Sea Asia
Why Exhibit?

Why exhibit
Why Asia?

Despite the challenging global market conditions faced by the maritime and offshore industry, the long-term prospects for Asia are positive as it remains one of the fastest-growing regions in the world. Here are some reasons why you should not miss riding on Asia’s wave and be present at Sea Asia:

Here are some reasons why you should be bringing and growing your business in Asia.
• Singapore is the Leading Maritime Capital of the world in 2017.
• Eight of the world’s top 10 container ports by volume in 2016 are in Asia.
• All time high of 83,740 ships transit the world’s busiest shipping lane in 2016 - Straits of Malacca and Singapore.
• The Asian Shipowners’ Association membership alone controls an estimated 50% of the world’s merchant fleet.
• China, Japan and South Korea account for over 90% of the entire global shipbuilding market share.
• Chinese and Japanese owners are the world’s top two largest in terms of newbuilding order book on 28.2m gt and 24.8m gt respectively.

Sources: Alphaliner, Asian Shipowners’ Association, Clarksons, Malaysian Marine Department’s

Why Singapore?

Singapore is Asia’s gateway for global leaders in ship financing, ship broking, risk management and marine insurance. Capitalising on its strategic location, sophisticated port facilities and shipyards, Singapore has developed into a premier International Maritime Centre (IMC) where ships hub and essential ancillary services in shipping, commerce and logistics flourish.1

Strategically positioned, Sea Asia is your one-stop platform to forge connections that matter and reach out to key decision makers who are actively sourcing for ancillary services in this crucial maritime hub.


35.4% of Sea Asia 2019 attendees hold decision making/authority for purchasing.

Sources: 1www.maritimesingapore.sg/maritime-industry-overview/