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Singapore Container Terminal
 
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Container Time Lapse (HD version : https://youtu.be/KR9eVMWG1-Q) view from The WESTIN Singapore 2014.8.27-29 music : Twilight System "Metropolis Sprite" Copyright © 2014 Hachima Satoshi All Rights Reserved. My blog : http://hachim.hateblo.jp/
Views: 264565 Satoshi Hachima
Inside: Maritime Singapore
 
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This is a 3 min preview of the National Geographic Maritime Singapore documentary initiated by MPA and the Singapore Shipping Association (SSA). This clip is part of an hour long feature that will take viewers behind the scenes of Maritime Singapore.
Building Tuas Mega Port | Looking Ahead | CNA Insider
 
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How do you build a new mega port that's 2x the size of Ang Mo Kio - and which will be the world's largest fully-automated port when completed? Check out behind the scenes of this engineering feat. More mega projects for future Singapore, from Tuas to Changi, on Looking Ahead, Feb 7, 8pm.
Views: 17239 CNA Insider
Top 10 Largest Sea Ports In  The World
 
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Top 10 Largest Sea Ports In The World: 10. The Port of Tianjin, China 9. The Port of Dubai, United Arab Emirates 8. The Port of Qingdao, China 7. The Port of Guangzhou, China 6. The Port of Ningbo-Zhoushan, China 5. The Port of Busan (Pusan), South Korea 4. The Port of Shenzhen, China 3. The Port of Hong Kong, China 2. The Port of Singapore, Singapore 1. Shanghai International Port, China This Video Features the song 'Exhilarate' from Kevin McLeod (http://incompetech.com/), available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Commercial license. Hope You Enjoyed!
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Building a Future-Ready Singapore
 
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Have an idea on how technology can be used to solve daily problems? See why Singapore is the place to bring it to life. #SmartNation
Sea Ships in Bay of Singapore Straight
 
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Free video about Singapore Strait. This free video was created for you by http://epsos.de and can be used for free under the creative commons license with the attribution of epSos.de as the original author of this Singapore Strait video. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !! The Singapore Strait is a sea strait throughout Southeast Asia located at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula, between the island of Singapore, to the north, and several of the islands of the Riau Archipelago, belonging to Indonesia in the south. The Singapore Strait is a waterway connecting the deep water south of the South China Sea to the east, with the Strait of Malacca to the west, a corridor for all public transport linking the Pacific Ocean and the ocean Indian making it an area of high density of navigation, providing the way to the deepwater port of Singapore. Its length is 105 km from east to west and 16 km from north to south and in it are many small islands. The border of Indonesia and Singapore is located along the Straits. At its northern edge port is Singapore one of the world's largest in terms of volume of cargo moved annually. The narrow south forks in the Straits of Durian and Riau, crossing the Riau islands of Indonesia. The Johor Strait separates the island of Singapore to the Malaysian peninsula. The depth of the Straits of Singapore defines the maximum draft of vessels passing through the Strait of Malacca, and the vessels in Malaccamax. The Horsburgh lighthouse, installed on the island Pulau Batu or Pedra Blanca, serving of call when you arrive from the east or north. The naval transport is the mode of transport that is carried in the water, using as a vehicle some sort of boat. There are two main variants: the shipping, which takes place in the sea and channels maritime, and river transport, which takes place in rivers and waterways. Among the infrastructure necessary to highlight naval transport ports and all its facilities. For easy navigation there are other infrastructure such as traditional headlights. The arrival of European-Spaniards and Portuguese throughout most of America produced great changes in transportation. The main mode of communication was the shipping, since it was more efficient and faster to natural ports and places in which ports, both sea and the surging American rivers were built. The channels are means created for easy water transport. The opening of this waterway was created to a substantial reduction in travel time in traffic of goods by sea worldwide. Amazon and Paraná rivers are major waterways, but certainly the most important channel is the Panama Canal. This links the Atlantic to the Pacific via the Panama isthmus. The early development of water transport was stimulated by the tendency of populations to concentrate on the coastline or waterways. The ancient Romans used sailboats equipped with several banks of oars to transport their armies to Carthage and other theaters. Shipbuilding and rigging and handling of the sails were improving over time. With these changes, together with the adoption of the marine compass, navigation made possible the open sea without sighting the coast. As happened during ancient times in the Mediterranean and other parts of the world, the fact that dolae colonial settlements in America were usually established on the coasts, rivers or lakes, was a cause and consequence of the first transport routes in the colonies were natural waterways, and the most efficient modes of travel will be made by boat. The Singapore Strait connects the Strait of Malacca to the South China Sea and separates the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Singapore from the Indonesian Riau Islands. Singapore is in turn through the narrow Strait of Johor separated from the Malaysian mainland. It is a major compulsory routes for maritime traffic that flows between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian for what is an area of high density navigation. The Horsburgh lighthouse, located on the island and Batu Pedra Branca, is a reference to when it comes to the strait from the east or north. It has 105 km from east to west and 16 km from north to south. In its northern margin is Singapore : its harbor is one of the largest in the world as the volume of cargo moved annually. The narrow forks south in the straits of Durian and Riau, crossing the Riau islands, as in Indonesia. The Straits of Johor separates the island of Singapore from the Malaysian peninsula. Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !!
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Singapore s Busy Shipping Port P1
 
