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 44Kicking off on April 6, the annual Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) saw nine exciting days of industry events, networking receptions and public outreach activities attended by more than 50,000 participants from over 30 countries. The feature article shares highlights from SMW, including the 13th Singapore Maritime Lecture with Minister for Trade and Industry Mr Chan Chun Sing giving the keynote address, SMW Opening Ceremony and Exhibition, International Maritime Awards & Reception, Sea Asia, and the Singapore Maritime Technology Conference. The issue also includes profiles of Dr Sadan Kaptano─člu, Managing Director at HI Kaptano─člu Shipping; Mr Lars Lange, Secretary General at International Union of Marine Insurance; and Ms Shanna Ghose, a partner at Hill Dickinson LLP. Pacific Carriers Limited shares how they embrace new disruptive technologies to build an agile workforce, while DNV GL explains how their continued investment in research and collaborative innovation helps companies advance the safety and sustainability aspects of their operations.

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Past Issue
  • Issue 43 Singapore 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 Mr 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 Mr Gu Jingsong expounding on the factors that make Singapore an attractive regional headquarters as well as Shipowners’ Club’s Singapore branch Chief Executive Mr David Heaselden imparting his thoughts on the club’s role in providing protection and indemnity for its members.

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