Stolt Tankers and NYK Celebrate 30 Years of Partnership
01.31.2024 By Tank Terminals - NEWS

January 31, 2024 [Stolt-Nielsen]- Stolt NYK Asia Pacific Services (SNAPS) operates a fleet of 13 stainless steel chemical tankers and provides reliable, high-quality shipping services for customers in the region.


The event was attended by Stolt Tankers’ Managing Director, Bjarke Nissen, NYK Executive Officer, Yuji Nishijima, and Director of ENEOS Ocean Corporation, Masahito Hirano. They were joined by more than 70 guests including customers, vendors and employees. 
Stolt Tankers’ Managing Director, Bjarke Nissen said: “This was a great opportunity for everyone who has contributed to SNAPS’ success over the past 30 years to get together and commemorate this special occasion. We were also pleased to welcome our new partner Eneos Ocean Corporation and confirm our plans to further expand the service.” 
In November 2023, Stolt Tankers and NYK announced that ENEOS Ocean Corporation had joined the SNAPS partnership and two of its 11,500 DWT ships were added to the pool, increasing flexibility and further enhancing the service offering for customers across Asia.


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