Delays for container ships waiting to berth in Singapore have been reduced to “two days or less”, the state-owned terminal operator has claimed.

In late May, berthing delays at the world’s second-largest container port had reportedly hit seven days, with Singapore being dubbed a “congestion hotspot” by container shipping data provider Linerlytica.

PSA Singapore said in a statement on Wednesday that it has “significantly ramped up its capabilities to support increased activity and mitigate the impact of global supply chain disruptions since the beginning of 2024”.