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Views: 896 Botterbusch Kareen
Top 5 Busiest Container Ports in Southeast Asia
 
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The following are the top 5 busiest container ports in Southeast Asia according to the World Shipping Council. Please leave your comments below and don’t forget to like and subscribe. Thanks. Disclaimer: This video is purely for general information and entertainment purposes only. While we endeavor to keep the information up to date and correct, we make no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the video or the information, products, services, or related graphics in the video for any purpose. All images used in this presentation are owned by their respective owners. No copyright infringement intended. Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk. In no event will we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage, or any loss or damage whatsoever arising from loss of data or profits arise out of, or in connection with, the use of this video. Through this video you are able to link to other websites which are not under the control of PH TV. We have no control over the nature, content and availability of those sites. The inclusion of any links does not necessarily imply a recommendation or endorse the views expressed within them. Every effort is made to keep the channel up and running smoothly. However, PH TV takes no responsibility for, and will not be liable for, the video being temporarily unavailable due to technical issues beyond its control.
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Top 10 International Shipping Companies (Container) - List of the Best Cargo Shipping Company
 
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Top 10 International Shipping Companies: In this video, we shared top 10 international shipping companies (container) - list of the best cargo shipping company. Subscribe to our channel for more videos. Watch: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqJwbdLoNqg) Top 10 International Shipping Companies The biggest companies are based on data from Alphaliner, which keeps track of the capacity of world container ship fleets based on twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs). Basically, this is how many twenty-foot shipping containers a company can carry at any given moment. We’ve also included data about where companies are based, when they were founded, their total worldwide revenues and the number of employees. 1. A.P. Moller-Maersk Group TEU: 3,012,172 HQ: Copenhagen Denamrk Founded: 1904 Revenue: $40.3 Billion (USD) Employees: 89,000 A.P. Moller-Maersk Group’s largest operating unit is Maersk Line, the world’s largest overseas cargo and freight carrier. They have 324 offices in 115 countries worldwide and operate 590 container ships. 2. Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. (MSC) TEU: 2,659,489 HQ: Geneva, Switzerland Founded: 1970 Revenue: $28.2 Billion (USD) Employees: 24,000 Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. (MSC) is the largest privately owned shipping company in the world. They have 480 offices in 150 countries around the globe and call at a total of 315 different ports. 3. CMA CGM Group TEU: 1,799,291 HQ: Marseille, France Founded: 1978 Revenue: $15.7 Billion (USD) Employees: 22,000 CMA CGM Group is the world’s third largest shipping company. They have a fleet of 471 vessels that call at 420 ports in 160 countries. In total they have 765 offices around the globe. 4. China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company(COSCO) TEU: 1,539,618 HQ: Beijing, China Founded: 1961 Revenue: $10.2 billion USD Employees: 130,000 Following its takeover of China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL), COSCO is now the world’s 4th largest shipping company, the largest shipping company outside of Europe and one of only 4 companies that has a total capacity above 1 million TEU. 5. Evergreen Marine TEU: 929,700 HQ: Taoyuan City, Taiwan Founded: 1968 Revenue: $4.6 billion USD Employees: 3,389 Evergreen Marine’s, Evergreen Line is the world’s 5th largest container shipping company. They currently operate over 190 ships, which call at 240 ports worldwide in 80 different countries. 6. Hapag-Lloyd TEU: 916,439 HQ: Hamburg, Germany Founded: 1847 Revenue: $12 billion USD (estimate) Employees: 9,500 Hapang-LLoyd operate 175 modern container ships that call at 350 ports in 117 different countries worldwide. Each year they ship the 7.5 million TEU worth of containers. 7. Hamburg Sud Group TEU: 646,918 HQ: Hamburg, Germany Founded: 1871 Revenue: $6.9 billion USD Employees: 5,360 Hamburg Süd was originally founded to help Hamburg merchants trade with Argentina and Brazil. It’s now grown into one of the world’s largest private shipping companies with 133 ships in its fleet. 8. Hanjin Shipping TEU: 621,243 HQ: Seoul, South Korea Founded: 1977 Revenue: $8.3 billion (USD) Employees: 5,800 Hanjin Shipping is South Korea’s largest shipping company and its fleet consist of around 170 container ships and bulk carriers. It has 4 regional Headquarters and 12 container terminals in the world’s largest ports. 9. Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) TEU: 565,113 HQ: Hong Kong Founded: 1969 Revenue: Unknown Employees: Unknown OOCL has 320 offices in over 70 countries and operates over 300 ships. In addition to shipping the company also operates 2 important Container Terminals: Long Beach Container Terminal, LLC. (LBCT LLC) and Kaohsiung Container Terminal (KAOCT). 10. United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) TEU: 564,117 HQ: Dubai, U.A.E. Founded: 1976 Revenue: Unknown Employees: Unknown Originally founded in Kuwait, the company was originally set-up as joint venture between Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and U.A.E. Today the company is based in the UAE and has 185 offices around the world, covering 240 ports. Thanks for watching top 10 international shipping companies (container) - list of the best cargo shipping company video and don't forget to like, comment and share. Related Searches: Shipping Companies, Shipping, International Shipping Companies, Shipping Services, Shipping Carrier, Cargo Shipping Companies, Best Shipping Company, Maritime Shipping Companies,
Top 10 Biggest and Largest Sea Ports in the World
 
