THREE out of four maritime bonds on the radar of a maritime research consultancy fell over the first half of 2018, hit by the double whammy of trade war fears and a hard landing for container...

SINGAPORE'S raison d'etrewas its port, as Minister Mentor Lee Kuan Yew said in the inaugural Singapore Maritime Lecture in 2007. From its earliest days in 1820 as a hub for entrepot trade,...

"WE Singaporeans do not realise how important Singapore is as a maritime centre," remarks S S Teo, who recently took over the reins at Pacific International Lines from his father, shipping...

THE founding chairman of family-owned Pacific International Lines (PIL), Chang Yun Chung, is handing the baton to his son, Teo Siong Seng after 51 years at the helm of the largest Singapore-owned...

CONTAINERS are not just for shipping shoes and apparel or even seafood across oceans. Modified versions of these metal structures are now used to rear fish in at least six provinces across China.

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TEO Siong Seng, or SS Teo, as he is known in shipping circles, describes Pacific International Lines (PIL), the business he inherits, as "a street fighter"...