PSA Singapore, in collaboration with Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and “K” Line, has renewed and extended the joint venture at the Asia Automobile Terminal Singapore (AATS) for another 12 years to meet the growing demand for automotive transhipment capacity and connectivity.

AATS, with its capacity to handle 1 million vehicles annually, stands as Southeast Asia’s largest hub for transhipping finished vehicles. It operates two specialised deepwater Roll-on/Roll-off (RoRo) berths and a Multi-level Automotive Yard at PSA Singapore’s Pasir Panjang Terminal.

Apart from AATS, PSA Singapore also operates three other common user berths serving more than 10 other car carriers, connecting automotive producers in Northeast and Southeast Asia with their key markets in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

The renewed AATS partnership will allow the leading RoRo carriers to continue using PSA Singapore as their primary automotive transhipment hub in the region.

Regional CEO Southeast Asia Nelson Quek said, “Since receiving its maiden call in 2009, AATS has been a cornerstone for the Singapore automotive transhipment hub. In a constantly expanding and competitive market, the extension of the AATS collaboration reflects our partners’ trust in PSA Singapore’s value proposition. It also highlights our commitment to delivering innovative, sustainable, and customer-focused solutions to meet changing demands.”

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