MPA Tuas Terminal Phase 1 site visit, Singapore

23 September, 2017 | 09:00 - 13:00

Venue address:

Tuas Terminal
Singapore
Site visit to Tuas Terminal
Site visit to Tuas Terminal

About this event

The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was established on 2 February 1996, with the mission to develop Singapore as a premier global hub port and international maritime centre (IMC), and to advance and safeguard Singapore's strategic maritime interests. MPA is the driving force behind Singapore's port and maritime development, taking on the roles of Port Authority, Port Regulator, Port Planner, IMC Champion, and National Maritime Representative.

MPA partners the industry and other agencies to enhance safety, security and environmental protection in our port waters, facilitate port operations and growth, expand the cluster of maritime ancillary services, and promote maritime R&D and manpower development.

A site visit to the Tuas Terminal Phase 1 (TTP1) development. A component of Singapore’s Next Generation Port vision, when completed, the 20 deep-water berths in Phase 1 of Tuas Terminal development will be able to handle about 20 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) per annum.

We will be visiting the caisson casting yard to see the production of caisson:

  • Average production cycle of each caisson: 7 days in each stage (base slab, slipform and curing)
  • Average monthly production: 8 caisson with 2 lanes
  • No. of caisson production lines: 2

Registration is first come first serve for members only.

Contact

For more information, please contact:

Heng Kokhui
e: heng.kokhui@gmail.com

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