CEOs of shipping companies must address this ever-present issue of corruption so as to protect and uplift the image of their companies and the industry.
Lee Kok Leong, our special correspondent, has the rare honour to interview His Excellency, Dr Ahmed Mohammed Salem Al-Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications, of the Sultanate of Oman.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore is facilitating the Airbus, Wilhelmsen’s shore-to-ship pilot project. It is globally the first deployment of drone technology in real-time port conditions, delivering a variety of small, time-critical items to working vessels...
An alliance of global companies from the plastics and consumer goods value chain launched a new organization to advance solutions to eliminate plastic waste in the environment, especially in the ocean.
The development of an ASEAN Single Shipping Market will lead towards a stronger ASEAN maritime sector and a single market and production base.
Global public opinion comes out strongly in favour of openness and collaboration.
China remains a committed global partner for peace, economic growth and upholding international order; advocates increasing the economic pie, rather than fighting over how to divide it up.
Demanding transparency holds the shipping industry to account, raising the bar for current practice as well as creating fair competition among ship-owners.
Maersk aims at having carbon neutral vessels commercially viable by 2030 and calls for strong industry involvement.
Fouling on a ship's hull significantly reduces hydrodynamic performance and increases fuel consumption.