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Sea Port

In Cambodia, there is only one deep seawater port in Peah Sihanouk. The Sihanoukville Autonomous Port has been expanded steadily and it has now 12 berths equipped with modern cargo handling facilities. It has two channels, namely South Channel (Length 5.5km, Depth 8.4m, Width 80-100m) and North Channel (Length 1km, Depth 10m, Width 150-200m). The details of current situation of the Port are shown in the following tables. (Source: PAS brochure, April 2010)

Berthing Capacity of Sihanoukville Port

Terminal

Length (m)

Depth (m)

Berths

Use

New Wharf

350

-9.0 (-10.50)

2

Medium size vessels

Container Terminal

400

-10.50 (-11.50)

3

Medium size vessels

General Cargo

290

-8.40

2

Inner berth of Old Jetty

Passenger Terminal

290

-8.40

2

Outer berth of Old Jetty

Sokimex

200

-10.00

1

Oil jetty

Pontoon

110

-6.00

1

Oil jetty

Stone Wharf

53

-4.50

1

Oil jetty

Tela

220

-7.10

1

Oil jetty

Cargo Handling Facilities of Sihanoukville Port

Type

Capacity

Quantity (Unit)

Mobile Harbour Cranes

60t

2

Quay Gantry Cranes

30.5t

2

Rubber Tired Gantry Cranes

35.5t

5

Trans-tainer Cranes

40.6t

2

Super Stackers

45t

8

Empty Stackers

7.5t

2

Trailers

20’ – 40’

34

Shore Cranes

10t – 50t

7

Forklifts

3t – 25t

21

Trucks for General Cargo

10t – 20t

10

Storage Facilities of Sihanoukville Port

Terminal

Size ()

Capacity

Quantity

New Container Terminal

64,000

4,560(TEUs)

1

Laden Container Terminal

35,000

72,200 (TEUs)

1

Empty Container Terminal

46,000

3,000 (TEUs)

1

Warehouse

36,000

70,500 tons

5 blocks

Reefer Container

54 socket

Although the container cargo throughput volume of the Sihanoukville Port increased steadily until 2008, it sharply dropped in 2009 mainly because of the decrease of garment export to American and EU market being affected by the economic disorder started in 2008. General cargo throughput also decreased in 2009 due to the decrease in import of construction materials caused by the sluggish domestic real estate market. Container throughput returned to the growth track as the garment export started increasing in 2010. General cargo throughput also sharply increased in 2010 and surpassed the peak volume recorded in 2008. The import of construction materials to be used for the various large-scale development projects and factory construction by the investors surged throughout the year.

Cargo Throughput of the Sihanoukville Port

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

Total cargo throughput (tons)

1,586.791

1,818,877

2,057,967

1,874,095

2,217,150

Container throughput (TEU)

231,036

253,271

258,775

207,861

222,928

General cargo throughput (tons)

197,573

193,572

291,114

241,494

374,801

Sihanoukville Port Special Economic Zone, which occupies 70ha of Port Authority’s land adjoined to a container terminal of the Sihanoukville Port, has been under construction with Japanese soft loan since October 2009 and will be completed at the end of 2011. It became available for the investors to start building factories from November 2011, depending on the location of plot.

The ship calling frequency and rotation ports are shown in below table.

Current Ship Calling Status in Sihanoukville Port

Lines

Frequency

Rotation Ports

MCC & CMA

(8 calls/month)

2 calls/week (Thu & Fri)

SGN-SHV-LZP-SGN-HKG-OSA-TYO-YOK-KOB-SGH-YAT-SGN

SIN-SHV-TPP-SIN

Cots

(2 calls/month)

2 calls/month (Monday)

BKK-SHV-BKK-(LZP)

RCL

(12calls/month)

3 calls/week (Wed., Thu., Fri)

SIN-SHV-SGZ-SIN

HKG-SHV-SGZ-HKG-(HPH-TXG-KEL)

KUN-SHV-SGZ-SIN-KUN

ITL (ACL)

(4calls/month)

1call/week (Sat)

SGZ-SHV-SIN-SGZ

APL

(4calls/month)

1call/week (Fri)

SIN-SHV-SIN

Total

30 calls/month

Beside, six offshore oil fields have being developed or are planned to be developed at offshore of Sihanoukville Port. A new multi-purpose terminal, which will consist of a supply base for those offshore oil fields and a handling area for bulky materials such as wood chip or coals, is now in the process of detailed design with assistance of Japan International Cooperation Agency.

Beside the Sihanoukville Autonomous Ports, there are other smaller ports such as Sre Ambel Port, Kampot Port and Oknha Mong Port. Among them, Oknha Mong Port is quite active for imports of smaller general cargo. Kampot Port is now under the expansion works. Kirisakor of Koh Kong has an expansion plan for sugar transportation. There are also the plans for developing new ports in Kirisakor of Koh Kong Province (deep seawater port), Steung Hav of Prea Sihanouk Province (International port) and Kep Province (tourist port).

 

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