Singapore: Nordic Flow Control, part of Singapore-listed Nordic Group, has secured a S$2.6m ($2m) contract from Armada Cabaca for the design and supply of a remotely operated hydraulic valve control system.
SHIPPERS exporting through Hong Kong port must pay US$333 per TEU more than they would using neighbouring Port of Shenzhen, according to the BMT Asia-Pacific report commissioned by the Hong Kong Transport and Housing Bureau.
Singapore: French energy giant Total has entered into a definitive agreement for the acquisition by Singapore sovereign fund Temasek of.
AS expected, the US Federal Maritime Commission unanimously voted to allow the revamped CKYHE Alliance to add its newest member, Evergreen Line, into its vessel-sharing agreement covering the transpacific and transatlantic trade lanes.
Singapore: A seafarer has died after being shot in the forehead when a tanker was hijacked off the coast of Malaysia on December 7. Seven perpetrators with guns boarded the Vietnam-registered VP Asphalt 2 at around 0530 hrs (local time), while it was underway around 20 nm southeast of Pulau Aur, Malaysia, in the South China Sea.
Manila: Three holes were torn in the hull of a bulk carrier when a tropical storm sent the loaded ship smashing on to its berthing dolphin at Garcia Hernandez in Bohol, the Philippines.
Singapore: The ports of Singapore and Port Klang, Malaysia, have some of the world’s highest levels of emissions from shipping, according to a new report by the International Transport Forum (ITF).
The regular double page spread map of shipowners profiled in the latest issue of Maritime CEO magazine paints its own picture of the growing importance of Singapore as a shipowning base. No other place on the map has so many shipowner profiles. In total there are 17 shipowner profiles in the just released magazine of which five hail from Singapore.
Hanoi: A Vietnamese crewman was shot during a pirate attack on an asphalt tanker off Singapore early Sunday, and is in critical condition.
Mermaid Maritime announced that it has received an early termination of contract from an international upstream oil and gas client for the “MTR-2” tender drilling rig which was based in Indonesia.