SEA Asia 2023
From 25 to 27 April 2023, Sea Asia will take place at Marina Bay Sands Singapore. NMT is again organizing an NL Pavilion at this exhibition. Sign up
Sea Asia is recognized worldwide as the leading platform for the maritime industry to interact, explore business opportunities, hear the latest insights and find new products and services.
Past editions of Sea Asia consistently welcomed nearly 15,000 international participants from more than 70 countries/regions with more than 400 exhibitors.
Sea Asia stands for creating communities, fostering connections and marketing the latest industry trends. As such, the exhibition will focus on top-level networking opportunities, knowledge sharing, market trends and new technologies, and the latest product innovations.
- Stand construction including display of your company logo and name
- Stand inventory, electricity and lighting
- Joint central lounge with catering (including lunch)
- NL network reception
- Offer NMT travel and transport arrangements
- Joint PR
- WiFi available in the NL Pavilion
- Support from NMT
The upcoming edition of SEA Asia will take place in Singapore. For 2023, they expect more than 10,000 visitors and more than 70 participating countries. Singapore is one of the global hubs for players within the maritime industry, and a gateway for the industry in the region.
In Singapore, repairs and conversions are carried out on oil and gas platforms, jack-up rigs and FPSOs, among others. It also repairs and maintains a large number of ships, such as tankers and LNG carriers. Other countries where there are also opportunities such as India, Indonesia, Vietnam are relatively close by.
The lion's share of all shipbuilding in Asia takes place in the East. In terms of Compensated Gross Tonnage (CGT), China accounts for most of the global order intake and deliveries in 2021 of commercial ocean-going vessels. Following China is South Korea and then Japan. Globally, container ships comprise the largest share of order books in terms of CGT, followed by gas tankers, bulk carriers, oil and chemical tankers, passenger ships and ferries, and the "other non-cargo" category.
Asia also tops the rankings in terms of repair and maintenance. China ranks No. 1 in this regard. 42% of reported repair events from early 2021 through August 2022 are attributable to yards located in China, according to Clarksons Research. Followed by Turkey (10%) and Singapore (3%).
In short, there is a lot of shipbuilding and ship repair taking place in Asia.
The cost per m2 for members of NMT and IRO is €995,- excluding VAT. Non-members pay €1095,- excl. VAT.
There is a minimum purchase of 9 m2 per company.
Prices are excluding travel and accommodation costs.
For more information, contact Evy Menheere, Trade Promotion Manager at NMT at T 088 44 51 014 or E email@example.com.