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  • Port news, Published:
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    Singapore, Singapore

    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to extend Maritime Welfare Fee Concession.

    The current Maritime Welfare Fee concession of 100% waiver for vessels with port stay of not more than five days was part of the economic relief measure to help the industry. It took effect from 1st October 2012 for a period of five years, and is expected to end on 30th September 2017. In light of the challenges facing the shipping industry, the MPA will be extending this economic relief measure by another 27 months up till 31th December 2019. This will assist to defray costs to the industry in the short term. Furthermore, The MPA has informed that from 1st January 2020 to 31st December 2022, vessels with port stay of not more than five days will benefit a 50% waiver on the Maritime Welfare Fee to be paid. 

    For more information:
    Wilhelmsen Singapore at (+65) 6395 4545

  • Port news, Published:
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    Mississippi River

    Further water levels decrease on the Mississippi River.

    Expected water depth at American locations: New Orleans 140 cm (4.61 ft), Reserve 220 cm (7.22 ft), Donaldsonville 286 cm (9.37 ft), Baton Rogue 501 cm (16.44 ft), Red River Landing 985 cm (32.32 ft). For the coming weeks the levels are expected to increase slightly.

    In measure of tonnage, the largest port district in the world is located along the Mississippi River delta in Louisiana. The Port of South Louisiana is one of the largest volume ports in the US, representing 500 million tons of shipped goods per year. Shipping at the lower end of the Mississippi is focused on petroleum and petroleum products, iron and steel, grain, rubber, paper, wood, coffee, coal, chemicals, and edible oils. 

    For more information:
    Wilhelmsen New Orleans at (+1) 504 739-7100

  • Port news, Published:
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    Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    Tropical storm Hato to affect ports at southern Taiwan coast.

    It is forecasted that typhoon will pass the Port of Kaohsiung on 22th August 2017. Expect port closures, operation stoppages, power outages and tropical storm conditions. Winds and gusts are expected to reach up to 80 km/h on 21th August and up to 130 km/h on 22th August evening hours. Typhoon current position is 20.0 N / 125.0 E and heading WNW at 13 km/h. Maximum significant wave height varies between 3,5 m and 4,0 m. Currently, Kaohsiung port is still operational with all the services available. Further updates regarding Typhoon development and port operational status will be published in due course.

    For more information:
    Wilhelmsen Kaohsiung at (+886) 7 531 8161

  • Event, Published: (Wilhelmsen Ships Service, Ships agency)
    Shipping 2030 Asia in Singapore Novotel Clarke Quay 177A River Valley Road, Singapore 179031

    Shipping 2030 Asia in Singapore

    Join us at Shipping 2030 from 5-6 Sept 2017 as Marius Johansen, VP Business Solutions & Marketing at Wilhelmsen Ships Agency provides his insights into maritime innovations as a panelist speaker on "The Innovation Imperative"
  • Contact,

    Evelyn Lim

    Sales Process Manager

  • Contact,

    Francis Lai

    Technical Product Manager, HVAC

  • Port news, Published:
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    Egyptian Ports

    The current situation overview at main Egyptian ports.

    • Port of Damietta: all dry bulk berths are occupied, with 9 vessels at anchorage and 17 expected (2-3 days berthing delay for dry bulk cargoes), furthermore there are 1-2 days delay expected for tanker vessels;
    • Port of Adabiya: all dry bulk berths are occupied, with 4 vessels waiting and 10 expected (2-3 days delay), no delays for tanker vessels;
    • Port of El Dekhila: all berths are occupied, with 9 vessels waiting and 3 expected (3-4 days delay subject to cargo sample results for grains);
    • Port of Abu Qir: no berthing delays expected, with no vessels at anchorage and 5 expected. Berths no. 4 and 5 are still working with half capacity as the port is heavily used by offshore vessels.

    For more information:
    Wilhelmsen Alexandria at (+20) 3 484 3510

  • Port news, Published:
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    Wellington, New Zealand

    Ongoing work to get the Port of Wellington as fully operational as possible after the earthquake continues.

    Port access was partially closed off for rail line replacement work which is causing traffic disruption. Gantry cranes and container terminal are still out of operation, however according to unofficial information, they will be ready for testing in August 2017. Currently, geared box ships have priority over all other vessels.

    Furthermore, Centreport intends to remove earthquake-prone buildings. A metal curtain will be erected alongside Waterloo Quay this month in preparation for the demolition of the former MSC (“Seaworks”) and Shed 29/G&A buildings.

    For more information:
    Wilhelmsen Wellington at (+64) 4 473 4460

  • Port news, Published:
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    The Turkish Straits

    The current situation overview at the Turkish Straits.

    Today, on 18th August vessel traffic both ways will be suspended at the Bosphorus strait due to passage of oil drilling platform Amazone. Vessel traffic at the Dardanelles Strait is currently in service with no suspensions pending for both, North bound and South bound passages.

    Estimated delays for panamax, aframax, suezmax tankers: 24-48 hrs at Dardanelles for Northbound passage; 24-60 hrs at Bosphorus for Northbound passage; 12-24 hrs at Bosphorus for Southbound passage; 12-24 hrs at Dardanelles for Southbound passage.

    Handysize tankers will be forced to wait approximately 12-24 hrs at Dardanelles for Northbound passage, 72-96 hrs at Bosphorus for Northbound passage, 48-72 hrs at Bosphorus for Southbound passage, 12-24 hrs at Dardanelles for Southbound passage. 

    For more information:
    Wilhelmsen Istanbul at (+90) 216 681 3300

  • Contact,

    Jun Xiong Tan

    Safety Service Coordinator, WSS Safety Svc Admin

    Phone: + 63954964