• 13
    Oct

    Over 1,000 to meet for transport conference

    The Straits Times by ZHAKI ABDULLAH

    More than 1,000 transport officials and professionals from over 40 countries will meet here next week for the Singapore International Transport Congress and Exhibition (SITCE). First held in 2013, SITCE will begin next Wednesday and is organised by… More

  • 13
    Oct

    PSA invests in China's rail container network

    The Straits Times by JACQUELINE WOO

    Singapore-based PSA International is aiming for a slice of the expected major growth in China's railway container network. The global port operator has invested in a Sino-foreign joint venture with a mandate from Beijing to develop and operate 18 railway… More

  • 07
    Oct

    SATS a good long-term bet but sit tight for now

    The Business Times by NISHA RAMCHANDANI

    GROUND-HANDLER SATS is continuing to build its footprint overseas, which places it in good stead for long-term growth, but investors might want to sit tight for now. The stock of SATS has climbed from S$4.22 on July 1 to a peak of S$5.11 on Sept 21.… More

  • 05
    Oct

    Frontline staff on MD's advisory board

    The Business Times

    FEDEX has a unique way of staff engagement: the managing director's advisory board is made up of frontline staff. This way the staff is able to contribute to the company's operations by making valuable suggestions and this helps the company to enhance… More

  • 05
    Oct

    Thumbs up for 3 out of 5 sectors

    The Business Times by NARENDRA AGGARWAL

    CUSTOMER satisfaction is improving in some of Singapore's most important sectors. New findings from the Institute of Service Excellence at Singapore Management University show that the public education, air transport and land transport sectors have… More

  • 03
    Oct

    Placing people at the heart of the company

    The Straits Times by WONG WEI HAN

    Measuring the success of a company's leader is complex. Achieving sustainable business growth is one benchmark while improving efficiency is another. The bottom line always plays a key role too. For UPS Singapore managing director Michelle Ho, appointed… More

  • 30
    Sep

    EDBI invests in American cyber security company

    The Straits Times

    EDBI, the investment arm of the Singapore Economic Development Board, has invested in United States-based Shape Security, which helps businesses defend against cyber attacks on Web and mobile applications. EDBI contributed to Shape's US$40 million (S$54.5… More

  • 21
    Sep

    Key shareholders of Poh Tiong Choon Logistics to review their holdings

    The Business Times by LYNETTE KHOO

    Singapore THE co-founders of Poh Tiong Choon Logistics (PTC Logistics) and some substantial shareholders, who collectively hold a 41.3 per cent interest, are seeking a strategic review of their stakes. They have sent a letter dated Sept 19 to the company,… More

  • 21
    Sep

    S'pore keen to join pilot phase of UN carbon offset scheme for aviation

    The Business Times by NISHA RAMCHANDANI

    Singapore SINGAPORE has joined a number of countries that have indicated their willingness to participate in the pilot phase of the carbon offset and reduction scheme for international aviation (Corsia) that will be put to a vote at the upcoming International… More

  • 20
    Sep

    UPS to launch 3D printing facility in Singapore

    The Business Times by VIVIEN SHIAO

    Singapore LOGISTICS provider UPS said on Monday that it will be opening an on-demand 3D printing factory in Singapore by the end of this year in partnership with additive manufacturing solutions provider Fast Radius. It is UPS's first 3D printing network… More