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Singapore slips, but PSAI increases volumes in 2020

Global container terminal operator PSA International has reported a 1.7% increase in container volumes for its terminals around the world, with its Singapore facility handling 36.6 million TEU, a decrease of 0.9% as its overseas terminals outperformed the flagship port.

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