Singapore: Debuting in a couple of months our sister site SeaShip News will launch an insightful new bunkering magazine, which you, the reader, can help shape the contents by voting in our brand new poll, launching today.
The world’s largest bunkering event, SIBCON, is fast approaching. Taking place this October in Singapore, SIBCON will discuss the key issues affecting the industry both in Singapore and worldwide.
Setting the agenda SeaShip News, the leading Southeast Asian maritime and offshore title, has struck a deal with the organisers of the show to include our exclusive Singapore Bunkering Market Report 2014 in every delegate’s bag.
SeaShip News’s Singapore Bunkering Market Report 2014 will look at Singapore’s position within world bunkering as well as all the latest technology associated with the sector including mass flow meters, and how low sulphur fuels will change world shipping.
Today we launch our Future of Bunkering Poll, the results of which will be released in the magazine.
The poll takes just two minutes to fill in, unless you want to leave comments (gratefully appreciated) and there is no registration.
Commented sales director Helen Ong, “What we have set out to do with this title is to truly engage the industry, to have dialogue with them, both in face-to-face interviews but also via our interactive poll which I am sure will provide many talking points at SIBCON.”
SeaShip News Singapore Bunkering Market Report 2014 will also look at the latest developments at the world’s other leading ship fuel hubs such as Rotterdam and Fujairah as well as highlighting emerging competitors.
Other topics to be covered include: alternative fuels, measuring quality, the latest from IMO, insurance, bunker vessel designs as well as a special focus on cruiseship requirements
The 40-page special will be the only report of its kind to be available free to download onto your PC, smartphone or tablet.
For further details of this exciting new publishing venture, either contact firstname.lastname@example.org or download the media flyer by clicking here.
Access the easy-to-fill-in Future of Bunkering Poll by clicking here. [31/07/14]