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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

Autonomous ships platform project launched

Many ports see being prepared for autonomous navigation as part of plans to be future-ready

International Ports and Logistics

DHL maintains strategy in face of tighter supply chains

Lower volumes in eastbound transpacific and Asia-Europe trades confirmed. Elsewhere, strong demand is being seen in intra-Asia and Asia-Oceania

Asia Pacific Containers

Another bulker detained in Australia for crew violations

MUA said massive underpayment of wages was discovered when the vessel docked in Brisbane earlier in July, and although the crew was paid the $93,000 they were owed, once the vessel left port the Burmese seafarers were allegedly intimidated by ship officers to hand back the wages in question to shipmanagement

Australia Dry Bulk

New Hill Dickinson Singapore office head to drive future growth

Despite the severe disruption to the markets created by the pandemic, Singapore remains one of the world’s most vibrant maritime centres and a tremendously exciting place for a leading maritime law firm to be, said Mr Lee

Singapore Law

Hong Kong crew change suspension dismays unions

The unions said they expected the government to improve the current policy and advocate the appropriate crew change in Hong Kong under the principle of securing public health and safety

Hong Kong Crewing

ICTSI signs deal for Cameroon port terminal

The expansion will include additional modern handling equipment, storage facilities and modern IT platforms

Cameroon Ports and Logistics
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