The maritime industry in Malaysia is integral to the nation’s economic landscape and global connectivity. With an extensive coastline and a strategic position along major shipping routes, Malaysia’s maritime sector encompasses diverse activities such as shipping, port operations, shipbuilding, offshore oil and gas exploration, marine tourism, and fisheries. Key ports like Port Klang, Johor Port, and Penang Port serve as vital conduits for international trade, handling millions of TEUs of containerized cargo annually. Malaysia’s shipbuilding and repair industry, supported by skilled labor and favorable government policies, contribute significantly to both domestic and international maritime trade. Moreover, the country’s offshore oil and gas sector drives exploration and production activities in the region. With abundant marine resources, Malaysia also capitalizes on marine tourism and fisheries, reinforcing the importance of its maritime industry on the global stage.

Major Ports supported
  • Port Klang: Situated in the Klang Valley region, Port Klang is Malaysia’s busiest port and one of the world’s top container terminals. Handling millions of TEUs annually, it serves as a crucial gateway for international trade, offering state-of-the-art facilities and efficient logistical services.
  • Johor Port: Located in Pasir Gudang, Johor Port is a vital maritime hub on the southern coast of Peninsular Malaysia. With modern infrastructure and strategic connections to regional markets, Johor Port specializes in container handling, bulk cargo, and Ro-Ro operations, facilitating efficient trade flow.
  • Penang Port: Nestled on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Penang Port is a key maritime gateway connecting Malaysia with the rest of the world. Equipped with advanced facilities, Penang Port specializes in container handling, bulk cargo, and cruise ship services, fostering trade and tourism in the region.
  • Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP): Situated in Johor Bahru, PTP is one of the largest container terminals in Malaysia and a key transshipment hub in Southeast Asia. With state-of-the-art infrastructure and deep-water berths, PTP serves as a crucial link in global supply chains, handling millions of TEUs annually.
  • Port of Kuantan: Located on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, the Port of Kuantan is a prominent multipurpose port handling various types of cargo, including bulk, breakbulk, and containerized goods. Its strategic location offers convenient access to markets in Asia and beyond.
  • Port of Bintulu: Situated in Sarawak on the island of Borneo, the Port of Bintulu specializes in handling liquefied natural gas (LNG) and other petroleum products. It plays a vital role in Malaysia’s energy sector, facilitating the export of LNG to international markets.
  • Port of Lumut: Positioned in Perak on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, the Port of Lumut serves as a strategic maritime gateway for industries such as oil and gas, shipping, and manufacturing. It features modern facilities and supports various types of cargo handling activities.
Services offered
  • Annual and 5- Yearly inspection of life-saving appliances: Lifeboats, life rafts, services of fire fighting appliances and equipment, davits, winches and cranes, Calibration, Customized Hvac & Refrigeration System Design, Supply And Installation, Load testing, Ship spares and supply, Hook Replacement, Electrical Services,.