|3 June 2010|
|19:10||SingaporeSingapore to Extends Port Dues Concession|
|13 November 2009|
|15:41||SingaporeDHL Invests into Oil and Energy Logistics|
|30 June 2009|
|16:30||SingaporeGovernment Takes Over LNG Terminal Development|
|16 June 2009|
|14:38||TEUSingapore Reports Weaker Volumes|
|20 August 2008|
|17:40||SingaporeOne Billion Gross Tonns|
|15 April 2008|
|19:58||SingaporeSingapore Increases Container Turnover|
|8 April 2008|
|15:15||SingaporeStranded Crew Receive Wages (photo)|
And submit requests to leave the vessel
|20 March 2008|
|10:39||SingaporeSingapore: 2 Months’ Result 2008|
|18 February 2008|
|14:46||SingaporeSingapore Up on January 2007|
But down compared to December
|19 September 2007|
|18:00||projectsNew Berths to be Built in Singapore|
|9 August 2007|
|15:32||seaCOSCO Corporation Has Increased Net Profit|
|2 August 2007|
|16:10||RailVacancy in APL (Ekaterinburg)|
APL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore-based Neptune Orient Lines, a global transportation and logistics company engaged in shipping and related businesses.
|27 July 2007|
|17:23||seaCollision in the Pacific Ocean|
A collision between a Greek-operated capesize and a Taiwanese boxship off Japan has reportedly left the bow of the former wedged in the hull of the latter.
|24 July 2007|
|15:24||seaOOCL Kobe Named at the Port of Kobe |
The first newbuilding of the sixteen 4,578-TEU vessels built by Samsung Heavy Industries for OOCL was named on July 20, 2007 at the Port of Kobe in Japan, reports the press-service of OOCL.
The ship was named OOCL Kobe.
OOCL Kobe will be deployed on the KTX1 service.
|23 July 2007|
|12:47||seaNew Consortium and New Service|
Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM), Japan's Tokyo Senpaku Kaisha (TSK) and Common Feeder Bengal Tiger Line (BTL) have teamed up to provide the first direct service from Korea to India's East coast port of Chennai, reports the press-service of HMM.
Commencing on 5th August in Ulsan, the consortium will run a fixed day weekly service with 4 x 1600 teu vessels.
The exact rotation: Ulsan - Busan - Shanghai - Chiwan - Singapore - Port Kelang - Chennai - Port Kelang - Ulsan.
|12 July 2007|
|15:25||SingaporeDubai Drydocks World to Control PUM|
Dubai Drydocks World has taken formal control of Pan United Marine, the Singapore shipyard, following acceptances reaching 84% of PUM shares for its voluntary conditional cash offer.
According to Fairplay, 4 of Dubai Drydocks World's nominees have been appointed to PUM's board of directors.
The $428 mn acquisition is the first overseas by Dubai Drydocks World.
|6 July 2007|
|13:34||seaHMM to Rationalize Asia-Mediterranean Service|
Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) announced to rationalize Asia-Mediterranean service (AMS) to omit Kaohsiung.
|2 July 2007|
|12:23||seaCKYH Alliance to Launch Mediterranean-Asia-U.S. Pendulum Service|
CKYH Alliance will start a new pendulum service which links the Mediterranean, Asia and the U.S.
|29 June 2007|
|16:29||seaOOCL Recieves New Vessel|
OOCL is proud to announce on June 29, 2007 (Friday) christening of its eighth 5,888-TEU vessel.
|22 June 2007|
|09:06||seaForeign Ships Can Enter RF Area of Water|
The RF Government approved the list of the foreign ships which in the framework of Sakhalin-2 operations are allowed to enter the FR area of water till December 31 of the current year, reports AK&M quoting the press-service of the Govenment.
The decree was signed by Mikhail Fradkov, the chairman of the government.
The following ships can enter the region of gas fields Piltun-Astokhanskoe, Lunskoe and the region of Nabil: "Safe Bristolia", "Nautika Seasafe 1" (Singapore), "Sanko Angel" (Liberia), "Neftegaz 67" (the Ukraine), "Pompei" (Belgium), "Fujisan Maru" (Japan), "DN 123", "DN 124", "Geosea" (Norway), "Simoon", "Sumatras", "CS Topper", "CS Safe", "Green Ocean" (Panama), "Toisa Dauntless" (Bahamas), "Miss Sybil" (Marshall Islands), "Miss Vickie" (Tuvalu).