Latest News for: Singapore shipping


Singapore’s digital progress

Splash24/7 30 Sep 2022
To help maritime companies get started on their digital journey, the Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) launched the Maritime Digitalisation Playbook (MDP) in June 2020 with the Singapore Shipping Association and Infocomm Media Development Authority.

Projects Moving Forward to Develop First Ammonia Bunker Vessels

The Maritime Executive 30 Sep 2022
Lines, ITOCHU Corporation, and Sembcorp Marine Integrated Yard earlier this year received design approval from ABS for an ammonia bunker vessel while in South Korea design engineering company KMS EMEC, working in partnership with Singapore shipping company Navig8, received the first AiP from the Korean Register for an ammonia bunker vessel.

Indonesian navy denies it requested payments to release ships

Reuters 30 Sep 2022
Dozens of ships have been arrested by the Indonesian navy over the last year for illegally anchoring in its waters just east of Singapore, Reuters has previously reported, based on information from a dozen people involved in the cases, including captains, ship owners, intermediaries and insurers.

ABS, DSME collaborate to set out decarbonization strategy

SAFETY4SEA 30 Sep 2022
The project will see ABS and DSME investigate carbon emission performance of ships in various segments. Specialists from ABS’ Simulation Center in Singapore will simulate the performance of a range of decarbonization technologies ... options for each specific ship segment.

Singapore: ‘Partnership is key in the decarbonisation journey’

Splash24/7 29 Sep 2022
port terminals; domestic harbour craft; future marine fuels, bunkering standards and infrastructure; the Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS); international efforts including IMO; research and development andtalent; and carbon awareness, carbon accounting and green financing.

Shift Clean Energy seals 17-tugboat electrification deal

Seatrade Maritime News 29 Sep 2022
Shift also announced its involvement in the first all-electric battery swapping vessel for the port of Singapore with SeaTech Solutions and Yinson GreenTech ... Shift continues to expand its operations with an office under construction in Singapore to add to its presence in the US, UK and the Netherlands.  ... Europe Ports Regulation Ship Operations. .

Singapore and the lessons learned from the pandemic

Splash24/7 28 Sep 2022
How can Singapore keep shipping flowing smoothly in the event of another global health crisis? ... The MPA established the Shipping Tripartite Alliance Resilience Fund (STAR Fund) with the Singapore Shipping Association (SSA), unions and international organisations to ensure that crew changes are conducted safely amongst seafaring nations.

Ship captains held by Indonesian navy decry bribes and betrayal 

Hong Kong Standard 28 Sep 2022
Scores of ships and their captains were detained by the Indonesian navy for allegedly anchoring in their waters without permits, waiting to enter Singapore, in what appears to be a massive kidnap for ransom scheme by corrupt Indonesian navy officers and their government accomplices. .

Fratelli Cosulich selects shipyard for its first ammonia bunker vessel

Splash24/7 28 Sep 2022
Fratelli Cosulich Bunkers Singapore has signed a memorandum of understanding with Nantong CIMC ... The deal comes almost a year after the Italian owner teamed up with compatriot classification society RINA and Singapore’s ship designer, SeaTech Solutions, to develop the vessel.

Tanker collides with containership in Malacca Strait

SAFETY4SEA 28 Sep 2022
Two ships, a tanker and a containership, collided on September 28 along the Malacca Strait, reporting serious damages.

Winning makes waves in cape segment

Splash24/7 28 Sep 2022
September has so far been a busy month for Singapore-based Chinese cape specialist Winning Shipping, sealing three deals as it fires up its fleet renewal plans.

Ubisoft’s Big 2022 Pirate Blockbuster Delayed Yet Again

Kotaku 28 Sep 2022
However, Ubisoft Singapore, the ... Some current and former Ubisoft developers speculated the game would have been canceled long ago if not for the hundreds of millions spent and a contract with the Singapore government to eventually ship the game in return for generous tax subsidies.

Crooked Malaysian contractor 'Fat Leonard' seeks asylum in Venezuela after he skipped out on house ...

The Daily Mail 27 Sep 2022
military by more than $35 million for its services and plied officers with various gifts, who then redirected military vessels to ports that were lucrative for his Singapore-based ship servicing company.

Singapore fights maritime talent battle

Splash24/7 27 Sep 2022
David Borcoski, CEO of ASP Ships Group, urges the Singapore government to recognise where talent shortages exist and quickly adjust immigration policies accordingly ... Rajesh Unni, the founder of Synergy Marine Group, reckons there is an imagination gap for shipping in Singapore rather than a talent gap and employers need to tackle this head-on.

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