NOL Shipmanager Wins Top Award

Wednesday, September 26, 2007
The ship management arm of container transportation and logistics group NOL has received the Excellence in Training Development accolade at the Singapore International Maritime Awards 2007. Neptune Shipmanagement Services (Pte) Ltd (NSSPL), which is responsible for running the ship fleet of NOL’s container shipping business, APL, received the award at a gala ceremony in Singapore. The awards, which are judged by independent panel, acknowledge the recipients’ excellence and their contribution to the development of Singapore as an international maritime centre.

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