Contributions

Copper comedown

November 29th, 20150 Dalian correspondent Mark Downing looks at China’s slackened copper demand. China’s recent surge in copper imports is not indicative of a rebound in China’s...

Public Image Limited

November 27th, 20150 Patrik Wheater on shipping’s weak interaction with the general public. The story about the shipping industry suffering an image problem is as perennial as the...

The Internet of Things is here

November 24th, 20152 Mike Smith reckons shipping needs to get up to speed when it comes to harnessing Cloud technologies. In the Maritime CEO Satellite Communication Special Report issued...

From pirate’s nest to free port

November 24th, 20150 Celebrating 50 years since the founding of the republic, award-winning author Paul French writes exclusively for Splash on the history of maritime Singapore. As with...

Singapore's value proposition

November 23rd, 20150 Singapore’s shipping community debates whether the city-state is pricing itself out of the market. In compiling Splash’s annual Singapore magazine we sent out a...

Broad canvas of opinions sought

November 23rd, 20150 Ulf Siwe updates readers on the MONALISA project. Taking maritime transport into the digital era is the MONALISA 2.0 motto and almost 300 people from more than 20...

Bladerunner vision

November 19th, 20150 Singapore’s new terminal in Tuas will be revolutionary in its use of technology. Fifteen years from now Singapore’s port sound like it’ll resemble a Ridley...

Hong Kong’s cramped talent pool

November 11th, 20150 The maritime sector in the Special Administrative Region is stymied by a lack of qualified people. Human resources remain a source of huge concern and constant debate...

HK flag service upgrade required

November 10th, 20150 As the Hong Kong Shipping Register passes the 100m gross tonne mark there’s no time to rest on its laurels. Hong Kong has become only the fourth shipping register...
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