Live from Sea Asia 2019

Live from Sea Asia 2019

The Seatrade Maritime News reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Sea Asia 2019 in Singapore from 9 - 11 April.

Latest Live from Sea Asia 2019

The environment, regulation and technology, and the links between all three, topped discussions at Sea Asia 2019 this week in Singapore.
As the IMO’s 0.5% global sulphur cap looms for the maritime sector from 2020, South Korean shipbuilders have been urged to focus on LNG carriers and product tankers.
Panama Ship Registry has affirmed its commitment to provide holistic services with a focus on helping the maritime industry be in compliance with international maritime regulations.
Shipping is forecast to see a shift toward greater use of non-fossil fuel energy for propulsion by 2050 under influence from environmental concerns and the reality of climate change.
Israeli-based Atlantium Technologies is readying its proprietary ballast water management system (BWMS) for a full commercial launch before the end of this year, as the UV-based system is undergoing a…
Lloyd’s Register (LR) has joined with ST Engineering Electronics, Mitsui & Co., and Smart City Solutions to develop the world’s largest autonomous vessels.
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…
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