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PIL: soaring rates inadequate to escape liquidation

Pacific International Lines’ (PIL) management said that despite the recent hike in container freight rates, the Singaporean carrier remains overleveraged and needs further restructuring...

Updated: PIL fine for Guam oil dumping adds to carrier’s woes

Pacific International Lines (PIL) has been fined US$3 million for the illegal dumping of oil from one of its ships into Guam’s Apra Harbor. The...

PIL fire sale continues with feeder pair

PIL has sold two more ships, as the troubled Singaporean liner operator continues its asset sales to bolster its balance sheet. One of the ships,...

Updated: PIL defaults on bond payments

Pacific International Lines is unable to make good on the principal and interest due to holders of an SG$60 million (US$43.8 million) bond issue...

Mounting debt could see PIL liquidation

Pacific International Lines (PIL) faces liquidation as a mounting debt burden, dwarfing the value of its assets, drags the company further into the mire. Management...

PIL files for court protection as restructuring plan takes shape

Pacific International Lines (PIL) has announced that it has developed a restructuring plan with its investors Heliconia Capital Management and has applied to Singapore’s...

PIL sells two more ships

Pacific International Lines has sold another two ships as the troubled Singaporean liner operator works on bolstering its balance sheet. South Korean feeder operator Taiyoung...

PIL continues restructuring with ship sale to TS Lines

Pacific International Lines (PIL), the cash-strapped Singaporean liner operator, has sold yet another ship and it has been snapped up by Taiwanese intra-Asia carrier...

PIL extends Heliconia talks and offloads more ships

Pacific International Lines (PIL) has informed the Singapore Exchange that it is again delaying filing its annual return, with the names of the latest...

Temasek bailout still under discussion as PIL offloads more ships

Struggling Singaporean liner operator Pacific International Lines (PIL) has said that by the end of September 2020, it expects to complete bailout discussions with...
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