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JANUARY 22

CLC signed with Kegoya Dock Co. Ltd. for the construction of new ROPAX vessel

FEBRUARY 17

TASLI accepted the delivery of MV Trans Asia 18 formerly named as MV Sakura

 

FEBRUARY 28

CLC declares a 140% increase in revenue for the year 2017

MARCH 9

CLC submits unsolicited PPP proposal to the Department of Transportation to develop the Davao and Panglao International Airports

 

MARCH 19

CLC’s first Annual Stockholders Meeting

APRIL 25

CLC signed another contract with Kegoya Dock Co. Ltd for the construction of 2 brand new RO-RO passenger ferry

CLC receives delivery of the medium-range tanker, ”MT Chelsea Providence”

MAY 9

CLC declares earnings up by 326% in the first quarter of 2018

MAY 11

Starlite Ferries’ MV Archer started operating in the Matnog-Allen route

JULY 5

WorkLink groundbreaking ceremony for the new warehouse facility to be constructed at Brgy. Tipas, Taguig City

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AUG 8
CLC debuts on the Philippine Stock Exchange via an Initial Public Offering (IPO)

NOVEMBER 8

CLC acquires 100% of Worklink Services Inc.

NOVEMBER 9

CLC acquires 100% of Starlite Ferries, Inc.

NOVEMBER 15

Fortis Tugs acquires 167 GRT Tugboat

 

NOVEMBER 28

Fortis Tugs acquires 2 Tugboats and 1 Barge

DECEMBER 4

Fortis Tugs acquires 404 GRT Tugboat

DECEMBER 18

Trans-Asia acquires 2 cargo vessels with a total GRT of 12,794

DECEMBER 19

PNX-Chelsea Shipping Corp. acquires 3 cargo vessels with total GRT of 15,835

DECEMBER 21

Chelsea Shipping Corp. acquires a Floating Dock

 

DECEMBER 22

Chelsea Shipping Corp. acquires a medium-range tanker

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August 26

Pioneer Subsidiary, Chelsea Shipping Corp., was acquired from Phoenix Petroleum Philippines, Inc.

November 24

Acquisition of CSC from Phoenix Petroleum Philippines Inc.

December 12

CLC acquires 100% stake of Trans-Asia Shipping Lines Incorporated, established 25 March 1974, Fleet: 10 vessels

December 15

CSC through Fortis Tugs Corporation, acquired Davao Gulf Marine Services, Inc., a Davao-based tug provider