Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) 2024

Asia Pacific Maritime (APM), the largest meeting place in Southeast Asia for the global maritime value chain, will return for its 18th installment in Singapore from 13 to 15 March 2024 at the Marina Bay Sands.

This year’s premier exhibition and conference is expected to bring together more than 14,000 shipowners, shipyards, ship management, and technical procurers to meet over 1,400 solutions providers.

“For the past few months, we have been reconnecting with industry players globally to learn about their latest solutions, services, and technologies that will drive the maritime sector over the next decade.

“Through APM, we are excited to be connecting these global brands with the Asian audience and bringing their offerings here to further support collaboration and growth,” said Yeow Hui Leng, Group Project Director, RX, the organiser of APM.

As part of the APM outreach effort, RX also organises the APM Roadshow – a series of events to engage local maritime communities across Southeast Asia and offer early insights into the key topics that will be discussed at the event in Singapore. The Malaysia edition will run on 17 January 2024, from 2.00pm onwards at the Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur.

Key topics that will be discussed include the performance of Malaysia’s maritime sector in 2023 and growth forecast for 2024-2025, how innovation is addressing Malaysia’s port infrastructure deficit, and practical insights into optimising financial and maritime strategies using Labuan entities.

With the theme ‘Future of Vessels, Solutions for Tomorrow’, APM 2024 aims to be the platform for knowledge exchange and information sharing. The conference and exhibition will focus on highlighting smarter solutions to achieve net-zero objectives, drive cybersecurity, improve satellite communication mobility, and embrace digitalisation.

This year’s conference, sponsored by DNV, will feature more than 80 speakers to deliver dialogues across six conference themes spread out across three days – Sustainability, Innovation and Digitalisation, Manpower & Training, Maritime Cyber Security, Port & Terminals, and Insurance.




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