The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) on Monday (19 April) recognised 10 companies and an individual for their significant contributions to Maritime Singapore at this afternoon’s Singapore International Maritime Awards (IMA) 2021.
Chee Hong Tat, Senior Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Transport, presented the awards in a hybrid event held both virtually and at Marina Bay Sands in conjunction with the 15th Singapore Maritime Week.
MPA said it received more than 200 nominations for the 11th edition of the biennial awards. This year’s award recipients included bunker suppliers, ship owners, maritime service providers and R&D technology firms. The judging panel also considered the resilience of nominees in adapting and contributing to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The COVID-19 pandemic this past year has exposed the vulnerabilities of the global supply chain. It is critical for companies to remain agile to navigate through these uncertain times,” said Quah Ley Hoon, Chief Executive of MPA.
“Despite the challenges, many companies and individuals have adapted and thrived amidst the crisis. This year’s awards recognised several companies and individuals who have played an integral role in Singapore’s continued success as a leading maritime hub.”
The International Maritime Awards 2021 Winners are:
|International Maritime Centre (IMC) Award (Corporate/Individual)
Awarded to the company or individual that has contributed significantly towards the development of Singapore as an IMC
|Eastern Pacific Shipping Pte Ltd (Corporate)
Mr Andreas Sohmen-Pao (Individual)
|Excellence in Manpower Training and Development
Award Awarded to the company, organisation or institute of higher learning that has contributed to the growth and development of Singapore’s maritime manpower by demonstrating its commitment towards supporting employment and training efforts
|PSA International Pte Ltd|
|Outstanding Maritime R&D and Technology Award
Awarded to the company or research institution in Singapore that has demonstrated outstanding innovation in the research, development or testbedding of technology for the maritime industry
|ShipsFocus Services Pte Ltd|
|Sustainability Award (NEW)
Awarded to the company that has contributed significantly to sustainability and decarbonisation efforts in the maritime industry
|Sembcorp Marine Ltd|
Awarded to the outstanding bunker supplier or bunker craft operator in Singapore that has demonstrated commitment to quality standards, quantity assurances and customer satisfaction, in line with the objective of promoting Singapore as the preferred bunkering hub.
|V-Bunkers Tankers Pte Ltd|
|Maritime Service Provider Award
Awarded to the maritime service provider that has demonstrated exceptional professional performance and contribution to Singapore’s maritime industry
|Synergy Marine Pte Ltd|
|SRS Ship Owner of the Year Award
Awarded to the outstanding owner of quality Singapore-registered ships
|AET Tankers Pte Ltd|
|SRS Green Ship of the Year Award
Awarded to the outstanding owner of quality green Singapore-registered ships
|Saga Dawn, Saga LNG Shipping Pte Ltd Takaroa Sun, NYK Bulkship (Asia) Pte Ltd (Special Mention)|
|SRS Green Ship Owner Award (NEW)
Awarded to the ship owner with the largest proportion of ships participating in the Green Ship Programme
Photo credit: The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
Published: 20 April, 2021
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