|Founded||April 1, 1964 (as Port of Singapore Authority)|
|Headquarters||460 Alexandra Road, Singapore|
|Fock Siew Wah (Group Chairman)
Tan Chong Meng (Group CEO)
|Services||Port services, logistics services|
|Subsidiaries||PSA Marine Pte Ltd|
|Slogan||The World's Port of Call|
PSA International Pte Ltd, formerly Port of Singapore Authority is one of the world's largest port operators.
In 1863, Tan Kim Ching, Singapore's leading Chinese merchant at that time, came up with $120,000 to found and set up the Tanjong Pagar Dock Company (the forerunner of today's Port of Singapore Authority), purchased two steamships, "Siam" and "Singapore" and promoted the Tanjong Pagar Dock Co.
The Port of Singapore Authority was formed on April 1, 1964 to take over the functions, assets and liabilities of the Singapore Harbour Board. On August 25, 1997, a parliamentary bill was passed to corporatise the Port of Singapore Authority, and PSA Corporation Ltd (simplified Chinese: 新加坡港务集团有限公司) was corporatised on October 1, 1997. The company kept its name as PSA but it is no longer an acronym.
PSA participates in port projects across Asia, Europe and the Americas with flagship operations in PSA Singapore and PSA Antwerp.
Port Operations in Belgium
Port Operations in China
Port Operations in Colombia
Port Operations in Italy
Port Operations in India
Port Operations in Indonesia
Port Operations in Japan
Port Operations in Korea
Port Operations in Pakistan
Port Operations in Portugal
Port Operations in Singapore
Port Operations in Saudi Arabia
Port Operations in Thailand
Port Operations in Turkey
Port Operations in Vietnam
PSA Marine Pte Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of PSA International, provides marine services to the maritime and shipping community. They include pilotage and port and terminal towage. PSA Marine owns and operates a fleet of over 80 vessels in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, India, Australia and Oman.
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