International & Regional Gateways
Gateway to World – PSA (Port of Singapore Authority)
PSA Singapore provides a wide range of services for shippers including:
- Broad range of container-centric solutions and value-added services.
- Excellent connectivity.
- Wide choice of carriers.
- Quick access to global markets.
- High shipping frequency.
PSA suite of solutions for shippers includes:
- Multi-Countries’ Consolidation (MCC)
- Central Distribution Centre (CDC) at Keppel Distripark (KD)
Regional Transhipment Hub
Singapore’s strategic location in the heart of Southeast Asia and at the nexus of major shipping routes has made it an important logistic hub and conduit for world trade. Being the world’s top transhipment hub, Singapore is connected to 600 ports, with daily sailings to every major port of call in the world.
With its unrivalled connectivity, many small feeder vessels bring containers to Singapore. At the Port of Singapore, these containers get loaded onto large vessels which will then carry the shipment to their final destinations.
About 85 per cent of the containers that arrive in Singapore are transhipped to another port of call. Shipping lines use PSA for these modes of transhipment:
- Hub & Spoke (Main Line Operator to Feeder)
- Cross Strings (Main Line Operator to Main Line Operator)
Gateway to Indo China
With its strategy location at the heart of Indo China, Thailand offers a natural selection as control tower for supply chain activities, connecting the world into its neighbouring countries – INDO CHINA.
165 Services Pte Ltd provides a ONE contact, ONE channel model, effectively executes its inter-model transportation, by air, sea and land, at the same times, provide a single communication channel, to any part of the world.
165 Services Pte Ltd Indo China Land Services Coverage includes,
One Belt One Road (OBOR) [一带一路]
The Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road, better known as the One Belt and One Road Initiative(OBOR), The Belt and Road (B&R) and The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) (OBOR) is a development strategy proposed by China that focuses on connectivity and cooperation between Eurasian countries, primarily the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the land-based Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB) and the oceangoing Maritime Silk Road (MSR).
The Belt and Road initiative is geographically structured along 6 corridors, and the maritime silk road.
- New Eurasian Land Bridge, running from Western China to Western Russia
- China–Mongolia–Russia Corridor, running from Northern China to Eastern Russia
- China–Central Asia–West Asia Corridor, running from Western China to Turkey
- China–Indochina Peninsula Corridor, running from Southern China to Singapore
- China–Myanmar–Bangladesh–India Corridor, running from Southern China to Myanmar
- China–Pakistan Corridor, running from South-Western China to Pakistan
- Maritime Silk Road, running from the Chinese Coast through Singapore to the Mediterranean
Strategically ties in to our current infrastructure network connecting between Singapore / Malaysia / Thailand / Cambodia / Vietnam / Myanmar
– that we are supporting our current clienteles as well. This is a further extension to be connecting into China via Kunming, Chongqing, Xian, Guangxi region.