Teluk Bayur to be renovated at cost of Rp 1.7t
Syofiardi Bachyul Jb
The Jakarta Post
Old port: Teluk Bayur Port in Padang, West Sumatra, still uses conventional berths for loading and unloading various goods, ranging from containers and bulk materials like salt and rice. JP/Syofiardi Bachyul JbTeluk Bayur Port in Padang, West Sumatra, will be renovated at a cost of Rp 1.7 trillion (US$185.8 million) in a bid to provide better services for both export and import activities.
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