4 JUNE 2020
20 industry power players share their viewpoints on what’s new in the future of maritime shaped by COVID-19.
A MESSAGE FROM APM TEAM TO ALL OUR VALUED SUPPORTERS
Reed Exhibitions announced the postponement of the 16th edition of Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) rescheduled for 16 - 18 March 2022, due to continuing global restrictions on travel and business activities brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, APM will be launching a series of online conferences and expo from September 2020 to continue to provide the industry with meaningful ways to connect, stay updated and do business. While we won’t be able to host APM this year, we look forward to delivering an inspiring digital APM, and also returning stronger with the industry for our next live edition in 2022, at Marina Bay Sands.
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13 AUGUST 2020
SPOTLIGHT ON INDONESIA: RECALIBRATING THE FUTURE OF MARITIME
In this edition of exclusive interviews with industry leaders, APM speaks to Eddy Kurniawan Logam, Chairman/ President Director, Indonesia Shipbuilding and Offshore Association (IPERINDO) / PT Logindo Samudramakmur on the outlook of the newbuilding market. With shipowners deferring signups for newbuilds due to budget cuts, what adverse effects would this decline bring about?
30 JULY 2020
PERSPECTIVES FROM DAMEN SHIPYARDS: RECALIBRATING THE FUTURE OF MARITIME
In this edition of exclusive interviews with industry leaders, APM speaks to Michel Goedegebuure, Managing Director of Damen Shipyards Singapore, on how he is navigating the pandemic. What are some potential challenges businesses will face in complying with new measures to curb the spread of COVID-19?
16 JULY 2020
PERSPECTIVES FROM PROVIDERS OF DIGITAL SOLUTIONS ON COVID-19: RECALIBRATING THE FUTURE OF MARITIME
In this edition of exclusive interviews with industry leaders, APM speaks to key Providers of Digital Solutions on their analyses of the digitalisation front post COVID-19 and how they have transformed their businesses. What are the next big digital solutions? Is COVID-19 the catalyst to fast-tracking digitalisation?
13 JULY 2020
WEBINAR HIGHLIGHTS: EXPLORING HOW SUPPLIERS CAN FIND SOLACE FROM RETROFITS DUE TO BUDGET CUTS FOR NEWBUILDINGS
43% of respondents suggest that the demand for newbuildings will be lower than pre COVID-19 by 2022. What is the outlook for the newbuilding market? What are the benefits of retrofits and how will it help the shipowners financially?
2 JULY 2020
PERSPECTIVES FROM LEADERS IN ASSOCIATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS ON COVID-19: RECALIBRATING THE FUTURE OF MARITIME
In this edition of exclusive interviews with industry leaders, APM speaks to key players from Associations and Institutions on what they envision for the future post COVID-19. How has the sectors been affected? What has the pandemic highlighted about the vulnerabilities within the maritime supply chain?
29 JUNE 2020
WEBINAR HIGHLIGHTS: WHY COVID-19 COULD BE A GAME CHANGER FOR SCRUBBER SUPPLIERS
47% of respondents forecast more scrubber cancellations in Q4 of 2020 and H1 of 2021. With the fuel spread being compressed by COVID-19, and decimating scrubber savings, what are the underlying sentiments around the scrubber market?
18 JUNE 2020
THE SHIPOWNERS' PERSPECTIVES ON COVID-19: RECALIBRATING THE FUTURE OF MARITIME
In an exclusive interview with APM, shipowners share some initiatives that organisations can take to prepare for the aftermath of COVID-19 and their outlook for the ‘new normal’. What are the pockets of silver lining amidst this mayhem brought to various sectors in the maritime industry? When can we begin to see recovery?
15 JUNE 2020
WEBINAR HIGHLIGHTS: UNDERSTANDING HOW COVID-19 BECAME A CATALYST FOR FASTER DIGITAL ADOPTION IN THE MARITIME INDUSTRY
43% of respondents say that COVID-19 has changed their company’s speed of digital adoption. What is the minimum budget to digitalise a business and what are the various challenges involved?
1 JUNE 2020
WEBINAR HIGHLIGHTS: THE SCRAMBLE FOR NEW & NIMBLE MARITIME SUPPLIERS AMID COVID-19
32% of respondents think that favourable contractual terms are likely to be what shipowners are looking for during COVID-19. What steps can these suppliers take to mitigate risks and increase transparency to set stronger future partnerships?
6 MAY 2020
CHINA GETS BACK ON TRACK
As the rest of the world continues to battle the coronavirus, China has gotten back on its feet, what does this mean for Asia and its growth?
24 APRIL 2020
CORONAVIRUS: FAST-TRACKING DIGITALISATION IN THE MARITIME INDUSTRY
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated work reinvention, find out how the maritime industry is utilising digital tools to maintain business continuity.
8 July (Wednesday), 3:00PM SGT
EXPLORING HOW SUPPLIERS CAN FIND SOLACE FROM RETROFITS DUE TO BUDGET CUTS FOR NEWBUILDINGS
• Determining the impact of COVID-19 on newbuilds and its financial impact
• Exploring why shipowners are turning to retrofits, mothballing and scrapping instead of newbuilds to save costs
• Identifying most likely areas of retrofits and associated costs