Bintulu Port Authority (BPA)

Bintulu Port, under Bintulu Port Authority jurisdiction, is a modern and efficient multipurpose port in SE Asia. Commenced its operations on January 1, 1983 under purview of the Ministry of Transport. The Port is strategically located along the busy sea-lanes between the Far East and Europe, facing the South China Sea on the north east coast of Sarawak, Malaysian and is the only deep sea port in the state. The port is the only export gateway for Malaysia's biggest export earner - liquefied natural gas (LNG) produced from the Central Luconia field, off the Bintulu coast. It is also the single largest LNG export terminal in the world. It also handles a growing volume of a variety of general cargo, liquid and dry bulk and containerised cargoes. The port is well-equipped with dedicated berths and state-of-the art facilities to handle a variety of cargo and ships effectively. Cargo handling equipments and ancillary facilities are also available. It operates 24 hours a day, all year round.
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Guide ID: 2146 - Last Updated: August 16, 2013