APM Terminals opens new regional headquarters in Singapore

APM Terminals opens new regional headquarters for Asia and the Pacific in Singapore. The existing headquarters in Shanghai will focus on the Chinese and Japanese market.

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APM Terminals will strengthen its position in the Asia-Pacific region, and is now opening new regional headquarters in Singapore, says the company in a press release.

Up until now, the regional headquarters have been located in Shanghai, which will in the future be concentrated on the Chinese and Japanese market, says the press release. Today the region accounts for nearly one out of three TEUs handled by APM Terminals’ ports around the world.

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