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List of 10 Most Biggest & Largest Ports In The World 10 - Qinhuangdao Port, China 9 - Tianjin, China 8 - Ningbo-Zhoushan, China 7 - Qingdao, China 6 - Busan, South Korea 5 - Rotterdam, Netherlands 4 - Guangzhau, China 3 - Hong Kong, Hong Kong 2 - Singapore, Singapore 1 - Shanghai, China Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ExploreTheWorld12345 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ExploreTheWorld12345 Research and Sources: http://www.toptenstip.com/top-10-biggest-sea-ports-in-the-world/ http://www.ship-technology.com/features/feature-the-worlds-10-biggest-ports/
Views: 7996 Explore The World
Singapore Container Terminal [HD]
 
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Container Time Lapse view from The WESTIN Singapore 2014.8.27-29 music : Twilight System "Metropolis Sprite" Copyright © 2014 Hachima Satoshi All Rights Reserved. http://hachim.hateblo.jp/entries/2014/08/28
Views: 8396 Satoshi Hachima
PSA Port of Singapore
 
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Construction & Installation of 1st Caisson at Tuas Terminal Port Phase 1
 
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A behind-the-scene look at the construction and installation of the 1st caisson at the Tuas Terminal Port Phase 1 development. Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure and Minister for Transport Khaw Boon Wan marked the initiation ceremony on April 29, 2016 by launching the first caisson. In total, 222 such caissons will form the permanent wharf structure. With each caisson 28 metres tall and equivalent to the height of a 10-storey HDB block, the caissons designed for Tuas Terminal Phase 1 are one of the largest in the world. Find out more at http://ow.ly/4nlK38
Top 10 Container Ports In The World | Humans At Sea
 
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It is probably no surprise that the biggest ports in the world are all located in China. Over the years, Singapore was known as the world's largest container port.
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Singapore Port Shipping Timelapse
 
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We created this time-lapse to give you an idea of just how busy the shipping ports of Singapore are. Thousands of ships enter the harbour, and the port is connected to over 600 other ports in 123 countries from six continents. Fascinating stuff! Contact us any time for information about video production, time-lapse, or if we can help you bring your stories to the screen.
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Communications ship to port and port to ship (English VI U.M.C)
 
