Singangi Airport Case Study

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Since the Changi International Airport began operating in 1981, Singapore had developed itself to an international air cargo hub. Changi airport deal with around 1.8 million tonnes of cargo every year. In the past 15 years, the trade with air cargo in this international airport had grew around 4.7%. The account of transhipment cargo is also mentioned to the growth. The success of Changi airport in air transportation industry is not merely come from fortunate but also catalysed by other factors. Singapore’s widespread network of Free Trade Agreements, Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreements and Investment Guarantee Agreements, IT and the air facilities are the factors that support and encourage Changi Airport to be successful and become well-known…show more content…
 Enhance the logistic ecosystem by high value-added activities and knowledge-intensive such as assembly and testing, data hosing, financial and treasury functions, sourcing and procurement, supply chain configuration and optimization, reserve logistic and supply chain management talent and capability development. Other than that, Singapore government also develop the latest infrastructures to handle the cargo and the related transaction. The Coolport@Changi and Singapore Freeport are the example of the main infrastructures. Besides these two infrastructure, there are also the additional infrastructure like Changi Business Park, Airport Logistic Park of Singapore (ALPS), Air Cargo Express (ACE) Hub and Changi Airfreight Centre (CAC) are developed to facilitate the flow of goods and services from Singapore to the market throughout the world. Besides all of these infrastructures, Changi Airport is also well connected. It is not only close to the Jurong port and Changi port, but also connected to the Tuas and Woodlands checkpoints for cargo delivering overland from Malaysia in less than one hour’s…show more content…
This is used to handle the transhipment and terminal perishable cargo in the Free Trade Zone. Coolport prepare a multi-tiered temperature zones ranging from -28o C to 19o C to handle a variety of perishable and fresh product likes live seafood, chilled meat and fresh flowers. More importantly, it is also designed to store and handle biomedical and pharmaceutical products which need more stringent temperature controls. Coolport@Changi also adds a new dimension to Changi Airport. It has become the prior transhipment hub of cargo that need a secure cool chain logistic process. Among the innovative services provided is solar-powered mobile ramp solution but Coolportchoose to apply the green technology to keep all the cargo cool when it is on the airport tarmac. In Asia Pacific region, Coolport is also the first Halal-certified air cargo hub for perishable product. It is designed to meet the international safety requirements. It has gained certificates for Good Distribution Practice for Medical Devices (GDPMDS) which relates to the distribution of medical devices as well as Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) pertaining to food safety standards. iv. Singapore

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