Free Zone land comprises of 5 phases
with a total acreage of 1,583
Phase 1 and Phase 2 which account for approximately 635 acres are developed with basic infrastructure such as electricity supply, water supply, telecommunications facilities, roads and drainage.
PTP was accorded with Free Zone status in 1998 and the Free Zone Authority in 1999 to administer, manage and operate its Free Zone area. The Free Zone laws are governed by Free Zone Act 1990 that is enforced by Ministry of Finance, Malaysia. The Free Zone in PTP promulgates the local container trade volumes of the port and forms part of the hinterland cargo catchment area.
Free Zone land comprises of 5 phases with a total acreage of 1,583. Phase 1 and Phase 2 which account for approximately 635 acres are developed with basic infrastructure such as electricity supply, water supply, telecommunications facilities, roads and drainage. To date, more than 80% of the developed land in phase 1 and 2 has been subleased to various local and global companies. Phase 3, 4 and 5 which constitute 948 acres, can be potentially developed to expand the current Free Zone development.
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The Free Zone area is suitable for the development of the following activities which are synergized with PTP’s container driven port business: These activities shall be clean and environment friendly.
Warehousing and logistics which comprise of regional procurement, consolidation, distribution and trading centers
Export driven light to medium scaled manufacturing industries such as food processing, packaging and other value added activities
Tenants Tenants with above profiles include the following:
- DB Schenker
- Johor Port Logistics
- Naigai Nitto
- Pan Asia Logistics
- Nippon Express
- CJ Century
- Kontena Nasional
- Tiong Nam
- Jibri Logistics
- PAR International
- Nadi Fitri
- Axis REIT
- Rancak Beta
- Integrated Supply Chain (ISC)
- Trinity Bliss (Mapletree)
- THAB (Boustead)
- CIBA Vision (Alcon)
- Olam International
- JB Cocoa
- SMC Food21
- GCB Specialty Chocolates
- Japan Solderless Terminal (JST)
- Material Service Complex Malaysia
(part of JX Nippon Mining & Metals Corp Group)
- Indochine Bio Plastiques (ICBP)
- JB distripark
In addition, other tenants also provide port supporting services
Services: Marine Survey
Tenant: Prominent Marine Consultant
Services: Marine navigation equipment supply, repair and maintenance
Tenant: Navteam Asia
Services: On dock container depot for container refurbishment
Tenant: Pelepas Terminal Inland Services
Services: Container cleaning services
Tenant: Brighton Maintenance and Cleaning
|All businesses that qualify for inclusion in the Pelepas Free Zone will benefit from the following tax incentives;
|All customs duties and excise duties associated with import
and export of products
|100% exemption. (Subject to approval from relevant authorities)
|Ownership of company
||100% foreign ownership.
|Foreign currency management
Repatriation of funds with no currency restrictions.
|Sales to the local market
||Up to 20% of the total sales for export processing industries and service companies. (Subject to Customs duties)
|Attractive tax incentives offered by Malaysia's Government.
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|Case-to-case basis and specific incentives tailored to the investors through Malaysian Industrial Development Agency (MIDA). Find out what is the cost of doing business in Malaysia, incentives offered, investor's guide, investment opportunities and more in this website.
Benefits and advantages of being in Free Zone
- Connected directly to the port terminal to provide efficient and cost effective container movement between the free zone and the port
- Abundant supply of water and electricity
- No Customs formalities. All import and export declarations are carried out using internal Free Zone Information Processing Systems (FZIPS).
- International standard security compliance for safe and secure business environment
- Competitive land and manpower cost for economics of scales
- Home to environmentally friendly business activities
- Good connectivity by sea, road, air and rail to the rest of the world
- Integrated logistics hub within Iskandar Economic Zone
The above list is not exhaustive and the prospective investors could potentially relish more benefits which are spun from the above.