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 and maritime community, port and marine personnel, government bodies, as well as academic institutions.

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Latest Issue
  • Issue 43Singapore commemorates its bicentennial in 2019, and this issue focuses on the nation’s maritime journey from the past to the present, with an eye to the future. The feature story highlights Singapore’s development from a trading post in the 14th century to a global maritime hub, as well as efforts by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore to help Singapore remain a leading and vital node in the global maritime network. In keeping with the theme, the Commentary section saw David Chin, former Executive Director of the Singapore Maritime Foundation sharing three areas of the maritime industry that have seen significant improvements through the years. The issue also included COSCO SHIPPING (South East Asia)’s President Gu Jingsong expounding on the factors that make Singapore an attractive regional headquarters as well as Shipowners’ Club’s Singapore branch Chief Executive David Heaselden imparting his thoughts on the club’s role in providing protection and indemnity for its members.

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Past Issue
  • SNIssue42

    Issue 42 This issue highlights the global challenges faced by the shipping industry, from the rise of disruptive technologies and entry of non-traditional players, to the demand for better safety and environmental standards. Openness, innovation and talent are critical in tackling these challenges. The feature story summarises key takeaways by various speakers and panellists at the 13th edition of the Singapore Maritime Week (SMW), who emphasised the need to embrace new technologies and prepare the maritime workforce for digital transformation. In line with the theme, the Company Spotlight section saw Wilhelmsen Group’s Chief Digital Officer Inge Andre Sandvik share how his company drives technological adaptation to shape the maritime industry. This issue also saw panellists of a Maritime Cyber Security Seminar held during the SMW discuss how workers should be open to picking up new skills, and interface more and more with technology as the industry evolves.

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