The High Court dismissed Foodfare's claims last year.
But in a written judgment released yesterday, the Court of Appeal allowed part of its appeal.
SIA Engineering is liable for 6,000 in damages after a food kiosk at Changi Airport's Terminal 2 was damaged when an air-tug driven by one of its employees collided with a pillar and caused a floor to subside, the Court of Appeal found. I’ve had both services in the past and haven’t really had any complaints about either.I was looking for a pretty basic plan, nothing too fancy. It’s only been a couple days but I am pretty pleased so far and would recommend my local Verizon store over the local AT&T store.Singapore's technological opportunities are also attracting both local and overseas investors.The top investment destinations among Singapore respondents are Singapore, Malaysia, China, Japan and Australia.The apex court found that the driver of the air-tug - believed to be a vehicle used to move planes - had been negligent in failing to keep a proper lookout for the pillar while manoeuvring the tug.In so doing, he had breached his duty of care to Foodfare."We've seen that companies have really realised that you need to focus on a few things that you can do well and make a lot of money in, and get rid of the stuff that doesn't make sense," said Vikram Chakravarty, Asean managing partner for advisory services at EY, during the launch of the survey's Singapore-specific results on Monday."In Singapore, there are a lot of divestments playing out right now, and we expect the larger deals to come through.It ordered 6,176 to be paid to Foodfare for the kiosk's loss of profits during the closure and the cost of repairing or replacing damaged equipment.But it threw out Foodfare's claim for the cost of rebuilding the kiosk.