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MALAYSIA’S PORTS

In 2012, Port Klang recorded

over 200 million tonnes of

cargo, and passed the 10

million TEU barrier for the

very first time.

Melaka Port

Melaka Port Authority

Syt. Perkhidmatan Pelabuhan

Gabungan Sdn Bhd

PelabuhanTanjung Bruas

Tanjung Kling

76400 Melaka

T

(06) 351 1766

Melaka Port is located

in Tanjung Bruas along

the Strait of Melaka on

the southwest coast of

Peninsular Malaysia. It is a

natural coastal harbour and

has served as a commercial

entrepôt since ancient times.

The port wharfage consists

of a T-shaped multipurpose

berth (170 metres) which

can accommodate vessels

up to 15,000 DWT and

150 metre length. There is

also a ferry terminal at the

Shahbandar Jetty handling

daily services to/from

Dumai in Sumatra.

Melaka Port handles

around 0.5 million tonnes

of cargo annually, of which

around 75% is general cargo

and the remainder mostly

dry and liquid bulk cargo.

Johor Ports

Johor Port Authority

4A1-8A1 Pusat Perdagangan Pasir Gudang

Jalan Bandar, 81700 Pasir Gudang, Johor

T

(07) 253 4000

W

www.lpj.gov.my

Johor Port Bhd

P.O. Box 151

81707 Pasir Gudang , Johor

T

(07) 253 5888

W

www.johorport.com.my

Port of Tanjung Pelepas

Block A, Wisma PTP

Jalan Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas

TST 507, 81560 Gelang Patah

Johor

T

(07) 504 2222

W

www.ptp.com.my

The State of Johor has two

major ports - Johor Port and

Port of Tanjung Pelepas -

which are both regulated by

Johor Port Authority

Johor Port

Located at the southernmost

tip of Peninsular Malaysia

within a free trade zone

adjacent to the 8,000 acre

Pasir Gudang Industrial

Estate, Johor Port is the

A commitment to round-the-clock service, as shown here in Westport’s floodlit container yard, has helped to position

Port Klang as one of the world’s most efficient and highly-regarded ports.