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PKT Logistics Hub

MALAYSIA LOGISTICS TRANSFORMATION

LANDWarehouse or HubRailwayHighway & The City

WATERSeaSeaportRiverCanal

AIRAviationAerospaceAirport & The City

10th MALAYSIA PLAN2011 ~ 2015

11th MALAYSIA PLAN

2016 ~ 2020

372 pages6

CREATING SEAMLESS CONNECTIVITY FOR PEOPLE AND GOODS

5 Regional Cities and Economic CorridorNCER (Northern Corridor Economic Region) GeorgetownECER (East Coast Economic Region) KuantanIskandar Malaysia Johor BahruSCORE (Sarawak Corridor and Renewable Energy) KuchingSDC (Sabah Development Corridor) Kota Kinabalu

P/S: Its not just countries or states compete with each others, but more so amongst the cities.

LAND

WAREHOUSE & HUB

PKT Logistics Hub

PKT Logistics Hub

Logistics HubCompleted in December 2014Total area of 97 acres at Batu Kawan (NCER)63000 pallet positions85 loading bays23/7 CCTV system and security patrolsWMS with RF (Radio Frequency) scannerThe 1st GBI (Green Building Index) certified in MalaysiaTotal area of 18 acres at Gebeng Industrial Park (ECER)

RAILWAY

KTMBOwned by Malaysia government through Finance Ministry Incorporated2262 km managed by KTMBDouble track Electric Train Service from KL to Padang Besar (shifted from road to rail)South Thailand to Penang Port, mainly rubber product from Thailand 33000 TEU a month from Padang Besar, KTMB only can handle 10000 TEU

Rapid KL (Rangkaian Pengangkutan Integrasi Deras Kuala Lumpur)Owned by Finance Ministry IncorporatedComprises of 3 Line : Kelana Jaya Line, Ampang/Sri Petaling Line, Monorail Line

Sabah State RailwayOwned by North Borneo Railway134 km single lane from Tanjung Aru to Tenom

Express Rail Link Sdn Bhd (ERL)Joint venture between YTL Corporation Bhd, Lembaga Tabung Haji and Trisilco Equity Sdn BhdUtilized by 2 different train service: KLIA Express , KLIA TransitElectrified rail link connected KLIA with KL Sentral

THE CURRENT MALAYSIA RAIL MAP

Malaysia rail transportare manage by KTM Berhadexcept in Sabah (managed by Sabah State Railway)

KTM BERHAD RAILWAY NETWORK

- Padang Besar Terminal- Butterworth Container Depot- Ipoh Cargo Terminal- Kontena Nasional Setia Jaya- Port Klang Container Depot- Segamat Inland Port- Pasir Gudang Terminal

ETS (Electric Train Service)

10 Oct 2015 until Gemas25

HSR(High Speed Rail)

Begin: Bandar MalaysiaEnded: Jurong East MOU: July 2016Cost : RM70 billionProjected: 2017~2022Distance: 350km Speed: 160~220 km/hRoute: KL ~ SingaporeJourney: 2.5 hoursTicket: RM400* (KLSingapore)

HIGHWAY & THE CITY

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)SUKE Highway (Sungai Besi Ulu Klang Elevated Expressway)DASH Highway (Damansara Shah Alam Elevated Expressway)Center Spine RoadPan Borneo HighwayMalaysia Vision ValleyCyberjaya City CenterBandar Malaysia

BRT(BUS RAPID TRANSIT)

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT)At lease 3km length with dedicated lanesDistance between station stops at around 450 meterStation interval width at lease 3 meterGood pedestrian access and weather-protected (wind, rain, heat, cold, snow)Universal accessible to all special-needs passenger (physical or visual or hearing impaired, elderly, children, parents with stroller, load carrying passenger)

The fare effective from 1 August 201537

BRT Sunway Line1st BRT System in Malaysia Public and Private Partnership (PPP) between Prasarana Malaysia Bhd and Sunway Group BhdOfficially launched on 9 June 2015 Project Cost: RM634 millionRoute Distance: 5.4 kmTotal Station: 7Park and Ride Station: SunU-Monash (Station No. 5)15 electric buses with travel speed 30-40 km/hour (Max: 80 km/hour)Started from Sunway-Setia Jaya station, nearby KTM Setia Jaya Komuter stationEnded at USJ 7 station (Kelana Jaya LRT Extention Line)

Park & Ride: 1153 cars (Ladies = 102, OKU = 23) , 121 motorcycles38

SUKE & DASH HIGHWAY

SUKE (Sungai Besi Ulu Kelang)31.8 km journeyConstruction cost worth of RM4.3 Billion Begin in 2016, expected completion by June 2019Alternative route to Sungai Besi, Cheras, Ampang and Ulu KelangExpected to reduce 50 minutes travelling time from Cheras to Ulu KelangSeacera Group Bhd awarded the project with 60 years consession

DASH (Damansara Shah Alam)20.1 km journeyConstruction cost worth of RM4.18 Billion Will begin in August 2016, expected completion by 2019Start at Puncak Perdana U10 Shah Alam intersectionEnded at Penchala interchangeLinking to Damansara-Puchong and SPRINT Expressway

