SCC to Sponsor Upcoming Cruise Conference

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Tuesday, September 17, 2013
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Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific extend their welcome to Singapore Cruise Centre (SCC) as the Gold Sponsor for the 2013 conference and tradeshow, taking place Oct 9-10, 2013 at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

"We are delighted to have Singapore Cruise Centre be such a prominent part of our event," said Portfolio Director Daniel Read of UBM, the show's organizer. "This event opens the door to this burgeoning cruise market and our two brands maximize that value to our attendees and exhibitors."

Singapore Cruise Center (SCC) is the island republic's premier cruise terminal operator, having been in the business for more than 21 years. It manages the international cruise terminal at HarbourFront, which is strategically located within a bustling shopping, dining and entertainment precinct, and is well-connected to the rest of the city, including the airport through a multi-node transport hub.

SCC's cruise terminal underwent a major S$14 million revamp and rejuvenation last year. Through innovative space planning an additional 26% was carved out for passenger operations.  Passenger clearance is now much faster, especially with additional immigration counters and the state of art security equipment.

The Gold Sponsorship, say the organizers, offers Singapore Cruise Centre the ability to increase their exposure to the hundreds of Asia-focused cruise line executives and partners integral in growing this market, both in advance of, and during the show.
 


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