SINANJU Partners with SpecTec

Press Release
Monday, April 18, 2011

SINANJU joins the list of SpecTec’s ever growing distinguished customers by committing to AMOS2 Enterprise Suite. The project includes interfacing to third party accounting system; database construction, training and implementation.

SINANJU was incorporated in 1992 and primary business is providing barging and shipping services in Singapore’s waters.

The company commenced its business with a modest start and has since diversified into owning and operating steel bunker tankers. It currently operates a total of 9 tankers and is now largely focused on barging and shipping services as its core business.

SINANJU is constantly reviewing and improving their capabilities and competencies in the shipping arena to ensure they deliver only the best to their clienteles. Coupled with SINANJU’s commitment towards safety, SINANJU have attracted and are partnering with oil majors in their business dealings.

Source: SpecTec

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