Singapore Shipping Association confirmed as a partner for SNIC 2022

Snic Confirmed Partner Ssa
Caroline Yang

President of SSA, Ms. Caroline Yang, says that SSA is delighted to support SNIC 2022:

“Collaboration across the industry is key to decarbonising and digitalising the sector. We are delighted to support the Singapore Norway Innovation Conference (SNIC) 2022. Especially as Singapore intensifies its decarbonisation and digitalisation efforts in the maritime sector. SNIC 2022 provides an opportunity for SSA and Singapore to share and garner insights from other Norwegian decarbonisation and digitalisation projects,” states Ms. Yang.

NBAS, The Norwegian Embassy in Singapore, and Innovation Norway will jointly host SNIC 2022 with our partners at hotel Conrad Centennial in Singapore. We host the conference on 18 November 2022 from 9.45 am to 4.30 pm.

You can read more and register conference here.

Forward leaning and innovative

Mr. Leonard Stornes, President of NBAS, warmly welcomes SSA as a partner for Singapore Norway Innovation Conference (SNIC) 2022:

“SSA has done an excellent job for decades, promoting Singapore as a leading maritime center developing collaboration and partnerships between its members and within the global maritime industry in general. We look forward to working with such an innovative and forward-leaning association as SSA to make SNIC 2022 a conference of real value where we will aim to define opportunities and highlight innovation that will benefit both Singapore and Norway’s focused efforts toward reaching the ambitious maritime decarbonisation objectives” says Mr. Stornes.

This is Singapore Shipping Association:

SSA represents over 470 member companies from different parts of the marine industry:
Ship owners and operators, ship managers, ship agents, and other ancillary companies such as shipbrokers, classification societies, marine insurers, bunker suppliers, maritime lawyers, shipping bankers, and technology start-ups, amongst others.

SSA has been a national trade association since 1985. It serves and promotes its members’ interests and enhances Singapore’s competitiveness as an International Maritime Centre.

To achieve its objectives, SSA collaborates with key stakeholders in the shipping industry and is a trusted advisor and partner to related government agencies. SSA is also actively promoting the interests of shipping in Singapore and internationally.

Read more about SSA at their website.