Pledges to cut transport fees ignored, say logistics firms
Nearly two months since the government pressed ports and trucking companies to reduce cargo transport fees, local logistics firms say the initiative has been largely ignored. ...
Minister targets overloaded trucks again
Cambodia spends about $180 million a year on road maintenance thanks to overloaded trucks and the Transport Ministry has threatened to confiscate trucks that do not comply with the law, according to officials. ...
Transport ministry, industry to work on cutting costs
Transport Minister Sun Chanthol said yesterday his ministry would work with the private sector to draw up a formula to rein in and cut transport costs. ...
Logistics reforms ‘needed to increase competitiveness’
Cambodia needs to develop a trade logistics plan to align the Kingdom with the regional production network and increase its competitiveness as an investment destination, a senior World Bank economist said yesterday. ...
Goods traffic through Phnom Penh port up 29 pct
Cargo shipments moving in and out of the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port (PPAP) increased 29 per cent in the first six months of this year when compared to the same period in 2012, according to official data. The figures show that imported and exported goods amounted ...