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November 2nd, 2006

PTP Slated To Grow Rapidly In Line With Development Of SJER

Abstract:
The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) is expected to grow rapidly in line with the development of the South Johor Economic Region (SJER), which will be launched by the Sultan of Johor on Saturday.

PTP chief executive officer Harun Johari said the port was already the number two transhipment hub in the region and PTP aimed to grow it further to become the preferred port of choice in Southeast Asia.

The SiLC, Harun said, will house, among others, manufacturing facilities for electronics and electrical products, biotechnology, nanotechnology, pharmaceutical and wafer production.

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