Johor's Overview

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Know More About Johor

Situated at the southern end of Peninsula Malaysia, Johor is the third largest (19984 sq km) state in the country. It was named after the Sungei Johor, which is the longest river in the state.

As one of the three main urban centres on the Malaysian peninsula (Kuala Lumpur and Penang being the other two), Johor Bahru is an important industrial, logistical and commercial centre. Its major industries include electronics, resource and petrochemical refinery and ship-building.
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Biggest Transshipment Hub

Port Of Tanjung Pelepas

The Port of Tanjung Pelepas, one of the fastest new emerging ports in this region, had recorded tremendous growth since its beginning in 1999.

Located at the confluence of major shipping routes at the southern tip of Johor, PTP has also since steadily attract leading shipping lines such as Maersk Sealand in 2000 and Evergreen Marine in 2002.
Most Important Commodity Seaports

Johor Port

Incepted in 1977, Johor Port had played a significant role in the growth of Malaysia’s international trade. Nestled within the busy transport hub at the tip of Peninsular Malaysia, this proud establishment had attracted some of the region’s largest shipping lines sch as Evergreen ,Wan Hai, Gearbulk AV, PIL and etcs.

In 2004, Johor Port Berhad (JPB) registered a record high of 28.2 million tonnes of cargo handled, an increase of 6% from 26.8 million tonnes handled last year.
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