2021 Apr 19 Nanjing Market Exploration Trip

SingCham Shanghai led a business delegation to Nanjing from 19 to 20 April 2021.

Supported by the Enterprise Singapore and Singapore Global Network, the 14-member delegation comprising 10 organisations visited Nanjing to explore potential business and investment opportunities. These companies were from the precision engineering, logistics, building and construction, energy, and professional services.

The two-day mission enabled the delegates to gain first-hand understanding of the market dynamics and emerging sectors, and establish useful business and official contacts through our network of associations and chambers, investment promotion agencies and professional services.


Welcome lunch with SNEI
Welcome lunch hosted by Sino-Singapore Nanjing Eco Hi-Tech Island Development Co., Ltd.


Address by Yang Sizhou
Address by Mr Yang Sizhou, Deputy Director, Jiangsu Nanjing Ecological Science and Technology Island Economic Development Zone, at the welcome lunch.


SNEI Exhibition Gallery
Tour of the Singapore Nanjing Eco Hi-Tech Island Exhibition Gallery.


Delegates visited Yangtze River Ecological Civilization Innovation Center (YICEC).


Delegates visited the ACE Singapore Nanjing International Centre.


Delegates visited the NVIDIA Nanjing Innovation Enablement Center.


Delegates visited the Yanlord International Plaza.


Delegates visited the International Water Hub, including the Yangtze Finless Porpoise Research and Learning Center.


CCPIT Dinner
Business networking dinner with Jiangsu Chamber of International Commerce, and interaction with local business communities.


Liando U Valley
Delegates visited the Liando U Valley.


BoC Meeting
Investment promotion meeting with Nanjing Municipal Bureau of Commerce (BoC).

A delegate from the business mission Mr Lo Wee Tick, Business Development Director of AEM Holdings, said “Meeting with officials in such regions will help set the stage for us to better understand their thoughts on China’s “dual-circulation” concept to localize foreign companies and therefore, what help they can offer to realize this plan.”

Another delegate, Mr David Yee, Chairman of Shanghai Meite Curtain Wall System Co., Ltd, commented, “The trip was helpful with SingCham and ESG support. In future, hopefully we can also visit large Singapore companies in Shanghai or Yangtze River Delta and learn from them. It would also be good if some of our SingCham members or green alliance members can showcase their companies and share business insights.”