Port of Singapore

Singapore, the Mini City-State Build on Trade

Singapore may be one of the smallest nations on planet earth, but its small stature has not stop her from becoming a regional powerhouse in Sea East Asia. Singapore is well-known as the world’s largest container port. Some of the world’s largest commodity trading companies are headquartered here, hence the country is well-placed to expand its role as a major global trading hub.

Singapore generates approximate US$60 billions in GDP per capita. 20% of Singapore’s trade comes from export manufacturing. Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) is currently the world’s 2nd busiest container port in the world. With┬ásound physical infrastructure and logistical capabilities, PSA handled more than 30 million TEU containers in 2012.