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 shipping industry, in particular dry bulk and containers, has seen a marked improvement over the last 12 months according to Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) president Esben Poulsson.
Singapore has officially opened the Singapore Maritime Gallery on Monday, offering visitors an interactive and experiential learning in a vibrant maritime setting.
Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) 2017 reflecting on difficult markets and technological change is themed around “Navigating through challenging times”.
Will the challenges which have affected shipping in recent years and today’s pressure points on the industry have implications for its structure in the future? This question will be at…
The LNG bunkering market in Asia is gearing up for growth in the next two to three years. This is largely due to the implementation of stricter environmental regulations across…
Cyber Security is one of the hottest topics in shipping at present yet just 43.75% of maritime businesses have a plan in place to tackle the issue.
The Sea Asia Global Forum will kick-off the conference sessions at Southeast Asia’s largest maritime event on 25 April with top international executives discussing global shipping and energy markets.
As the world’s largest container carrier Maersk Line pushes ahead with digitalisation of the customer experience its raises the question of role of intermediaries such as freight forwarders.
Maritime leaders today called for the industry to proactively prepare for future challenges to not only remain competitive and relevant in today’s volatile market environment, but to also future-proof the…
With shipping having gone through a difficult few years, highlighted by the collapse of Hanjin Shipping, risk management was in focus at a Sea Asia 2017 media roundtable on Thursday.