Malaysia positions itself as key global hub


Kuala Linggi International Port in Malaysia has begun construction of a new state-of-the-art port facility in a move to become a key hub for international trade

With work ongoing for the next 42 months, KLIP aims to transform the Port of Kuala Sungai Linggi in the country’s south-west into a sustainable hub for energy source, port and maritime services.

The extensive development is expected to cost US$3.15 billion and includes new tank storage, shipyard, heavy industry fabrication yard, cargo area, wharfs and warehousing facilities.

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