Phnom Penh Autonomous Port
Phnom Penh Autonomous Port, as “PPAP” ticked in Cambodia Securities Exchange (CSX), was established in 1905 under the supervision of the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation (MPWT) and the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF). It is an international and the largest freshwater autonomous port in Cambodia. Since Cambodia’s economic growth is contributed the most by the import and export industry, the international ports have been involved and promoted as the backbone of the Cambodia development, which is unstoppable in enhancing its awareness, reputation and continuous development.
Since the establishment, the PPAP business scope has covered many provinces along the Mekong River and domestically connected to Phsar Krom terminals in Kampong Chhnang province, Chong Kneas terminals in Siem Reap province, Tonle Bet terminals in Thbong Khmoum province, Steung Treng Terminals in Steung Treng province, and Kratie terminals in Kratie province.
Besides, with the support from all stakeholders, PPAP proposes a long-term plan from 2019 to 2028, which is to increase the cargo handling capacity, to develop the specialized bulk terminal, to upgrade the tourist and passenger terminal, to develop a logistics center, and to improve the navigation channel.
To maintain its leadership as the main player in the Mekong shipping business and to serve as an essential link to maritime shipping by effectively and efficiently connecting the country’s international trade with overseas partners.
To manage, develop, and operate port facilities and provide core and related services for the sustainable economic growth and social prosperity of Cambodia.