ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE MARINE INDUSTRIES (ASMI)

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1 World Class & More ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE MARINE INDUSTRIES (ASMI) Non-profit trade association formed in 1968 Representative body for marine and offshore engineering industry in Singapore Mission: To promote the interests and advancement of the marine and offshore engineering industry in Singapore and overseas

2 ASMI S OBJECTIVES Represent collective interests of the industry and the Association s members in Singapore and overseas. Spearhead initiatives to address industry s common concerns and improve productivity, skills upgrading, workplace safety and health standards in industry. Raise general awareness and profile of industry. Maintain closer relations with government bodies and maritime agencies Foster closer cooperation among members. ASMI S KEY ACTIVITIES Organise conferences, seminars and workshops Conduct training and skills certification programmes for marine workforce Organise industry s collective participation in trade shows and business missions Organise industry promotion and outreach programmes Spearhead industry-wide initiatives and collaborations on joint projects with other agencies Publish manuals and guide books Organise social events, networking activities and sports competitions Disseminate industry information

3 SINGAPORE MARINE & OFFSHORE ENGINEERING INDUSTRY KEY SECTORS: Ship Repair and Conversion Shipbuilding Rig Building and Offshore Engineering Marine & Offshore Supporting Industries TYPES OF COMPANIES IN INDUSTRY: Shipyards Manufacturers and suppliers of marine & offshore equipment Marine & offshore engineering companies Marine design and consultancy, survey and inspection services Marine contractors CURRENT POSITION 1. World-Class Industry Serves international clientele of shipowners, oil majors, and oil & gas exploration and production 2. Global Leader in Building of Jack-up Rigs 70% of world s market share 3. World s Leading Conversion Centre for Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Vessels Two-thirds of world s conversion projects

4 CURRENT POSITION 4. Major Player in Construction of Semi-Submersible Rigs 5. One of the World s Premier Ship Repair and Conversion Centre 20% of market share of world s ocean-going ships 6. Niche Market in Building of Specialised and Customised Vessels 7. Comprehensive One-stop Centre for a full-range of Marine & Offshore Products and Services INDUSTRY TURNOVER IN 2015 Total Turnover: S$14.73 billion SECTORAL CONTRIBUTIONS 1 Offshore & Rig building Sector - S$9.57 billion (65%) 2. Ship Repair & Conversion Sector - S$4.86 billion (33%) 3. Shipbuilding Sector - S$290 million (2%)

5 TOTAL EMPLOYMENT IN 2015 No. of Workers Employed: 95,500 workers Source: Ministry of Manpower SHIP REPAIR AND CONVERSION Nature of Work: General Repair & Drydocking, Damage Repair, Afloat Repair, Upgrading & Refurbishment Ship Conversion FPSO/FSO Conversion Modification, Jumboisation, Life Extension Annual No. of Ships called in Singapore for Repair: About 5,000 to 6,000 vessels

6 SHIP REPAIR AND CONVERSION Types of Vessels Repaired and Converted: Anything That Floats Tankers, Very Large Crude Carriers, Chemical Tankers, Cargo Ships, Bulk Carriers, Container Ships, LNG & LPG Carriers, Car Carriers, Livestock Carriers, Cruise Ships, Passenger Ferries, FPSO & FSO Vessels, Dredgers, Seismic Vessels, etc SHIP BUILDING Niche market for specialised & customised new buildings Smaller range vessels Known for fair prices, quality workmanship and short delivery time No. of Vessels Launched Annually: Around 80 to 100

7 SHIP BUILDING Types of Vessels Built: Tankers, Chemical Tankers, Container Ships, Cargo Carriers, Bulk Carriers, Cable-Laying Ships, Dredgers, Ro-ro vessels Catamarans, Passenger Ferries, Anchor-Handling Supply Tugs, Offshore Supply & Utility Vessels, Fire-fighting & Rescue Vessels, Patrol Crafts Naval Ships RIG BUILDING Nature of Work: Repair, Upgrading, Modification, Conversion and New Construction Singapore shipyards own proprietary designs of rigs and jacking and fixation systems

8 RIG BUILDING Types of Offshore Structures: Jack-up Rigs Semi-Submersible Rigs Offshore Floating Platforms Accommodation Platforms Offshore Oil & Gas Structures Drill Ships MARINE & OFFSHORE SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES One-stop superstore with comprehensive range of marine & offshore products and services Location where marine & offshore services and spare parts can be available at shortest possible time

9 MARINE & OFFSHORE SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES Types of Marine & Offshore Supporting Services: Air-conditioning and refrigeration services Corrosion control and painting Electrical and electronic equipment supply & servicing Communication and navigational equipment supply & servicing Marine & offshore engineering services Marine & offshore equipment and materials supply Survey and inspection services Marine design and consultancy services SINGAPORE S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES 1. Strategic Geographical Position in Seaborne Trade crossroads of east-west shipping lines world s busiest port in terms of shipping tonnage major port of call with links to 400 shipping lines and 700 ports worldwide 2. Comprehensive Range of Marine & Offshore Ancillary Services 3. Strong Focus on Workplace Safety & Health Management in Industry 4. Skilled and Disciplined Workforce 5. Strong Project Management Capabilities 4.

10 SINGAPORE S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES 6. Globalisation of Business Strong worldwide customer base and operations worldwide 7. One of Key Sectors In Singapore Maritime Cluster Strong government support as industry is a key cluster in Singapore Government s vision to make Singapore a premier International Maritime Centre Important partner to international shipping communities, oil majors and other offshore players PROVEN TRACK RECORD 1. Quick Turnaround Time 2. Timely Delivery 3. Quality Work 4. Specialised Service

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