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France has around 30 companies with nearly 200 brokers operating over the whole maritime transport sector in chartering, purchase/sale and orders for new ships on the international market..
Brokers: an interface between charterer and shipping company and between shipping company and shipyard
A ship broker is an intermediary between the supply and demand sides of the ship chartering, shipbuilding, and sales and dismantling markets.In these markets, the broker assists its clients (charterers, shipping companies or shipyards) in finding a counterparty, negotiating deals and preparing commercial documentation.
Atlantic Marine Services
Atlantic Marine Services SAS, founded in 1987 by Jean-Pierre Millet, French shipbroker since 1973 with 6 professional employees, are exclusively dedicated to sale, purchase, new building and chartering of all type of ships and floating equipment (tankers, dry cargo, passengers, offshore vessels, fishing vessels, barges, services vessels etc…).
Barry Rogliano Salles (BRS)
Barry Rogliano Salles ranks among the world’s very top shipbroking companies.
• More than 150 years experience: company founded in Marseille in 1856.
BRS gathers, processes and disseminates information to provide its customers with a wide range of additional broking services: market analysis (FLeets, freight rates, demand for transport), business opportunities, management of tenders, ship valuations, feasibility studies, contracts.The BRS group also covers other activities such as freight derivatives, yacht broking, maritime consulting, information platforms and insurance broking.
La Chambre syndicale des courtiers d’affrètement Maritime et de Vente de Navires de France
SYCRA (French Maritime Brokers Federation) arranges forums for professionals, particularly in the form of its highly regarded networking matinees.
It also has representation in various national and international organizations which enables it to monitor developments in major economic and legal issues concerning the profession.haut de page