Live From Sea Asia 2017

Live From Sea Asia 2017

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 2017 in Singapore from 25 - 27 April.

Latest Live From Sea Asia 2017

The Panama Canal Authority is currently focused on securing more water resources for the artificial 77km waterway dug through the Isthmus of Panama, in order to support a grander plan…
Cobham is introducing a new super-light 60 cm antenna for high throughput broadband for all types of vessels.
With less new ships being ordered amid the severe oversupplied shipping market and vessel assets changing hands in light of restructurings, owners are starting to seek refinancing for secondhand tonnages,…
The second day of Sea Asia 2017 saw an impassioned debate as to whether “the best days of the private independent shipowner are over”.
Singapore has clinched the top spot in Menon’s Leading Maritime Capitals of the World Report (Menon Report) for 2017, and the country is projected to remain well-positioned for the maritime…
The choice of marine coating on a vessel’s hull is a critical consideration for operators in view of the impact on fuel consumption and associated carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, according…
The shipping industry is ripe for disruption and the driver for change will come from outside the industry as shippers demand higher efficiency. Transas ceo Frank Coles said the impetus…
Big changes are coming in shipping and they are being driven by technological advances as well as changes in the mindset as the centre of gravity of shipping moves to…
Industry leaders today kicked off discussions at the sixth edition of Sea Asia with a focus on digitalisation and the need for industry players to embrace this new reality in…
Shell Marine has come up with a new and unique approach to lubricants management for ships with the introduction of its Marine Integrated Lubrication and Expert Solutions (MILES) programme.
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