Introduction of Lat Krabang Port (THLKB)
Lat krabang is a new container transit site in Thailand, about 30 km east of Bangkok.
The largest facility in Thailand is the container yard in the mainland of LAT krabang. Its construction plan is considered in combination with the plan of the deep port of linchaban. As a support service for the rapid development of industrial expansion in the great Bangkok area, this freight yard is located near the lat krabang industrial zone, The port was built by the State Railway Bureau of Thailand and completed in 1995. The export goods delivered by lat krabang port were first consolidated and packed at the land transport port and transported by Road Railway (the import goods to Thailand are the opposite), The container throughput is now over one million standard containers per year.Lat krabang cargo yard also provides international transport and is connected to neighboring countries, including Laos and Malaysia.
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Summary of THLKB
Lat Krabang Port (Port Code: ITFCO) is the most extensive container depot in Thailand. It was completed in 1995 and started its operations in 1996 with a design capacity of 400,000 TEU per year. It also acts as a customs clearance facility as government agencies (customs, inspection, quarantine) are on site.
The publicly owned facility is designed around the concession governance model. Six modules (A to F) are leased over 10 years to tenants, mostly maritime shipping companies (Evergreen, Hanjin, NYK are tenants). 75% of the containers arrive at the facility by road and 25% by rail. A logistics zone was built in co-location to perform consolidation and deconsolidation of container loads. Chassis storage facilities are also present in the vicinity.
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