Since 1998, GAC has been providing a full range of shipping services to vessels calling at all ports in South Africa. Our head office is located in Cape Town and we have branches in Durban, Richards Bay, Saldanha Bay and Port Elizabeth, as well as Walvis Bay in neighbouring Namibia.
Our experienced and professional staff provide expert support for all vessel types including tankers, breakbulk, cruise liners and bulkers. We also specialise in providing on- and offshore support, local procurement and upstream services to the Energy sector, as well as full agency and related services for vessels and rigs undergoing dry-docking or maintenance. We also provide a complete range of logistics services, including warehousing, throughout South Africa and beyond, reflecting the country’s status as a gateway to Africa.
It’s all underpinned by our commitment to ensuring compliance, honesty and transparency in everything we do, as evidenced by the GAC Group’s strict Code of Ethics (Anti-Corruption & Bribery, Anti-Money Laundering, Sanctions and Data Privacy policies) and robust HSSE management systems. All operations are ISO 9001:2015 and TRACE certified. GAC South Africa is also a Level 1 BEE (Black Economic Empowerment) contributor.
GAC South Africa combines international experience with local expertise to deliver a first-class service. Our team of experts, around-the-clock support and focus on quality, health and safety are all key components in delivering sustainable customer satisfaction to multinational energy corporations and smaller operators alike.
Our comprehensive range of ship agency, logistics and marine services meets the needs of all kinds of vessels from cruise liners to OSVs and FSO/FPSOs, and cargo ranging from coal and chemicals to out-of-gauge project cargo.
Our uniquely customisable range of services provides peace of mind for ship and rig owners, operators and crew, in port and at sea.
GAC South Africa provides tailor-made solutions, 24/7, keeping you fully informed of your vessel’s status before, during and after its port call, enabling you to quickly adapt to changing conditions. Our free daily intelligence service, Hot Port News, is a trusted source of the latest news on port conditions worldwide.