MTSC started providing harbor
docking and undocking to its clients in Manila North and South Harbor
July 16, 2018. It stationed the MT Mangyan (2,400HP) and MT Sikatuna
(2,600HP) to service clients' vessels calling Asian Terminal
Incorporated and Manila International Container Terminal. "MTSC
serves clients in Subic, Bataan, Batangas, Cagayan de Oro, and Davao.
It was those same clients who expressed keen interest to support MTSC if
it stationed its tugs in Manila to support their...
The Philippines was host to Shell's "Shell Arat Ng Silangan Exercise 2018" held on June 22nd and June 26th to 28th 2018. The two and half day table top exercise was designed to train members of Shell's Global Response Support Network (GRSN) with a particular focus on, but not limited to, members of the Asia Russia Australia (ARAT) region in addition to meeting Shell Tabangao's HSSE respone requirements and to continuously improve Shell's global readiness profile. The exercise simulated a...
On June 18, 2018, Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation (MTSC) was hired to dispatch its 8,200-break horsepower salvage vessel, MT Trabajador-1, to escort the distressed vessel, MV “Isao”, from its position near Morong, Bataan, Philippines to the port of Subic Bay, Philippines. The hirer; Hamburg-based Rickmers Shipmanagement, through its broker, U.K.-based Marint (Offshore Services) Ltd, promptly firmed up the hire of the MT Trabajador-1, and MTSC successfully and safely aided the vessel to...
On May 1, 2018, MCC Transport awarded MTSC a two-year docking and undocking contract to exclusively service all of its foreign and domestic vessel calls in the highly strategic ports of Batangas and Subic Bay. MTSC competed with service providers nation-wide in an online "Dutch Auction" to bag the contract which will be valid from May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2020. MTSC previously held a two-year contract with MCC Transport which covered just Subic Bay. MTSC welcomes the addition...
On February 24, 2018, MTSC successfully re-floated the world-famous exploration vessel, PANGAEA. MTSC was hired by the PANGAEA's owner, Mike Horn, to deploy MTSC's 8,200HP salvage vessel, the MT Trabajdor-1, together with its team of salvage experts, after attempts by another Philippine salvage company failed to re-float the PANGEA. The PANGAEA ran aground near Mischief Reef on December 31, 2017 while its owner, Mike Horn, was on a four year globe spanning sailing...