New container terminal okayed
The construction of a new container terminal as part of an expansion project of the Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (PAS) will start by early 2019 after Japan signed an agreement to provide a low-interest loan of about $209 million. ...
Sihanoukville cargo rises
Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (SAP), the Kingdom’s largest maritime container hub, reported a six percent increase in cargo shipments in the first six months of the year, while tonnage rose by 10 percent in the same period. ...
South Korean cargo line aims to double shipments
The volume of goods shipped has grown steadily in the three months since South Korean sea shipping line Hyundai Merchant Marine began calling at Sihanoukville port, and cargo sizes are expected to double in the coming month, a local company representative said yesterday. ...
Tycoon looks to expand and deepen private Sihanoukville seaport
Agro-industrial tycoon Mong Reththy plans to expand his private port to handle bigger ships and containerised cargoes, increasing potential competition with the country’s principal port in Sihanoukville. ...
Plans afoot for new $100m terminal at Sihanoukville deep sea port
The government will ask for more than $100 million in concessional loans from the Japanese government to begin building a new container terminal inside Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (SAP) early next year to handle the surging volume of containers passing through the port. ...
Port cargo traffic rises on swelling economy
Container traffic at Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (SAP), which operates the country’s only deep-sea port, increased by almost 10 per cent during the first quarter of the year, compared to a year earlier, while tonnage rose by 11.5 per cent, a company official said yesterday. ...
Cargo giants call on Sihanoukville port
As Cambodia’s sole deep-sea port in Sihanoukville looks to increase its presence on global shipping routes, the decision by two major Chinese shipping companies six months ago to call at the port has seen mixed results, with one firm already dropping out due to low ...
Korean shipper adds Sihanoukville port to route
Korean company HMM Logistics will start shipping goods to Sihanoukville port this month in a move expected to increase regional trade, speed up deliveries of goods from South Korea and accelerate the growth of the Cambodian economy. ...
Cambodia's 2nd largest port reports 16 pct rise in shipments last year
Cargo shipments entering and leaving Cambodia through the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port rose by 16 percent in 2013 thanks to better economic situation, according to a port’s data on Friday. The kingdom’s 2nd largest port received 110,500 twenty-foot-equivalent units, or TEUs (standard-sized containers), last year, up ...
Global Times News Staff
Kingdom’s bourse missing some magic
At the headquarters of the Cambodia Securities Exchange on the 25th floor of Canadia Tower, something seems to be missing. Here, in Phnom Penh’s business heart, the sights typically associated with trading shares – gesticulating, shouting traders, the confusing hand signals, the buzz in the air ...
Cambodia's largest port sees 14 pct rise in cargo shipment in 5 months
The Sihanoukville Autonomous Port, the kingdom’s largest shipping facility, has seen a 14 percent increase in cargo shipment in the first five months of this year thanks to growing business activities, a port senior official said Wednesday. During January-May period this year, the state-owned port had ...
Harta Packaging bets on Cambodian growth
Malaysia-based Harta Packaging Industries Sdn Bhd opened a new Cambodian factory to meet the demands of a growing exports sector and benefit from Sihanoukville port’s ambitious expansion plans, officials said. Harta Packaging, a wholly owned subsidiary of HPI Resources Berhad and part of the Oji Paper ...
Sihanoukville port on track for stock float
The Sihanoukville Autonomous Port was making every effort to speed up preparations for its listing on the Cambodia Securities Exchange, the port’s chief executive officer, Lou Kim Chhun, said this week. The company would list 15% of it’s stock to begin with, and would ‘study ...