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Cadets from the Maritime University of the Caribbean demonstrating how communication ship to port and port to ship would be. In this case, the vessel ''Warrior'' is a container ship waiting instructions for entering to Panamas' container terminal. This video was made for academic purposes. Any comments from merchant officers, cadets or seafarers in general will be well accepted as long as they don't contain any insults to us, our university or our country. English VI teacher: Nestor Herrera. Director and Producer: Cdt. Bryan Orea
Views: 78860 Adinrark
Singapore's Busy Shipping Port July2013
 
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Singapore's very busy commercial shipping bay and container loading dock are in constant slow motion that is until watched in time lapse mode.
Views: 2303 CorteMakinVideos
Asia’s first automated container terminal, at Port of Qingdao, China
 
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Live: You can see machines here and there, and no man ever appears! Join us to explore Asia’s first fully automated container terminal at the Port of Qingdao in east China’s Shandong Province. Questions and comments are welcome. #XinhuaLive #FacebookLive #BeltandRoad
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From Rotterdam Port to Open Sea timelapse
 
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The Port of Rotterdam is the largest port in Europe, located in the city of Rotterdam, Netherlands. From 1962 until 2004 it was the world's busiest port, now overtaken first by Singapore and then Shanghai. In 2011, Rotterdam was the world's eleventh-largest container port in terms of twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) handled[2] (2009: tenth; 2008: ninth, 2006: sixth). In 2012 Rotterdam was the world's sixth-largest port in terms of annual cargo tonnage.[1] Covering 105 square kilometres (41 sq mi), the port of Rotterdam now stretches over a distance of 40 kilometres (25 mi). It consists of the city centre's historic harbor area, including Delfshaven; the Maashaven/Rijnhaven/Feijenoord complex; the harbours around Nieuw-Mathenesse; Waalhaven; Vondelingenplaat; Eemhaven; Botlek; Europoort, situated along the Calandkanaal, Nieuwe Waterweg and Scheur (the latter two being continuations of the Nieuwe Maas); and the reclaimed Maasvlakte area, which projects into the North Sea. Rotterdam consists of five distinct port areas and three distribution parks that facilitate the needs of a hinterland with 40,000,000 consumers.
Views: 502 Adventure Story
24/7 Sea Marshals - Accompanying Sea Security Teams
 
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Singapore, a maritime nation, has one of the world's busiest sea ports. To ensure the safe passage of ships and prevent terror threats out at sea, the Republic of Singapore Navy's Accompanying Sea Security Teams (ASSeT) work alongside other national agencies to protect our waters 24/7. What does it take then to be an ASSeT trooper? Check out our other channels here: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mindefsg Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mindefsg Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/mindefsg
Singapore Port, 90 seconds
 
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Dynamic Singapore! Ships, traffic and port construction works, 90 sec short video in high speed
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Singapore's Busy Shipping Port July2013
 
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Views: 33 Botterbusch Kareen
Busy lanes of Singapore port
 
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If Seaports were airport, then this is the Heathrow. A usual day at Singapore
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really nice - the big container port singapore street sentosa island
 
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the big container port singapore street sentosa island
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Port of Singapore Cranes
 
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Maiden voyage Cosco Shipping Denali arrives to the Port of Felixstowe laden from Singapore 190718
 
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Cosco Shipping Denali built in June 2018 makes her European debut by making the Port of Felixstowe her first European port. At 366 metres in length and 51.2 metres in breadth she can hold just over 14,500teu. She began her voyage in China before going to Singapore and then through the Suez Canal northbound to Felixstowe. One of Harwich Haven pilots boards the Denali at the Sunk Pilot Station which is around 12 miles out in the North Sea from Felixstowe. Once onboard the pilot radios Harwich VTS to say they were inbound 13.9 metre draught from Singapore, planned port side to Felixstowe Berth 9. VTS replies with the wind on the Landguard, height of tide and any conflicting traffic. After a few moments the pilot requests three tugs for berthing. Two outside, first made fast centre lead aft before the Platter, second starboard quarter then make fast on the main deck but on the quarter and the third inside the harbour to make fast starboard shoulder for a port swing off the berth. Svitzer Kent heads out to be the first tug and makes fast centre lead aft. Shortly after Kent heading out, Svitzer Shotley leaves the tug pontoon to be the quarter tug. The skipper on the Shotley radios the pilot to say they can make fast whenever the crew are ready as the panama lead was right above the tug marker. Finally Svitzer Deben slowly heads to the entrance of the harbour to wait for the Cosco Shipping Denali to round the Beach End before making their approach to make fast on the starboard shoulder. Safely inside the harbour, the pilot uses the Kent as a brake to slow the ship down ready for the swing. To slow down a bit more the pilo runs the main engine astern. The pilot begins to position the tugs for a port swing so the Kent moves out onto the starboard side, Shotley moves out on the starboard quarter to start taking the stern around. Deben pushes up on the starboard shoulder to take the bow around. Almost swung around the Shotley comes in to push her alongside Felixstowe Berth 9. Kent helps straighten her for a parallel berthing onto the fenders. Final tie 6 and 2 with springs first fore and aft then offshore lines.
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Top 10 Biggest Ports in the World
 
