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Study: Johor’s Tanjung Pelepas is Southeast Asia’s Top Performing Port & World’s 5th Most Efficient

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Source: World Bank Group & The Edge Malaysia

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The Tanjung Pelepas port in Gelang Patah, Johor has been named Southeast Asia’s top-performing port and the 5th most efficient in the world by the latest edition of the Container Port Performance Index (CPPI) by the World Bank Group.

Not only that, but 2 other Malaysian ports also ranked favourably in the index, namely Port Klang and Johor Port, which came in 5th and 8th in Southeast Asia respectively.

 

Tanjung Pelepas is the world’s 5th most efficient port

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A comparable assessment of performance based on vessel time in port, the CPPI 2023 is meant to serve as a reference point for improvement for key stakeholders in the global economy.

Furthermore, the index is based on available empirical objective data pertaining exclusively to time expended in a vessel stay in a port.

In the global ranking, Yangshan takes the top spot, followed by Salalah in 2nd and Cartagena in 3rd.

Tanger-Mediterranean port is placed 4th, with Malaysia’s Tanjung Pelepas completing the top 5 list.

Only 1 other Southeast Asia port made it to the top 10 list which is Vietnam’s Cai Mep in 7th place.

Here are the top 36 list globally:

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Malaysian ports dominate the regional ranking for Southeast Asia

Regionally, 3 of the top 8 top performing ports in CPPI 2023 are in Malaysia.

Here’s the ranking in Southeast Asia:

  1. Tanjung Pelepas (Malaysia) – 5th globally
  2. Cai Mep (Vietnam) – 7th globally
  3. Singapore port (Singapore) – 17th globally
  4. Tanjong Priok (Indonesia) – 23rd globally
  5. Port Klang (Malaysia) – 28th globally
  6. Laem Cha Bang (Thailand) – 45th globally
  7. Hai Phong (Vietnam) – 70th globally
  8. Johor Port (Malaysia) – 93rd globally
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Awesome! So, what do you guys think of Tanjung Pelepas being the world’s 5th most efficient port in the world and Malaysian ports dominating the Southeast Asian rankings?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments!

 

Also read: Indonesia & Thailand Overtake Malaysia in World Competitiveness Ranking for 1st Time as We Drop to 34th

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