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Final Countdown to Asian Work Boat 2013
Wednesday, 20 February 2013 10:33

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Opens Tuesday, February 26 at the Marina Bay Sands, Hall F, Singapore

The exciting Asian Work Boat exhibition, which includes more than 70 companies from 21 countries, will run from 10.00am to 6.00pm on Tuesday, February 26, and Wednesday, February 27, and from 10.00am to 5.00pm on Thursday, February 28.

Suppliers of designs, construction materials, engines, propulsion systems, electronics, safety equipment, lighting, fendering, lifting equipment, ship repair, generators, delivery services, winches, chandlery, and much more will join a number of the world’s leading work boat builders in presenting their products and services during the exhibition.

Coinciding with the exhibition are five top-class conferences:

SINGAPORE AS AN LNG BUNKERING HUB FOR WORK BOATS

10.00AM – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 – FREE ADMISSION
The intent of Singapore as an LNG Bunkering Hub for Work Boats is to:
Contribute to a shared understanding of the entire LNG bunkering value chain from regulatory framework, supply of LNG, bunkering practices, owner requirements, marine equipment and operational practices
• Showcase local and global best practices in the area of LNG bunkering
• Generate a new shared vision of Singapore as an LNG bunkering hub

ASIAN MARITIME HERITAGE FORUM 2013
1.30PM TO 5.30PM– TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 – FREE ADMISSION
The programme is as follows:
• Chairman’s Welcome Address  – Capt Frederick Francis, Founding Commodore – Youth Skipper Flotilla
• Keynote Speaker – Ambassador Kesavapany, Governor – Singapore International Foundation
Taking our claim as the “Centre of Asian Maritime Heritage and Culture” – Mr Chung Chee Kit, Honorary Curator and Director – YSF Heritage Centre
• Panel discussion facilitated by Mr Cheng Huang Leng
To register, please contact: Ms Irene Loh, PH: +65 9684 8904, or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

YOUNGSHIP: INTRODUCTION TO OFFSHORE
2.00PM TO 6.00PM – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 – FREE ADMISSION
The program includes speakers on the following topics:
Brief introduction to the offshore industry
The offshore industry: an operator’s perspective
• Opportunities and outlooks in the offshore industry
• Introduction to finance in Offshore Support: differences to general shipping and the challenges and remedies to obtain capital today’
• Managing risks in offshore projects

THE GLOBALMET CONFERENCE ON TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OF WORK BOAT CREWS
9.15AM – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 – COST SGD 200.00
To pre-register, email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or book at the registration desk

The programme includes:
• Welcome – Neil Baird, Baird Maritime and Rod Short, GlobalMET
Training and qualifications of crews operating in the offshore sector – Capt Sangameswar, Snr Asst Director, Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore –
Training the next generation of Masters and Mates for dynamic positioning vessels – Capt Gopala Krishnan, Snr Lecturer, Singapore Maritime Academy
Training requirements for offshore vessels – Kuldip Singh Sandhu, International Dynamic Positioning Operators’ Association
Offshore development and skills needed – Graeme Lacey, Chief Executive Officer, AustralAsian Business Development Group
Competence for surveying offshore vessels – Jai Acharya, Technical Director, STET Maritime
Tug training: Who, how and why? – Alan Loynd, Chairman, International Tugmasters’ Association
Safety training and education: Are we going in the right direction? – The Kong Leong, Program Director (Maritime Studies), Nanyang Technological University
• Plenary Discussion
• Workshops: What is Wrong; What to Do?
• Rapporteurs
• Finalisation of Statement of Outcomes
• Bus to Singapore Maritime Academy to view DP Simulator

IMPROVING FERRY SAFETY AND PROFITABILITY IN S.E. ASIA
10.00AM – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 – FREE ADMISSION

The programme includes:
• Chairman’s Welcome: Matthew Flynn, MD, Flynn Consulting
• Keynote Addresses: Len Roueche, CEO, Interferry
Operational Challenges
Strategic and operational challenges of ferry operations – Paul Gannaway, Batamfast
New era for ferries in the Philippines – Sulficio O. Tagud, Jr. President and CEO, 2GO Group
Future challenges of river transport in Bangkok, Thailand – Supapan Pichaironarongsongkram, Chairperson Chao Phraya Express Boat Co
Design and New Materials
Running out of deck space before stability – Stuart Ballantyne, MD, Sea Transport Solutions
Spurring innovation for safe affordable ferries – Roberta Weisbrod Ph.D., Worldwide Ferry Safety Association
Prout’s approach to ferries of the future – Jack Tse, owner, Prout International Safety
Commercial vessels, marine and safety Tasmania: injuries on fast ferries – Peter Keyes, Manager
Key risk areas for fast ferries – Capt Hari Subramaniam, Loss Prevention Executive, Shipowners' Asia
Training approaches for fast ferries – Capt Andre Khir, Managing Director, STET Maritime
The Role of Regulation and Standards
On the front line of ferry safety – Commodore Gilbert Rueras, Commander Maritime Safety Services Command, Philippine Coast Guard
The role of national and international standards in ferry operations and construction – Koh Yong Ping, Marine Commercial Manager, Bureau Veritas Marine (Singapore)
Common sense development and application of regulations – Stuart Ballantyne, MD, Sea Transport Solutions



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Comprehensive Conferences at ASIAN WORK BOAT 2013
Monday, 11 February 2013 16:27

The programme for the last of the five exciting maritime conferences to be held alongside the ASIAN WORK BOAT 2013 Exhibition has now been revealed.

To be held in the Marina Bay Sands Convention Center from Tuesday, February 26 to Thursday, February 28 the ASIAN WORK BOAT Exhibition and Conferences provide an easily accessible, high quality and comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art of global work boat developments.

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World's leading work boat suppliers show off in Singapore
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 08:14

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The ASIAN WORK BOAT Exhibition and Conferences return to Singapore from February 26 to 28 at Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre.

More than 70 companies from 21 countries will be bringing the best the industry’s suppliers have to offer to the work boat owners and operators of the ASEAN region.

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