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Old August 19th, 2009, 01:12 PM   #1
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Malacca (Malaysia) - Dumai (Indonesia) Bridge‎

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Straits of Malacca Partners Sdn Bhd (SOMP) has proposed to build a US$12.5 billion (RM44.3 billion) bridge connecting Malaysia and Indonesia, a project that was mooted 14 years ago.

The bridge, which will be almost four times the length of the Penang Bridge, will cross the Straits of Malacca at the narrowest point between Malacca and Dumai, Sumatra in Indonesia.

SOMP chairman Tan Sri Ibrahim Zain (picture) said the company has submitted the proposal, both to the Malaysian and Indonesian governments for approval.

"We hope to secure the approval from the two governments by the end of this year or early 2010.

"We need to start the project as soon as possible so that we would not pay higher construction materials cost," he told reporters after a special seminar on the 48.69km-long bridge in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Ibrahim said 15 per cent of the funding for the project will come internally while the rest from bank borrowings.

China's Exim Bank plans to support the bridge project.

"Under the bank's policy, we can provide funding up to 85 per cent for such infrastructure projects," Exim Bank of China general manager Tang Yinlian said.

A Chinese firm, Hunan Provincial Communications Planning, Survey and Design Institute (HNCDI), is also involved in the project.

"Exim Bank of China sees the proposed Straits of Malacca bridge as one the biggest in the world and is a far-reaching programme for Malaysia and Indonesia as well as other countries in Southeast Asia," she said.

SOMP has also proposed a joint committee at the government level for both countries to oversee security issues such as immigration and customs.

Managing director Datuk Lim Sue Beng said apart from the bridge, HNCDI also proposed the construction of an underground tunnel that crosses the Straits of Malacca.

Ibrahim and Lim are the major shareholders of SOMP.

Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam, who attended the seminar, said the proposed bridge will be the longest man-made link between two countries.

"We know that besides government approvals, there are other issues such as land acquisition to be dealt with but that should not be a problem.

"The bridge is a viable and profitable project, and expected to boost the economies of both countries," he said.

He said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Razak is supportive of the project, first mooted by former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in 1995.

It was shelved due to the Asian financial crisis in 1997.

The bridge project was brought up during the Ninth Malay World Islamic Convention in Malacca in January this year.
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Malacca - Dumai Bridge Project

Introduction

As Southeast Asia embarks on a period of unprecedented economic growth, social progress and cultural development, key infrastructure projects will play an important role in the success of the region. From superhighways and bridges to express rail links and development regions the most dynamic projects will connect people, countries and regions.

Designed to be the world’s longest link at 127.93 km the privately funded Strait of Malacca Crossing (SOMX) will connect peninsular Malaysia and the Indonesian island of Sumatra across the world’s busiest strait. An ambitious project that will fuel the growth of Southeast Asia and have a lasting global impact, the crossing will provide increased political security and ignite social change across the region

Malaysia

As Malaysia steadily moves towards its goal of achieving developed nation status by the year 2020 it has already come a long way. Capitalising on the hopes and dreams of it’s population, Malaysia has been able to transform its economy from an agriculture and mining base to a competitive high-tech economy, where services and manufacturing now account for 80% of its GDP. Malaysia’s rich natural resources have made it a major exporter of oil, gas, rubber and palm oil; while its position as a leader in Islamic banking has allowed it to become an attractive destination for both trade and investment. Peace and stability are cornerstones of this diverse Southeast Asian nation that is quickly becoming a regional powerhouse.


Indonesia


With over 234 million consumers, Indonesia represents Southeast Asia’s largest potential market. Now fully recovered from the 1998 Asian Financial crisis, Indonesia’s GDP has surpassed $1.1 trillion US dollars with Foreign Direct Investment increasing at 17% in early 2007. Indonesia has recently embarked on a major infrastructure improvement program that will fuel social progress and allow it to capture its tremendous amount of natural resources. As Southeast Asia’s most populous country Indonesia is a rising industrial giant.

