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Safety, Health, and Environmental Improvement Programs in a Rapidly Growing Port: Laem Chabang

Considered to be Thailand's most important deep sea port with a dominant share of 70 percent of the country's sea transport volume, Laem Chabang Port (LCP) brims with potential to be a truly world-class port. Under the supervision of the Port Authority of Thailand (PAT), the port's development has been fast-tracked to serve the fast-growing industries in Chonburi Province as part of the Eastern Seaboard Development Project. Since its inaugural operations in January 1991, the port has been providing services to meet its government mandate of sustaining economic growth by facilitating maritime transport and international trade. The preparation of this case study was supported by the Yeosu Project and Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea, and the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).

2700: Implementation of Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia

14 Mar 2014

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