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Malaysia to build port near Kuala Lumpur amid supply chain shift

Malaysia to build port near Kuala Lumpur amid supply chain shift
KUALA LUMPUR : Malaysia will build a $425 million AI-powered container port near Kuala Lumpur to meet the changing demands of the supply chain and improve the quality of logistics services. Malaysia will build a new container port along the west coast of the Malay Peninsula as the country prepare

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Malaysia is set to build a new AI-powered container port near Kuala Lumpur in response to the changing demands of the supply chain. The $425 million port will be the first in Malaysia to use artificial intelligence to improve operational efficiency. The project, led by local developer Tanco Holdings and Chinese marine engineering company CCCC Dredging Co, is expected to be built in Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan. The port will have a 1.8-kilometer berth, terminal, and container area of approximately 800 square meters and is expected to accommodate the largest container ships. With the increasing diversification of supply chains, the new port is expected to significantly boost logistics and maritime transportation services in the country.

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