PSA Singapore Terminals is the flagship terminal of PSA International, one of the leading global port groups, with port projects spanning across Asia, Europe and the Americas.
In Singapore, PSA operates five container terminals: Brani, Keppel, Pasir Panjang Terminal 1, Pasir Panjang Terminal 2 and Tanjong Pagar. The five terminals have a total of 52 berths with a handling capacity of 35 million TEUs yearly.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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