On August 2, 2020, Malayan Towage and Salvage Corp.-Subic (MTSC-Subic) provided harbor towage services to two LNG tankers at anchorage in Subic Bay. The tankers, M/T LNG Methane Shirley Elizabeth and M/T LNG Lerici, engaged in ship-to-ship transfer of liquefied natural gas cargo. A MTSC tug was also deployed for tending services during the ship-to-ship operations as part of the safety protocol during cargo transfer. MTSC-Subic, continues to be the towage company of choice for...
We want to inform our clients, partners, and stakeholders the health and safety of our colleagues, our clients, and
business relations are our primary concern. Like our clients, MTSC is part of large supply chain, as we have been for
over 40 years, and we continue to dedicate ourselves to supporting our
client's business in this period of uncertainty, in close consultation
with all parties involved. We’re in this together.
As part of Quezon Power Plant’s annual shutdown and preventative maintenance program, MTSC was hired to survey the plant’s sweater intake pipeline; clean the intake and outfall structures and survey and replace cathodic protection for intake and outtake structure. MTSC has been working with Quezon Power Plant on their preventative maintenance program for over 8 years.
Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation (MTSC) partnered as co-salvor with SMIT Salvage to refloat the chemical tanker, MT Chemitech, which ran aground near
Bolinao (Philippines)in early December 2019.Salvage operations were carried out in close consultation with the relevant local authorities and the tanker was safely refloated.
Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation’s (MTSC) MT Vigilant (4,000 BHP) was contracted by Nippon Salvage to support the towage of the MV Diamond Highway from Subic Bay to Cebu.