For the first time, some of the world’s most famous cartoon characters will set sail on their very own cruise liner, Cartoon Network Wave.
Royal Caribbean International today reached a new milestone by welcoming its millionth guest sailing from Singapore – a momentous way to kick start 2018 which is its 11th year of operation in Asia.
Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) will be relocating its global headquarters from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Singapore within the first quarter of 2018.
Phase Two of a Joint Hydrographic Survey was formally launched via a MOU signed today at the 10th Co-operation Forum
Close to 240 maritime leaders and professionals will gather in Singapore to identify priority areas for international action and exchange best practices in maritime technology.
FueLNG, a joint venture between Keppel and Shell, has achieved the first commercial LNG bunker transfer in Singapore by completing truck-to-ship bunkering for the FLNG.
McCain (DDG-56) collided with the Liberian-flagged chemical tanker Alnic MC around 5:24 a.m. on Monday, local time.
APL has been named the ‘Best Shipping Line in the Transpacific’ at the 2017 Asian Freight, Logistics and Supply Chain Awards last evening, in Singapore.
LNG bunkering is an important aspect of a vibrant LNG trading hub, and the Singapore government will continue to work closely with the industry to make us LNG bunker-ready.
On 24th April, Director General of the DMA signs an agreement with Singapore and Norway on cooperation on digital certificates.
Singapore, as a Contracting Party to the ReCAAP and host to the ReCAAP ISC, is pleased to have participated in the 11th Governing Council meeting held from 14-16th March 2017.
To assist and encourage the maritime sector to embrace the new requirement for Sustainability / Integrated reporting, MPA organised a Maritime Sustainability Workshop in M Hotel today.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has revoked the bunker supplier and bunker craft operator licences of AC Oil Pte Ltd with effect from 29 July 2016. AC Oil Pte Ltd will no longer be allowed to operate as a bunker supplier or bunker craft operator in the Port of Singapore.
The Tuas Terminal development – a testament to Singapore’s commitment to retain its lead as a global maritime nation and to invest in port infrastructure – entered Phase 1 of its construction today.
This week is Singapore Maritime Week 2016, when the city-state celebrates its role as the major hub for shipping in the region.
COSCO-PSA Terminal Pte Ltd (CPT), a joint venture company formed by COSCO Pacific Limited (COSCO Pacific) and PSA Corporation Limited (PSA), is investing in new container berths in Singapore capable of serving the next generation of mega container vessels.
As a Contracting Party to ReCAAP and host to the ReCAAP Information Sharing Centre (ISC), Singapore today reaffirmed the instrumental role ReCAAP has played in anti-piracy and armed robbery against ships in Asia
Singapore-based Chinpo Shipping Company (Private) Ltd was fined S$180,000 ($125,698) on Friday for facilitating a shipment of arms to North Korea in violation of U.N. sanctions.
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) joins a new Industry Mentors’ Network (IMN) programme which sees first-year polytechnic students linked up with industry professionals to gain access to career advice and industry networking.
Singapore has launched a S$12 million ($8.44 million) fund for companies to build vessels fuelled by liquefied natural gas, as the city-state tries to encourage use of LNG while also trying to maintain its role as the world’s top bunkering hub.
This report by Dryad Maritime illustrates the continuing security issues in Southeast Asia, including contributing factors, and the impact upon maritime trade.
On 21 Aug and 22 Aug 2015, six vessels while underway in the eastbound lane of the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore reported about five unauthorized boardings and an attempted one.
International interest in Indian shipbuilding has raised quality demands and the need for industry experts in India. Therefore, Danish Marine System (DMS), has recently signed a contract with an Indian agent to accommodate the growing industry.
Incat Crowther is pleased to announce the design of a new class of 33 meter catamaran passenger ferry for Majestic Ferries in Singapore, to operate between Singapore and Batam.