The official opening ceremony of the new Stena Marine Group office and warehouse complex took place in Singapore recently.

29th Nov 2017

Stena Marine welcomed special dignitaries including Ms Low Yen Ling, Singapore Senior Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Trade and Industry Ministry of Education, Mr Sven Hakan Oskar Jevrell, Ambassador Swedish Embassy in Singapore and Margriet Vonno, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands as well as representation from Stena AB and NMG senior management on 14th November.

Traditional lion dance performances, ushering good luck and fortune, were well received against a backdrop of colourful flower displays kindly gifted by suppliers and customers.

Further commemoration was marked at a Stena Marine Group Inauguration Dinner at the Shangri-La Hotel later that evening.

Dominic Fernandez, Stena Marine Singapore, CEO was delighted to welcome colleagues and special guests, whom also included senior officials from the region’s British High Commission.

Dominic said:

“The official opening ceremony marks the beginning of a new Stena Marine and Northern Marine Group chapter in Asia.

“An extraordinary amount of hard work and effort has gone into the development of our fantastic facilities, however now it is the company’s responsibility to maximise the capacity and capability of our new complex.

It was most pleasing for myself and my colleagues at Stena Marine to welcome our guests who travelled from around the world to make the event."

The new facility, located in the Pandan industrial loop of the city, includes 25,500 sqft of 3 storey office space and a 91,000 sqft, 2 storey warehouse.

Completed on time and to budget, the site offers increased storage capacity with the potential to accommodate other Stena business units if required.

John Ong, Francois Marine and Offshore, Managing Director, said:

“The new warehouse allows Francois Marine and Offshore to hold significantly larger stocks of items, gaining a competitive advantage in the market and offering more cost-effective solutions to our clients.

“Procurement opportunities with our sister Company Tang Li Marine and Offshore, based in Shanghai, can now also be maximised."

Philip Fullerton, NMG, Managing Director added:

“The ceremonial event was an opportunity to celebrate the achievement of building this impressive facility on time and on budget, alongside Stena colleagues and special guests.

“Northern Marine Group has considerable belief in, and expectations of Stena Marine and its family of companies.

“Collectively it is our duty to ensure this state of the art facility is used to its full potential and strategic business growth is achieved.”

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