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This is a 3 min preview of the National Geographic Maritime Singapore documentary initiated by MPA and the Singapore Shipping Association (SSA). This clip is part of an hour long feature that will take viewers behind the scenes of Maritime Singapore.
January 2017, Cruise on the Mariner of the Seas from Singapore to Port Klang / Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), Penang (Malaysia), Langkawi (Malaysia) and Phuket (Thailand). Camera's: Canon G7X & Sony HDR-AS20 action camera ★ Song: Diviners feat. Contacreast - Tropic Love [NCS Release] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6RJv7f__Mg ★
For more logistics videos visit http://www.globallogisticsmedia.com or "like" our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/logisticsmedia Amazing Time Lapse Footage taken at the Port of Singapore. Using special camera effects the videographer captures the busyness and activity at one of the world's largest ports.
How do you build a new mega port that's 2x the size of Ang Mo Kio - and which will be the world's largest fully-automated port when completed? Check out behind the scenes of this engineering feat. More mega projects for future Singapore, from Tuas to Changi, on Looking Ahead, Feb 7, 8pm.
Did you know that to construct Pasir Panjang Terminal Phases 3&4, 198 Ha of land ( approx 280 football fields) were reclaimed? An additional 15 deepwater container berths with an annual handling capacity of about 15 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs) bring Singapore's overall container handling capacity increased to 50 million TEU.
18 June 2015, Singapore This is a snippet from the CLC Lecture Series, “CLC Lecture Series — Shipping, Cities and their Interdependencies”, Olaf Merk, OECD’s Administrator of Ports and Shipping, International Transport Forum. Here, moderator Mr Arjun Batra asks Mr Merk for his views on the challenges Singapore faces as a port city as well as a maritime centre. For the full video, visit: https://youtu.be/M06WKIW8U30
Singapore's very busy commercial shipping bay and container loading dock are in constant slow motion that is until watched in time lapse mode.
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A British educational film about the port of Singapore in the 1950s. To purchase a clean DVD of this film for personal home use or educational use contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To license footage from this film for commercial use visit: www.travelfilmarchive.com