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06 June 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:22 GMT+2

March 19, 2019

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The Singamas Chinese announces the possible cession of five companies of the group

They could yield approximately between 521 and 596 million dollars

The Chinese group Singamas, specialized in the production of container and the logistic activities correlated to the transport of the container, has announced the possible cession to third party of five society integrally controlled. Draft of the Qidong Singamas Energy Equipment Co. (QSCL), company of Qidong that has a factory of 544 square metres with other structures for 150 thousand meters that a annual productive ability to 270 thousand has container for cargos dries and 60 thousand container refrigerator, of the Qidong Pacific Port Co. (QPPC), society of Qidong that has an area of 124 thousand square metres for storage of the containers and is active also in the harbour field, of the Qingdao Pacific Container Co. (QPCL), society of Qingdao that is situated in presses of the ports of Qingdao and Huangdao and that it has a factory of 200 thousand square metres that container for special cargos realizes dries and container with a annual ability pairs to 120 thousand teu, of the Ningbo Pacific Container Co. (NPCL), company situated in the province of Zhejiang that has a factory of 220 thousand square metres that it produces container for cargos dries with a annual ability to 110 thousand teu, and the Singamas Container Holdings (Shanghai) Ltd. (SCSL), society of Shanghai that takes care mainly of the planning of container and storage of container.

The Chinese group previews that the potential cessions could yield between 3,5 billion and 4,0 billion the yuan (521-596 million dollars).


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