServ. We have detailed data that tells us that the amount of time we spend per vessel each week has dropped from 9.2 hours to 7.9 hours."

    Richard O'Malley, Purchasing Supervisor
    Crowley Maritime

  • "Encouraging our suppliers to adopt the e-commerce platform has been well worth the effort. We have reaped significant cost savings from streamlining our purchasing processes."

    Charles Ong, Purchasing Manager
    Keppel Shipyard

  • "Since joining ShipServ in 2012, we have gained 7 new clients in 18 months. It has helped our company be seen in the international shipping market as both ShipServ Pages and TradeNet are used by many different shipping companies and it also speeds up the process between buyer and supplier."

    Valeria Assandri,Machinery & Replacement Parts S.r.l

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23 September 2011

ShipServ makes Telegraph Top 1000 list

Another day, another list, but this one is shedding some welcome light on the supposedly depressed UK economy and we happen to be on it.

National newspapers, the Daily and Sunday Telegraph, have jointly published their list of  1000: Britain’s Brightest Businesses , which is a ‘celebration of the 1,000 mid-sized companies which have weathered the economic storm and are set to be the foundation of the UK’s recovery’.

We are delighted to be named alongside a handful of maritime representatives, including shiprepairer Cammell Laird, ship agency John Good & Sons and Griffin Marine Travel.

The list focuses on companies and partnerships with sales of between £5m and £500m from their UK-based business, meaning that ‘young gazelles sit alongside long-established companies that have found new ways to grow’ the Telegraph said.

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