Central Spine Road

Total 463.5 km from KB Simpang Pelangai, shorten journey time from 7 to 5 hours50

Central Spine RoadApproval begin from RMK-10Cost contributed RM6.6 million by Federal GovernmentOfficially open for travelling on 13 July 2015Priority given to Package 3 and Package 5 Total distance is 390km from Simpang Pelangai to Kuala KraiTravelling time reduced from 7 hours to 5 hoursConnected Kuala Krai (Kelantan) until Seremban by the LEKAS (Lebuhraya Kajang Seremban)Central Spine Road is toll free

Pan Borneo Highway

Malaysian Vision Vallley (MVV)

Malaysian Vision Valley (MVV)Connection between Seremban, Nilai and Port DicksonDevelopment duration of 30 yearsGDV (Gross Development Value) is RM640 BillionConsumed of 108 000 hectors of land6 MVV = 1 Negeri Sembilan

Cyberjaya City Center (CCC)

Cyberjaya City Center (CCC)15 years development project started in 2016 by 7 phasesGDV (Gross Development Value) is RM10 BillionCyberview and MRCB jointly developmentUsed up 53 hectares of land between Putrajaya Sentral and Lim Kok Wing UniversityMRT Line 2 connection between Sungai Buluh and Putrajaya400 meter Elevated walkalator connection from Putrajaya Sentral Transformation from ICT to GTH (Global Technology Hub)

Cyberjaya City Centre (CCC)

Bandar Malaysia

Bandar Malaysia

Bandar MalaysiaFormerly Sungai Besi RMAF (Royal Malaysia Air Force) AirbaseLand size of 486 acresWithin 7km from KL City Centre60:40 joint venture by IWH (Iskandar Waterfront Holding) and CREC (China Railway Engineering Corporation)GDV (Gross Development Value) = RM150 Billion15 to 25 years period of completionGross Plot Ratio = 4.051.3km connection with Tun Razak Exchange (TRX)Worlds 2nd largest underground city https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZgDou56rqI

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WATER

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Penang Undersea Tunnel

Penang Undersea TunnelConstruction shall begin 20167.2km connected Butterworth East (Bagan Ajam) to Gurney Drive (Jalan Pangkor)Projected to complete by 2027Costed about RM6.3 Billion1st undersea tunnel in Malaysia2nd undersea tunnel in Southeast Asia (1st in Vietnam beneath Saigon River 1.49km)Updated news on 24 May 2016, project cancelled (replace by 3rd bridge) -> Untrue

Compensate by 44.5 ha of land in Tanjung Pinang76

Tok Bali Supply Base (TBSB)

Tok Bali Supply Base (TBSB)Located at Pasir Putih, Kelantan (48km from Kota Bharu)Off shore oil & gas supply base logistics hubStart operating in April 2015Construction cost is RM90 Billion 3rd Supply Base in Malaysia (1st in Kemaman, 2nd in Labuan)Land size of 132.73 hectare (328 acres)Supply Base logistics hub for offshore oil & gas, water, mud, cement, commercial port and warehouse services

Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex (PIPC)

PIPC core activities

"To transform Johor into a Sustainable, World

-

Class Downstream Oil & Gas Hub

-

JPDC

Power Plant

Petrochemical Plants

Refineries

Oil Storage Tanks

LNG Storage Tanks

Naphtha Crackers

Regasification Plant

PIPC non

-

refining industry planning

"To transform Johor into a Sustainable, World

-

Class Downstream Oil & Gas Hub

-

JPDC

Emergency Response

Centre (10 acres)

Fire Response Team

Ambulance Base

Medium and Light

Industry Hub (700 acres)

Support Industries

Testing and Metering

Solid Logistics Hub (125

acres)

Container Facilities

Sulphur

and Coke

Downstream Finished Product

Zone (1,081 acres)

Plastics and Fine Chemicals

Small / Medium Enterprise

Commercial Services Hub

(180 acres)

Professional Services

Banking and Finance

Emergency Coordination

Centre

Emergency Coordination

Hospital / Clinic

PIPC Security Coordination

Waste Management

Centre (60 acres)

Waste Water Treatment

Solid Waste Conversion

Centralised

Tank Farm; CTF

(1,400 acres)

Crude and Product Handling

Sulphur

and Coke Handling

PIPC

consists

of multi

-

billion ringgit projects in an area of

land covering 20,000 acres

"To transform Johor into a Sustainable, World

-

Class Downstream Oil & Gas Hub

-

JPDC

DIALOG

-

VOPAK

-

SSI

RM5

-

10

billion

1,300 acres (including 500

acres reclaimed

land)

Petroleum

and LNG Terminals

LNG

Regasification Plant

Phase

1

operational April 2014

Total Potential

RM170+ billion

of investment

20,000

acres of industrial area

Potential Investor 1

RM27 billion

2

,000

acres

Refinery

Petroleum Products

Aromatics Products

Investor 1

PETRONAS RAPID

RM53 billion refinery and

petrochemicals