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Digital advancements must progress into payments

While cyber crime is a threat to business, technology can be an enabling force. Stuart Ostrow, of ShipMoney, argues it is time for the shipping industry to join the modern world when it deals with financial issues

Singapore gears up to be key player in the global maritime arbitration sector

With the launch of the Singapore Ship Sale Form and the recent developments to the widely used standard maritime forms, Singapore is well positioned to continue to gain traction as one of the leading seats of arbitration for the global maritime community, write Allen & Gledhill’s Gina Lee-Wan and Jonathan Choo, for Lloyd’s List

An insight into the causes and prevention of cargo fires

The Swedish Club, in conjunction with Dr Neil Sanders, partner in Burgoynes, recently published a study on the causes and prevention of cargo fires. Maritime Risk International looks at the subject of cargo fires and how the risks can be reduced for the future

Taking the industry’s temperature

Making predictions about shipping is often as volatile as the industry itself. Yet with the benefit of hindsight, Nick Shaw, of Reed Smith, looks back on some of the key issues affecting the industry for the past year and those which look set to remain priorities in the year ahead