Ports facilities and assets require a safe, reliable, and sustainable construction and operating environment. These assets include includes wharves, loading and discharge areas, crane systems, offices and other spaces.
The right facility engineering and maintenance service provider will help to achieve their goals. Cyclect teams deploy various services and solutions to support Ports facility owners and operators to meet these requirements.
Cyclect provides engineering solutions to the Ports industry. Ports facilities require safe, reliable, and sustainable designs, installations and technologies to meet operational requirements.
We can deploy various engineering solutions – electrical, control, instrumentation, automation, and integrated facility management. For electrical systems for Ports projects, we deploy solutions in compliance with Singapore Standard SS 638 Code of Practice for Electrical Installations, and Singapore Standard SS 650 Code of Practice for Temporary Electrical Installations.
With the increased focus on energy efficiency and carbon emissions reduction, Cyclect’s energy solutions teams can help deploy innovative power systems such as solar power, and energy storage technologies to meet these needs. We can deploy engineering
A port is a maritime facility comprising one or more wharves or loading areas, where ships load and discharge cargo and passengers. Ports are extremely important to the global economy; 70% of global merchandise trade by value passes through a port.For this reason, ports are also often densely populated settlements that provide the labor for processing and handling goods and related services for the ports. Ports can have a wide environmental impact on local ecologies and waterways, most importantly water quality, which can be caused by dredging, spills and other pollution. Ports are heavily affected by changing environmental factors caused by climate change as most port infrastructure is extremely vulnerable to sea level rise and coastal flooding. Internationally, global ports are beginning to identify ways to improve coastal management practices and integrate climate change adaptation practices into their construction.