Since 1993, the Port of Singapore Authority (PSA) has been investing in new container terminals and also the technology that goes in them. Key motivation factors are how to raise port productivity, the ability to manage greater complexity and reduce the turn over time for container ships. In land scarce Singapore, quite a bit of these development is close to residential area and nature reserves. Citizens are vocal about their concerns, ranging from the seafront view from their properties will be affected, to how work commute and school runs may be disrupted. Clear planning and early engagement with stakeholders such as the community, the industry and regulatory government agencies has worked well till now.
We are still at Singapore's West Coat Park, but with a view of oil rigs being built at an offshore marine yard in the Pandan area.
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