Ministerial SMF and MTI-PEP Dialogue Session
SMF & MTI-PEP Dialogue Session
**Note: This is not an FIA organised event. The information that follows has been provided by the organiser:
: Friday, 4 May 2018
: 3pm - 5pm (Registration starts at 2:30pm)
: Singapore Manufacturing Federation
(2985 Jalan Bukit Merah Singapore 159457, Concourse, Level 2)
This dialogue session serves as an avenue for SMF F&B IG members to raise queries, discuss issues and exchange solutions on advancements in areas of food manufacturing; and also an award presentation to recognise the efforts of SMF in partnering the PEP and public sector in working towards streamlining regulations.
The F&B IG Committee will represent SMF to share with MTI on the various topics / feedback / suggestions raised by members. Secretariats will be consolidating the topics by members before the actual dialogue session. Some guiding points are included below to help in your formulating of questions:
Business regulations (or lack thereof) that are hindering innovation/ technology adoption (and growth as a result);
Business regulatory issues that cut across various govt agencies and stakeholders;
Relevance of existing business regulations (whether any existing specific areas should be reviewed).
Extension of land lease
Re-building of existing space
Faster Adoption of international regulations, like CODEX
Level playing field – low cost competition from SCORE (prison manufacturing), home-made food products etc
Each company should send only
representative, from senior management preferably MD/CEO/GM, for the briefing. Seats are limited and available on a first come first serve basis.
Please kindly confirm your attendance for the dialogue by sending a response to Ms Christine Neo at
and Ms Neo Yin Yao at
with the following details:
Question/s to be raised
Please send a response by Friday, 23 March 2018 so that they can make the appropriate logistic arrangements.
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