MilestonePresentFacilitiesMoving ForwardNew PotentialMarket

Milestones2013Completion of CT6Phase II, increasingcapacity to 9.5 mil TEUs2010Crossed 5.0 milTEUs mark2012Achieved 50 millionthTEUs and completionof CT6 Phase 12005Completion of CT4,increasing capacity to6.0 mil TEUs2008Completion of CT5,increasing capacity to7.0 mil TEUs2000Hit 1 st million teus2001Completion on CT3,increasing capacity to TEUs1997Completion of CT2, increasingcapacity to 3.0 mil TEUs

Bigger Container Vessels

Conventional Terminal• Break Bulk• Dry Bulk• Liquid BulkConventional Throughput (Mil tonnes)• Vehicle Terminal CentreRORO (‘000 Units)

Future Plans – Capacity Expansion9.5 Mil TEU11.0 Mil TEU15.0 Mil TEUCT 1 - CT 6 CT 7 CT 8 / CT9

Equipment Current 2014Quay Crane 45 52Rubber Tyred Gantry 115 1573 units – Jun’142 units – Sept’142 units – Nov’1415 VS RTG – Feb’1415 VS RTG – Apr’1412 Lithium Ion – July’14

Period Terminal Berth Post DepthCurrent CT1 – CT6 4,000m - 15 - 17.5mDec 2013 + CT 7 (1) 300m 4,300m 17.5mFeb 2014 + CT 7 (2) 300m 4,600m 17.5mNew Terminal – Capable To HandleVessels

Period Terminal Yard PostCurrent CT1 – CT6 29,985 -Q1 2014 + CT 7 – Yard Zone T,U & V 6,000 35,985

• 14 lanes inbound (current) and 14 lanes outbound (new) with capacity to handle 2.3mill transactions per year.• Pilot project for manless-system integration with U-Customs, 4 units of rapidscanners and 1 mobile unit.• Equipped with CCTV to allow real-time view of top-side of container by driver at theGate Booth.• 100k sqft of CFS with combination of raise-dock and grounding ops for cargoconsolidation, value adding and distribution.

1-stop inspection center for Customs and OGAs•Operating 24 hours daily including Sundays & PH•Capacity to cater 30 shaded bays, 30 DG container bays•e-Inspection request and online appointment services via•eTP and U-Customs.

• SKVE is completing in September 2013• Laguna Park interchange will be completed in 2014 (at-grade egress roads being done for traffictemporary link to/from SKVE)• Pulau Indah Southern Ring Road Phase 3 is proposed to link Westports / PKFZ• Elevated road to connect to CT8 PKFZ-Westports link road• PKFZ – Westports link road to become public road (beyond CT8)• Seamless flow PKFZ-Westports at CT9 underpass maintain• PKFZ oversize cargo movements at CT7/CT8 boundary

State-of-The-Art Technologye-TerminalWestportsCustomerPortalSAPBack OfficeSystemsITCosmos &NGCCSTerminalOperatingSystemSmart CardSecurtitySystemSmart CardTechnologyIAPH Gold Award for IT

• Interactive information and single consolidated transaction portal• Real time and historical information• eSSR for Import / Export boxes• eBilling‣ Invoice, Credit Note & Account Statements• e-Gate Pass / e-ISP

GATE PASS USAGE1009080706050403020100Manual Gate PasseGate Pass86 8683 8378 76 7672 7267666333 343728 282224 2414 1417 171-Jun 1-Jul 1-Aug 1-Sep 1-Oct 1-Nov 1-Dec 1-Jan 1-Feb 1-Mar 1-Apr 1-May

201520142014Integration with CustomsHaulier Gate entry capacityplanning & notificationsFull Drayage SSR & deliveryautomation processDeliver continuous enhancementsand process improvements tobuild e Terminal Plus towardsbecoming THE portal for logistics& shipping industry.2014Robust EDI Infrastructure2012/2013eGate Pass for K1,ZB1 & K8 importcontainerseBillingeStatementandOnline eSSR forimport & exportcontainers

EYE ON PORT SECURITYOver 230CCTVinstallationswithin PortperimeterState of the artCentralized VideoManagementCenterHigh resolutiondigitized recordingCustomizablemonitoring andmovement sensorat high securityareasServes tomaintain highsecurity levelwithin the PortAids PortOperationalteams with realtimegroundviews

TRANSSHIPMENT STAGING POST(TSP)1. Facility offered for traders/manufacturers to hold units in Port Kelang undertranshipment status to book and organize 2 nd leg to final delivery port.2. Designed for customers with regular and sizeable production, where productcan only be sold post production.3. Targeted for areas where there is tight container supply and storage at originpoint is problematic.4. Reduces the time line from production of cargo to achieving sale and financialreturn on the product.

Key componentof thermoplasticproductsRapid capacitybuilding in Gulf& Middle EastSupply chainchallenges tomanage highvolumeAverage growthof 9% per annumsince 2009Anticipated annualexport volume of57m MT by 2015

• Port Of Future15 Millions TEU Capacity On World’s Busiest Sea Freight RouteWith Capability of handling 18,000 teus• Regional Procument & Distribution Center


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