An FAQ document for members who are interested in bunkering Biofuels in the Port of Singapore.
In April 2022, 10 incidents of armed robbery against ships (in territorial seas/ archipelagic waters) were reported in Asia. No piracy incident (on high seas) was reported.
The 34th Interim Meeting of ASA SPC was held online on 18 April 2022 due to precautionary measures against COVID-19.
The Maritime Just Transition Task Force founded by the International Chamber of Shipping, the International Transport Workers’ Federation and the UN Global Compact has announced that the Singapore Maritime Foundation has become its first public programme partner.
The MoU, which was signed during Singapore Maritime Week, will support and equip seafarers with the relevant skills needed in transitioning from a sea-based to a shore-based career, with a particular emphasis on sustainability and digitalisation.
SSA announced an MOU with MPA and seven industry partners – BW Maritime Pte Ltd, Eastport Maritime Pte Ltd, Ocean Network Express Pte Ltd, Orient Maritime Agencies Pte Ltd, Pacific Carriers Limited, Pacific International Lines Pte Ltd and Thome Ship Management Pte Ltd to strengthen cybersecurity capabilities of the maritime industry in Singapore.
SSA and the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) signed a partnership agreement to support and accelerate efforts towards helping the industry achieve its decarbonisation obligations.
SSA, ASA, and Class NK are joining hands to encourage its respective members and the industry to proactively report cyber security incidents in shipping.