A bright future under state control

Bintulu: Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Habi Habibollah predicts that Bintulu Port will rise to prominence in the global shipping and port industry after its takeover by the state government next year.

“Indirectly, the acquisition will establish Bintulu Port as a major player on the world stage,” he asserted, adding that the state government will utilize the local governance model to effectively manage the port. expressed confidence in his abilities.

“This approach will not only advance the port but also enhance its prestige globally,” he said at the Bintulu Port Authority (BPA)-organized Hari Raya held at Menara Kidron here last Friday night.・He spoke at the Aidilfitri Open House.

Currently, Bintulu Port ranks as one of the largest ports in Malaysia.

Despite the impending transfer of control to the provincial government, Mr Hasbi, who is also a member of the Limbang Provincial Assembly, expressed hope that the strong partnership between the Bintulu Port Authority (BPA) and the port operator, Bintulu Ports Limited, would continue. I expected. BHD (BPSB).

“We sincerely hope that the existing good and friendly relationship will not only continue after the acquisition, but will also be further strengthened,” he added.

He suggested that establishing a committee co-chaired by BPA and BPSB could ensure exemplary port services in the future.

Tanjong Batu City Councilor Johnny Pan Leong Min, BPA Board Chairman Datuk Sharkawy Aris, Bintulu Port Holdings Berhad (BPHB) Group Chief Executive Officer Ruslan Abdul Ghani, BPA General Manager Amir Mat Dorus was also present.

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