The two day conference and exhibition returns to a larger hall in the luxurious Marina Bay Sands, Singapore this September. It is the only dedicated show in the region for the South East Asian bulk liquid storage industry to network, learn and do business.
The Energy Silk Road initiative is a significant infrastructure investment covering land and marine connections between China and 65 other countries from Europe’s ARA region through to Russia, Turkey, China and South East Asia. This will be a key influence in continuing Asia's growth in storage capacity, currently up 5%, supported by an increase in terminal investments across the region.
Asia is expected to add an additional 45 million m3 of crude oil storage capacity between 2015 and 2017, and with the economy growing faster than the rest of the world, there couldn’t be a better time to visit – register today for free, fast track entry.
“We had multiple meetings with Engineers and Technical Managers of some of the largest operators in the industry from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan and India to name a few. These have all been appointed out to our Distribution network and I am very confident they will result in firm orders before the end of 2015.”
Darren Hughes, International Business Development Manager, Concrete Canvas Ltd.
“Judging from the turnout on both days as well as visitors to the exhibition, I would say that it has been a successful conference and exhibition. The networking sessions spread over the conference provided a very excellent opportunity to meet up with both customers, suppliers and exhibitors.”
Vincent Low, Commercial Manager, Stolthaven Singapore Pte Ltd