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Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas Sdn Bhd

The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) is located strategically at the confluence of one of the world’s busiest straits, the Melaka Straits. PTP is strategically located for transhipment activities as it is very close to the international shipping routes. It takes vessels accessing PTP only 45 minutes to divert to the port. Besides, PTP is located in a deep water river. The fact that we have draft ranging between 15m – 19m makes it possible for us to service the new generation of mega container vessels with capacity of more than 18,000 TEUs such as the Triple E container vessel and Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) vessels. PTP recorded a total volume throughput of 8.4 Mil TEUs for the financial year of 2017.

PTP currently has 14 berths totaling 5.04 km in linear wharf design. Directly behind the berths is the port’s container yard, which is one of the largest container storage facilities in the region with the capacity to handle up to 10.5 million TEU annually. Currently, PTP has 58 Super Post Panamax quayside cranes, the container yard is serviced by 180 Rubber Tyred Gantry cranes and 380 PMs which provide ample support for fast terminal operations.

PTP is well connected to the hinterland. Cargo movement from major industrial estates is convenient especially with PTP’s 5.04 km access road linking the port to the second Malaysia- Singapore expressway; and the north-south highway; ensuring that the port is connected all the way up to north of peninsular Malaysia/the Thailand border. Adding to the port’s land, sea and air infrastructure support, the rail line that runs through PTP is directly linked to the national rail grid which connects Singapore and the southern area of Thailand.The 1,500 acres Pelepas free-zone land located directly behind the port makes it ideal for manufacturing activities and commercial activities such as value adding activities, cargo consolidation, international procurement centers and regional distribution operations. The free-zone area is integrated with the port terminal, which allows for seamless movement of cargo. Today, Pelepas Free Zone is home to numerous global companies such as DHL, Panalpina, Damco, DB Schenker, Pan Asia Logistics,  BMW,  Tiong Nam Logistics Solutions, Century Total Logistics, Naigai Nitto, Nippon Express, JP Logistics, Flextronics, JST Connectors , OneSubsea, CIBA Vision, GCB Specialty Chocolates, JB Cocoa, SMC Food21, Outspan, MIDF Property, , Mapletree, Goodman and Boustead Group.

PTP’s terminal operations are backed by state-of-the-art information technology system which links all port users. By synergizing all of the port’s operations and communication centers, the I.T. network system enables free-flow of real-time information between shipping lines, forwarders, shipping agents and the port.

As a world class port offering state-of-the art facilities to port users, PTP is the international gateway for South Malaysia. PTP is also located within the 2200 square kilometers development area of Iskandar Malaysia, one of Malaysia’s new regional economic corridors/growth areas. PTP is significant to the government of Malaysia’s plans to further develop and turn Johor into a new regional economic growth area. PTP provides the south of Malaysia with a high level of both national and international accessibility and mobility through its well-developed integrated port and free zone.

Since the beginning of PTP operations in 2000, PTP has proven its competitiveness at the global level by growing its regional market share and winning international recognition. Our pursuit of operational excellence was recognised with PTP being awarded the Green Port of The Year Award during the 2018 Global Ports Forum Awards held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Prior, PTP had also won the Process Compliant Port/ Terminal of The Year Award during the same event in 2017. In 2014, PTP was named the winner of Malaysia’s 2014 Best Port Award, in conjunction with the World Maritime Day 2015 National level. Other recognitions received by PTP throughout the years include, Container Terminal of the Year 2006 at the Lloyd’s List Maritime Asia Awards, Partnerships in Environmental Management for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA) Recognition Award 2006 and Best Practices Award 2006 from APMT Group.


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