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Gard (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
20 Anson Road
#10-01 Twenty Anson
Singapore 079912
Singapore
OFFICE PHONE + 65 6709 8450
OUTSIDE OFFICE HOURS +65 9159 4589

30.06.16

Insight

Singapore is one of the top bunkering ports in the world – 42.4 million metric tonnes of bunkers are reported to have been sold in 2014. Although the bunker industry is highly regulated, this Insight highlights some of the most common issues and concerns arising out of bunker sales in Singapore.

12.10.18

Loss prevention material

The Singapore Maritime Port Authority now take an active role in loss of anchor investigations.

15.05.17

Insight

Earlier this year the Singapore Court of Appeal clarified the law of agency in bunker supply contracts involving intermediaries.

06.10.09

Insight

In January 2005 Singapore deposited an instrument of accession to the International Convention on Limitation ... that Singapore has become a party only to the 1976 Limitation Convention and not to the 1996 Protocol.Any comments to this article can be e-mailed to the Gard News Editor.Gard News is published quarterly by Gard AS, Arendal, Norway.

19.07.21

Loss prevention material

The majority of all piracy and armed robbery incidents in Asia during the first half of 2021 occurred in the eastbound lane of the traffic separation scheme in the Singapore Strait, with bulk carriers the most frequently targeted ship type.

23.03.20

News

Our office in Singapore has moved. The new address is: 20 Anson Road #10-01 Twenty Anson Singapore 079912 This is a short walk from our previous location. Our telephone numbers remain unchanged.

20.01.20

Loss prevention material

Ships transiting the Singapore Strait should remain vigilant and maintain an adequate anti-piracy watch as the number of incidents of piracy and armed robbery against ships in the Strait jumped nearly fourfold during 2019.

25.05.18

Loss prevention material

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will take ‘stern action’ against vessels found to emit excessive dark smoke that negatively affects air quality.

10.08.17

Insight

The use of mass flow meters (MFM) is mandatory for all fuel oil deliveries in Singapore as of 1 January 2017. However, issues related to bunker quantity remain prevalent.

10.04.15

Insight

In a ground breaking move the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) was launched on 5 January 2015. For the first time in Singapore, high-value, complex, cross border commercial cases can be heard before international judges and parties can be represented by foreign counsel.

07.05.14

News

Gard announced today the opening of its office in Singapore – the 14th office in its global network.

27.11.13

News

Gard announced today that Gard P. & I. (Bermuda) Limited and Gard Marine & Energy Ltd. have applied for insurer licences in Singapore and, subject to regulatory approval, will be opening an office there in spring 2014.

24.10.16

Article

for custody transfer between the bunker supplier and bunker buyer in Singapore, aided by the independent bunker surveyor ... bunker delivery procedure The flowchart below shows the various stages of the MFM bunkering requirements in Singapore ... on industry feedback to consider its elevation to a Singapore standard. 2 Custody transfer - Custody transfer takes place

03.10.16

Article

www.qvector.com.sg No Yes 21 REAL PEST SERVICES 97357811 N.A Yes No 22 RENTOKIL INITIAL SINGAPORE PTE LTD 96319569 N ... MARITIME AND PORT AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE PORT MARINE CIRCULAR NO. 14 OF 2016 22 September 2016 ... informed of the first locally transmitted case of Zika Virus in Singapore on 27 August 2016. 2. Some ports may require

18.05.15

Insight

Singapore’s judiciary is very supportive of arbitration, both domestic and international. Coal & Oil Co LLC v GHCL Ltd [2015] SGHC 65 is the latest of a string of cases where applications to set aside arbitration awards, on alleged breaches of natural justice, public policy and agreed procedures have been refused.

06.05.15

Insight

In a casualty situation there are often disputes about which territorial waters the vessel was in where the incident occurred – not least to secure the most favourable jurisdiction from an owner’s perspective. This article examines the differences between the jurisdictions involved in one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes. 

11.12.14

Loss prevention material

Changes to the pilot boarding grounds near Port of Singapore’s Eastern Fairway will take effect on 1 January 2015.

11.09.14

Loss prevention material

Use of mass flow metering (MFM) systems for all marine fuel oil deliveries will be mandatory in Singapore port from 1 January 2017.

28.05.14

Loss prevention material

The Co-operative Mechanism for the Straits of Malacca and Singapore (SOMS) has recently published a pamphlet providing users of the SOMS with a quick guide to ensure safe passage of their ships.