Pacific Cargoes, Inc. (PCI) was established in 1969. Since 1987, PCI has acted
as sub-contractors in the procurement of transportation for bulk cargoes of the Agency
for International Development (AID) of the U.S. Department of State.
International Services Corporation (ISC) was established in 1972. ISC currently represents the governments of Armenia, Bolivia, El Salvador, the Phillipines and Tadjikistan, as well as the U.S. Department of State's coordinator of U.S. assistance to the New Independent States. ISC is also the procurement and shipping agent of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO).
Both companies are District of Columbia Corporations and have acted as procurement and shipping agents for a wide variety of clients including U.S. government agencies, foreign governments , private voluntary organizations and other non-governmental organizations. The personnel of both corporations have extensive knowledge of, and familiarity with, the preparation of invitations for bids or requests for proposals in accordance with U.S. government laws and regulations. PCI and ISC continue to be actively engaged in the procurement of a wide range of commodities including grain and fuel shipments.