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Autonomous vessels have become a recurrent theme in shipping debates in recent years but the focus has to turn to regulations to bring the topic forward, Dualog ceo Morten Lind-Olsen…
The massage station, manned by the mobile massage team of the Singapore Association for the Visually Handicapped, is a hot favourite among the delegates and exhibitors at Sea Asia 2019.…
Singapore has once again topped the ranking of maritime capitals, and the city state is expected to be the most likely to remain among the five leading maritime centres globally…
With the IMO 2020 regulation just round the corner, shipowners are mostly catching up on understanding fuel compatibility and operational issues, but the equally important legal aspects have been largely…
The parliamentary debate at Sea Asia roused the passions of speakers who really got into the playing the part of a political debate with the motion of - “This house…
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has recently published a list of licensed bunker suppliers that are able to provide IMO 2020 compliant fuels in Singapore.
Inmarsat’s new Crew Xpress service onboard vessels is set for a full commercial launch this month, following its trial by a number of Asian shipping companies since January this year.
Singapore’s homegrown maritime solutions firm Claritecs has signed memorandums of understanding (MOUs) with several bunker operators to formalise collaboration to testbed its BunkerMaestro bunker operations scheduling platform.
An escalating number of typhoons and adverse weather events is playing havoc with carrier schedules, leaving a “major challenge” for the industry to recover from the record-low levels in schedule…
ClassNK (B2 – T01e) chose Sea Asia 2019 to announce the launch of its global data utilization platform IoS-OP (Internet of Ships – Open Platform), by its wholly owned subsidiary…
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