International Logistics
Quentez Hodge
Cliff Padgett
Discussion Outline
 History
 Demographics
 Facts and Figures
 Port Commerce
 Strategic Location
 Challenges in a Cha...
History of Singapore
 Established as a trading
post in 1819 for East
Indian Company
 Seceded from Malaysia
1965
 Establ...
Demographics of Singapore
 Population- 5,567,301
 Official Languages
 English, Chinese, Malay, and
Tamil
 Representati...
Facts and Figures
Worlds busiest port
 1.15 billion gross tons
(2014)
 23.2 million TEUs
 Operations-
 Container Bert...
Port Commerce
 International Maritime
Center
 Maritime and Port
Authority (MPA) of
Singapore
 140,000 vessels call at t...
Composition of Exports
Strategic Location
 EXTENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS
NETWORK
 is a major communications and IT
hub in the region, offering
effic...
Cont.
 Global transportation network
 located in the heart of Asia,
Singapore serves as the gateway to
the region’s fast...
SWOT Analysis
Strengths Weaknesses
 Worlds easiest place to do
business according to world
Bank, 2010.
 Second most comp...
SWOT Analysis
Opportunities Threats
 Shipping lines are using larger
ships to call at fewer ports in
order to reduce cost...
Port of Tanjung Pelepas
Cont.
Fast Facts Fast Facts
 Singapore embarked on the
development of terminal phases
3&4 with the first berth ready
for ...
Conclusion
 History
 Demographics
 Facts and Figures
 Port Commerce
 Strategic Location
 Challenges in a Changing
Wo...
Citations
 http://www.worldportsource.com/ports/commerce/S
GP_Port_of_Singapore_244.php
 http://www.ship-
technology.com...
Questions????
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Port of Singapore Final !!

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  • 1. International Logistics Quentez Hodge Cliff Padgett
  • 2. Discussion Outline  History  Demographics  Facts and Figures  Port Commerce  Strategic Location  Challenges in a Changing World  SWOT Analysis  Conclusion
  • 3. History of Singapore  Established as a trading post in 1819 for East Indian Company  Seceded from Malaysia 1965  Established a parliamentary republic  1983 Established Singapore Trade Development Board
  • 4. Demographics of Singapore  Population- 5,567,301  Official Languages  English, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil  Representative Democracy  President and Prime Minister  People’s Action Party  Exports  Refined Petroleum  Electronics,  Pharmaceuticals  The Largest Sovereign City State
  • 5. Facts and Figures Worlds busiest port  1.15 billion gross tons (2014)  23.2 million TEUs  Operations-  Container Berths- 52  Quay Length- 15,500  Area- 1486 Acres  Quay Cranes- 190  Capacity- 35,000 kTEU  Annually, more than 140,000 ships call at Singapore.  GDP grew 8.6% annually on average between 1965 and 1999  Real capita GDP grew eightfold from $4000 to $32,000+
  • 6. Port Commerce  International Maritime Center  Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) of Singapore  140,000 vessels call at the Port of Singapore  19,000 Container Ships  21,400 Tankers  12,200 Bulk Carriers  Leader in Ship Building and Repair Facilities
  • 7. Composition of Exports
  • 8. Strategic Location  EXTENSIVE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK  is a major communications and IT hub in the region, offering efficient and low cost communications and IT linkages to the rest of the world.  GLOBAL MEETING PLACE  With its world-class infrastructure, excellent range of conference and hospitality venues and services, it’s the center of the hub and spoke system.  http://mediasixstudio.com/PSA/transhi pment.php
  • 9. Cont.  Global transportation network  located in the heart of Asia, Singapore serves as the gateway to the region’s fast growing markets.  connects some 200 shipping lines to more than 600 ports in over 120 countries.  airport offers more than 3,500 weekly flights to 140 cities in 50 countries.  ACCESS TO MARKETS  An extensive network of more than 50 Double Taxation Agreements, 7 Free Trade Agreements and 6 Bilateral Shipping Agreements provides greater access to key markets in the region and around the world.
  • 10. SWOT Analysis Strengths Weaknesses  Worlds easiest place to do business according to world Bank, 2010.  Second most competitive economy by World Competitiveness Yearbook 2007.  Number one in total cargo volume and TEU’s  515,415,000 tons  32.24 Million TEU’s in 2013.  Higher operations charges than neighboring port Klang.  Ex: their prices ranges from 35% to 75% higher.  Rising labor cost, land cost, and appreciation of the Singapore dollar.  Incurring higher cost of land recovery and development because the scarcity of land
  • 11. SWOT Analysis Opportunities Threats  Shipping lines are using larger ships to call at fewer ports in order to reduce costs.  Investments in their infrastructure and R&D sectors.  4 million in sustainability  6 million in asset integrity and risk management.  Improving the safety of off shore E&P activities (oil and gas exploration and production.  The port of Tanjung Pelepas - or PTP  Fastest Growing port!  Located in Malaysia just a few miles away from the port in Singapore.  Acquired Singapore's biggest customer Maersk Sealand (August,2000) and the world's second largest shipping lines Evergreen. (2002)  Cut cost 30%
  • 12. Port of Tanjung Pelepas
  • 13. Cont. Fast Facts Fast Facts  Singapore embarked on the development of terminal phases 3&4 with the first berth ready for operation in 2014. When completed by 2020, the new terminals will boost Singapore’s total container handling capacity to 50 million TEUs per year.  Singapore's decided to set aside $44 million to reduce costs for shipping lines and improve skills at the port to compete with them.
  • 14. Conclusion  History  Demographics  Facts and Figures  Port Commerce  Strategic Location  Challenges in a Changing World  SWOT Analysis  Conclusion
  • 15. Citations  http://www.worldportsource.com/ports/commerce/S GP_Port_of_Singapore_244.php  http://www.ship- technology.com/projects/portofsingapore/  http://traveltips.usatoday.com/singapore-ports- 63264.html  http://www.spjain.org/bba/singapore_advantage.asp  http://mediasixstudio.com/PSA/transhipment.php
  • 16. Questions????

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