SSA - Media Releases

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  29 August
2019
 

Singapore Shipping Association wins Best Maritime Organisation Award at the Shiptek International Maritime Awards 2019

The Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) was recognised as the Best Maritime Organisation Award at the 11th Shiptek International Maritime Awards 2019...

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  31 July
2019
 

Singapore Shipping Association Holds Inaugural Tech and Demo Day, Announces Formation of Digital Transformation Committee

Initiatives aimed at accelerating the adoption of technology by shipping companies while embracing challenges in the age of digital disruption...

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  02 July
2019
 

Singapore Shipping Association Issues IMO Sulphur Cap 2020 Readiness Plan

Document aims to augment Singapore shipping industry’s readiness to meet IMO’s 2020 cap on sulphur oxides emissions from ships.

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  26 June
2019
 

New Council Takes the Helm at Singapore Shipping Association

The Council of the Singapore Shipping Association (SSA)—the industry voice of Singapore’s maritime community—today made history by nominating the association’s first-ever female President since its founding in 1985.

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  22 January
2019
 

New Initiatives to Strengthen Singapore as a Global Maritime Hub

Dr Lam Pin Min, Senior Minister of State for Transport and Health,announced two initiatives for the maritime industry at the Singapore Shipping Association’s (SSA) Annual Lunar New Year Cocktail Reception this evening.The two initiatives, the Singapore War Risks Insurance Conditions (SWRIC)and the development of an inter-operability framework for electronic trade documents for the maritime and trade industries, will strengthen Singapore’s standing as a leading global maritime hub.

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  4 July
2017
 

SSA Marine Fuels Committee (2017/2019)

Bunkering has always been a critical component of Singapore’s maritime ecosystem. Even in the face of a challenging business environment, bunker sales in Singapore have generally continued to grow year on year, with a record 48.5 million tonnes lifted in 2016. This has been accompanied by the introduction of new initiatives and techniques, such as the mandatory use of mass flow meters for bunker deliveries at the start of 2017. There has also been increasing interest in the field of marine fuels in general, including the use of alternatives such as LNG...

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  30 June
2017
 

Introducing SSA Council 2017/19

New faces bring on board expertise to complement and strengthen core group. The 21st Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) Annual General Meeting held on 29 June 2017 announced that the seven Ordinary Members nominated for the 2017/2019 Council were returned. The seven Members are:...

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  2 May
2017
 

ICS Commits Shipping To Ambitious CO2 Reduction Objectives

The Singapore Shipping Association is a member of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS). At its AGM in Istanbul, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has agreed to urge the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to adopt some dramatic CO2 reduction objectives – on behalf of the international shipping sector as a whole – in order to match the ambition of the Paris Agreement on climate change.

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  2 May
2017
 

SSA Singapore Maritime Week Media Coverage

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  24 April
2017
 

SSA to Raise the Bar as an IMC in 2017

The key focus for ‘Maritime Singapore’ in 2017 will be to continue strengthening efforts to raise the bar as a major Asian and International Maritime Centre. In this respect, the SSA is working closely with MPA and other key industry players and has outlined five key areas in its Blueprint for Growth in preparation for better times ahead for the shipping industry. The five key areas are: Regional Collaboration, Legal, Finance, Operational Excellence and Innovation with Technology.

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  21 February
2017
 

ICS Releases Latest Flag State Performance Table

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has published its latest Flag State Performance Table which can be downloaded free of charge via the ICS website.

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  11 January
2017
 

Singapore's 2016 Maritime Performance - Port of Singapore sustained its performance in 2016

The Port of Singapore sustained its performance in 2016, admist weaker-than-expected global economic conditions and significant structural changes in the maritime industry.

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