The Benefits


POLITICAL:

The creation of a crossing between the Malaysian peninsula and the Indonesian archipelago will dramatically change the political atmosphere between bordering nations, with Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand undoubtedly seeing an increase in cooperation and civility in matters of governance and security. The cost of combating piracy and maintaining safety along the Strait of Malacca has always been taxing on bordering nations. The Strait of Malacca Crossing will encourage cooperation against piracy and will allow for better monitoring of traffic through the strait. Increased investment at crossing points and along the coastline will lead to greater domestic political stability for bordering nations. As a link between ASEAN nations, the Strait of Malacca Crossing will help kindle an ASEAN spirit that will further unify the region and gear it towards development and progress

SOCIAL:

In a region that is tied together by thousands of years of history the Strait of Malacca Crossing will bring about a fusion of cultures. Malaysians and Indonesians will come together to exchange information, technology, arts and culture, bringing social progress to both nations. The link between nations will result in a blossoming of industry across the strait where labour specialization will allow for growth on both sides, while reducing the strains of migration. New communities will flourish as workers flock to rapidly expanding neighboring cities that are experiencing an increase in commerce and industry. As the crossing is completed and greater responsibility is taken on by bordering nations, environmental issues surrounding the strait will be addressed. The Strait of Malacca Crossing will realise the dreams of generations and connect two of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic nations.


ECONOMIC:

The economic importance of the Strait of Malacca as one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes has long been recognized. However, a link between Malaysia and Indonesia across the strait unlocks even greater potential. The Indonesian island of Sumatra rich in natural resources will be connected to the Asian continent; opening up to new markets and gaining direct access to the giant Chinese economy. Peninsular Malaysia with its increasingly service based industry will benefit from an increase in tourism, cross border trade, transport development, and educational investment. As development takes place on both sides of the crossing, dangerous migration across the straits will disappear and both sides will benefit. Singapore, Thailand, China and the region as a whole will benefit from an increase in trade and commerce as the fertile Indonesian archipelago is connected to the Asian continent.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS:

The Strait of Malacca Crossing is a regional project with global impact. As a privately funded initiative (PFI) the project will fuel the growth of developing nations without placing an unnecessary burden on governments. The crossing will create an international hub of trade and commerce, connecting peoples and economies while accelerating growth throughout the region. Bridging one of the world’s busiest straits, the crossing will provide increased security and stability in an area critical to global commerce.


Geological Evaluation


The crossing will be located in the narrowest channel of the Strait of Malacca from the northeast coast adjacent to Malacca in Malaysia to the southwest coast of Pulau Rupat in Sumatra, Indonesia. The terrain near the coast of Malacca is mostly plain with flat topography, beaches and developed ground water systems. On the Indonesian side Barisan mountains lie in the west, while low terrains and wetlands are located to the north near Dumai.

The project site is located entirely on the Eurasian plate and there are no known faults nearby. The buried base of rocks underneath the proposed site lie deeply underground on the Sumatra side but have good physical and mechanical properties and will provide sufficient support for a structural foundation. Though there is an unfavorable seismic zone about 100 km away from the project site there has been no record of a strong earthquake, intense plate motion, or fracture in the last ten thousand years. With new technology and sufficient care an earthquake resistant structure will stand for generations.



Design

Brigde Concept





The design objectives for the bridge include for the crossing to be perfectly functional, economical in construction and graceful in appearance. Since this is a sea bridge project over the strait, people will be able to enjoy both the magnificent bridge from different angles and the beautiful scenery of the sea, island and coastline. The deepwater navigable span of the all bridge concept is located 12 km off Pulau Rupat in Indonesia where the depth of the water is 50~60m, and giant oil tankers with a capacity of more than 300,000 tons can transit the channel. The downstream and upstream waterways are the busiest navigation areas in the Strait of Malacca, with a width of 4.3 km and a distance of about 1.6 km. To satisfy the requirements for navigation and landscape, a suspension bridge and cable-stayed bridge are the most appropriate candidates for the general navigation of the channel.

Tunnel Concept





Bridges crossing upstream and downstream waterways will be constructed off the coast of Malaysia, and an artificial island will be constructed between the deepwater navigation channel and general shipping lanes. From the artificial island an immersed tube will pass below the area of Pulau Rupat in Indonesia. The tunnel concept will allow for a deepwater channel depth of 55m with no height limitation on vessels passing through the deepwater channel.



Strait of Malacca Partners Sdn. Bhd.,
Plaza 138, Unit 16-06,
16th Floor,
No. 138, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia

Phone: 603-21627270
Fax: 603-21627148

Email: somx@teamacc.com
http://thestraitofmalaccacrossing.com


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US$12.5b link proposed
By Kamarul Yunus Published: 2009/08/19
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...cle/index_html



Straits of Malacca Partners Sdn Bhd (SOMP) has proposed to build a US$12.5 billion (RM44.3 billion) bridge connecting Malaysia and Indonesia, a project that was mooted 14 years ago.

