The demand for ocean transportation in Malaysia's international trade is very high and this is largely because of the size of the country's external trade sector and its high dependence on foreign trade. It is estimated that about 95 per cent of the country's trade is seaborne, carried by ships, and the remaining volume by air, rail and road. This invariably makes shipping and the maritime sector a very important component of the national economy.It was estimated that 16% out of 30,000 ships calls at major ports in Malaysia calling in Johor in a year i.e. third highest after Port Klang and Sabah ports.
While for industry sector, Johor state is also one of the important locations for local and foreign companies to invest. The government of Malaysia with it Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) has opened opportunity for industrial activities and are progressing for the past four (4) decades.
Johor was never left behind.Iskandar Malaysia is set to become Southern Peninsular Malaysia's most develop region with the aims to spur economic development that actuate Malaysia's global potential.
The opportunity is great for whom interested to support both marine and industrial activities in the field of as a distributor / trader for fuels and oil; and also a logistic provider for both vessels procurement and industrial procurement material & services.
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