Port of Singapore, Singapore

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Accounting for one-seventh of the world’s container transhipment throughput and having handled 32.24 million TEU’s of containers, the Por...

Accounting for one-seventh of the world’s container transhipment throughput and having handled 32.24 million TEU’s of containers, the Port of Singapore is a truly giant port. Also one of the globe’s largest refrigerated container ports, Singapore is connected to more than 600 other ports around the world. 

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