Industry Sectors:Regulation

Regulation

There was unanimous agreement at a Sea Asia 2017 panel on Navigating Challenges: The Way Forward, with International Chamber of Shipping secretary-general Peter Hinchliffe's statement that "categorically", the deadline will…
Singapore has launched a new technical standard for LNG bunkering to support the adoption of LNG as a bunker fuel and guide licensed LNG bunkering suppliers on operational protocols to…
China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has announced changes to the country’s white list shipyards with the removal of seven yards and the addition of six.
The increasing size of containerships, higher container stacks, flexible bridges and increased stack weights have together made the task of securing containers safely an ever-more complex endeavour for operators and…
Maritime industry leaders at the last day of Sea Asia 2017 today, said that there is still a lot of optimism and opportunity in the industry despite the current market…
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…
UK maritime services’ promotional body Maritime London has appointed Jos Standerwick, current director of development and external affairs at The Mission to Seafarers, as its new chief executive.
“Ships are like living creatures” my old lecturer in naval architecture (we called it “ship construction” in those days) used to say before suggesting that they needed to be treated…
Classification society ABS has broken ground on a new global headquarters in Houston.
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.
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