IMO-Singapore NextGEN project aims to facilitate collaboration and information sharing across maritime decarbonization initiatives.
In a recent announcement, Singapore has banned crew change for seafarers with recent travel history to India as a result of the huge spike of COVID-19 cases in the country.
The signing of public-private cooperation agreement establishes S$120 million R&D fund to accelerate decarbonization in shipping
A new study sponsored by Inmarsat, the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, offers the most comprehensive overview ever of Singapore’s vibrant maritime start-up sector.
AET is delighted to announce that it has won the SRS (“Singapore Registry of Ships”) Ship Owner of the Year Award presented at the Singapore International Maritime Awards (IMA).
ABS, Nanyang Technological University and the Ammonia Safety and Training Institute to Research Challenges and Opportunities
As COVID vaccine rollout to frontline workers takes center stage all over the world, seafarers and aviation workers are being prioritized alongwith healthcare workers.
As of 5 January 2021, there are nine identified COVID-19 cases connected to a bunker tanker NewOcean 6 operated by Palmstone Tankers & Trdg Pte Ltd in the Port of Singapore.
After months of turmoil, cruise ships are back on track once again. The new normal added new protocols and features including onboard testing centres in cruise ships.