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Top 10 biggest shipping ports in the world. Checkout practical maritime eBooks at http://www.marineinsight.com/guides
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singapore port
 
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Just when you thought you have seen a large sea port
 
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One of the biggest sea ports in the world, Singapore port services 1000s of ships daily. This video shows countless ships docked beneath as you fly over the port. You will truly comprehend the size and the importance of Singapore port !
Views: 762 Mikhail Baiman
Singapore Port
 
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in high speed
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Loaded & Unloaded at Port Charleston: How A Modern Shipping Port Works
 
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container port singapore - one of the biggest in the world
 
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container port singapore
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The Busiest Seaports
 
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more videos: http://bit.ly/zJ5PdB Funny sms ringtones for android: http://bit.ly/XaIhkQ The world's busiest port is contested by several ports around the world, as there is as yet no standardised means of evaluating port performance and traffic. For the past decade, the distinction has been claimed by both the Port of Rotterdam and the Port of Singapore. The former based its measurement on cargo tonnage handled (total weight of goods loaded and discharged), while the latter ranked in terms of shipping tonnage handled (total volume of ships handled). Since 2005, the Port of Shanghai has exceeded both ports to take the title in terms of total cargo tonnage. The presented figures here are in metric tons from 2010, as seen on Geohive. seaports, bussiest, sea, ports, boats, funny, crazy, awesome, amazing, stupid, prank, sick, fail, extreme, comedy, humor, fun, silly Marrant, Fou, Génial, Incroyable, Bête, Farce, Malade, Échec, Extrême, Comédie, Humour,Drôle, Ridicule witzig, verrückt, unglaublich, erstaunlich, dumm, verarsche, krank, fehlschlag, extrem, comedy, humor, witz, dumm забавный, смешной, сумасшедший , классно , удивительный, глупый, тупой, шалость, шутка, больной, не иметь успеха, не исполнить, неудача , экстремальный, комедия , юмор, веселье, забава, глупыш, дурак, дурной gracioso, loco, impresionante, asombroso, estúpido, broma, enfermos, fallar, extremo, comedia, humor, diversión, tonto, estupendo, genial piada, loucura, fantástico, espectacular, Estúpido, partida, nojo, falhar, extremo, comédia, humor, engraçado ,ridículo Rolig, Tokig, Grymt, Helt otroligt, Elak, Skämt, Sjuk, Misslyckas, Extremt, Komedi, Humor, Roligt, Löjlig morsom, gal, drit bra, vidunderlig, dum, spøk, syk, mislykkes, ekstrem, komedie, humor, morro, teit Zabawny, Zwariowany, Straszny, Zadziwiający, Głupi, Figiel, Chory, Zawieść, Najwyższy , Komedia, Humor, Zabawa, Głupi amuzant, Nebun, Superb, uimitor, Prost, gluma, bolvan, esec, extrem, comedie, umor, distractie, prostut Smešen, Nor, izvanreden, neverjetno, neumni, potegavščina, nenormalen , hecanje, ekstremno, komedija, humor, zabavo, neumnega забавен, луд, страхотен, удивителен, глупав, кича, болен, се провали, крайност, комедия, хумор, шега, глупав смешни, луди, страшни, неверојатно, глупави, шега, болни, срамотно, екстремни, комедија, хумор, забава, глупо komik, deli, korkunç, şaşırtıcı, aptal, azizlik, hasta, başarısızlık, aşırı, komik, mizah, eğlence, aptal lucu, gila, hebat, menakjubkan, bodoh, olok-olok, sakit, gagal, melampau, komedi, humor, seronok, bodoh vicces, őrült, félelmetes, lenyűgöző, hülye, csíny, beteg, hiba, szélsőséges, vigjáték, vicc, vidámság, buta smesno, ludo, fenomenalno, neverovatno, zapanjujuce, glupo, zezanje, bolesno, promasaj, ekstremno, komedija,, humor, zabava, glupo ตลกว่ะ, มึงมันบ้า, เจ๋งแสรดดด, โคดพ่องยอดเยี่ยม, ฟายเอ้ย, อำเล่น, เพลียร่าง, เซ็งเลย, สุดโคด, เรื่องตลก, ขำๆ, หนุกๆ, ปัญญาอ่อน 好笑, 瘋子, 讚, 超棒, 笨, 惡作劇, 生病, 失敗, 極端, 喜劇, 幽默, 有趣, 傻 अजीब, सनकी, भययोग्य, अद्भुत, बेवकूफ, चाल, बीमार, असफल, चरम, कॉमेडी, हास्य, मजाक, मूर्ख வேடிக்கை, பைத்தியம், நன்றி, வியக்கத்தக்க, முட்டாள், குறும்பு, உடம்பு, தோல்வி, தீவிர, நகைச்சுவை, நகைச்சுவை, வேடிக்கையாக, அறிவற்ற 滑稽, 狂しい, すごい, 強力な, ばかもの, 悪戯, 病気の, 落第, 極端な, 喜劇, ユーモア, 楽しい, 馬鹿げた αστείος, τρελός, awesome, εκπληκτικό, ηλίθιος, στολίζω, άρρωστος, αποτυγχάνουν, άκρο, κωμωδία, χιούμορ, διασκέδαση, ανόητος
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Jurong Port Singapore - Time Lapse
 
