While striving to help their Ukraine crew, shipping executives say they also remain supportive of Russian crew who continue to be employed on board. Mariners from both nations often sail together and Russian seafarers are not treated as opponents
Singapore Maritime Week
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The programme has two specific aims of growing the sector’s value-add by S$4.5bn ($3.3bn) and creating over 5,000 good-quality jobs by 2025
The competition in the region is fierce and the onset of new mega alliances and continued growth in vessel size also continue to put pressure on ports and shipping lines
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Quah Ley Hoon was chief editor at Singapore broadcaster MediaCorp before she took over from Andrew Tan, as chief executive of the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore
The platform has also drawn interest from non-traditional shipping players who have invested heavily in the sector, says the vice-president of cyber security at Wärtsilä Mark Milford
Analysts say that rather than chipping away at Singapore’s volume, the Port of Zhoushan is taking in vessels that used to bunker elsewhere in Northeast Asia
On Monday, Lloyd’s List will publish the counter view from Singapore in which we will explore why it is difficult to contest the Lion City's leadership
Lloyd’s List explores the rapidly evolving 'Smart Ports’ concept, as ports embrace the digitised world
Ports need to bring value-added services to their customers in order to turn ports into communities that are more than a collection of individual entities
Ports that fail to embrace the smart concept risk being overtaken by competitors who make the most of smart-port technologies, according to BCG
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