Introduced in 2007, Sea Asia is one of the fastest growing and most influential maritime events in Asia today. It has grown phenomenally with 70% increase in the number of participants since the inaugural event with more than 12,000 participants in 2011, mirroring the same growth pattern of the Asian maritime industry.
Sea Asia delivers high numbers of visitors and delegates and attracts high-level executives and decision makers. At Sea Asia 2011, one in five visitors registered were ship-owners, charterers, operators and managers.
Sea Asia has built a trusted reputation with the key stakeholders in shipping, government agencies and trade associations, and is supported with official pavilions from across the globe. Held as one of the anchor events at the Singapore Maritime Week, organised by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, Sea Asia 2013 promises to be the perfect platform for business that will bring together the largest gathering of international and regional shipping luminaries from the maritime community.
12,167 participants from 70 countries attended Sea Asia 2011 conference and exhibition held at Marina Bay Sands Singapore from 12-14 April 2011.
343 exhibiting companies occupied over 13600 sqm of gross exhibition space, nearly tripling in size when compared to the inaugural event held in 2007
7 country pavilions including China, Japan, Norway, Panama, Singapore, Turkey and United Kingdom
711 delegates attended the conference sessions held over 3 days, from 31 countries where 59 high-profile speakers comprising thought-leaders and subject matter experts debated on various issues ranging from finance to insurance and LNG shipping.