Port of Singapore
The port of Singapore is located in southern Singapore, just a short distance from the city center. It is easy to get to by public transport, and plenty of restaurants, shops, and other amenities are nearby.
The cities of Johor Bahru in Malaysia, Batam in Indonesia, and Tanjung Pinang in Indonesia are all close to Singapore’s port. The Port of Singapore refers to the communal facilities and terminals that handle Singapore’s maritime trade.
It is constantly ranked as the world’s busiest port regarding cargo tonnage handled and vessel traffic. The port is run by PSA Singapore, which manages landside activities like warehousing, distribution, and land transport.
The Port of Singapore consists of over 200 berths at 16 terminals, with a total water area of about 5,000 hectares. The main port is on the island of Singapore, while the other facilities are Pulau Brani, Pulau Tekong, Pulau Sebarok, and Pulau Ubin.
The port handles a wide range of cargo, from containers and bulk cargo to RoRo traffic and cruise ships. In 2018, the Port of Singapore dealt with 33.7 million TEUs of containers, making it the world’s busiest container port.
The port also handled 764 million tonnes of cargo and welcomed 30,290 vessel calls.
Address460 Alexandra Road #19-00 PSA Building Singapore 119963 Singapore
Port AuthorityMaritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)
Coordinates1º 14′ 21” N, 103º 49′ 56” E
Port TypeDeepwater Seaport
Port SizeVery Large
Mean tide3 feet
Channel26 – 30 feet 7.1 – 9.1 meters
Cargo Pier11 – 15 feet 3.4 – 4.6 meters
Anchorage31 – 35 feet 9.4 – 10 meters
Oil Terminal36 – 40 feet 11 – 12.2 meters
Max Vessel SizeOver 500 feet in length
Harbor TypeCoastal Natural
0-24 Ton Lifts
25-49 Ton Lifts
50-100 Ton Lifts
100+ Ton Lifts
and Highly reliable
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