Port Authorities

Governed by eight port authorities / operators, five of which are directly under the purview of the Ministry of Transport
1. Port Klang Authority
2. Penang Port Commission
3. Johor Port Authority
4. Kuantan Port Authority
5. Bintulu Port Sdn Bhd

East Malaysia Sarawak State Government

1. Kuching Port Authority
2. Rajang Port Authority

Sabah State Government

1. Sabah Port Authority

Port Klang

Port Klang is ideally located and equipped with world class port facilities and infrastructure to cater to both international and domestic markets. The port facilities and infrastructure are state-of-the art and in 2011, Port Klang was ranked as one of the top 20 container ports of the world with 9.6million TEUs total ports.

Port Klang has trade links with over 180 countries and more than 500 ports. The port is divided into three areas of operations, namely North Port, Southpoint (formerly known as South Port, currently part of North Port) and West Port.

North Port

North Port offers an extensive connectivity for worldwide imports and exports. North Port’s container terminal consists of 12 berths stretching a total quay length of over 3 kilometres with capacity of over 4.9million TEUs. The port is also gazetted as a free commercial zone since April '93 under the administration of Klang Port Authority and continually provides terminals for container storage, breakbulk, liquid bulk and dry bulk cargo. Activities carried out include

1. Direct transshipment
2. Consolidation of cargo
3. Value adding
3. Regional distribution
4. Trading


North Port Technical Details

Berth

No

Length(m)

Depth Alongisde(m)

Break

9

1286.2

3.0 – 12.5

Liquid

4

779.42

11.3 – 11.5

Dry Bulk

2

426

12

Container

12

>3000

15

 

Southpoint  


The Southpoint caters mainly for the conventional domestic and coastal trade serviced by vessel plying along the routes between Port Klang and the ports in Sabah, Sarawak and Brunei.

With its eight berths, and depth of between 9 m and 10.5m, it can accommodate coastal ships of up to 40,000 tonnes of displacement.


West Port

West Port is strategically located along Straits of Malacca and it has successfully positioned itself to be one of the most productive ports in the world. The core business of West Port is its container operations. Similar to the North Port, the West Port is graced with excellent state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure and it is known for its fast port standards, being able to make 35 moves per hour (mph) per cane, 100mph on main line vessels and 50 mph on feeder vessels.

West Port Technical Details 

Berth

No

Length(m)

Depth Alongisde(m)

Liquid

3

1365

14.0

Container

13

3700

16.5

Dry

4

935

14.0

Break 5 1000 14.0
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