Chelsea Logistics and Infrastracture Holdings Corp Company Profile
Chelsea Logistics and Infrastructure Holdings Corp. engages in the transport of passengers, cargos, petroleum, oil, chemicals, and other bulk products. It is involved in the conveyance, carriage, loading, transportation, discharging, and storage of petroleum products, goods, wares, and merchandise; towage and salvage of marine vessels and other crafts, including cargoes upon seas, lakes, rivers, canals, bays, harbors, and other waterways in various ports of the Philippines; charter, hire, or acquisition of LCTs, ships, barges, vessels, and equipment; operating inter-island vessels for domestic trade; business of building and repair of ships, boats, and other kinds of vessels, as well as in ship breaking activities; and transportation of passengers and cargoes in the Philippine territorial waters and/or high seas. The company also provides ship management services; management consultancy services; and full and partial crewing for domestic and foreign vessels. In addition, it hires, charters, purchases, and acquires tugboats, lighters, and other vessels; purchases and sells food and beverage products, and merchandise; maintains restaurants, coffee shops, refreshment parlors, cocktail lounges, and cooks; arranges, serves, and caters goods, drinks, refreshments, and other food or commodities commonly served in such establishments; provides machining and mechanical works on ship machineries and industrial plants; offers courier, trucking, and warehousing services; and provides account management services, such as event management, manpower, instore, or trade merchandising/design set-up, as well as audit and encoding services. The company was formerly known as Chelsea Logistics Holdings Corp. and changed its name to Chelsea Logistics and Infrastructure Holdings Corp. in May 2019. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is headquartered in Davao City, the Philippines. Chelsea Logistics and Infrastructure Holdings Corp. is a subsidiary of Udenna Corporation.