Singapore's maritime port authority (MPA) has just released its throughput numbers for 2014. The port's container throughput hit the 33.9 million teu mark in 2014, up 4% from the 32.6 million teu registered in 2013. This means the hub again is ... Transport Journal, 19 hours ago
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Please find below a list of bunker suppliers by volume sold in 2014, according to the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA). Lists for 2013, 2012 and 2011 have also been provided. LIST OF ALL BUNKER SUPPLIERS BY VOLUME SOLD IN 2014. 1 BP ...Bunker Index, 6 days ago No Change to Singapore's Top 5 Bunker Suppliers in 2014 Ship & Bunker, 5 days ago BP tops Singapore's list of marine fuel suppliers for 11th year Economic Times, 6 days ago
SINGAPORE: Six officers from the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), four specialists from the Ministry of Transport's Air Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) and two officers from the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) who were ...Channel NewsAsia, 1 week ago AirAsia QZ8501 black box found, say Indonesia authorities The Malaysian Times, 2 weeks ago MPA Singapore Launches Port Management Programme World Maritime News, 1 month ago MPA training overseas port and maritime officials Sea Ship News, 1 month ago
Singapore: The Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore has insisted that the oil spill from Friday's collision between a bulker and a tanker is not as bad as first feared. Following the collision between Libyan-registered oil tanker ...Sea Ship News, 2 weeks ago Oil leak cleanup continues off Singapore TCE Today, 2 weeks ago MPA Says No More Oil Spill from Tanker-Bulk Carrier Collision Off Singapore Rigzone, 2 weeks ago Oil tanker and bulker collide in Singapore Baird Maritime, 2 weeks ago
SINGAPORE, 2nd January, 2015 (WAM) — A Libyan crude tanker spilled some of its cargo off Singapore after colliding with another ship on Friday, Bloomberg TV has reported.
About 4,500 metric tons of crude were spilled, according to the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. The Alyarmouk, owned and registered in Libya, collided with the Sinar Kapuas, a dry-bulk ship, in waters northeast of Pedra Branca island, ...Federation of Arab News Agencies, 3 weeks ago Libyan tanker spills 4500 tons of crude after collision near Singapore Zawya.com, 3 weeks ago Libyan Oil Tanker Spills Crude After Collision Near Singapore La Repubblica, 3 weeks ago Libyan Tanker Spills Crude After Collision Near Singapore Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, 3 weeks ago
zoom Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has informed shipping, harbor craft and pleasure craft communities in Singapore's waters that theSungei Changi dredging scheme will be undertaken from January 5th until June 5th, 2015. ...Dredging Today, 4 weeks ago Maritime community and port authority raise $400,000 for charity through golf event Asiaone, 1 month ago MPA and maritime community raise $400,000 for Community Chest and MPA's adopted charities Noodls, 1 month ago Maritime community raises S$400,000 for ComChest and beneficiaries Today Online, 1 month ago
work will be carried out for the construction of a jetty near Lorong Halus Jetty. According to the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore Port Marine Notice No.141 of 2014 dated 25 November 2014, the work will be conducted 24 hours daily ...Marine Link, 2 months ago
26 Jan 2015 Concrete from the existing berths and yards will be cut up, crushed and recycled for use in the upgrading at Jurong Port Singapore's Jurong Port is recycling concrete and using other green construction methods to build what is ...Port Strategy, 2 hours ago Jurong Port Green Berth Initiative Port Technology International, 5 hours ago Singapore to be home of world's first green berths Channel NewsAsia, 1 day ago
Shanghai widened the gap between its closest competitor, Singapore, in 2014. The latest annual box handling figures for 2014 shows Shanghai has again pulled ahead as the busiest container port in the world, having widened the lead it had over ...Ship & Bunker, 6 days ago Shanghai retains busiest container port crown Today Online, 1 week ago Shanghai Widens Lead as World's Busiest Container Port GCaptain, 1 week ago Shanghai Widens Lead Over Singapore as World's Busiest Box Port Bloomberg, 1 week ago
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TOKYO -- Southeast Asian countries are rushing to build much-needed port infrastructure to handle the surge in maritime trade, with the Philippines and Indonesia leading the pack with huge investments. The Port of Manila, which handles 80% of the ...Nikkei Asian Review, 1 week ago
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