At the end of the year, the Asian Freight, Logistics, and Supply Chain (Aflas) awards were held to recognize the best seaports in the world.
The AFLAS annually brings together the most important companies in the logistics, supply chain, and cargo sectors. The best ports worldwide are awarded, taking into consideration innovation, service, quality, and consistency, as well as reliability.
This year, those in charge of selecting the best suppliers awarded the Port of Singapore as the winner of “Best Global Seaport”, due to its efficiency in the sector for complying in efficiency with the supply chain and being cataloged as a leader in maritime transformation. In addition, the Port of Singapore was also ranked as the Best Port in Asia for the 34th time.
As mentioned above, this award, held annually, also recognizes the work of ports worldwide, such as the Port of Hamburg, which won “Best Seaport – Europe” for the third consecutive year.
On the other hand, other ports were awarded by region and different categories, among which the following stand out:
- Best seaport in the Middle East: Port of Jebel Ali.
- The best seaport in North America, the East, and the Gulf Coast region is the Port of Houston.
- Best seaport in Oceania: is the Port of Auckland.
- Best global shipping line: CMA CGM.
- Best Logistics Service Provider – Sea: CEVA Logistics.
- Best green seaport: HAROPA, Port of Le Havre.
Port of Singapore, the leader at sea
The Port of Singapore is known worldwide in the maritime sector in areas such as competitiveness, reliability, and efficiency.
In addition, it has a privileged geographical location that facilitates communication with routes all over the world. Also, it has managed to position itself as one of the ports that use Artificial Intelligence and other technologies to manage its port services.
This is just a glimpse of the broad spectrum of the maritime world and the efforts to carry forward the technological transformation in the sector.
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