SHIN YANG SHIPPING SDN.BHD
|Shin Yang Shipping Sdn. Bhd.
|Sublot 153 (Parent Lot 70),
|Jalan Kuala Baram,
|Kuala Baram, 98100 Miri,
About SHIN YANG SHIPPING SDN.BHD
The Shipping Sector of SHIN YANG Shipping Corporation Berhad began in the early 80s with only a few wooden tugs and steel hull barges. Domestically, most of the vessels are used to transport timber products from the interior parts of Sarawak. Cargoes are also shipped to other ports in Peninsular Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, the Philippines and Indonesia. Being domestic in nature, SHIN YANG Shipping concentrates in the transportation of loose bulk and container cargoes such as timber logs, sawn timber, plywood, quarry, cement, glue, lubricants, project cargoes. Car containers, timber products, light equipments, heavy machineries, vehicles, metal plates, steel products, flour, spare parts and many more plying Miri, Bintulu, Singapore and Port Klang on a regular basis
In August 1994, Shinline Sdn Bhd, a member of SHIN YANG Shipping Corporation Berhad, was established to serve the international shipping sector. It began operation in January 1995, marked by the maiden voyage of its first vessel “M.V. Melinau Satu” to Japan. The company also uses its vessels for time charter, container carrier and bulk carrier. Currently, Shinline with a total work force of 150 operates 5 ocean liners that call at various ports in South East Asia, Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, India and Papua New Guinea transporting various types of general cargoes including machineries, timber and steel products and many more to be shipped to their respective destination with speed and to the satisfaction of the characters”.
The company is reputed to be capable of providing an excellent shipping service both on domestic and international level in the shipping hub of the region. With the strong support of the government in providing and maintaining the basic port infrastructure facilities, shipping, shipbuilding and its related marine field have contributed a lot to the growth and development of the State’s economy
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