Containers pile up at Port Klang


The Port Klang Authority chairman says Westport is at 67% capacity, and Northport at 47%. – EPA pic, March 26, 2020.

CONTAINERS at Port Klang are stacking up as the movement-control order (MCO) limits the transport of non-essential goods, reports Malaysiakini.

The portal quoted Port Klang Authority (PKA) chairman Ean Yong Hian Wah as saying Westport is at 67% capacity, and Northport at 47%.


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  • The transport minister should also be included in Azmins task force looking into the supply chain. The task force doesnt seem to be in any hurry to ensure food and supplies get to the people. It has already been a few days since the task force was set up under Azmin but suppliers and producers are still having difficulties getting food to the people. Tons of fresh food like veges and fish that can feed millions are dumped due to poor execution.

    Posted 6 days ago by Elyse Gim