Summer boost for Singapore box volumes
SINGAPORE’s box throughput grew 8.6% year on year to almost 2.8m teu in May.
The south-east Asian hub recorded a 6.9% growth in box volumes to 12.9m teu in January-May, compared to the year-ago period, giving it a decent chance to retake the crown as the world’s top container port from Shanghai this year.
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