Co-President: Mr Mathieu Girardin, CMA-CGM Asia Regional Office
Co-President: Mr Frédéric Vazzoler, Total Marine Fuels Global Services
French Chamber Contact: Sylvie Berthaud
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The Maritime Committee in Singapore has been created by the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore with Cluster Maritime Français (CMF). The committee’s main goal is to promote the French maritime economy in the Asia-Pacific area. With the interest of all French Chamber and CMF members in mind, this committee offers opinions and expertise on current issues and business trend perspectives. It delivers key insights into doing business in the maritime sector in Singapore and in the region.
This committee endeavours to be an accurate tool for the promotion and strengthening of maritime sector in the region, thanks to a business club led by dynamic members with a regional perspective.
- Apr 2018 | ESSEC Asian Strategy Challenge – Maritime Data Ecosystem
Diane DUQUESNE, Isabelle OLIVERI, Paul FIASCAN and Alexandre LEMOINE had 2 semesters and "carte blanche" to find out how to settle a Maritime Digital Ecosystem in the area and think about an innovative product or service for the members of the French Maritime Cluster.
The project team could count on the support of:
Xavie PAVIE, Asia Strategy Challenge Tutor, Director of the iMagination Center at ESSEC
Gilles Bonavita, President of the French Cluster Maritime Committee, Director of GB-Performance
Frederic VAZZOLER, VP of the French Cluster Maritime Committee, Global Sales Director at Total Marine Fuel
Benoit COSSERAT, Business Development Manager at CMA CGM Asia Regional Office
Sylvie BERTHAUD, in charge of the French Cluster Maritime Committee at the French Chamber of Commerce
Download the final presentation here.
- Dec 2017 | Download the article on the French Maritime Cluster Committee on Marine & Océans by Gilles Bonavita, President of the Cluster
- Oct 2017 | Exceptional Meeting with Mr Frederic Moncany de Saint-Aignan President of the French Maritime Cluster (CMF)
On 4 October 2017, the French Chamber organised an exceptional networking meeting and drink with the President of the CMF, Mr Frederic Moncany de Saint-Aignan. Following the meeting, the President invited some of the principal actors of the maritime industry in Singapore for a casual dinner.
- Apr 2017 | French Maritime Positioning: Final Report and Recommendations by ESSEC Students
With the support of the French Chamber of Commerce in Singapore and the French Maritime Cluster in Singapore, SMIB students from ESSEC Business School have produced a report on recommendations on how French companies can match Singapore’s maritime strategy on the long run.
After the first event organised at ESSEC Campus in February, students emphasised on the main challenges the industry is facing along with executives coming from all sectors: Environment, New technology and Education.
Taking into account the feedback received from the stakeholders, students worked hard to deliver a final report which established recommendations to answer those challenges and help French companies to be at the forefront of maritime industry.
The meeting was also an opportunity for Maritime industry players to network over a great breakfast.
- Feb 2017 | Visit of PSA Port of Singapore
Nicolas Sartini, CEO of APL & VP of French Maritime Cluster Committee in Singapore (FMCCS) and his team welcomed members of the French Chamber’s FMCCS, on 17 February 2017, on a journey into the container shipping world.
- Nov 2016 | Téléchargez la nouvelle brochure du Cluster Maritime Français
- Nov 2016 | Download the new presentation of the French Cluster Maritime
- May 2015 | Maritime Industry in SEA: Market Environment & Recommendations to French actors
- May 2015 | FMCCS Survey Report.pdf
- Aug 2014 | Reprendre pied en Asie du Sud-Est - Senat
- Jul 2014 | Naissance du Cluster Maritime Français
- Jun 2014 | Le CMF étend son réseau à Singapour
- Start We Up by Naval Group
Naval Group, one of the world leaders in shipbuilding, is seeking innovative technologies that will power smart ships in the near future. The vision is to reduce the need for independent manual interventions, through remotely controlled and centralised systems that can do more with fewer operators. Additionally, we wish to achieve a reliable system architecture that is sustainable when scaled across future smart ships. New technologies bring both opportunities and threats to ships of the future and require us to re-think the reliability of ships in terms of security and safety. The inaugural Start We Up - The Innovation Challenge held in Singapore invites regional startups with deep technology expertise that can enhance the system-operator interaction, security and safety on our smart ships.
More information here.
Committee Documents (members’ only)
|Apr 2018|||||A Conversation with Frédéric Barnaud, Group Ceo of Pavilion Energy|
|Feb 2018|||||One Belt One Road and its impact on the maritime industry|
|Apr 2017|||||Report on Maritime Strategy - ESSEC Business School.pdf|
Piracy in South East Asia - French Naval Academy
|Jan 2017|||||LNG as a clean bunkering fuel for a green mobility - ENGIE.pdf|
|May 2016|||||A Key Player in the Container Maritime Industry Consolidation - CMA CGM.pdf|
|Apr 2016|||||Singapore an International Maritime Centre - MPA.pdf|