News Link to New Sarawak Tribune TOKYO: Sarawak is looking into collaborating with the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Tourism (MLIT) to bolster the state’s port operations to make them more efficient and competitive. Deputy Premier Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas said Japan’s extensive experience and success in port management offer invaluable lessons for Sarawak. In addition, he said, Japan’s commitment to progressive improvements, sustainable consumption, and production aligns well with Sarawak’s shared interest in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). “We are exploring various avenues of enhancing the ports focusing on reducing transportation costs, implementing new technologies to address manpower challenges, and improving overall port management efficiency. “We are excited about the potential collaboration with MLIT to bolster Sarawak’s port operations, making them more efficient and competitive in the near future,” he said in a statement today. Uggah, who is also the Minister of Infrastructure and Ports Development (MIPD),
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