PSA Is “Best Global Container Terminal Operating Co”

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Tuesday, June 17, 2014

PSA International Pte Ltd (PSA) won the “Best Global Container Terminal Operating Company” award for the ninth year, and PSA Singapore Terminals was voted “Best Container Terminal – Asia (over 4 million TEUs per year)” for the 25 time at the 28th Asian Freight & Supply Chain Awards(AFSCA) held in Shanghai this evening.

On winning these awards, Mr Fock Siew Wah, Group Chairman of PSA International, said, “We are honoured to receive these awards and humbled by our industry’s continuing vote of confidence in PSA. This is testament to the collective zeal and efforts of our staff, unions and management, and I thank them for consistently delivering the reliable service and value-add which PSA is renowned for.”

Mr Tan Chong Meng, Group CEO of PSA International, said, “On behalf of our management, staff, and unions of the PSA Group, I wish to thank all our customers and business partners for their continued trust and support. PSA will continue to work alongside our customers and port stakeholders to deliver best-in-class service through our network of ports around the world.”

AFSCA is an annual event organised by leading shipper and supply chain newspaper Cargonews Asia. More than 11,000 readers of Cargonews Asia were polled to select best-in-class companies in 39 industry-specific categories. Award winners are regarded as industry benchmarks of excellence in their respective areas.
 

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