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 changing times in maritime and shipping were in focus at the opening ceremony of Sea Asia 2019 on Tuesday morning, with Singapore’s Senior Minister of State for Transport Janil…
China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is anticipated to create demand growth for shipping and Singapore is keen to continue playing an important role in the ambitious development strategy, according…
The Southeast Asia region is poised for strong economic growth over the next few decades and container shipping can expect to benefit from increased volume demand, according to SS Teo,…
Singapore’s Minister for Trade and Industry Chan Chun Sing has broadly outlined the survival strategy for Maritime Singapore, which is and will continue to remain an indispensable pillar of global…
As decarbonising shipping becomes mission critical for the industry classification society the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has launched a Global Sustainability Center in Singapore.
Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) 2019 was officially launched on Sunday afternoon at Marina Square central atrium by, Khaw Boon Wan, Singapore’s Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport.
A field trial leveraging on Artificial Intelligence(AI) in predicting near misses between vessels conducted in the busy waters of the Singapore Strait has yielded positive results, according to Japan’s Fujitsu…
The Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) 2019 has an eye on the future as the nine-day event is set to gather industry experts from around the world to delve deeper on…
UBM (Seatrade) and the Singapore Maritime Foundation (SMF), in collaboration with PIER71 (Port Innovation Ecosystem Reimagined @ Block71), are introducing the new Innovation Arena onto the exhibition floor of this…
Energy storage solutions provider Corvus Energy has won an order to supply its energy storage system (ESS) for 20 battery-hybrid RTG port cranes in Chinese ports to help cut emissions.
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