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MMC Corporation Berhad


Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas Sdn Bhd

Pelabuhan Tanjung Pelepas Sdn Bhd (PTP), a Member of MMC Group is located strategically at the confluence of the world’s international shipping lanes which go through the Malacca Straits. The port began trail operations in October 1999 and official operations in March 2000. PTP has grown from strength to strength and was awarded a number of independent awards throughout the years, including the 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. In 2007, PTP received IT Review Excellent Award by APMT and in 2009, PTP received 2 awards from APMT; Asia Pacific Safety Region & Asia Pacific Region Driving Performance. In 2012, PTP received recognition from Frost & Sullivan on Green Container Terminal of the Year Award and Best Port Award 2014 during World Maritime Day – Malaysia. PTP currently has 14 berths totalling 5.04 km in linear wharf design. The port’s container yard is directly behind the berths, which is one of the largest container storage facilities in the region with the capacity to handle up to 10.5 million TEUs annually. For the year 2016, PTP recorded a throughput of 8.3 million TEUs allowing it to retain its status as Malaysia’s premier transhipment hub container terminal.


Currently, PTP has 50 Super Post Panamax quayside cranes, the container yard is serviced by 180 Rubber-Tyred Gantry cranes (e-RTG) and 348 PMs which provide ample support for fast terminal operations. The terminal operations are also backed by state-of-the-art information technology system with links to all port users. By synergising all of the port’s operations and communication centres, the I.T. network system facilitates a free-flow of real-time information and provides near paperless transaction between shipping lines, forwarders, shipping agents and the port ensuring high productivity. PTP provides an excellent multimodal connectivity. Local cargo movement to major industrial estates is easily accessible with PTP’s 5.4 km access road linked to the second Malaysia-Singapore expressway and the north-south highway ensuring a linkage that runs all the way up to the Thailand border. Adding to the port’s land, sea and air infrastructure support, the 31.5 km railway to PTP is directly linked to the national Malaysia rail grid passing through Peninsular Malaysia and can bring cargo to/from Singapore to Southern Thailand.


PTP’s free zone status and its 1,500 acres of land reserved for distribution, logistics, warehousing and manufacturing activities promises a Distripark with activities ideal for consolidation, International Procurement Center operations, regional distribution centres and services. Current global players having their facilities within PTP’s Free Zone include Damco Logistics, Schenker Logistics, Century Total Logistics, Volkswagen Group Asia Pacific Distribution Center, JB Cocoa, Flextronics Technology Sdn Bhd, CIBA Vision, JIBRI Logistics, Tiong Nam Logistics, TASCO International, Nippon Express, MIEL Logistics, JST Connectors (Malaysia), Onesubsea Malaysia Systems Sdn Bhd, Naigai Nitto, GCB Specialty Chocolate, Panalpina, DHL Global Forwarding, Outspan (Malaysia), Geodis, DB Schenker Logistics, Kontena Nasional, BDP International, JP Logistics, Kuehne & Nagel, CEVA, SMC Food, ISC, Goodman, Maple Tree and PAR International. PTP has experienced tremendous growth since it started operations in 2000.


Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), Evergreen Marine Corp., CMA CGM are the four major main liners currently calling at PTP, other shipping liners calling at PTP include MCC Transport, Hanjin, SIS Logistic, Hapag Lloyd, Starline, FAS Shipping, SINOKOR, Heung A, OOCL and APL. The existence of PTP provides southern Malaysia with a high level of both national and international accessibility and mobility through its well-developed integrated port and free zone.


PTP’s Free Zone managed to attract large amounts of foreign direct investment to the state. The Free zone provides an ideal environment for manufacturing and logistics services to be set up with well-developed external linkages to major regional and global development nodes. PTP will complete the government’s vision to turn Johor into an integrated logistics and distribution hub. Today, PTP is known as the international gateway and regional logistics hub for the southern region.


The existence of PTP has also created spin-off developments in the surrounding areas. Under the 10th Malaysia Plan, PTP has been identified by the government of Malaysia to be one of the key drivers for the further development of the region. PTP will be within the logistics belt consisting of PTP, Senai Airport Terminal and Johor Port to connect the region to major economies of the world.


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