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Singapore Maritime Pilots - Fortitude In Adversity - COVID-19


published on 17 August 2020 200 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Vinod Sharma".
Resilience is the hallmark of life.
The video, titled Fortitude in Adversities,
endeavour to highlight our camaraderie and unity as professionals during this pandemic.

As we sail through uncertain times,
with our core values of Safe, Professional, Reliable and Efficient,
we will continue to keep the port safe and the ships moving.
We are the Singapore Maritime Pilots.

~ Total Excellence Creative Team

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