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Another female pilot in Singapore


published on 31 May 2021 1026 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "SHIP AND THE OCEANS - A CAPTAIN'S DIARY". Originally published on 2021-05-30.
The Port of Singapore is the busiest container transhipment hub and the largest publicly owned port in the world. Located on the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, 30km south-west of the Port of Johor in Malaysia, the Port of Singapore offers connectivity to more than 600 ports in 123 countries.

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) owns and is responsible for the growth and development of the port.

The port handled 37.2 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of containers and 626.2 million tonnes of cargo in 2019. It attracts approximately 130,000 vessel calls a year, on an average, currently.
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