Live From Singapore Maritime Week 2016

Live From Singapore Maritime Week 2016

The Seatrade Maritime News reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Singapore Maritime Week 2016. The iconic week of 31 events is held across the Lion City from 17 – 22 April including the Singapore Maritime Lecture and the Sea Asia Offshore Marine Forum.

Latest Live From Singapore Maritime Week 2016

The origins of China’s massive One Belt, One Road (OBOR) plan lie in finding export markets for its excess steel production according to Clarskons Platou analyst John D’Ancona.
We take a look back at who said what on Seatrade Maritime New’s exclusive live coverage of Singapore Maritime Week 2016 and the issues that got people talking.
The mandatory use of mass flow meters (MFM) for marine gas oil (MGO) bunkering in the port of Singapore may happen in 2017, the same year that the use of…
The dry bulk market has hit bottom, but whether it is set to significantly improve is another question.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and the Centre for International Law (CIL) at the National University of Singapore (NUS) will jointly set up a research programme to…
The scrapping of idling offshore vessels in order to clear the surplus capacity is unlikely to happen, given the low scrap value of the ships and resistance by the asset…
Sri Lanka’s Colombo port is eyeing a 10% rise in container throughput in 2016 over the previous year, relying heavily on transhipment cargoes, according to Tissa Wickramasinghe, general manager of…
For those who went to the Baltic Exchange’s reception at the British High Commissioner’s residence, Eden Hall, in Singapore on Wednesday evening anticipating a major announcement, they were to be…
Container carriers Maersk Line and APL have urged the industry to push on with consolidation amid the market struggles of disappearing profits and supply growth continuing to outpace demand.
China’s economic growth, which is slowing down, will continue to be a driving factor for the global container trade market, shipping players were heard saying at an industry conference.
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