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Winning’s High Growth by Monthly 5.4 million Tons of Cargo in Low Market August 02, 2013

At the beginning of 2013, Winning International Group designed a new series of packages to meet the growing cargo volume from Indonesia’s shippers and domestic receivers, with the aim to reach a total cargo volume of 50 million tons by the end of 2013. In July this year, we achieved our projection for the month and […]
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Lianhe Zaobao Interviews Winning International Group President Sun Xiushun June 02, 2013

The editor of Singapore’s leading Chinese newspaper Lianhe Zaobao, Mr Tee Ming San, interviewed Winning International Group President Mr Sun Xiushun on 2 June 2013 regarding his entrepreneurial journey. The article detailed Mr Sun’s corporate development philosophy, his innovative business strategies, and the Group’s rapid development. During the interview, Mr Sun shared from many aspects […]
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Winning Awarded Prestigious Maritime Concession Scheme By Singapore’s Maritime and Port Authority April 11, 2013

On 11 April 2013, Winning International Group received the prestigious Maritime Sector Incentive ─ Approved International Shipping Enterprise (MSI-AIS) Honors at the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore’s (MPA) 2013 International Maritime Awards. Singapore’s Minister of Transport, Mr Lui Tuck Yew, presented the award to Winning International Group President, Mr Sun Xiushun. Also present at […]
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Ship Management Seminar in Qingdao January 28, 2013

Together with three other ship management companies, Sea Star, Fengshui and Stella, Winning held a Ship Management Seminar in Qingdao on 25 January 2013. The Seminar aimed to build an information sharing platform and realize some common views on cost control, safety control, crew team development, and others. In addition, issues such as technical communication […]
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Winning International Group (Headquarter) held its Annual Dinner Party January 07, 2013

With plenty of games, song and dance performances, and a lucky draw, Winning International Group’s Annual Dinner Party was a memorable affair for the 50 staff and their relatives who attended the event. Held at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore on 29 December, the event kicked off with Group President Sun Xiushun’s New Year speech, […]
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Group President, Mr Sun Xiushun addresses University students November 16, 2012

Winning International Group President, Mr Sun Xiushun, was invited by both the Shanghai Maritime University and Jiangsu Marine College to partake in campus discussions with their teachers and students. He spoke on 5 November at the Shanghai Maritime University, and again on 6 November in Nanjing at the Jiangsu Maritime College. Jiangsu Maritime College At […]
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Commodities Report: Supply Boom Upends Oil Market October 27, 2012

Only a few months ago, traders and investors were fretting about whether tensions in the Middle East and production problems elsewhere would lead to a shortage of crude oil. Now, many are worried there may be too much. Forecasters say that in the fourth quarter, global oil output will top demand by more than 630,000 […]
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Fall in iron and steel prices shuts down 40% Chinese mines October 03, 2012

The Chinese iron ore and steel industry has painted a gloomy outlook for the sector with officials revealing that roughly 40 per cent of the country’s iron mines have shut down because of low prices. The bearish tone at the annual gathering backed by the China Iron and Steel Association was reinforced yesterday by Baosteel, […]
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Naming and Launching Ceremony for MV “Winning Angel” and MV “Winning Bright” September 04, 2012

The welcome dinner at Jinshi International hotel on 4 September 2012 with about 260 prominent leaders from the shipping and other industries. Naming and launching ceremony on 5 September 2012 at Quay No. 1 Nantong COSCO KHI Ship Engineering Co. Ltd., where Mr Han Chengmin, President (COSCO) of NACKS and Mr Sun Xiushun, President of […]
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For Struggling Steel Industry, China Offers Hope August 22, 2012

Signs of a turnaround in the property market and increased infrastructure investment in China could offer a glimmer of hope that the steel market is headed for a recovery, even as market participants suggest the floundering sector may struggle to rebound until 2013 at the earliest. Steel prices continue to fall after a lengthy period […]
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