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WESTPORT REPORTS MASSIVE PROFIT

Port and terminal operator Westport Holdings Bhd saw a net profit increase of 10.22% in Q1, 2015, as it took around US$33.7 million due to increased throughput and efficiency at its ports.Wholesale Oakley Sunglasses

PTI previously reported that Westports is planning to build a $300m container terminal – entitled container terminal 8 (CT8) – to be built over the next three years.

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US PORTS PREPARE FOR PANAMA PANDEMONIUM

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In a bid to prepare for the fast-approaching deadline of the Panama Canal Expansion project, which is due to be completed in early 2016, ports in the US are scrambling to expand in preparation for the surge in trade activity that will ensue. cheap android phone

PTI previously reported on the Panama Canal’s April update, showing that the project has reached its electro-mechanical stage of its installation, meaning that it can now move into the final stage of development.online shopping mobile

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SHIPPING IS "MOST CORRUPT INDUSTRY"

Global shipping has been announced as the most corrupt industry in comparison to any other after it was discovered that it had experienced the most cases of corruption, according to Alexandra Wrage, the President and Founder of anti-bribery compliance expert Trace.Cheap Oakley Sunglasses

PTI has previously reported on a number of corruption cases, including a Tanzanian Port Authority boss who was suspended indefinitely after allegedly violating procurement procedures.oakley sunglasses Cheapoakley sunglasses Outlet oakley sunglasses Sale oakley womens sunglasses

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2ND GST BRIEFING - 12TH NOVEMBER 2014 AT WESTPORTS

Westports Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. is organizing the 2nd GST Briefing as above thus you're cordially invited to attend said event accordingly.

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SINGAPORE UNCOVERS FORWARDER CARTEL

Singapore's Competition Commission (CCS) has issued a provisional notice to 11 forwarders operating services to the country from Japan that they have infringed section 34 of its competition laws.

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