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Time Lapse over 3 hours in Jurong Port
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Singaporean Ports making changes
 
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With its strategic location, Singapore has become the world’s busiest shipping port, and the country is working to expand its capacity to cope with the rising marine traffic that is predicted in the future, Panod Srisinsuphya reports.
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NAVA SHEVA PORT - Indian Customs
 
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NAVA SHEVA PORT - Indian Customs Film by - E-media Solutions
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Day in Container Sea Port
 
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A small video, about a regular day of the Hamburg container port.
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Optimizing Indonesia's Main Sea Port
 
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http://www.worldbank.org/id - Inefficiencies at the country's main port are multiplying logistics costs for the economy. Shortening long dwell times and introducing simpler payment systems can help make the port -- and hence businesses -- run more smoothly. This video is the first of a series of online reports illustrating the issues highlighted in the upcoming Development Policy Review (DPR) on Indonesia. The DPR outlines Indonesia's long-term potential as a global economic powerhouse, as well as the challenges it faces in maintaining sustained growth.
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Shanghai's Yangshan Deep Sea Port - The Busiest Port In The World
 
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This is the Yangshan Deep Sea Port, part of the Port of Shanghai, the busiest port in the world. For more information on this port, go to http://www.vagabondjourney.com/yangshan-deep-water-port/. Subscribe to Vagabond Journey here: http://tinyurl.com/subscribe-vagabond-journey Visit site: http://www.vagabondjourney.com Follow Vagabond Journey here Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vagabondjourneytravel Twitter: https://twitter.com/vagabondjourney LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/wadeshepard To purchase clips from this video contact us at vagabondsong[at]gmail.com. Feels Good 2 B by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Port of Singapore.wmv
 
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Kakinada sea port fish
 
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See how big it is
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Major Indian Ports A film by Ananya Medya
 
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A coastal Tour of India covering all the major ports with statistics. Film by Ananya Medya 9891386156
Views: 31400 Nirupam Kalidhar
Container Shipping the World in a Box | FT Business
 
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► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Containers transporting everything from shoes to aerospace parts make over 200m journeys a year by ship, truck and train. In the second video in the FT's 50 Best Business Ideas series, David Pilling, Asia Editor, explains why standardised containers revolutionised world trade by minimising transport costs. ► FT Business: http://bit.ly/1TqmuGb ► The World Of Transport: http://bit.ly/1JD6JHj ► Shipping finance ahoy!: http://bit.ly/1fhhunw
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