January 10, 2020, Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation (MTSC) hosted a company-wide event themed “MTSC -
Charting a New Course for the New Decade.” Attended by sea and land-based
employees from all three of MTSC’s operations hubs (Batangas, Cagayan de Oro,
and Subic Bay), the event celebrated the accomplishments over the past several years and summarized
how the company was evolving to meet the changing maritime industry landscape.
employees enjoyed dinner, raffle...
As part of its annual community outreach program, Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation partnered with Missionaries of Charity, Sisters of Mother Teresa in Barangay Sta. Cruz, Antipolo. MTSC employees spent a day with orphaned children and also collected donations.
Towage and Salvage Corporation (MTSC) and the Philippine Institute of Petroleum
(PIP) members completed the fourth and final Waterborne Industry Spill
Equipment oil spill response exercise for 2019 in Sasa, Davao (Davao
City). Attended by WISE stake holders (Petron, Chevron, Shell, Total,
PTT, and Isla Petroleum) and local government regulatory bodies, including
Philippine Coast Guard, the exercise comprised of a table-top session with
group exercises in spill management and a...
Ben Line Agencies
Philippines has renewed its exclusive service agreement for tug services with
Malayan Towage and Salvage Corporation (MTSC) on November 9, 2019. The
agreement took effect November 9, 2019 and will cover the ports of Subic Bay,
Batangas, and Cagayan De Oro. MTSC and Ben Line first entered into the tug
service agreement November 9, 2017.
MTSC responded to a Tier 1
spill at JG PetroChem, immediately deploying personnel to carry out spill
containment and product dispersant. MTSC and JG Petrochem carried out the
operation in close consultation with the relevant local authorities. MTSC operates an oil spill
response hub in Batangas Bay where it maintains a warehouse with spill response
equipment and personnel for 24/7 deployment.