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3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing – revolutionizing the supply of replacement parts

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: Wednesday, 14 November 2018, 12:00 PM

: Straits Room, Nordea, 138 Market Street #09-01 CapitaGreen, Singapore 048946

: Member ($25), Non-Member ($40)

3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing: revolutionizing the supply of replacement parts for field development projects and operations

 

We warmly invite you to a lunch seminar on Wednesday 14 November at Nordea’s office about 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing by DNV GL.

 

Additive manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, progressively builds up products from raw materials such as metal powder feedstock or a wire, can transform the business models of many industries.

 

A report by the World Economic Forum suggests that AM could unlock approximately USD 30 billion of value for oil and gas companies. Contributing to the delivery of long-term cost efficiencies that are not only vital to the future success of the oil and gas industry, but vital to enabling the energy transition that DNV GL have forecast.

 

DNV GL have specifically created a multidiscipline X-Team look at business models surrounding AM. The team joins the DNV GL Global AM Centre of Excellence in Singapore and has three months to identify and test possible positions for DNV GL in a fast-changing ecosystem.

 

During the presentation, Dr Sastry Kandkuri and Simon Ratcliffe from the AM X-Team and Brice Le Gallo, DNV GL regional manager for South East Asia and Australia, will introduce us to AM and facilitate a valuable discussion about the challenges and opportunities of adopting this technology.

 

Presenters from DNV GL

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Further, we are pleased to announce that Espen Sivertsen, CEO at Ivaldi Group, will present how they are digitalising maritime supply chains with 3D printing technology by:

  • disrupting the supply chain for marine parts using 3D printing technology,
  • making print-on-demand a reality – the value and benefits that 3D printing can bring to support the supply chain processes, and
  • creating business service models adapted for the maritime sector.

Venue: Nordea, Straits meeting room, 138 Market Street, #09-01 CapitaGreen, Singapore

Time: Wednesday 14th November 2018, 12:00-2:00pm

Cost: $25 for members DABS, FBC, SwedCham and NBAS and $40 for non-members

PLEASE REGISTER HERE.

Program:

12:00 Lunch and registration

12:30 Welcome remarks

12:35 3D printing with Brice Le Gallo, Simon Ratcliffe and Dr Sastry Kandukuri from DNV GL

1:35 Digitalising maritime supply chains with 3D printing technology with Espen Sivertsen from Ivaldi

1:45 Q&A and concluding remarks

Kindly note that there are limited seats available, that registration is binding and payment non-refundable.