Recent Submissions

  • Future development of container terminal at Tuas Mega Port. 

    Ng, Si Hui.; Hong, Shudian.; Tay, Vivien Keh Shin.; Li, Meilian.; Cher, Kang Alvan.
    The purpose of this report is to discuss the future development of Tuas Mega Port. Singapore has taken a step in this direction by developing a Tuas mega port that will be future-ready. To obtain Singapore as a vital trade ...
  • Hazardous substances and dangerous goods: concising the process of transportation in Singapore. 

    Lin, Si.; Faatimah Saajidah Mougamadou Yaccoup.; Nurul Basirah Mansor.; Muhammad Rizq Irshaad.; Dzuliqmal Zulkifli.
    It is undeniable that modern advancement has led to the exponential increase in the creation of new Dangerous Goods and the consumption of it. Being a country with no natural resources, Singapore relies immensely on the ...
  • Feasibility study of fully automated vessels in the Maritime Industry. 

    Tan, Lydia Sonia.; Tan, Geraldine Wei Tian.; Lau, Eugenia Li Ying.; Mohammad Haris Bin Rosli.; Chua, Zivan Ming Han.
    The objective of this research project is to assess the feasibility of integrating Fully Autonomous Vessels (FAVs) into the maritime industry, in hopes to leverage on technology and to provide a new option to the commercial ...
  • Creating a webpage that links and consolidates chartering dispute cases. 

    Chin, Melvin Yong An.; Chai, Qing Hua.; Amiruddin Akhtar Bin Mohammed Abdullah.; Teo, Yu Xun.
    Almost all international trade in goods are transported by sea, therefore ocean shipping plays a vital role in the world trade. Hundreds of contracts are concluded every day to ensure that the world s ships keep trading. ...
  • Can Singapore remain as a leading transhipment hub? 

    Cher, Li Ping.; Tan, Dylan Zheng Yu.; Chua, Nadine Shao Jun.; Neo, Sebastian Wei Yang.; Yap, Quansheng.
    This report will examine the transhipment market and its impacts on Singapore's status as a leading transhipment hub in Southeast Asia as well as the measures to be implemented to attract more transhipment traffic. As such, ...
  • An overview on the liability regime under the LLMC 1957, LLMC 1976 and LLMC 1996. 

    Mohamed Akif Bin Mohamed Salim.; Soe, Hein Htet.; Loo, Kennice Jin Hui.; Toh, Xin Yi.; Vazeer Mohamed.
    The principle aim of this report is to study the reason why Singapore switched The Convention of Limitation Of Liability for Maritime Claims(LLMC) 1957 Convention to the 1976 Convention in 2005. We will also be discussing ...
  • Vessel and Financing Acquisition. 

    Foo, Gina Yin Wei.; Hakim Sulaiman.; Khin, Hayman Hein.; Koh, Ke Hui.; Chan, Melvin Zhong Jun.
    Shipping is a fascinating business which is highly cyclical and volatile. In the year of great shipping boom, the shipping industry can evolve from rags to riches in little more than a year, allowing savvy investors to ...
  • The prospects of eco-ships in the near future. 

    Eng, Joel Wei Ming.; Tan, Glenn Wei Jie.; Lin, Jia Le.; Oh, Zhi Chao.; Lau, Gen Sheng.
    We set out on this Final Year Project with the end goal to prove the positive prospect of Eco-ships in the near future. And believe that as a team effort we have managed to delivered our goal and more than that, gain a ...
  • The study of Livestock transportation in Asia. 

    Tan, Josephine Xuan Yu.; Chau, Anh Nghi.; Aelma Sheiqa Binte Mohamed Padillah.; Chua, Jamie Siok Hui.; Lee, Jing.
    Livestock transportation through sea is considered a minor sector in the maritime industry among other prominent sectors such as containerization, yet it is still an important feature in the industry. This topic sparked ...
  • An introduction to China s new trade policy - The One Belt One Road initiative. 

    Chua, Joelyn Pei Xuan.; Cheah, Yew Wei.; Min, Yuyao.; Yuan, Wei.; Kugaan S/O Gopalan.
    In late 2013, the One Belt One Road initiative was proposed by China s President Xi Jinping. This initiative was inspired by the ancient Silk Road that transformed Central Asia into a prosperous business hub. The modern ...
  • The impact of the oversupply of vessels on stakeholders. 

