Monday, 31st August 2015
31st August 2015

Chinese oil firm Sinopec has approached Fujien Mawei Shipbuilding to construct a Havyard-designed PSV.

Singapore shippers’ see fresh hope of regulatory reform for liner shipping following China’s rejection of the P3 alliance.

Northport, the smaller of the two operators at Port Klang, sees its MYR350m ($136m) investment in its new wharf 8 as key to preparing itself for the future, local reports quoted ceo Abi Sofian Abdul Hamid as saying.

The Nova Tankers Pool is shutting up shop as partners go their own way with their tanker fleets.

Another former Vinalines senior executive has been arrested for embezzlement.

Malaysia’s offshore vessels builder Nam Cheong has won an order for two accommodation work barges (AWBs) worth around $84m to a repeat customer Perdana Petroleum.

A proposed $10bn coal port expansion in Australia was shelved by its sponsors last Friday due to the anticipated lack of demand for the extra capacity.

China Shipping Development Co (CSDC) has acquired a 20% stake in tanker shipowner Shanghai Northsea Shipping.

Denmark’s Terntank has exercised options to build two LNG-powered 15,000 dwt product tankers at China’s Avic Dingheng Shipbuilding.

China’s Ningbo port has made improvements to its port transport and production through the acceleration of its transformation into a modern logistics port, reports said.

Headlines Asia

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