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Welcome to MASA

Malaysia Shipowners' Association was established in 1976 with the main objective of protecting and promoting the interest of Malaysian shipowners. (new add) BLOCK A2, NO. A2-3-3, AYER@8, JALAN P8G, P8, PUTRAJAYA, WP.

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To be the leading organization for promoting viable of Malaysian shipping industry supporting the national aspiration to be a major maritime nation  

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  In conjunction with World Maritime Day 2014, Malaysia Shipowners' Association with Ministry of Transport (MoT) and Maritime Institute of Malaysia...

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Local Shipowners in Dire Need of Lifeline

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The local shipping industry, the lifeline of trade-oriented Malaysian economy, is facing one of the most severe challenges in recent decades as local shipowners reel under heavy losses and face uncertain times due to the unprecedented and... Read more

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