Kampot Gears Up the $1.5 Billion Deep-Sea Port Set for Inauguration Next Month

: Cambodia is poised to unveil a major addition to its maritime infrastructure – the Kampot International Port. This massive project, valued at US $1.5 billion, is set for inauguration on June 6, 2024, with a ceremony presided over by Prime Minister Samdech Thipadei Hun Manet.

Developed by Kampot Logistics & Port Company, the port sprawls across 600 hectares in Changhon Village, Sangkat Prek Tnaot, Bokor City, Kampot Province. Notably, this is the company's only deep-sea port project, boasting the capacity to handle cargo ships ranging from 60,000 to 100,000 tons.

The promises to streamline business operations for investors. Importing and exporting goods, as well as transiting cargo to other countries, will become faster and more cost-effective. This paves the way for increased trade opportunities for businesses of all sizes.

The decision to invest in Cambodia stemmed from the country's promising economic trajectory, according to Eddie K. Abbas, an international consultant for Kampot Logistics & Port Co., Ltd. Despite facing global challenges, Cambodia's economic stability continues to attract investors.

Kampot Logistics & Port Co., Ltd. identified a gap in Cambodia's transport and warehousing sector. The company aims to elevate the industry to meet international standards and compete effectively with ASEAN nations.

The company is actively implementing improvements to ensure exceptional service. This includes deploying cutting-edge machinery, employing new technologies to boost capacity, and continuously training its workforce. Additionally, the use of automation systems will expedite operations, minimizing downtime for both customers and port users.

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