Yangon Port Myanmar

Myanmar Yangon Port

Burma Integrated Port Limited (MIPL). You can find the list of Myanmar's seaports on the map and read information about their size, coordinates, restrictions, water depth, etc. here. Myanmar (also known as Burma) is attracting a lot of attention with the relaxation of the ruling military regime. An interdepartmental group has said that it will deal with the problem of container stowage in the industrial port of Myanmar (MIP) within three weeks.

Harbour calls, arrivals, departures and expected ships at Yangon Port (MMRGN), Myanmar.

2.1.10 Myanmar Port of Yangon - Logistics capacity evaluation

The port of Yangon is subdivided into two harbours. Thilawa Myanmar International Terminal is the biggest and is mainly used for RORO vessels to carry automobiles. The port is 16 km from Yangon city centre and 16 km from Yangon Rivers cove, near the Thilawa Special Economic Zone, which has been created by a Japan-based JV.

Thilawa International Airport has 2 international kiosks and 6 shipyards: Other is Yangon's old port, which has 4 ports and 15 shipyards. The majority of general carriers use the Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP) and the Asia World Port terminal (AWP), as they are situated near the city centre, 32 km from Yangon Riversay.

Yangon's old port comprises the following 4 terminal and 15 shipyards: South-East Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP). Portal sites: Management company or port authority: Information on port administrations and the name of port custom offices has proven very hard to obtain. There' s also a very big worry about taking pictures inside the harbour.

An application for permission to take few photos of any site was courtesy of the local port security officer. Please visit the following links for information about Myanmar Port of Yangon's contacts: MITT is Myanmar's first dedicated, multifunctional global containership port. The MITT has been run by Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH), which designed the plants, since 1998.

CENTER is situated in Thilawa, 25 km from Yangon city center, near the estuary of the Yangon River and bordering the Special Industrial Zone, Thanlyin-Kyauktan. The majority of Myanmar's containers transport is carried out by AWPT and MIP harbours, not MITT, as these harbours are nearer to the city centre of Yangon and in the Bayint Naung Compound, which is the Thar Yar Industrial Zone.

MIDT is the only port in Myanmar that can service RORO (Roll-on-Roll-off) vehicle transporters. Management or port authority: Image port: The MITT port is designed and hosted by Hutchison Port Holdings (HPH). AWPT's manipulation technology is supplied by the privately owned firm offer Asia World Co. AWPT provides a wide range of installations and transshipment devices as well as three harbour crane for general cargo, containers, dried and liquefied cargo transports.

There are no port or dumpster bridges. AWPT terminals are located in the centre of Yangon City, only 15 min by car from City Hall and 30 min by car from Mingaladon International Airport, but just outside the city centre.

The AWPT est leicht zu erreichen von Bayint Naung Commercial Centre, Shwe Pyithar Industrial Estate, Mingaladon Industrial Park, Pyinmabin Industrial Complex und South Dagon Industrial Zone, all of which's'agit de la région de développement industriel de la région de Tharyar. The MIPL is next to the MITT port. The port is seldom used for freight and people. Management company or port authority:

There is a 9.5 metre deep basin, corresponding to the Yangon River's max draught. The port of Bo Aung Kyaw is managed by Myanmar Economics Holdings (MEH) and is situated in Botahtaung Township, Yangon. Administrative company or port authority: The BKW port is designed and managed by the MEH Group, which is managed by persons who have withdrawn from the war.

There is a 9 metre deep basin along the quay, corresponding to the Yangon River's max draught. However for the Yangon port references, see http://www.mot.gov.mm/mpa/port_facilities.html. CFS area: 4,000 square meters The Asia World Port Terminal (AWPT) is upriver from the Yangon River, about 32 kilometers upriver from Elephant Point on the Gulf of Martaban.

Management company or port authority: Image port: The AWPT port is designed and hosted by Asia World Port Management Co. Ltd, a wholly owned affiliate of Asia World Co. There is a 9.5 metre deep basin along the quay, corresponding to the Yangon River's max draught. Ships with a draught of more than 9.5 m cannot be housed in the old port area of Yangon.

No specified website is described in detail about Asia World Port. However for the Yangon port references, see http://www.mot.gov.mm/mpa/port_facilities. html . AWPT's manipulation technology is administered by the privately owned company: World Asia Co. AWPT provides a wide range of installations and transshipment devices as well as three mobile port cranes for general cargo, containers, dried and liquefied cargo transports.

There are no port or dumpster bridges. Ro-Ro equipment is not available at AWPT. Fuelling and transshipment installations for liquids are available. 2,676 sqm 2,676 sqm There are no stowages in the AWPT port. Goods are handled by employees of the Township Labour Exchange Office, which is monitored by the Labour Minister.

AWPT terminals are located in the centre of Yangon City, just 15 min by car from City Hall and 30 min by car from Mingaladon International Airport. The AWPT est leicht zu erreichen von Bayint Naung Commercial Centre, Shwe Pyithar Industrial Estate, Mingaladon Industrial Park, Pyinmabin Industrial Complex und South Dagon Industrial Zone, all of which's'agit de la région de développement industriel de la région de Tharyar.

World Asia Co. Ltd. is in charge of AWPT port safety. There is a fence around the harbour with a cement masonry. The Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP) is near Yangon city centre. of Myanmar Annawa Swan-er-shin Group (MAS) - was opened in January 2003. The port has two terminal facilities that can simultaneously accommodate two containerships, and a third is scheduled for completion in 2015.

It has a dumpster depot, a cargo depot and an inspecting hall. In the harbour and a hospital there are security and fire protection facilities. Management company or port authority: The MIP port is administered and hosted by Myanmar Annawa Swan-er-shin Group (S) Co Ltd (MAS). 748,668 sqm are under development for the third building.

In conjunction with Terminals 1 & 2, the overall daily production volume is to rise to 1,200TEUs. Once the construction of Terminals 3 is completed, which is scheduled for 2015, the whole MIP shipyard will be 2,800 metres (2.8 km) long. ThInterface 1: Can process 2 x 15,000 BRT containerships simultaneously.

The area of the plot is 291,374 sq m. The MIP port is handled by the privately owned company: Burma Annawa Swan-er-shin Group (S) Co Ltd (MAS). No multipurpose options are available. We do not have any transshipment systems for grains and loose materials. Covering 102,385 sq. m. of the hangar and terminals and 6,140 sq. m. of the shed.

The Myanmar Annawa Swan-er-shin Group (S) Co Ltd (MAS) offers all services in the field of transshipment and stowage, e.g. the loading and unloading of freighters. They are taken out of the port by truck. Contacts are not carried to the interior via waterway, as the internal harbours have neither the necessary transshipment capacities nor the necessary facilities.

The Sule Pagoda Kai is on the 16th floor. + 01222 and is monitored by the Myanma Port Authority (MPA). The port is used by MPA ferries (Yangon-Dala route), wood boats and dredgers. It' very near the harbour of Bo Aung Kyaw (BAK). There' s no warehouses, no ports.

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