COVID-19 hits Keppel Shipyard again

Singapore’s Keppel Shipyard experienced a second COVID-19 outbreak, with three cases reported on 24 June. The first outbreak was confirmed on 2 April, along with three infections reported. Singapore began partially lifting lockdowns on 19 […]

What the IAPH cyber guidance for ports means for shipping

The World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP), part of the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), has published a Port Community Cyber Security White Paper, which serves as guide to ports gearing up to digitise their business in the wake of […]

APL England heads for Chinese repair yard

After discharging its cargo, the 5,510 teu APL England is en route to Zhoushan, China, for repairs, after agreeing to a AUD22.5 million (USD15.4 million) Australian cleanup operation. The Singapore-flagged vessel lost 50 containers in […]