Live from Singapore Maritime Week 2018

Live from Singapore Maritime Week 2018

The Seatrade Maritime News reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Singapore Maritime Week 2018. The iconic week of events is held across the Lion City from 21-29 April including the Singapore Maritime Lecture and the Sea Asia LNG Forum.

Latest Live from Singapore Maritime Week 2018

Last week Seatrade Maritime News sat down for a fireside chat with Nicolas Sartini, ceo of APL, part of the CMA CGM Group, about the game changing decision by the…
AP Moller – Maersk ceo Soren Skou believes that as container shipping digitises there needs to be a “seismic shift” in the way it does business with its customers to…
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will extend the mandatory use of the mass flow metering (MFM) system to all bunker tankers delivering distillates in the Port of…
Already a strong advocate of the switch to low sulphur fuel oil instead of using scrubbers, Precious Shipping md Khalid Hashim suggested that not only is a switch to cleaner…
China’s economy and developments there in terms of new patterns of consumption of commodities in particular is having a dramatic impact on the dry bulk market, a panel at the…
AP Moller Maersk ceo Soren Skou believes that best solution for meeting the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) 0.5% sulphur cap is for refineries to provide low sulphur to shipping.
With the rapid pace of change in the liner industry, technology is an essential and useful way to address the new demands, Ocean Network Express (ONE) ceo Jeremy Nixon told…
Responding to feedback on the IMO Maritime Safety Committee (IMO MSC) Circular MSC.1/Circ. 1334 recommending that ship masters report all incidents of piracy and sea robbery to the Rescue Coordinating…
Singapore is preparing well for the future of the maritime industry through investments in innovation as well as adopting the right mindset. These were the key messages at the opening…
Royal Boskalis Westminster (Boskalis) joint venture Keppel Smit Towage has named its first innovative LNG dual-fuel harbour tug.
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