Kampot’s new International Deepwater Port will be located about 8 kilometres from Kampot Market, in Gongbu Tuek Chhu district’s, Chhum Kreal commune.
It will generate jobs as well as further investment in local infrastructure. It’ll boost the local property sector too, will need the support of improved infrastructure. Bringing the full project to fruition will require developing new roads, bridges, and residences.
The department anticipates real estate values in the area will rise once the project is complete.
Having an immigration checkpoint at Kampot is essential to bring in visitors from neighbouring countries. It is important to have a strategy that includes a national border checkpoint.
China is the biggest investor into the Cambodian economy.
The coastal development project received land and sand for the development from the Ministry.
The Kampot Port Authority plays an important role in the daily operation of the port. The Port Authority administers and manages the docks and quay walls as well as the land. It is also responsible for the efficient transit and safety of vessel traffic in the Kampot port area. It provides tugs and cranes, carries out dredging and promotes the port in Cambodia.
To increase the competitiveness of Kampot Port, the Kampot Port Authority was established as an independent, municipal owned agency. In its current legal form, the Port Authority has its own decision-making powers and a personnel policy separate from the city. The Port Authority also has the power to enter into joint ventures with other companies or government agencies. In this way, it can respond flexibly to a rapidly evolving maritime market.
The port of Kampot is a place of renewal and innovation. A place of thinking, striving for better, exploring and pushing back horizons. In short, a place driven by innovation. Without this progressive way of thinking, we would never have been able to penetrate to the farthest corners of the world.
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