Lessons from port of Singapore

We must invest in improving our port logistics as we embrace automation.

In Summary
  • Singapore—in spite of her relatively small local market—painstakingly built solid international linkages and sea connectivity to attract cargo.
  • Her profile of hundreds of high-frequency connections was a result of a deliberate and proactive expansion policy.

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