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Introducing Exhibition Sponsor –  Steelpaint 

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Steelpaint from Germany produces high-performance single-pack coatings based onPolyurethane and marketed worldwide under the registered Stelpant and Stelcatec brands for use in hydraulic and civil structural engineering and the shipping industry.

 

When it comes to protecting port structures, one of the greatest challenges is the sea itself. Extreme conditions such as tides, salt water and permanently damp environments place the highest demands on coating systems. Within the tidal range, the complete PU coating system can be applied and ready for exposure to water in six hours! Our moisture curing, low-solvent coatings (MCPU) are tailored to the specific needs of hydraulic steel structures and comply with international standards.

Suitable anywhere Steelpaint MCPU products are suitable for application at temperatures ranging from -5°C to +50°C and at relative humidity levels of up to 98 %. All too often, two-component coatings suffer as a result of mistakes made during mixing or go to waste because the reaction time has been exceeded. Our MCPU coatings overcome both these problems, and can be applied using brushes, rollers or airless spraying.

Steelpaint products are low in solvents, free from both PAHs and heavy metals, and comply with all current international regulations.

 

PPA set to start crafting ports development plans  18June 2024

The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) plans to create master plans for 10 seaport terminals by August to enhance cargo movement and tourism. A single bidder has shown interest in the P32.29-million consultancy contract for feasibility studies and master plan formulation.

The bidder must submit additional technical and financial documents. If qualified, the contract will be awarded next month, with a one-year completion timeline. The studies aim to boost agri-industrial development and tourism by improving port services.

Malaysia Plans New Port on Malacca Strait  19 June 2024

Malaysia is set to build a new $425 million container port in Negeri Sembilan on the Malacca Strait, a crucial global shipping lane. The port, incorporating artificial intelligence for automation and efficiency, will feature a 1.8-kilometer jetty, a terminal, and an 809,300 square meter container area.

Malaysia is heavily investing in port infrastructure to compete regionally. Port Klang is expanding its capacity, and neighboring countries like Singapore and Thailand also have significant port development plans.

Another deepsea port for Sarawak planned in Miri — Douglas Uggah  18 June 2024

Sarawak's Miri Port will be developed into a deepsea port capable of handling all types of cargo and cruise vessels, according to Deputy Premier Datuk Amar Douglas UggahEmbas. Located at Kuala Baram, the port's development aims to boost economic activities such as shipbuilding and logistics.

A contract has been signed with Rimbun Prima SdnBhd and China Communications Constructions Company to deepen the port's access channel to over 25 meters, with completion expected by March 2027. This project is anticipated to significantly contribute to Sarawak's economic growth.

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3rd Port Development South East Asia Summit 2024

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