Netherlands Embassy in Singapore and Brunei Singapore

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This page contains opportunities for the business community in Singapore and Brunei, with a special focus on the sectors in which the Dutch business community is most active. Tenders and other business opportunities will be published in shortened form.

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Netherlands Embassy in Singapore

Address
541 Orchard Road #13-01
Liat Towers
238881 Singapore
Singapore
Phone

(+65) 6737 1155

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June 18, 2015 Every year MARIN organizes its full course ‘Hydrodynamics of Floating Offshore Structures’ at its Wageningen facilities in the Netherlands. Since 2015 there is a Singapore version as well.

June 18, 2015 After four (4) successful software seminars in the Netherlands and a very successful edition in Houston, MARIN is adding a Singapore edition this year. The sixth MARIN software seminar which will be held on September 1, 2015 in Singapore.

Calendar

7 Jul 15

Seminar 3D Modelling & Simulation of Smart Nations

This seminar brings parties from the industry, government and universities together for dialogue and discussion on the use of a national 3D model.

1 Sep 15

MARIN Software Seminar

After four (4) successful software seminars in the Netherlands and a very successful edition in Houston, MARIN is adding a Singapore edition this year. The sixth MARIN software seminar which will be held on September 1, 2015 in Singapore.

2 Sep 15 4 Sep 15

MARIN Short Interactive Course

Every year MARIN organizes its full course ‘Hydrodynamics of Floating Offshore Structures’ at its Wageningen facilities in the Netherlands. Since 2015 there is a Singapore version as well.