SES exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Marine Shipping. Location Singapore, Singapore.

Samudera Shipping Line Ltd [S56.SISingapore

0.83USD0.015 (-1.81%)

• At close Mon Oct 03 2022

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About Samudera Shipping Line Ltd

Samudera Shipping Line Ltd engages in the transportation of containerized and non-containerized cargo to various ports in Southeast Asia, the Indian Sub-continent, the Far East, and the Middle East. It operates through three segments: Container Shipping, Bulk and Tanker, and Agencies & Logistics. The company provides feeder services between its hub port in Singapore and other spoke ports in Asia to main line operators; liner services to traders and freight forwarders; and inter-regional container shipping services to manufacturers, exporters, and importers. It also offers shipping services for oil, chemical, gas, and liquefied products, as well as dry bulk transportation, warehousing, freight forwarding, and cargo handling services. In addition, the company provides shipping agency services; and owns, operates, and charters vessels. It operates a fleet of 32 vessels, including 29 container vessels, 2 chemical tankers, and 1 gas tanker. The company was incorporated in 1993 and is headquartered in Singapore. Samudera Shipping Line Ltd is a subsidiary of PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk.

Samudera Shipping Line Ltd is primarily engaged in the Container Shipping and Bulk & Tanker business.

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