Wee: We aim to improve Port Klang operations


Stay safe: Dr Wee handing over a contribution of 2,000 face masks to representatives of GTSM at the Parliament building in Kuala Lumpur.

PETALING JAYA: The Transport Ministry will look into ways on how to better improve operations in Port Klang, says Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong.

The Transport Minister said this after a dialogue session with Selangor Freight Forwarders and Logistics Association (SFFLA) in the new Parliament building on Tuesday.

“Representatives from SFFLA shared with us the issues they are facing.

“We will work closely with the association to further improve the operations in Port Klang,” he said in a Facebook post yesterday.

Also present during the meeting were Deputy Transport Minister Hasbi Habibollah, Port Klang Authority general manager Capt K. Subramaniam, Klang MP Charles Santiago, Land Public Transport Agency director-general Azlan Shah Al Bakri and representatives from the Klang Municipal Council.

In a separate post, Dr Wee also took note of issues affecting the country’s taxi drivers.

During a meeting yesterday, Gabungan Pertubuhan Teksi, Kereta Sewa, Limosin dan Teksi Lapangan Terbang SeMalaysia (GTSM) representative Kamarudin Mohd Hussain raised several issues regarding the direction of the country’s taxi industry.

“I stressed that each industry player will get serious attention from the Transport Ministry, especially as we are trying to help the country to recover post-Covid-19,” said Dr Wee.

Later, Dr Wee also presented a contribution of 2,000 face masks to GTSM.

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