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Singapore looking to improve port security

Singapore's Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) has in conducted a campaign to avoiding collisions in the busy port. Now all smaller ships will be equipped with new electronic devices - yet the head of the MPA tells ShippingWatch that what the port really needs is a change in mentality.

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SINGAPORE

Even though the sun has set on the southern tip of Singapore, the monotonous sound of the supply vessels is drowning out the roar of the waves.

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