Tuesday, February 27, 2001 Maritime News

MISC Bond Issue Not Happening

Feb 27, 2001

Malaysia International Shipping Corp (MSIC) said on Tuesday it had no immediate plan to issue any bonds. Replying to a stock exchange query, the Malaysian flag

Brokers: Shell Considers Single Hull Ban Through Bosphorus

Feb 27, 2001

Shell is considering a self-imposed ban on single-hulled tankers for cargoes coming through the Bosphorus from the Black Sea. "They're considering demanding double-hulls

Port Plans $105M Investment

Feb 27, 2001

Malaysia's Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) intends to buy more than 400 million ringgit ($105 million) of equipment to handle an expected rise in container shipments.

Guangzhou Shipyard To Post Losses

Feb 27, 2001

China's Guangzhou Shipyard International Co. Ltd. expects to post significant losses for last year due to a provision for asset depreciation. The firm "wishes to

 

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