In a move to maintain the highest possible service levels to its Members in Asia, Britannia P&I has recently made two important changes.
In April last year, Britannia’s Managers, Tindall Riley, acquired the club’s Exclusive Correspondent in Japan, Cornes P&I.
Renamed Tindall Riley (Britannia) Japan, the acquisition demonstrated the importance of Japanese shipowners to Britannia. “The renaming of the Tokyo office was the immediate change, with the office continuing to provide Britannia’s Japanese Members with outstanding levels of service” said Andrew Cutler, CEO Britannia. He added that “2018 will see further initiatives in Japan, which we will announce in due course”.
In another development, and after many years of representing Britannia in Taiwan, Capt. Mike Chiang, the founder of Chiang Marine Services (CMS), has decided to retire.
CMS’s Exclusive Correspondent role is therefore passing to a successor company, B Taiwan P&I Correspondent Co., Ltd. which will be headed by Ms Euly Luo who is well known to Britannia’s Membership in Taiwan, having served with CMS for 30 years. As is to be expected, handover has been conveniently fixed to happen at noon on 20th February 2018.
The new company details are:
B Taiwan P&I Correspondent Company Limited
Room 806, No.205, Dunhua South Road, Section 1,
Taipei 10690, Taiwan, RoC
Telephone: +886 2 2731 8000
Fax: +886 2 2731 8021
Ms Euly Luo Mobile: +886 932 143445 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“The CMS team provided a quality service to Britannia’s Members over the years, helping us enjoy good business in Taiwan. We will maintain those high standards with the new correspondent while wishing Capt. Chiang a healthy and happy retirement,” said Andrew Cutler.