Save the World Webinar
MARITIME / SHIPPING
SUSTAINABILITY

16 June 2022 (Thu), 11am (SGT)

Together we’re shaping the future of logistics and transport

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DISCUSSIONS ON:

   

  • Direction and road-map of Singapore in meeting the UN's 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in respect of the Maritime sector 

 

  • The Port of Singapore in supplying low and zero-carbon fuels, such as biofuels, methanol, ammonia and potentially hydrogen, as well as enable green technologies, such as carbon capture, storage and utilisation, as Singapore readies itself for "multi-fuel bunkering transition”

 

  • Public / private sector collaborations in co-creating an ecosystem to pivot Singapore to become a global hub for: 

    • Decarbonisation research and development, green financing, and strengthening carbon accounting and reporting

    • Incentivising ship owners to operate green ships, targeting 50% of vessels in the Singapore Registry of Ships by 2050

 

Panelists

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Lee Siew Kit

Vice President

(Technology & IT)

SINGAPORE CRUISE CENTRE

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Goh Chung Hun

General Manager (Fleet)

PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL LINES

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Dr Sanjay C Kuttan

Chief Technology Officer

GLOBAL CENTRE FOR MARITIME DECARBONISATION

Matthew Gallagher

Sales & Marketing Director

KUEHNE+NAGEL

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MODERATOR

Karmjit Singh

Chairman

CILT SINGAPORE

At Singapore Cruise Center, Siew Kit leads a team of IT managers and specialists to architect, design, deploy and support technology and IT solutions for the enterprise. 


With 30 plus years of aviation and a few years of maritime industry experiences spanning airline, ground handling, MRO, airport, and related ferry and cruise terminal, Siew Kit has vast experiences conceptualizing, prototyping, innovating architecting, designing, implementing and maintaining technology and IT solutions to support aviation (ground and air), food and logistics businesses, and smart cities. 

Chung Hun manages the ship-management division of PIL, overseeing the daily running of about 95 container ships and bulk carriers, covering technical, crewing, purchasing, safety, bunkering and insurance departments.

He has almost 30 years of fleet management, technical, marine operations and seafaring experience. Prior to PIL, he was Director (Shipping) / Director (Marine) at the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), General Manager at MP Offshore, and Marine Operations Manager in Singapore for classification society Lloyd’s Register.

Sanjay has held various positions in the private and public sector across his career.

 

Prior to joining GCMD, he was the Executive Director of the Singapore Maritime Institute which is responsible for funding maritime research projects with industry and building local capabilities in the maritime sector, an appointment in 2018 after more than 2 years as a Programme Director/Senior Scientist at the Energy Research Institute at the Nanyang Technological University (ERI@N) managing the NRF funded Smart Multi Energy System project. 

Matthew has held various commercial roles with leading freight forwarders in Europe and Asia.  With Kuehne + Nagel for the past 4 years, he is responsible for the commercial development of Kuehne + Nagel’s services across air, sea, road, contract logistics and integrated logistics in Singapore & Malaysia. 

 

Driving commercial Team’s in the sectors of Aerospace, Automotive, Consumer, Hightech, Healthcare, Industrial & Perishables, delivering progress to society is a key component of his customers sustainability interests.

Karmjit was the Chief Executive of SATS Airport Services from 1998 to 2004.  He was appointed the Chief Operating Officer of SATS in 2004, where he held the position till his retirement in 2009.  

 

Karmjit has been the Chairman of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Singapore since 1992.  Karmjit was an Independent Director at Keppel Telecommunications & Transportation from 2010 to 2021.  He was formerly Chairman of SingPost Advisory Council on E-Commerce and E-Fulfilment, and served on the Boards of the Public Transport Council and The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific.