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S'pore port must strive to stay ahead of competition

IN RECENT months, there has been renewed interest in the construction of the Kra canal in Thailand, which could pose a potential threat to the viability of the port of Singapore. However, given the dynamics of the world economy, Singapore is more likely to face bigger challenges in maintaining its status as a premier transhipment hub posed from elsewhere. Below are some of the challenges that...

PM Lee opens PSA's S$3.5b Pasir Panjang development

SingaporeA S$3.5 billion project to add 15 mega containership berths to the Pasir Panjang terminal was officially opened on Tuesday, incidentally the 43rd anniversary of the arrival of the first containership in Singapore.The new berths, part of Pasir Panjang Terminal Phases 3 and 4, will each be able to handle up to a million containers or twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) a year when fully...

Pasir Panjang Terminal's $3.5b expansion kicks off

THE $3.5 billion Phase 3 and 4 development of Pasir Panjang Terminal was officially launched yesterday, further strengthening Singapore's position as a leading shipping hub. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong highlighted the crucial role that the port has played in positioning Singapore globally when he opened the facility yesterday. If Singapore's port was not connected directly to other major ports...

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Middle East Workboats & Offshore Marine 2015

Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats 2015 offers a platform untapped in the global marketplace - an event that brings together decision makers and buyers from a geographic marketplace that includes the mighty African Continent, the growing Caspian Sea area, the Indian Subcontinent and the Middle East.



Indonesian Maritime Expo (IME) is the premier international Exhibition and Conference for the Indonesian maritime industry. Organised by PT Reed Panorama Exhibitions with the support of the Indonesian government, the event is a one-stop venue – cutting-edge exhibition, high-powered conference and networking sessions – for Indonesian and international maritime players to strengthen presence and enhance business opportunities in the Indonesian maritime market.



Marintec China is regarded as the only gateway to the Asian maritime market and has grown to the largest than ever. Being the most recognized maritime trade show in Asia, Marintec China is definitely an international marketplace for buyers to source from international sellers showcasing their latest marine, ship design, offshore engineering and port technology.
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