International Bulk Terminal Thilawa (“IBTT”) is a joint venture between Lluvia (CDSG-Mitsubishi JV), Kamigumi and Japan Overseas Infrastructure Investment Corp (“JOIN”). It is located at Plot 30 and 31 of Thilawa Port in Yangon. IBTT’s objective is to help Myanmar reduce import and export logistics costs through handling free-flowing dry bulk cargo. With its grain silos and a dedicated flat bottom warehouse, capable of storing soybean meal, IBTT provides tremendous value for players in the feed business along with many others in various food industries.
IBTT is able to accommodate 60,000 DWT vessels, which can be up to 200m LOA and 9 meters draft (as per Myanmar Port Authority regulation). Its grain silos can store up to 40,000 metric tons and its flat bottom warehouse can store 20,000 metric tons of soybean meal equivalent. In addition to free-flowing non-hazardous cargo, IBTT is also capable of handling general cargo including special project cargo, which requires specialized services.
(1) Head office: 4-1-11, Hamabe-dori, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo
(2) Estabilished: 1947
(3) Representative: Yoshihiro Fukai, President & Representative Director
(4) Website: https://www.kamigumi.co.jp/english/
JOIN (Japan Overseas Infrastructure Investment Corporation for Transport & Urban Development)
(1) Head office: 2-2-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
(2) Established: 2014
(3) Representative: Takuma Hatano, President and CEO
(4) Website: http://www.join-future.co.jp/english/index.html
IBTT provides a comprehensive list of port services including stevedoring, loading, discharging, storage, bagging, fumigation and total logistics.
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