13 - 15 MARCH 2024
MARINA BAY SANDS

APM CONFERENCE

Learning never stops, be it online or onsite. Be inspired by the industry’s most blazing minds as they come together to share critical knowledge about the maritime and shipping future that can impact the world of tomorrow. APM Conference will crack the new world order on what to expect beyond 2022, with new conversations, insights and ground-breaking market analyses.

CONTAINER SHIPPING IN ASIA SERIES

December 2021 – February 2022

Where:
APM Online+

Focus:

MASTERMIND CONFERENCE

16 – 18 March 2022 

Where:
APM 2022 @ Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

Focus:

COMING SOON

RECONNECT & REWATCH

1 March - 30 June 2022

Where:
APM Online+

Focus:

Strategic Conference

Exhibitor Listing

Data-driven Matchmaking

COMING SOON

Container Shipping In Asia Series

Crystal-Ball: Analysing the current marco-economic situation to determine the future direction of Thailand’s container shipping industry post COVID-19

TIME: 2:00pm  DURATION: 30 minutes

Thailand is ASEAN’s second largest economy and is currently a promising hub for maritime, air and road logistics. Shipping volume is expected to grow significantly with UNCTAD forecasting the volume to increase to as high as 536m tons in 2039. Laem Chabang Port, the country’s biggest and busiest port, is currently undergoing expansion. When completed in 2023, the port will have its capacity increased to at least 18m TEUs, up from 11m TEUs currently.

However, with COVID-19 hitting the country’s maritime sector hard, coupled with ongoing political issues, what does the future holds for the Thai container shipping industry? This webinar will look at how ongoing marco-economic issues will shape the Thai container shipping sector in the next 2-3 years, with a focus on future planning. It will also examine the development and growth of secondary ports in the country, and how the current supply chain setup affects the growth of the Thai maritime sector. 

Key Learning Points:

  • Understanding the future direction of Thailand’s shipping sector
  • Analysing Thailand’s current supply chain sector and how it will affect the country’s shipping industry
  • Examining how regional maritime businesses can ride on Thailand’s vibrant future
  • Identifying key developments in Thailand that could significantly affect the country’s shipping industry

Meeting the needs of the nation – A look into existing and future of container shipping in Malaysia

TIME: 2:00pm  DURATION: 30 minutes

  • Identifying the big players in Malaysia’s container shipping industry and discussing opportunities for new global and regional players
  • Overview of performance of Port of Tanjung Pelepas and Port Klang
  • Impact of Covid-19 of shipping demand, supply chain and port development
  • Future-planning through analysis of existing legal framework and government policies

SPEAKERS

MICHEL GOEDEGEBUURE
Managing Director
Damen Shipyards Singapore

IMRAN HALIMI BIN IBRAHIM
Principal Consultant, Head of Research and Development
DNV GL

NAZERY KHALID
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Ocean Engineering Technology and Informatics
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu


Case-study: Port of Tanjung Pelepas / Port Klang

TIME: 3:00pm  DURATION: 30 minutes

  • How the port performed in 2020 vs 2021 and where it is headed in the next 3-5 years
  • Understanding the existing capacity challenges at the port
  • Future-proofing the port

SPEAKERS

MICHEL GOEDEGEBUURE
Managing Director
Damen Shipyards Singapore

IMRAN HALIMI BIN IBRAHIM
Principal Consultant, Head of Research and Development
DNV GL

NAZERY KHALID
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Ocean Engineering Technology and Informatics
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu


Maritime Digitalisation: Upgrading Malaysia’s Maritime Supply Chain

TIME: 4:00pm  DURATION: 30 minutes

  • Overview of the Malaysia’s existing supply chain processes
  • Identifying gaps in efficiency
  • Structuring an effective and integrated digitalisation roadmap

SPEAKERS

MICHEL GOEDEGEBUURE
Managing Director
Damen Shipyards Singapore

IMRAN HALIMI BIN IBRAHIM
Principal Consultant, Head of Research and Development
DNV GL

NAZERY KHALID
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Ocean Engineering Technology and Informatics
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu

Overview of Container Shipping in Indonesia

TIME: 2:00pm  DURATION: 30 minutes

  • Existing infrastructure analysis
  • 5yr growth plan – govt incentive, policies, legal framework
  • Sector opportunities – FDI, marine tech, port tech, infrastructure, etc.

SPEAKERS

MICHEL GOEDEGEBUURE
Managing Director
Damen Shipyards Singapore

IMRAN HALIMI BIN IBRAHIM
Principal Consultant, Head of Research and Development
DNV GL

NAZERY KHALID
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Ocean Engineering Technology and Informatics
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu


Uncovering Opportunities in Ship-repairing and Shipbuilding and Understanding the Various Support from the Burmese Government and Local Maritime Associations

TIME: 3:00pm  DURATION: 30 minutes

  • Analysing Indonesia’s current shipbuilding and ship-repairing industry, including the type of vessels they specialise in
  • Understanding the existing players in the market and whether there are opportunities available for new entrants
  • Determining the type of support that can be provided by the local government and maritime associations to aid new players in the shipbuilding and ship-repairing industry

SPEAKERS

MICHEL GOEDEGEBUURE
Managing Director
Damen Shipyards Singapore

IMRAN HALIMI BIN IBRAHIM
Principal Consultant, Head of Research and Development
DNV GL

NAZERY KHALID
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Ocean Engineering Technology and Informatics
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu


Port Development

TIME: 4:00pm  DURATION: 30 minutes

  • Infrastructure development
  • Tech x logistics x supply chain integration

SPEAKERS

MICHEL GOEDEGEBUURE
Managing Director
Damen Shipyards Singapore

IMRAN HALIMI BIN IBRAHIM
Principal Consultant, Head of Research and Development
DNV GL

NAZERY KHALID
Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Ocean Engineering Technology and Informatics
Universiti Malaysia Terengganu

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