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Vincent Wee

News Editor

Hong Kong
Vincent Wee is Lloyd’s List’s Asia-Pacific news editor based in Hong Kong. He handles coverage through Asian hours, co-ordinating with the Asian team in Singapore and China editor Cichen Shen based in Hong Kong, and working alongside the global news team. He has previously covered the maritime industry at The Business Times in Singapore and as Seatrade’s Hong Kong correspondent, handling a wide range of industry issues.

Latest From Vincent Wee

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The measure comes into immediate effect and was created by the Philippines government to ensure that seafarers are accorded speedy and safe travel, subject to health protocols mandated by the government

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Intra-Asia feeders adapt to supply chain changes

Nimble feeder lines such as RCL and Wan Hai are reacting to shifting patterns in supply chains by revamping services to take in emerging markets and boost connectivity

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Time is right for fledgling Guinea shipping line

GSC plans to set up a platform that will provide shipping services for all mining concessions in Guinea that are coming up for production

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MOL to cut 40 vessels from fleet to reduce costs

MOL will expand its liquefied natural gas business to include floating storage and regasification units, LNG-to-power ships as well greater involvement in LNG bunkering, while also develop new energy-related businesses such as wind power generation and strengthening strategies for liquefied chemical logistics

Japan Dry Bulk

Domestic logjams are main barrier in crew-change problem

Singapore boosts position as crew-change hub by further relaxing conditions and allowing seafarers to stay up to 48 hours in transit at two designated facilities

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