    Low, Kai Wen.; Chen, Hao Ran.; Ho, Aaron Hui Man.; Phua, Dominic Zhi-Lun.; Ng, Nicholas Sing Cong.; Luqmanul Hakeem Bin Yusof.
    The current shipping industry has excess carrying capacity. The freight markets most affected are the bulk carrier, container vessels and offshore vessels markets. There are various reasons that have contributed to the ...
  • Supply and demand of offshore support vessels. 

    Ng, Regine.; Cheong, Carley Jia Li.; Siti Arinah Binte Azahari.; Nurul Atikah Binte Sahwan.
    The aim of this report is to determine the outlook of the supply and demand of Offshore Support Vessels (OSV) based on market trends and factors that may potentially impact the offshore sector, as well as to give recommendations ...
  • The impact of oversupply of container shipping. 

    Lin, Qiyang.; Zay, Yar Lynn.; Lim, Jia Jie.; Chua, Eileen Gui Hui.; Hu, Wen Yan.
    Currently, the shipping industry is affected by the weak economic situation resulting in the oversupply of container shipping due to the high supply of container ship tonnage but low demand for it. Shipping is one of the ...
  • Study of ship demolition practice in South Asia. 

    Neo, Angela Jie Ling.; Tan, Dickson Min Yang.; Lee, Swaleha Afandi.; Matin Ahmad Bin Kamal.; Pitt, Yun Cui.; Anumitha, Sabhanayagam.
    Recycling is the last stage of a ship s life cycle. Ironically, the act of ship recycling defeats its alleged objective, producing more waste than minimising it. Most of the ships built decades ago are now being scrapped ...
  • The future of shipping in polar waters. 

    Chan, Yi Jia.; Toh, Zhi Ying.; Phua, Bing Hao.; Amir Khan Bin Azmi.; Choo, Oswin He Kuang.
    Until recently, International shipping and trade was never done in the Polar Regions due to its harsh climatic conditions. The warming of the Earth due to global warming has accelerated the melting of the sea ice over the ...
  • Singapore Port Operations competitive edge and future initiative. 

    Nurul Syarafina Bte Raman.; Nurafiqah Nadhirah Bte Mohd Noor.; Nur Ezzati Bte Muhd Tahir.; Nur Szailina Bte Soffian.
    The objective of this project is to understand the types of services provided by the Port of Singapore and to attempt analyse and evaluate the challenges faced by the port, in what aspects do we have an advantage over other ...
  • Singapore : Asia s future LNG trading hub. 

    Kong, Siang Sheng.; Lim, Jia En.; Muhammad Asyraf Bin Azmi.; Muhammad Sufiyan Bin Mohamad.; Sim, Nigel Mao Wei.
    There has not been another fuel source able to topple oil for powering marine engines since the switch to coal. However, as increasingly environmental regulations get more stringent and oil-based fuels get more expensive, ...
  • Raising awareness on the migration of foreign species through shipping. 

    Ong, Si Ting.; Tirren Raman S/O Selvan.; Raj, Jashlyn.; Png, Kester Yi Jun.; You, Yong Hui.
    This project is about the impact of invasive species on the environment around the world. It researched on the impacts contributed by different species and the serious effects of each impact on the environment. The study ...
  • Relevance of Marine Insurance Act 1906 in comparison with Insurance Act 2015. 

    Tan, Amerlyn AnJie.; Chen, Xin Yan.; Chua, Qi Li.; Seow, Shi Xuan.; Mohammad Lutfi Dahnial Bin Radzaly.
    Marine Insurance Act 1906 has been enacted more than 100 years, and this has caused multiple practicality issues with the current insurance practices in the modern and fast-changing era. In order to meet the needs and rapid ...
  • Ships of the Future: the concept of unmanned navigation. 

    JEROME Quah, Jerome Wei Ren.; Lee, Calvin Jin Liang.; Neoh, Mei Ting.; Lew, Si Hsien.; Teo, Jing Yin.
    The use of USVs dates back to WWII, where it is only in the 1990s that a large propagation of projects in relation that are researched into due to technological advancements. With the increasing number successful projects ...

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