CRANBURY,NJ… AmSpec begins their 30th anniversary year in grand style announcing multiple branch openings on the domestic and international front. AmSpec blasts into 2016 extending service to  South Carolina, Alaska, Pennsylvania while the international footprint broadened into Slovenia and Montreal.

“It’s a heck of a way to start off our 30th year,” says Matt Corr, AmSpec Chief Executive Officer. “It’s truly a tribute to all our clients and employees who have supported us throughout three decades; without them our planned global expansion wouldn’t be possible,”

Internationally, AmSpec Montreal, is primarily a crude oil laboratory with 2016 expansion plans in place. The AmSpec Slovenia office service area includes the Port of Venice and Trieste (Italy), Port of Koper (Slovenia) and Ports of Rijeka and Omsalji (Croatia) focusing on quantity inspection, bunker surveys and loss control.

The Alaska location services Anchorage, Valdez, Kenai and surrounding areas while AmSpec Pittsburgh is strategically located for inspection coverage in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.

Marcus Hook, a busy east coast port, will complement AmSpec’s existing operation in the Philadelphia region.

AmSpec Charleston will focus on chemicals inspection and testing.

For further information regarding these locations, AmSpec employs the following contact email addresses:, and

AmSpec, an international independent inspection and testing company headquartered in Cranbury, NJ. services the Petroleum, Chemical and Gas industries for 30 years with state of the art facilities throughout the continental United States, Canada, Caribbean, Asia, Central & South America.