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November 2020

09

Monday

MSC Connexions Forum 2020

The MSC Connexions Forum organised by the Maritime Singapore Connect (MSC) Office ran as a virtual webinar. This half-day session was organised specially for those in the HR and PR functions of the maritime industry, and those working with students and jobseekers in schools and various career centres under Workforce Singapore (WSG) and the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i). It gathered attendees to discuss maritime manpower development-related issues, offering education and career guidance coaches as well as maritime employers industry insight while addressing employment trends. Invited speakers included Ms Keidi Tay, Frontend Developer of ShipsFocus Group and Mr Ang Wee-Tiong,...

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October 2020

21

Wednesday

Webinar on “Digitalisation for the Marine & Offshore Engineering Sector”

The Association of Singapore Marine Industries (ASMI), Enterprise Singapore (ESG), Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and JTC Corporation have jointly organised a webinar on “Digitalisation for the Marine & Offshore Engineering Sector”. The efforts of promoting digitalisation has been one that the Government have been actively championing in recent years to help streamline operations and improve business productivity. With the impact of the COVID-19, it has become imminent that digitalisation is crucial for the survival of companies in the new normalcy we are entering into. With the new normal, the Marine & Offshore Engineering sector (especially the SMEs) will need...

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09

Friday

MaritimeONE Scholars’ Advance

Each year, SMF organises the MaritimeONE Scholars’ Advance to provide newly awarded and senior scholars the opportunity to give back to the community through meaningful activities and to foster friendships between one another. This year, 50 scholars volunteered to pack and distribute 300 food bundles to senior beneficiaries of Thye Hua Kwan who reside in rental flats at Ang Mo Kio. The event was held over two days to ensure that safe distancing regulations were adhered to.

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07

Wednesday

Maritime Knowledge Shipping Sessions 40

The 40th Maritime Knowledge Shipping Session (MKSS) titled “Navigating our Way Through Chaotic Times” was held virtually. This webinar is part of the MKSS, a series of seminars where insurance and maritime experts are invited to present insights and analysis on the current and emerging trends in the marine insurance and maritime sectors. Invited speakers included: • Mr Paul Hackett, Head of Marine, Energy & Engineering, Asia Pacific & MENA, Canopius Asia Pte Ltd and IUMI Facts & Figures Committee Member • Mr Rama Chandran, Head of Marine – Singapore & Head of Hull & Marine Liability – Asia, QBE...

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06

Tuesday

21st Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON) 2020

The world’s largest and most influential bunker event was back to enable the industry it has been serving for over 20 years. Themed “Powering Fuels of the Future, Driving towards Decarbonisation”, SIBCON 2020 was 100% online and hosted on an interactive virtual event platform with key decision makers across the global bunkering community convening online to address the current and future commercial landscape, growth segments, and strategies to operate in the post-COVID environment. The first ever virtual SIBCON delivered cutting edge content through an unrivalled speaker line up, and brought to participants even more networking opportunities. For more information, visit...

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September 2020

30

Wednesday

ASMI-GWEC Webinar

The Association of Singapore Marine Industries (ASMI) and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) have jointly organised a webinar on “Understanding Opportunities and Challenges of Offshore Wind in Asia Pacific for Singapore Marine & Offshore Engineering Sector”. This was part of the Industry Transformation Map (ITM) for the Marine & Offshore Engineering Sector launched in 2018, where one of the key new growth areas identified is on offshore renewables. The growth strategy is aligned with the global agenda of moving towards a low-carbon future and Asia’s appetite in this area is still on a growth trajectory amidst the current pandemic....

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12

Saturday

MPA Virtual Tours

Singapore Maritime Trial 1: Our Heritage Discover the interesting history behind the iconic landmarks rooted in Singapore's maritime heritage. Visit the first infrastructures installed to support Singapore's port and sea trade in the 19th century and locate the various landing points, control towers and lighthouses that served generations of seafarers, traders and administrators in keeping Singapore's harbour growing and thriving in its many maritime activities. MPA Learning Journeys: Sea Tour As one of the world's busiest ports, Singapore's waters are always bustling with activity. Catch a glimpse of life at sea on this nautical journey alongside a wide variety of...

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08

Tuesday

“Go Further, Dream Bigger” 3-D Interactive Artworks Campaign

This year, the Maritime Singapore Connect (MSC) Office launched an outdoor marketing campaign at the Dhoby Ghaut MRT station transit area. Members of the public were able to interact with 3-dimensional (3-D) trick-eye installations and take photos with the artwork displays showcasing the various sectors of the maritime industry and diverse maritime job roles. They could even become the subject of the artwork on display – from Ship Captain and Marine Engineer to Data Analyst and Marine Insurance Underwriter.

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04

Friday

MSC Maritime Summit Case Challenge

The second edition of the MSC Maritime Summit Case Challenge (MMSCC) organised by the Maritime Singapore Connect (MSC) Office was run completely virtual. MMSCC 2020 was organised to challenge undergraduates to solve real-life challenges faced by maritime companies whilst working in teams. They had the chance to impress the senior management of PACC Offshore Services Holdings (POSH), PSA and Thome Group with their bright ideas and fresh perspectives. There were two rounds for this case competition – a Preliminary Round with corporate case studies, followed by the Grand Finals. Here, the three finalist teams had 24 hours to develop their...

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