Throughout the years, Kuantan Port has developed
progressively towards becoming one of the busiest ports in Malaysia. Due to its top notch, state of the art facilities, KPC
is able to cater to the ever-demanding requirements of the escalating
petrochemical industries, spawned by the gas and petroleum industries
of the East Coast. In addition, the mushrooming of newer industries
related to petrochemical manufacturing and other service-oriented
sectors has made Kuantan Port the undisputed petrochemical hub
KUANTAN PORT EXPANSION
Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn Bhd (KPC) in collaboration with the Government has embarked on a port expansion project to cater for ships up to 200,000 DWT and to commence operation in 2017. The expansion of the port shall act as a catalyst for the realisation of Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park (MCKIP) in Gebeng. This will spearhead the economic development of the region and Kuantan Port shall be a regional trade hub in the coming years.
KPC is proud to announce that the construction of the breakwater by Inai Kiara-HWA CHI Construction Co. Ltd JV had commenced on 2 April 2013 and the construction work progress until 21 October 2013 was 7% completed. The full construction of the breakwater is expected to be completed by 20 October 2015 and soon after the construction of the 1st Phase of the New Deep Water Terminal (NDWT) shall commence.