Inchcape rejects fraud charges

In an email to ShippingWatch, Inchcape Shipping Services completely rejects all accusations that the company overcharged the US Navy for services provided to the Navy's berthed vessels.

Inchcape Shipping Services rejects all charges of fraud related to services performed for the US Navy in relation to a contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The company makes this clear in an email to ShippingWatch on Monday.

"ISS (Inchcape Shipping Services) is fully committed to observing all laws and regulations, and to maintaining the highest standards when conducting business with customers, including the U.S. Government. ISS wholly refutes these historic allegations and disagrees that there has been wrong-doing. The company sees no basis for the complaint and objects to the way the company has been characterized," says the company, adding:

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