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2018 | Quarter 4

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 Site Visit and Development Progress of

Solid Product Jetty (SPJ), Pengerang Johor

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SPT Services Sdn Bhd (SPT Services), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Johor Port Berhad, a member of MMC Group, welcomed the Group Managing Director of MMC Corporation Berhad (MMC), YBhg Dato’ Sri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh during a work visit to the Solid Product Jetty (SPJ) in Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC), Pengerang, Johor recently.


The visit was to observe the latest development of the SPJ and PIC. Also present during the visit were Dato’ Ooi Teik Huat, Board of Director of Johor Port Berhad and Mr Ian James, Group Chief Executive Officer of MMC Port Holdings Sdn Bhd.


A site tour and SPJ’s progress briefing were conducted by En. Suffian Abd Manaf, General Manager of SPT Services, joined by representatives from PETRONAS. In a latest development, SPT Services has received its first two Quay Cranes from China and will be receiving other equipment to fulfil its commitment in delivering a high-quality service through its five key areas; skilled manpower, reliable equipment, advanced Information, Communication & Technology, upholding Health, Safety, Security and Environment standards, and operational efficiency & readiness.


SPT Services is the operator of the SPJ, a tailor-made facility was designed to manage the volume produced by PIC as well as to ensure the timely export of containerised polymer and sulphur to the market. SPT Services provides operating equipment, system and manpower to manage the operations and maintenance of the SPJ. Developed within a 6,242-acre site in Pengerang, Johor, PIC forms part of the Johor State's Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex, which is under Malaysia's Economic Transformation Programme to establish new engines of growth for Malaysia.

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