Construction for the Offshore and Marine Engineering Industry

| August 11, 2017

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A one-stop marine centre for ship owners, managers and agents around the world, the marine and offshore engineering sector of Singapore has more than 1,200 establishments, employs 90,000 employees and contributes 1.7% of the nation’s GDP. Offshore and marine engineering involves the design, construction and installation of facilities in a marine environment, typically for the generation of resources such as oil, gas or electricity.


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