Singapore Nautilus

Summary of Publication

Singapore Nautilus is a quarterly corporate magazine produced by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. The publication features articles that cover topical local as well as international maritime issues and has a worldwide distribution which includes local and international members of the shipping / maritime community, port / marine personnel, government bodies, and academic institutions.

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Latest Issue
  • Issue 38

    This issue’s main feature highlights key events taking place during the 12th edition of Singapore Maritime Week (SMW), which is held in Singapore in April. Themed “Navigating Through Challenging Times”, SMW 2017 rallies the maritime industry to harness opportunities for the future, despite current difficulties, through the adoption of digital solutions and cutting-edge technology. This issue also spotlights several maritime establishments in Singapore that have embraced the digital transformation in their respective fields. The Port & Starboard section features Jurong Port Academy, which was launched by Jurong Port earlier this year, to ensure port workers are well equipped to meet current and future demands on their skill sets. The Maritime Services and Technology sections feature data analytics start-up Sense Infosys and underwater hull cleaning service provider C-Leanship respectively. These two entities show the advantages of investing in technology and innovation to stay ahead of the game.

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  • Navigating through challenging times This feature rounds up some highlights of the annual Singapore Maritime Week, which returns for its 12th instalment from April 22 to 28.

  • Building a future-ready workforce Find out how the newly launched Jurong Port Academy will enhance capabilities, increase the productivity, and upgrade the skills of port workers to keep pace with developments within the port industry.

  • Optimising data for shipping Stephen Chow, founder of data analytics start-up Sense Infosys, tells us how data analytics can benefit the maritime industry.

  • Fair Play Consultant Prem Gurbani tells us what makes a good Maritime Arbitrator.


Past Issue
  • Issue 37 This issue of Singapore Nautilus spotlights key developments within the bunkering industry. As the world's top bunkering port, Singapore has always taken the lead in improving standards within the industry. Since Jan 1, 2017, we became the first port to make the use of mass flow metering (MFM) systems mandatory for the delivery of marine fuel oil. Find out more in the main feature. In this issue, we also had the honour of speaking to Mr Kitack Lim, Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), about his views on the industry and his vision for the IMO, as well as Ms Katy Ware, who is Director of Maritime Safety and Standards at the United Kingdom's Maritime and Coastguard Agency, and the Permanent Representative of the UK to the IMO. Read more in the Personality section.

    • Staying Ahead of the Curve Find out how Singapore is taking concrete steps to reinforce its position as the world’s leading bunkering port amid a wave of change.

    • In Good Stead Find out how the Tripartite Engineering Training Award helps aspiring engineers like Mohd Reza Suhaidi prepare for a career in the maritime industry.

    • Powering Forward Find out why Chemoil, Singapore's No. 1 supplier of bunker fuel in 2015 and 2016, is optimistic about its future despite changes afoot in the bunkering industry.

    • Forward Together International Maritime Organization Secretary-General Kitack Lim shares with us the tasks and challenges ahead for the organisation and the shipping industry.


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