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Change for AIS in Singapore

January 14 - In Singapore, Steven Hawkswood has left AIS Singapore, with Ameer Ouf relocating from Australia Independent Shipbrokers' office In Western Australia to service existing clients interests and to ensure the continued development of the South-Ea

Davina Shields will continue in her role at AIS Singapore and work closely together with Ouf to strengthen the Singapore operation.

Australian Independent Shipbrokers (AIS) was established in 1992 in Sydney. With offices now located in major Australian cities, AIS is a brooking house which specialises in IMO, project cargoes and bulk parcels.

AIS is part of Asiaworld Shipping Service, which was established in 1983 and offers husbandry agency services in all Australian ports.

Asiaworld Shipping is the Australian liner agent for Spliethoff Bevrachtingskantoor of the Netherlands and East Australian agents for Biglift Shipping.

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