Upon arrival at the SunTec Conference centre and seeing the IMPA Singapore logo and all of our sponsors presented on their digital wall, it felt that this event was set to be a success.

Within the impressive venue, the IMPA Singapore exhibition space bustled with lively networking across the two days, and we were pleased to welcome visitors from a number of ship-owning/managing companies as well as several ship suppliers and service providers, meaning that 2022 was our most attended IMPA Singapore event to date! Post-event, we were pleased to hear from exhibitors how much they enjoyed the event and the opportunity to meet with customers and colleagues they had not seen in three years!

On day one, the IMPA Singapore conference took place, which showcased sessions centred around the themes of sustainability and digitalisation, both positioned highly in IMPA's agenda over the last years and continue to be so. The conference was well-received, and the day's final session was the 'Procurement Debate', which built on the day's sessions and other issues in the supply chain; we were pleased to see healthy audience participation and discussions.

On day two, the presentations and discussions continued with an introduction to IMPA SAVE and a casual conversation and introduction to Young IMPA, which our network will hear much more about in 2023. Throughout the two days, we were also delighted to facilitate many supplier presentations, showcasing the latest in technology, products and platforms in the industry today.

After the main event, our team continued the tradition and hosted the IMPA Singapore Charity Golf Day at the Marina Bay Sands Golf Course and raised money for the Children's Cancer Foundation. The day was well attended, and the best players received awards for their efforts.

Immediately, post-event, the IMPA Events team started making plans to make 2023's IMPA Singapore event bigger and better, and we cannot wait to share these details with you soon.

If you want to find out more about next year's event, you can contact Paul Skinner at pskinner@impa.net.