A comprehensive compilation of companies in the process and chemicals industries and their supporting industries.



Foreword by Advisor for the Association of Process Industry (ASPRI)

Singapore is blessed to have developed a sustainable eco-system to support the chemical industry cluster, which features one of the largest oil refineries and the biggest integrated petrochemical complexes in the world. The critical mass of world-class players in the oil and chemical industry helps to sustain a sizeable and healthy supporting industry represented by ASPRI. ...more

Message by President, Association of Process Industry

Uncertainties over the price of oil and global economic slowdown have made 2016 one of the most difficult years for the process supporting industry. Demand for our services has been down some 30 to 40 per cent, resulting in excess capacity. Most of our members are facing an uncertain future. They also have to contend with greater competition and diminishing margins. This i ...more

Message by Executive Director, Energy & Chemicals Division, EDB

In 2015, the Energy and Chemicals cluster contributed to about 29% of Singapore’s S$283 billion manufacturing output1. Singapore is now regarded as one of the leading global production hubs for refined products, petrochemicals and specialty chemicals. For example, Jurong Island houses over 100 companies, including many of the world’s leading Energy and Chemicals co ...more

Message Group Director, Transport and Logistics Group, IE

Singapore’s pro-business environment, proximity to key markets, and strong ecosystem of business services have attracted energy companies and global investors to base here, leveraging our strengths to capture regional opportunities. In this environment, Singapore’s engineering companies and the supporting value chain have grown and acquired strong track records and capabiliti ...more

Message by Divisional Director, Industry-based Training, ITE

On behalf of the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) management and staff, I congratulate ASPRI on the publication of the 2016/2017 edition of the Directory of Singapore Process and Chemicals Industries. ASPRI’s success as ITE’s Skills Assessment Centre (SAC) since the launch of the scheme in 2003 is testament of the strong partnership that ASPRI and ITE have built over ...more

Message by Acting Director, Biomedical and Chemicals Cluster, JTC Corporation

ASPRI has been instrumental in driving productivity growth and enhancing the competitiveness of the process industry. Its efforts in productivity improvement and capability enhancement are commendable. JTC believes in creating industrial space solutions that will strengthen the competitiveness and sustainability of industries. The clustering of companies on Jurong Island ...more

Message by Director, Manufacturing & Engineering Division, Industry & Enterprise Group, SPRING Singapore

The oil and gas industry in Singapore has been facing challenges lately in the economic slowdown. However, key industries, including oil and gas, are still dependent on Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) who are crucial players in the Process, Construction and Maintenance (PCM) sector. ASPRI has played a pivotal role in enabling SME service providers to build capabilit ...more

Message by Director of the Manufacturing Division, Workforce Singapore

On behalf of Workforce Singapore (WSG), I would like to congratulate ASPRI on the successful publication of its 2016/2017 Directory of Singapore Process and Chemical Industries. WSG has been working with ASPRI and its training arm, ASPRI-Institute of Process Industry (IPI), since 2008 on various initiatives to develop the workforce in the Process Construction and Maintena ...more

Message by Chairman, WSH Council (Chemical Industries) Committee

ASPRI is a key partner of Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council in setting WSH standards and advocating good WSH practices among its members and stakeholders. We are pleased that ASPRI is organising the WSH Innovation Awards for the 5th year to encourage its members to continue to pursue innovation as part of the productivity movement as well as making work processes safe ...more