Pengerang Independent Terminals has celebrated receiving its 1,000th vessel.
MT Maersk Katarina arrived at the facility in the first week of April, within two years since the facility was fully commissioned.
The facility is located at the south-eastern tip of Peninsular Malaysia in Johor and has 1.3 million m3of storage for crude and refined petroleum products.
Law Say Huat, CEO of the terminal, says: 'This remarkable milestone reflects the confidence our customers have with our operations at Pengerang and also our vision to be the safest terminal with exceptional service excellence.'
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