ATB2, the 262,000 m³ expansion project located alongside the existing ATB terminal, opened for business on 1 August.

This Phase 2 expansion project was delivered precisely on schedule, ready for our new customers.

The new infrastructure has been configured for maximum customer flexibility, with 6 x 27.4k, 3 x 22.6k and 3 x10k m³ tanks. This extra capacity is supported by an additional (sixth) jetty. With a draft of 17.5m, it can accommodate any vessel from a small barge to a fully laden Aframax of 120,000 DWT.

Aernout Boot, General Manager of ATB, said: “Here in Johor we now offer 1,155,000 m³ of state of the art capacity. Add to this our excellent connectivity by ship, barge and road, and our perfect location for regional distribution, and we’re making an even bigger impact on the energy trading hub of Singapore.”

Location ATB, Johor, Malaysia
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