Cambodia expands handling capacity

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Two large-scale container terminal development projects are set to change the trading landscape in Cambodia over the next fiveto-10 years. At Sihanoukville Autonomous Port (SAP), currently the main port in the country, container handling capacity will more than triple over the next six years, while at Kampot, a new port and integrated logistics centre under development, facilities capable of handling at least 600,000 TEU will come on stream from 2025-26.

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