Sea Asia 2015

General Information

Date: 21 to 23 April 2015

Venue:
Level 1 & Basement 2 (Exhibition)
Level 3, Begonia Room (Conference)
Sands Expo & Convention Centre
Marina Bay Sands® Singapore


Exhibition Opening Hours:
21 April 2015 10am - 7pm
22 April 2015 10am - 7pm
23 April 2015 10am - 5pm


  Frequency: Biennial
  Edition: 5th edition
  Show Area: 22,000 sqm
  Target Visitorship: More than 14,000

About Sea Asia 2015

Sea Asia 2015, one of the most anticipated maritime industry events in Asia, returns for the 5th edition. To be held at the Marina Bay Sands® Singapore from 21 to 23 April 2015, Sea Asia showcases the best business networking initiatives in shipping with an established feature as an attested platform to strike deals.

Since the inaugural event in 2007, Sea Asia has multiplied in strength, achieving an amazing 88 per cent increase in attendance over the inaugural event. The previous edition in 2013 attracted more than 13,000 participants from 68 countries, and featured 385 exhibitors from 36 countries.

Sea Asia 2015, an anchor event of the Singapore Maritime Week, will bring together many leaders in Asian shipping, finance, shipbuilding and offshore marine, alongside their counterparts from around the world. The Sea Asia exhibition will provide the most sophisticated and broad based shop window of maritime products and services yet assembled in Singapore, with a greatly increased international participation. Occupying both Basement 2 and Level 1 exhibition halls at Marina Bay Sands®, Singapore, the exhibition will be 30 per cent larger in terms of gross exhibition space covering 22,000 sqm. The 3-day Sea Asia conference will bring forth the latest discussion and debates on key trends, opportunities and challenges facing the maritime industry.

Why Visit?

Strong industry support and proven track records

Co-organised by Seatrade and the Singapore Maritime Foundation, Sea Asia 2015 is an anchor event of the Singapore Maritime Week 2015.

Business opportunities

72 per cent of visitors surveyed in Sea Asia 2013 made contact with new suppliers.

Strong regional and international participation

Meet over 400 companies from more than 30 countries showcasing a comprehensive range of maritime products, services and new technologies.

Get connected – Business matching

The new Sea Asia mobile app allows visitors to connect and make appointments with the exhibitors before the event.

Attend free seminar theatre presentations

More than 30 presentations will be conducted on various topics over 3 days at the exhibition halls.

Networking platform

Get connected with fellow maritime professionals and decision-makers from around the globe via the Sea Asia networking events. Catch up with old friends, re-affirm ties and establish new business contacts.

Why Exhibit?

Organised for the industry by key industry players

Sea Asia 2015, an anchor event of the Singapore Maritime Week 2015, is co-organised by Seatrade and the Singapore Maritime Foundation and strongly supported by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and key industry associations.

Get connected with the right buyers

The right platform to meet over 14,000 maritime and offshore trade executives.1 in 3 visitors are decision-makers or have purchasing responsibilities.

Strong regional and international participation

Join over 400 companies from more than 30 countries showcasing a comprehensive range of maritime products, services and new technologies.

Seminar theatre

The seminar theatre platform provides additional opportunities for exhibitors to showcase and conduct personalised product presentations.

Wide media outreach

Sea Asia, a highly publicised event, enjoys wide editorial and media coverage across the region.

Visitor Profile

Sea Asia visitors are from the following industries:

  • Bulk operators
  • Charterers
  • Classifications societies
  • Consultants
  • Engine makers
  • Equipment suppliers
  • Government officials
  • Insurance players
  • International organisations
  • Liner operators
  • Offshore operators
  • Oil & gas players
  • Protection and Idemnity (P&I) club
  • Ship agents
  • Ship brokers
  • Ship managers
  • Ship owners
  • Shippers
  • Shipping associations
  • Shipping lawyers
  • Shipping logistics operators
  • Shipyards
  • Superintendents
  • Surveyors
  • Terminal operators
  • and many more

Sea Asia 2015 conference - a three day programme that brings together industry experts and thought leaders to voice and discuss key issues that the maritime & offshore industries are facing today. A total of eight unique sessions will be explored on the following days:

Tuesday, 21 April 2015 Wednesday, 22 April 2015 Thursday, 23 April 2015
  • Sea Asia Global Forum
  • Asian Voice in World Shipping: Liner
  • Asian Voice in World Shipping: Bulk
  • Offshore Marine Forum: Challenges
  • Offshore Marine Forum: The State of the Market
  • Ship Finance
  • LNG Transportation
  • Navigating Challenges: Moving Forward

To hear from over 50 internationally well-known speakers and panel participants, register as a conference delegate today to catch up on industry thinking and news directly from those in the know. As a conference delegate, you will have access to the conference sessions, the showcase exhibition, delegate lunches, coffee breaks and the Welcome Reception.

To register for Sea Asia 2015, go to www.sea-asia.com today.

Mobile App

Download the new Sea Asia mobile app today!

  • Receive breaking industry news
  • Up-to-date information on the exhibition & conference
  • Know who’s exhibiting & where to find them
  • Easy to use features to plan your agenda

Download our Sea Asia Mobile App by visiting these links below:


Seatrade UK

Seatrade House
42 North Station Road
Colchester CO1 1RB, UK
+44 1206 545121
+44 1206 545190
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Seatrade Singapore

7500A Beach Road
#08-301/302 The Plaza
Singapore 199591
+65 6294 2280
+65 6294 2780
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This feature is courtesy of IBC Asia.

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