Live From Sea Asia 2015

Live From Sea Asia 2015

The Seatrade Global reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Sea Asia 2015, the international shipping exhibition. Held in conjunction with Singapore Maritime Week, Sea Asia 2015 is expected to attract more than 14,000 participants including CEOs, presidents, decision-makers and maritime professionals from diverse sectors of the global shipping industry. It is one of the most anticipated maritime industry events in Asia, offering the best business networking platforms in shipping and most importantly, an acknowledged platform to strike deals.

Latest Live From Sea Asia 2015

LNG carrier owner GasLog sees a positive outlook for the sector driven by both increased production and import demand.
Sea Asia confirmed its place as Asia’s largest maritime event with a 23% increase in attendance at the 2015 edition last week.
Terminal handling charges and intermodal transport costs are taking up more than 50% of a vessel’s single voyage operating cost, according to president of APL Kenneth Glenn, as oil prices…
Danish Minister for Business and Growth, Henrik Sass Larsen, said the shipping industry needs global regulation to ensure safety and protection of the environment.
Sailors’ Society, one of the largest seafarer support charities operating internationally, is to sponsor four scholarships on two diplomas offered under the MaritimeONE programme.
Shipowners have been urged to exercise restraint on the ordering of new ships amid the lure of readily available capital in the market, and bearing in mind the continuing oversupply…
Sea Asia 2015 has drawn to a close and we take a look  back at what industry leaders had to say over three hectic days of discussion, debate and networking…
There is a gathering storm ahead in the offshore sector and we will start to see the full effects only in the latter half of this year and the beginning…
A number of developments in the next decade are set to change the LNG market, according to a panel of speakers at the Sea Asia 2015 conference.
Attending the Sea Asia Global Forum on Tuesday, VPS managing director for Asia, Middle East & Africa Rahul Choudhuri highlighted the concerns from shipowners over the environment, efficiency and changing…
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