Sea Asia
Supporting Organisations



The Association of Singapore Marine Industries (ASMI) is a non-profit trade organisation formed in 1968 to promote the interests and advancement of the marine and offshore engineering industry in Singapore. ASMI represents companies in the business of ship repair and conversion, shipbuilding, rigbuilding and offshore engineering.

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INTERTANKO is the International Association of Independent Tanker Owners, a forum where the industry meets, policies
are discussed and best practices developed. It is a valuable source of first-hand information, opinions and guidance. The strong
support that INTERTANKO enjoys allows it to speak authoritatively and proactively on behalf of tanker operators at international,
regional, national and local level.
The organisation has just over 200 members, whose combined fleet comprises some
3,800 tankers totalling nearly 330 million dwt. INTERTANKO's associate membership stands at some 260 companies and
organisations related to the tanker industry.


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The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was established on 2 February 1996, with the mission to develop
Singapore as a premier global hub port and international maritime centre (IMC), and to advance and safeguard Singapore's
strategic maritime interests. MPA is the driving force behind Singapore's port and maritime development, taking on the
roles of Port Authority, Port Regulator, Port Planner, IMC Champion, and National Maritime Representative. MPA partners
the industry and other agencies to enhance safety, security and environmental protection in our port waters, facilitate port
operations and growth, expand the cluster of maritime ancillary services, and promote maritime R&D and manpower development.


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The Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) represents a wide spectrum of shipping companies and other businesses
allied to the shipping industry.

It is a national trade association formed in 1985 to serve and promote the interests of its members and to enhance
the competitiveness of Singapore as an International Maritime Centre.


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The Baltic Exchange is the world's only independent source of maritime market information for trading and settlement of physical and freight derivative contracts. The global community of Baltic members encompass the majority of bulk commodity shipping interests, each committing to a code of conduct overseen by the Baltic. Members are responsible for a large proportion of all dry cargo and tanker fixtures as well as sale and purchase of merchant vessels. Exchange offices are centred in Shanghai, Singapore, Athens and London.

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