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Chennai terminal gets an award

PSA’s Chennai International Terminals Wins “Container Terminal Operator of the Year” for the Third Time at the 10th South East Cargo & Logistics Awards. 

Chennai International Terminals Pvt Ltd (CITPL), a wholly-owned subsidiary of PSA International Pte Ltd, was named “Container Terminal Operator of the Year” for the third time at the 10th South East Cargo & Logistics Awards 2018 ceremony. 

CITPL had previously won the “Container Terminal Operator of the Year” award in 2017 and 2013, whilst PSA-Sical was named “Container Terminal Operator of the Year” in 2016. The latest achievement marks three awards in three consecutive years for PSA India’s terminals. 

CITPL’s Acting General Manager Ms Tan Bee Teng said, “Winning this award for the third time is both an honor and testament to the hard work of the CITPL family. I would like to thank our staff, the union, Chennai Port Trust, our customers and stakeholders for their invaluable support. CITPL will continue to work hard, innovate and provide value for its stakeholders.” 

Mr Mike Formoso, Managing Director of PSA India, said, “I would like to congratulate CITPL’s management and staff on winning this prestigious award for the third time: it is strong endorsement of CITPL’s contribution to the maritime trade on India’s east coast. We are immensely grateful for the support of the trade, port users, the union and key stakeholders such as Chennai Port Trust and will continue to do our utmost to further strengthen the trust and confidence placed in us, as we mark PSA’s 20th year in India this year.” 

The awards ceremony was held in Chennai on June 29.   

PSA’s Chennai International Terminals Pvt Ltd (CITPL), in Chennai Port, is ideally positioned to tap the high-growth Chennai region which is steadily emerging as the hub for the Indian East Coast.

 Shipping services at the terminal are currently connected to Far East, Colombo as well as other Indian ports including Andaman / Nicobar islands through coastal services. The terminal’s connectivity to the Inland Container Depot (ICD) is enhanced by its own dedicated rail terminal which reduces transit time. CITPL is designed to handle new-generation deep-draft container vessels and equipped to serve the increasing rail container traffic generated by an ever-growing hinterland.

 

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