APM Terminals Inland Services Thailand operates as Siam Shoreside Services Ltd. out of the capital Bangkok.
SSS stands for Service, Quality and Reliability against competitive rates. The company offers services to all shipping lines, forwarders, shippers and consignees that vary from container handling, to container repair, warehousing, stuffing&stripping and transportation.
The full services portfolio assures the customers that no matter what they wish for, SSS can be their partner. A one-stop-shop tailor-made concepts is being developed and offered to all our customers. Due to strong ties with all stakeholders in the supply chain, including Thai authorities, SSS can assure your cargo is transported with the utmost care and speed. We take care of all your needs.
APM Terminals heritage terminal operations began more than half a century ago with a general cargo facility at the Port of New York in 1958. Its history in containerization dates back to Sea-Land and the very first international container operations when the Sea-Land Fairland was loaded with 236 containers bound for Rotterdam at Port Elizabeth in 1966.
APM Terminals, along with Maersk Line, DAMCO, Svitzer and Maersk Container Industry combine to form the Maersk Transport and Logistics business unit.
The Alabama State Port Authority and APM Terminals approved a $49.5 million expansion of APM Terminals Mobile facility, including a dock extension and an additional 20 acres of improved yard, with an annual throughput capacity of 650,000 TEUs.
APM Terminals Quetzal officially opened on Guatemala’s Pacific coast, with an annual throughput capacity of340,000 TEUs. The new terminal and is a 85%/15% joint venture between APM Terminals and The International Finance Corporation of the World Bank.
APM Terminals India Inland Services opened a state-of-the- art Inland Container Depot facility in Pune. The 12-acre ICD has an annual throughput capacity of 60,000 containers.
APM Terminals Lázaro Cárdenas’ Phase I semi-automated deep-water terminal opens on Mexico’s Pacific Coast with an annual throughput capacity of 1.2 million TEUs.
APM Terminals completes the $1 billion acquisition of Grup Maritim TCB’s terminal and intermodal services portfolio representing operations in Barcelona, Castellon, Gijon and Valencia, Spain; Yucatan, Mexico; Buenaventura, Colombia; Paranagua, Brazil; and a new terminal in development at Quetzal, Guatemala.
APM Terminals announced plans for a USD $70 million investment in infrastructure improvements at the APM Terminals Port Elizabeth terminal, at the Port of New York/New Jersey. The upgrades enable the facility to accommodate vessels of up to 13,000 TEU capacity, and increase the terminal’s annual throughput capacity from 1.5 million to 2.3 million TEUs.
APM Terminals Inland Services opened a new intermodal rail facility in San Bernardo, Chile, in the Santiago metropolitan area, with direct rail service provided to the ports of San Antonio and Talcahuano. The USD $1 million investment was funded by APM Terminals’ Chilean affiliate Container Operators SA (Contopsa). APM Terminals purchased the outstanding 40% of the existing APM Terminals-Aarhus A/S facility from Aarhus Service Holding.
APM Terminals is named as the operator of a new container transshipment terminal in development at the Tanger-Med 2 port complex in Morocco. APM Terminals MedPort Tangier is scheduled to open in 2019 with an annual throughput capacity of 5 million TEUs under the terms of the 30-year concession agreement with the Tanger Med Special Agency complementing the existing operations at APM Terminals Tangier at Tanger-Med 1, which opened in 2007.
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Morten H. Engelstoft became CEO of APM Terminals on November 1, 2016 and was named to the Executive Board of A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S on December 1, 2017.
Mr. Engelstoft joined the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group in 1986 as a management trainee and has gained over thirty years of experience in the shipping industry. He has held functional, operational and commercial leadership roles with Maersk Line in the USA, Vietnam, Taiwan, Singapore and Italy, as well as Denmark, and held the position of Chief Operating Officer for six years before assuming the post of CEO of APM Shipping Services in January 2014, which included the responsibilities of CEO of Maersk Tankers, Chairman of DAMCO, Svitzer and Maersk Supply Services.
He is an Executive Vice President in A.P. Moller-Maersk AS and was appointed to the Executive Board on December 1, 2017.
Mr. Engelstoft holds an Executive MBA from IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Keith Svendsen was appointed COO of APM Terminals in February 2017. Mr. Svendsen came to APM Terminals from Maersk Line, where he had served most recently as Head of Operational Execution.
Keith Svendsen joined the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group in 1990 as a sea-going cadet. For the past 18 years he has worked in various leadership positions within the Group across several businesses and countries including Denmark, Italy, Holland, the United Kingdom, Turkey and China. Before his appointment as Chief Operating Officer for APM Terminals in February 2017, Keith served as Head of Operational Execution for the Maersk Group’s Maersk Line business unit, where his responsibilities included the procurement function and the daily execution of the world’s largest container shipping company, delivering competitive service at the most efficient unit cost.
Mr. Svendsen a Master Mariner from Fanoe Navigation College, in Denmark, and earned an Executive MBA from the London Business School, in the UK with a concentration in Strategy and Marketing.
Katja Otten joined APM Terminals as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer on May 1st, 2017, and is a member of the Senior Management Team based at APM Terminals’ global headquarters in The Hague, Netherlands.
Katja Otten was named Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of APM Terminals as of May 1st, 2017. Located at the APM Terminals Global headquarters in The Hague, she is also a member of APM Terminals' Senior Management Team.
Prior to her position at APM Terminals, Ms. Otten spent 20 years with Netherlands-based Royal Dutch Shell, which currently ranks 5th in the Fortune Global 500, in various finance roles of increasing responsibility, including most recently as CFO for Shell's Integrated Gas Projects business in Malaysia with responsibility for a USD multi-billion investment portfolio.
Ms. Otten holds a degree in Business Economics from Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and has completed advanced business programs at the Geneva-based International Institute for Management Development (IMD), and the Fontainebleau, France-based Institut Européen d'Administration des Affaires (INSEAD).
Mr. van den Essen was appointed APM Terminals’ Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations in August 2016.
A member of the Maersk Group since 2008, Mr. van den Essen was previously Head of Global Human Resources for DAMCO, headquartered in The Hague.
Igor van den Essen joined the Maersk Group as Head of Human Resources in Qatar in 2008, following a succession of key Human Resources and People Development positions with several prominent multinational firms. Appointed as APM Terminals; Vice President of Human Resources and Labor Relations in August 2016, Mr. van den Essen has previously served as the Global Head of Human Resources for Maersk Oil, and for Damco
Mr. van den Essen holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland.
These five corporate Values were ingrained into our operations by our founders and have remained guiding principles, governing the development for over a century.
In today’s world of rapidly evolving economic and market conditions, the values are just as relevant and remain key to ensuring we grow for the future in a sustainable way.
มุ่งสร้างความเจริญก้าวหน้าทางธุรกิจอย่างยั่งยืน ด้วยความตั้งใจอย่างเต็มความสามารถ เชื่อมั่นในคุณค่าและศักยภาพของพนักงานทุกคน ให้ความสำคัญ ฝึกฝน และพัฒนาบุคลากรให้มีความรู้ความสามารถ และมีความสุขในการทำงานอย่างเต็มที่ในทุกวัน สรรสร้างโอกาสในการดำเนินธุรกิจร่วมกับลูกค้าเพื่อร่วมสร้างการเติบโตไปพร้อมกัน และเป็นองค์กรแห่งนวัตกรรม ส่งเสริมวัฒนธรรมความปลอดภัยในองค์กร ใส่ใจในสิ่งแวดล้อม รับผิดชอบต่ดสังคมเพื่อการพัฒนาอย่างยั่งยืน