WHY SEA ASIA?

Refreshed and reinvigorated, Sea Asia 2021 comes back to enable the industry to explore partnerships with new customers in decarbonisation, technology and innovation. With demonstrated success in fostering connections
during the April Virtual Preview, the September edition will connect, engage and help take your business forward. 

Sea Asia has built a unique and productive relationship with the regional maritime market, uniting thousands of maritime buyers with innovative industry suppliers, solution-providers and equipment manufacturers.

As the industry expands into new domains and joins forces with the startup and technology community, so does Sea Asia. Anchor your presence at Sea Asia 2021 and supplement your traditional relationships with new partnerships. 

 

Direct Access to a Pool of High-Quality Buyers for all 3 Days

Exhibiting at Sea Asia is about pitching to decision-makers who truly matter to your business. 

Proven Results for Past Exhibiting Companies

85 percent of Sea Asia exhibitors surveyed indicated that they improved their sales prospects from their participation at Sea Asia.

International Maritime Industry Trusts Sea Asia

Maritime industry suppliers have increasingly relied on Sea Asia as the one-stop platform to reach out to key buyers in the region, evidenced by the new addition of country pavilions in every edition.

Leverage on the Double Platform for Double the ROI

Network and establish new business virtually reaching out to a global audience.


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Interview with Wilhelmsen Ships Service

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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:

  • Asian Shipowners’ Association membership controls about 50% of the world’s merchant fleet. 
  • Nine of the world’s top 10 container ports by volume in 2018 are in Asia. 
  • China, Japan and South Korea account for over 90% of the entire global shipbuilding market share.

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. 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.

  • Annually, more than 130,000 ships call at Singapore 
  • At any one time, there are about 1,000 vessels in the Singapore port 
  • The Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS) is amongst the top 5 largest ship registries in the world. Today, the SRS has over 4,500 vessels registered with it. 
  • Singapore tops Shipping Centre Index (Baltic Exchange/ Xinhua) for the sixth year running. 
  • Singapore is one of the world’s busiest transhipment hubs that is connected to 600 ports in over 120 countries. 
  • Singapore is recognised as the top leading maritime capital of the world (Menon Report) for the fourth consecutive time.

WHO VISIT SEA ASIA?

AP Moller Singapore • Berge Bulk Maritime • Bernhard Schulte Group • BTS Tankers • BW Group • Chembulk Tankers • Chevron Shipping • China Navigation • CMA CGM • Cosco Shipping Tanker • Eagle Bulk • Gearbulk Shipping Singapore • IMC Shipping Co • Interorient Shipmamagement • Kim Heng Marine & Oilfield • McDermott • Nanjing Tanker Corporation • NYK Group South Asia • Ocean Tankers • Odfjell Singapore • Pacific International Lines • Pacmar Shipping • PT Indonesia Bulk Carrier • Regional Container Lines • Shell Shipping & Maritime • SMIT Salvage • Solstad Offshore • Stolt Tankers • Swire Shipping • Taihua Shipping • Wan Hai Lines • Yangtze Navigation • And many more...