The 21st edition of the Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition, fondly known as SIBCON by the bunkering industry, is scheduled to be held virtually from 6 to 8 October 2020.
The SIBCON committee said the COVID-19 outbreak has raised several concerns in the events space, and they want to assure the industry that they will continue to monitor the situation with the health of all participants uppermost in mind.
They are also in constant consultation with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and related Government agencies regarding the situation in Singapore.
“SIBCON remains on schedule from 6 – 8 October 2020, and it is now happening virtually, and the planning is progressing well,” said the SIBCON organising committee.
With over 50 speakers, sponsors and exhibitors confirmed, the committee said it is pleased with the industry’s response and will continue to develop the programme and the show floor.
The key discussion themes for SIBCON 2020 will be:
Features of SIBCON 2020 include:
Those who wish to be a part of SIBCON 2020 may register their interest here.
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Published: 23 July, 2020
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