Company Overview of Pacific International Lines (Private) Limited
Pacific International Lines (Private) Limited operates in the shipping and container manufacturing business. It provides container liner services to the Far East, Europe, the Black Sea, Canada, the Indian sub-continent, the Red Sea/Gulf, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Latin America, and the west coast of the United States; and multi-purpose services for project and breakbulk shipments from the Far East to Africa and Asia. The company also provides feeder services covering a range of ports in South East Asia, the Bay of Bengal, the East Coast of India, and the Pacific Islands. In addition, it offers logistic services, such as forward hubbing, transport optimization, export suite, trade, and ...
No. 03-00, PIL Building
140 Cecil Street
Founded in 1967
Key Executives for Pacific International Lines (Private) Limited
Managing Director and Director
Executive Director of Finance and Executive Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Pacific International Lines (Private) Limited Key Developments
Pacific International Lines (Private) Limited Presents at 14th Annual Marine Money Singapore Ship Finance Forum, Sep-22-2015 09:20 AM
Sep 15 15
Pacific International Lines (Private) Limited Presents at 14th Annual Marine Money Singapore Ship Finance Forum, Sep-22-2015 09:20 AM. Venue: St. Regis Hotel, Singapore. Speakers: Lisa Teo, Executive Director Corporate Development.
PSA International Pte Ltd Enters into New Joint Venture Agreement with Pacific International Lines and Beibu Gulf Port Group
Jun 10 15
PSA International Pte Ltd. (PSA) established itself as the first and only global terminal operator in the Guangxi-Beibu Gulf region by signing a joint venture agreement with Beibu Gulf Port Group (BPG) and Pacific International Lines (PIL) in Qinzhou City (Guangxi Province, China) to operate a new container terminal - BEIBU GULF-PSA International Container Terminal Co. Ltd. (BPCT). The joint venture terminal is PSA's first foray in the South-Western China. The terminal will support the container trade growth in the region and serve the vast hinterlands of Guangxi, Sichuan, Chongqing and Hunan. It will also connect the region to key shipping routes linking China to ASEAN countries, East Africa & the under the action plan for the one belt, one road development, which the Chinese Government issued on 28 March 2015. The joint venture will operate and manage a total quay length of 1,533m, a designed capacity of 3 million TEUs per annum, and be developed into a world-class facility to service the mega container vessels plying the maritime trade routes. It will also be equipped with Super-Post Panamax quay cranes (of 23-row outreach) and provide a water-depth of 15.1 metres. Commencement of operations is expected in the fourth quarter of 2015.
Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd., K Line and Pacific International Lines to Launch New China Straits Express Service
Apr 9 15
Hanjin Shipping Co. Ltd., K Line and Pacific International Lines announced that they will launch the new China Straits Express service. Jointly operated by Hanjin Shipping, K Line and Pacific International Lines, this new service will be operated on a weekly basis with 4 of 2,500 TEU class vessels, taking effect on April 20th, 2015. The new service will cover ports in China, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam and detailed port rotation is as follows: Qingdao - Shanghai - Ningbo - Laem Chabang - Singapore - Port Klang - Laem Chabang - Hochiminh City - Xiamen - Qingdao. Hanjin Shipping explains that introduction of this new service will enhance Hanjin Shipping and participating carriers network and service competitiveness by meeting needs within the region, covering China and parts of South East Asia directly.
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