The Maritime Safety Administration of the People’s Republic of China on Wednesday (7 September) said five shipping companies in China have been nominated to be granted the ‘safe and honest company’ title for their safety and integrity.
The five companies are:
Meanwhile, another 29 shipping companies were nominated to maintain their annual endorsement for being ‘safe and honest’ companies:
The proposed title awards came after the department reviewed and evaluated the shipping companies’ applications according to its “Administrative Measures for Safe and Honest Shipping Companies” (Maritime Safety  No. 258).
If any party or individual believes that any of the companies does not meet the selection conditions stipulated in the “Administrative Measures for Safe and Honest Shipping Companies” (Maritime Safety  No. 258), they may orally or in writing lodge a report to the Maritime Safety Administration within the announcement period, which ends on 29 September.
Current ISO 8217 bunker fuel standard not comprehensive enough for biofuels; National Mirror Committee working with local players to develop more comprehensive biofuels standard for Singapore, says Capt. Rahul.
‘There are some important differences between VLSFO and biofuels, and as a result, parties should consider whether additional changes should be made to biofuel bunker contracts,’ says Paul Collier.
Quek Rong Hong first joined Shell sometime in 2005 and had held the position of Blending Specialist from November 2017. At the time of arrest, his monthly basic salary was about SGD 4,300, showed documents.
Glencore previously commenced Singapore International Arbitration Centre Emergency Applications against Straits Pinnacle but those applications were dismissed, according to documents obtained by Manifold Times.
Captain Segar, MPA Assistant Chief Executive, Operations, to be also joining IBIA for the game where proceeds will be channelled into an IBIA Bursary Fund for supporting students to obtain a maritime studies degree.
‘Consort Bunkers will be operating the youngest bunkering fleet in Singapore after complete delivery of the ‘K’ series vessels by late-2023,’ Mr SK Yeo, Founder of Consort Bunkers, tells Manifold Times.