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GAC LNG Services seals voyage management services deal with Dubai-based Translux

GAC LNG Services has secured a global contract to provide voyage management services to natural resources company Translux as they enter the liquefied natural gas (LNG) business.

Under the Translux agreement, GAC’s global network of offices and approved agents will support operations, which will be overseen by GAC LNG Services in Houston. Translux is organized under the Dubai International Financial Centre.

GAC Group vp for Americas Bob Bandos said: “We are excited for the new opportunities an exclusive contract with Translux will provide for GAC LNG Services. As we continue to grow in the LNG market, it becomes increasingly apparent that there is a strong need for the voyage management provided by GAC LNG Services every step of the way.”

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GAC LNG Services, officially formed in 2016, provides a full-service solution for the sector, covering charterers’ vessel operations, as well as technical and commercial information.

Translux has been an active supplier and distributor of various energy commodities across the Middle East for more than 13 years. Due to its current business activities the firm has expanded into natural gas to support its existing customers in the Middle East as well as Europe and Asia. According to Translux’s website, the company is also involved in the development of energy terminals, maritime oil bunkering, mining and industrial projects and arranging the financing and funding of these activities.

Translux md of LNG Marcellus Catalano said: “The development of a global LNG capability is a natural expansion for Translux Limited. GAC LNG Services provides the perfect support to meet our LNG shipping needs and facilitate our transition from a regional to global commodities firm.”

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