Singapore Nautilus

Summary of Publication

Singapore Nautilus is a 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 and maritime community, port and marine personnel, government bodies, as well as academic institutions.

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Latest Issue
  • Issue 47Sustainability is a key concern for the Singapore maritime industry, and MPA is committed to making Maritime Singapore a centre of best practices to protect and sustain the marine environment. The Feature article examines a few of MPA's sustainability initiatives, including Tuas Port and LNG bunkering. Company Spotlight showcases the efforts of Tian San Shipping, which aims to combat plastic pollution in the marine environment. Maritime Services highlights the work carried out by the Baltic Exchange, which has been benchmarking the prices of seagoing vessels and cargoes since the mid-1980s. Gain an insight into Mr Andreas Sohmen-Pao’s views in Personality, and hear from industry experts on the topic of decarbonisation in Community Talk.

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Past Issue
  • Issue 46 Safety is of utmost concern to all of us in the maritime industry, and this took on an added dimension with the arrival of the Coronavirus Disease 2019. The feature article examines how technology can empower safety, while Port & Starboard delves into how artificial intelligence and big data can improve safety and efficiency in the seas. Interviews with Ms Sandra Welch, former Chief Operating Officer of Sailors’ Society; and Mr Abhishek Chawla, the Head of Operations at CMA CGM Asia and Chief Operations Officer at APL further underscore the importance of safety. Entrepreneurs took the limelight in Technology, where the winners of the Smart Port Challenge 2019 were featured. Capt Peng Chu Xing from Pacific International Lines shares the company’s safety-first culture, while industry experts give their take on IMO 2020 Fuel Oil Sulphur Limit in Community Talk.

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