The names of the Strathkeith and her sister ship Strathkirn suggests that it was intended that the two ships were to be operated in conjunction with the P & O Straths Services Division of their Bulk Shipping Division. The concept proved to be not viable, hence the short involvement with the China Navigation Co.
Dec 1977. Completed as the "Strathkeith" for Taikoo Navigation, delivered to Zepranger Incorporated, Monrovia, (Reed Horst Zeppenfeld Gmbh & Co. K.G.), Liberia., Singapore flag. Managed by Horst Zeppenfeldt Gmbh., and chartered to CNCo.
1978. Renamed "Ranger".
1979. Chartered to Hodeidah Shipping, Hodeidah, Yemen. Renamed Hodeidah Crown, then renamed Ranger when off charter. No change in ownership.
1981. Sold to Pacific International Lines (Pte.)Ltd., Singapore. Renamed Kota Sahabat II. In 1983 renamed Sea Glory, no change in ownership.
1987. Chartered to the Dong Young Shipping Co,. Inchon. Renamed Pegasus Progress.
1988. Came off charter and name reverted to Sea Glory.
1998. Sold to the Malaysia Shipping Coporation, Penanang. Renamed "Kota Makmur".
2000. Renamed "Salam Makmur"
2007. Renamed "Mandiri Makmur"
2004 Last entry in Lloyds Register, when ship reported to be afloat.