NBAS, The Norwegian Embassy in Singapore, and Innovation Norway will jointly host the Singapore Norway Innovation Conference (SNIC) 2022, supported by The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA). The three parties will host the conference at hotel Conrad Centennial in Singapore on 18 November 2022. They strongly appreciate having MPA as a partner for SNIC 2022.
‘The strong partnership with MPA is of outmost importance for NBAS and the Norwegian owned maritime related companies in Singapore. We have defined and developed many positive synergies between MPA and NBAS and look forward to continue developing the cooperation’, states Leonard O. Stornes, President of NBAS.
SNIC is a key platform
Mr. Kenneth Lim, Assistant Chief Executive (Industry and Transformation), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, says SNIC is one key platform for maritime companies in both Singapore and Norway:
‘MPA is pleased to be an event partner of SNIC and further strengthens the maritime partnership between Singapore and Norway over the past 22 years. SNIC is one key platform for maritime companies in both countries to accelerate innovation and decarbonisation collaboration. Strong collaboration is essential to supporting global decarbonisation efforts in the maritime industry, leading to the adoption of technologies and solutions to decarbonise our industry, states Mr. Lim.
All speakers and panelists participate in person. Hence, SNIC2022 is an excellent networking platform for identifying new business opportunities within the green shift for shipowners, solution providers, and other key stakeholders in the maritime industry.
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