PSA forecasts rough seas… and silver linings
Singapore-based global container terminals operator PSA International expects “adrenaline-pumping developments” in 2013, with “storm clouds, rough seas and possibly silver linings”.
PSA International group chief executive Tan Chong Meng made the comments as the group saw 2012 full-year revenues increase 4.3% to S$4.5bn (US$3.6bn).
Its global terminal volumes rose 5.2% to 60m teu over the previous year.
Announcing pre-tax profits of...
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