X-Press Feeders reduces fleet by up to 20 percent

Singapore-based X-Press Feeders foresees a dive in activities and has scaled down its fleet by up to 20 percent to address the impact of the coronavirus. In the long term, growth ambitions remain intact, COO Francis Goh tells Shippingwatch.

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Most often, Singapore-based shipping companies are headquartered in one of the tall concrete and glass buildings facing the water where you announce your arrival at the ground level reception before an elevator takes you to 20th or 30th floor.

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