WHETHER it's advanced self-diagnostics for trouble-shooting or a collision prevention system to reduce human error, more advanced technology has been making its way on board commercial ships...

AS environmental regulations regarding emissions for the maritime sector continue to tighten, industry players will face uncertainties in achieving compliance and costs in a difficult market...

OVER the past five years, commercial shipping has adapted to various market developments and regulatory requirements to optimise ship performance. Key technological adoptions found on advanced...

SINGAPORE MARITIME WEEK

WITH digital technologies proliferating in both shipping and port operations, industry players argued for more to be done to mitigate the cybersecurity threat that is looming over the promise of a...

SINGAPORE MARITIME WEEK 2016

IMPROVED operational safety and optimised usage of resources are some of the key benefits that can be accrued from investing in research and technology within the shipping industry, panellists at...

SINGAPORE MARITIME WEEK 2016

SINGAPORE'S inaugural Maritime Administrators Forum drew close to 50 participants from Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America....

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BRAEMAR Shipping Services, one of the largest shipbroking companies in the world, started its liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) broking desk in Singapore in October 2015. Being active in London and...

HEADQUARTERED in London, Clarksons Platou set up a dedicated tanker research & analysis desk in Singapore in August 2015, in view of the Republic's growing importance as an...

VANTAGE, a relatively new local shipbroking company, expanded its operations significantly by setting up a dirty petroleum products (DPP) broking desk in July 2015.

POSITIONING FOR FUTURE GROWTH

FOR the Maersk Group, a conglomerate of worldwide businesses focusing on the shipping and energy industries, Singapore is the only place outside Denmark where all its business units are...