Tanco Receives Nod To Build A Proposed Smart Port In Negeri Sembilan

Tanco Holdings Berhad’s 79% owned subsidiary Midports Holdings Sdn Bhd had received a letter from the Malaysia Marine Department notifying that the Ministry of Transport of Malaysia has no objections to the Proposed Port Project by Midports in Negeri Sembilan.

The group said MMD is giving its approval-in-principle subject to the various technical studies and all preliminary conditions that have been set by the MOTM. 

Among the conditions include the appointment of a licensed surveyor to determine the section of the sea required for the jetty or other on-water structures; The application for ownership of such sea section by Menteri Besar Incorporated Negeri Sembilan to the State Authorities; The application for the relevant Development Orders to the Local Authority for input from all relevant Departments/ Agencies; Approvals on the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA), Detailed Environment Impact Assessment (DEIA), Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA), Hydrology Report, Social Impact Assessment (SIA), Fisheries Impact Assessment (FIA) and such other technical reports/ assessments which may be required to obtain the approvals from the relevant Departments/ Agencies;

For the Proposed Port Project to be tabled to National Physical Planning Council via the State Government for relevant advice on the development of the same. Compliance with the procedures set by the relevant Government Departments/ Agencies; and such other conditions that may be prescribed during the preparation of the Joint Venture Agreements.  

The group said will make the necessary announcements accordingly and in due course upon further material developments in relation to the Proposed Port Project occurring.

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