The bridge, which will be almost four times the length of the Penang Bridge, will cross the Straits of Malacca at the narrowest point between Malacca and Dumai, Sumatra in Indonesia.

SOMP chairman Tan Sri Ibrahim Zain (picture) said the company has submitted the proposal, both to the Malaysian and Indonesian governments for approval.

"We hope to secure the approval from the two governments by the end of this year or early 2010.

"We need to start the project as soon as possible so that we would not pay higher construction materials cost," he told reporters after a special seminar on the 48.69km-long bridge in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.

Ibrahim said 15 per cent of the funding for the project will come internally while the rest from bank borrowings.

China's Exim Bank plans to support the bridge project.

"Under the bank's policy, we can provide funding up to 85 per cent for such infrastructure projects," Exim Bank of China general manager Tang Yinlian said.

A Chinese firm, Hunan Provincial Communications Planning, Survey and Design Institute (HNCDI), is also involved in the project.

"Exim Bank of China sees the proposed Straits of Malacca bridge as one the biggest in the world and is a far-reaching programme for Malaysia and Indonesia as well as other countries in Southeast Asia," she said.

SOMP has also proposed a joint committee at the government level for both countries to oversee security issues such as immigration and customs.

Managing director Datuk Lim Sue Beng said apart from the bridge, HNCDI also proposed the construction of an underground tunnel that crosses the Straits of Malacca.

Ibrahim and Lim are the major shareholders of SOMP.

Malacca Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam, who attended the seminar, said the proposed bridge will be the longest man-made link between two countries.

"We know that besides government approvals, there are other issues such as land acquisition to be dealt with but that should not be a problem.

"The bridge is a viable and profitable project, and expected to boost the economies of both countries," he said.

He said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Razak is supportive of the project, first mooted by former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad in 1995.

It was shelved due to the Asian financial crisis in 1997.

The bridge project was brought up during the Ninth Malay World Islamic Convention in Malacca in January this year.
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Malacca - Dumai Bridge Project

Introduction

As Southeast Asia embarks on a period of unprecedented economic growth, social progress and cultural development, key infrastructure projects will play an important role in the success of the region. From superhighways and bridges to express rail links and development regions the most dynamic projects will connect people, countries and regions.

Designed to be the world’s longest link at 127.93 km the privately funded Strait of Malacca Crossing (SOMX) will connect peninsular Malaysia and the Indonesian island of Sumatra across the world’s busiest strait. An ambitious project that will fuel the growth of Southeast Asia and have a lasting global impact, the crossing will provide increased political security and ignite social change across the region

Malaysia

As Malaysia steadily moves towards its goal of achieving developed nation status by the year 2020 it has already come a long way. Capitalising on the hopes and dreams of it’s population, Malaysia has been able to transform its economy from an agriculture and mining base to a competitive high-tech economy, where services and manufacturing now account for 80% of its GDP. Malaysia’s rich natural resources have made it a major exporter of oil, gas, rubber and palm oil; while its position as a leader in Islamic banking has allowed it to become an attractive destination for both trade and investment. Peace and stability are cornerstones of this diverse Southeast Asian nation that is quickly becoming a regional powerhouse.


Indonesia


With over 234 million consumers, Indonesia represents Southeast Asia’s largest potential market. Now fully recovered from the 1998 Asian Financial crisis, Indonesia’s GDP has surpassed $1.1 trillion US dollars with Foreign Direct Investment increasing at 17% in early 2007. Indonesia has recently embarked on a major infrastructure improvement program that will fuel social progress and allow it to capture its tremendous amount of natural resources. As Southeast Asia’s most populous country Indonesia is a rising industrial giant.

The Benefits


POLITICAL:

The creation of a crossing between the Malaysian peninsula and the Indonesian archipelago will dramatically change the political atmosphere between bordering nations, with Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand undoubtedly seeing an increase in cooperation and civility in matters of governance and security. The cost of combating piracy and maintaining safety along the Strait of Malacca has always been taxing on bordering nations. The Strait of Malacca Crossing will encourage cooperation against piracy and will allow for better monitoring of traffic through the strait. Increased investment at crossing points and along the coastline will lead to greater domestic political stability for bordering nations. As a link between ASEAN nations, the Strait of Malacca Crossing will help kindle an ASEAN spirit that will further unify the region and gear it towards development and progress

SOCIAL:

In a region that is tied together by thousands of years of history the Strait of Malacca Crossing will bring about a fusion of cultures. Malaysians and Indonesians will come together to exchange information, technology, arts and culture, bringing social progress to both nations. The link between nations will result in a blossoming of industry across the strait where labour specialization will allow for growth on both sides, while reducing the strains of migration. New communities will flourish as workers flock to rapidly expanding neighboring cities that are experiencing an increase in commerce and industry. As the crossing is completed and greater responsibility is taken on by bordering nations, environmental issues surrounding the strait will be addressed. The Strait of Malacca Crossing will realise the dreams of generations and connect two of Southeast Asia’s most dynamic nations.


