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
  • The Digital Surge

    Issue 41This issue of Singapore Nautilus examines how digitalisation is transforming the maritime industry. The feature story highlights how Singapore is sustaining its competitive advantage in the maritime industry by developing capabilities in emerging technologies such as autonomous systems, robotics and artificial intelligence. In line with the theme, most of this issue's articles highlight areas and trends relevant to digital technology in the maritime industry. The spotlight was shone on INTTRA's Asia Technology Summit, where topics such as blockchain technology and the Internet of Things were discussed. This issue also explores the Singapore-based e-marketplace MOSCORD, which simplifies the procurement process for the maritime sector. As maritime companies face an uncertain global climate with protectionist trends in trade, Soren Skou, CEO of Maersk, explains how seamless, digital end-to-end solutions can lower the barriers to trade. And Masafumi Kuroki, Executive Director of the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) Information Sharing Centre (ISC) emphasises the need for multilateral sharing of information to combat piracy and sea robbery.

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  • The Way Ahead

    The Way Ahead Shining a light on the strategic plans for hte future growth of Maritime Singapore

  • Freedom to Excel

    Freedom to Excel We find out how the Asian maritime sector can ride the crest of the global digitalisation wave

  • Marine Insurance Industry Poised for Further Growth

    Marine Insurance Industry Poised for Further Growth We speak to Steamship P&I Management (Singapore) and Latitude Brokers, who have recently established operations in Singapore, which also serves as a springboard to opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Region

  • Bracing for the Future

    Bracing for the Future Participants of the 7th Maritime Public Leaders' Programme shares with us their insights on port planning and challenges facing the shipping industry


Past Issue
  • Towards Vision IMC 2030

    Issue 40 This issue of Singapore Nautilus features the International Maritime Centre (IMC) 2030 Advisory Committee's vision for Maritime Singapore's next phase of growth, and its strategies for bringing this vision into reality. It also discusses why development in the sector needs to occur in a sustainable manner in order for the broader community to benefit from this plan in the long term. Most of this issue's articles highlight areas and trends relevant to Singapore's maritime trajectory. Topics like safety at sea, cooperation among stakeholders, autonomous crafts, LNG bunkering, and digital analytics are discussed to varying levels of detail. We have also taken the time to obtain insights and projections from well-known industry veterans in relevant sectors. In line with efforts to mitigate climate change, a representative from the International Maritime Organization shares insights about increased global scrutiny and sustainability in future-ready shipping.

    • Towards Vision IMC 2030 Here we explore aspects of Maritime Singapore that will be developed in the ongoing drive to make Singapore a global maritime hub fr connectivity, innovation and talent.

    • A Greener Sector Dr Stefan Micallef, Director of the Marine Environment Division at the International Maritime Organisation, talks shop with us.

    • All Hands on Deck IPIECA Executive Director Brian Sullivan highlights the need for all stakeholders to work together to promote safe sea transportation and protect the environment.

    • Breaking the Boundaries Launch Master Faridah Binte Jumaat tells us what it's like working in a historically male-dominated industry.



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