On a global scale, the busiest ports are located in Asia, the largest ones being Shanghai, Singapore and Hong Kong. The Port of Los Angeles and the adjoining Port of Long Beach together form the largest port in the United States. The cities of Rotterdam, Hamburg and Antwerp are home to the largest ports in Europe.
With a global market share of 8.2 percent in 2013, Singapore’s PSA International is the world’s leading marine terminal operator, followed by Hutchison Port Holdings, which is headquartered in the British Virgin Islands. PSA International operates several ports around the world, generating about 2.6 billion U.S. dollars (or around 3.57 billion Singapore dollars) in revenue in 2015. The Port of Los Angeles is operated and managed by the City of Los Angeles.