CGM-PSA Lion Terminal (CPLT)
CMA CGM and PSA have established a joint venture company CMA CGM-PSA Lion Terminal Pte. Ltd. (CPLT) to operate and use four mega container berths at Pasir Panjang Terminal (PPT) Phases 3 and 4. CPLT started operations from the second half of 2016, and leverages industry-leading port infrastructure and technologies at PSA’s latest PPT expansion, which has the capacity and scale of operations to better serve mega vessels in the region. CPLT provides long-term terminal services to CMA CGM and its shipping line affiliates, thereby securing best-in-class services for its fleet.
COSCO-PSA Terminal (CPT)
COSCO-PSA Terminal Pte Ltd (CPT), a joint venture company formed by COSCO Shipping Ports (the ports and terminals arm of China COSCO Shipping) and PSA, is investing in new container berths in Singapore capable of serving the next generation of mega container vessels. CPT was inaugurated in 2003 to establish a joint venture terminal at PSA’s Pasir Panjang Terminal (PPT) Phase 1. To stay ahead of evolving industry needs, CPT will move from its current two-berth terminal to three new mega berths at PPT Phases 3 and 4. The new berths begin operations from 2017 and will be fully integrated with PSA’s best-in-class infrastructure and supported by the latest automated and intelligent port technologies.
MSC-PSA Asia Terminal (MPAT)
Officially opened in March 2006, MPAT is the second joint venture between Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) – the second largest shipping line in the world, and PSA International.
The MPAT berths at Pasir Panjang Terminal are seamlessly integrated with the other berths at PSA’s world-class container terminals in Singapore. MPAT is capable of handling mega vessels with capacity exceeding 14,000 TEUs.
PIL-PSA Singapore Terminal Pte Ltd (PPST)
Pacific International Lines (PIL) entered into a joint venture with PSA Singapore (PSA), forming PIL-PSA Singapore Terminal Pte Ltd (PPST), to jointly manage and operate a dedicated container terminal for PIL in 2008. PPST operates three container berths at Keppel Terminal, and the berths are seamlessly integrated with PSA's operations.
PPST is the result of many years of goodwill and strong working relationship between both parties at all levels, and underscores their shared vision for strategic growth and in providing unparalleled value to customers.
Asia Automobile Terminal (Singapore) (AATS)
Singapore’s first dedicated car terminal, AATS began operations in January 2009. It is a joint venture of PSA, Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd (K Line).
Located at Pasir Panjang Terminal, AATS operates two dedicated berths and is a vehicle transhipment hub for the region.