Partnership for Bangkok Port Terminal

by | Aug 21, 2019

PSA Thailand, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the global port operator PSA International, have announced a joint venture to develop and operate the Thai Prosperity container terminal in Bangkok, along with locally based logistics firm SCG. 

The two companies have formed the partnership to invest in the small container and multipurpose cargo facility on the Chao Phraya River. To reflect the new partnership, the terminal will be re-branded as Thai Connectivity Terminal (TCT). 

Bangkok Port, known locally as Khlong Toei Port, was Thailand’s main international facility prior to the 1990’s when it was superseded by the deep-sea Laem Chabang Port. It continues to handle around 120,000 TEU per month, which equates to around 20-25% of the country’s container traffic.

 

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