ECONOMIC:

The economic importance of the Strait of Malacca as one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes has long been recognized. However, a link between Malaysia and Indonesia across the strait unlocks even greater potential. The Indonesian island of Sumatra rich in natural resources will be connected to the Asian continent; opening up to new markets and gaining direct access to the giant Chinese economy. Peninsular Malaysia with its increasingly service based industry will benefit from an increase in tourism, cross border trade, transport development, and educational investment. As development takes place on both sides of the crossing, dangerous migration across the straits will disappear and both sides will benefit. Singapore, Thailand, China and the region as a whole will benefit from an increase in trade and commerce as the fertile Indonesian archipelago is connected to the Asian continent.

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS:

The Strait of Malacca Crossing is a regional project with global impact. As a privately funded initiative (PFI) the project will fuel the growth of developing nations without placing an unnecessary burden on governments. The crossing will create an international hub of trade and commerce, connecting peoples and economies while accelerating growth throughout the region. Bridging one of the world’s busiest straits, the crossing will provide increased security and stability in an area critical to global commerce.


Geological Evaluation


The crossing will be located in the narrowest channel of the Strait of Malacca from the northeast coast adjacent to Malacca in Malaysia to the southwest coast of Pulau Rupat in Sumatra, Indonesia. The terrain near the coast of Malacca is mostly plain with flat topography, beaches and developed ground water systems. On the Indonesian side Barisan mountains lie in the west, while low terrains and wetlands are located to the north near Dumai.

The project site is located entirely on the Eurasian plate and there are no known faults nearby. The buried base of rocks underneath the proposed site lie deeply underground on the Sumatra side but have good physical and mechanical properties and will provide sufficient support for a structural foundation. Though there is an unfavorable seismic zone about 100 km away from the project site there has been no record of a strong earthquake, intense plate motion, or fracture in the last ten thousand years. With new technology and sufficient care an earthquake resistant structure will stand for generations.



Design

Brigde Concept





The design objectives for the bridge include for the crossing to be perfectly functional, economical in construction and graceful in appearance. Since this is a sea bridge project over the strait, people will be able to enjoy both the magnificent bridge from different angles and the beautiful scenery of the sea, island and coastline. The deepwater navigable span of the all bridge concept is located 12 km off Pulau Rupat in Indonesia where the depth of the water is 50~60m, and giant oil tankers with a capacity of more than 300,000 tons can transit the channel. The downstream and upstream waterways are the busiest navigation areas in the Strait of Malacca, with a width of 4.3 km and a distance of about 1.6 km. To satisfy the requirements for navigation and landscape, a suspension bridge and cable-stayed bridge are the most appropriate candidates for the general navigation of the channel.

Tunnel Concept





Bridges crossing upstream and downstream waterways will be constructed off the coast of Malaysia, and an artificial island will be constructed between the deepwater navigation channel and general shipping lanes. From the artificial island an immersed tube will pass below the area of Pulau Rupat in Indonesia. The tunnel concept will allow for a deepwater channel depth of 55m with no height limitation on vessels passing through the deepwater channel.



Strait of Malacca Partners Sdn. Bhd.,
Plaza 138, Unit 16-06,
16th Floor,
No. 138, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia

Phone: 603-21627270
Fax: 603-21627148

Email: somx@teamacc.com
http://thestraitofmalaccacrossing.com


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Wacana yg bagus sich...meski entah kapan diseriusin....
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hai jiran tetangga..feel free to visit the Malaysian's forum discussing this project

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...=340473&page=5
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Apa lgi nih ? ?
untuk Indonesia belum dirasa perlu ! ! ! beresin aja dulu tol trans Jawa, Sumatra & Sulawesi ..
benahi Bandara2 dan pelabuhan2 di tiap kota ! ! pake dong skala prioritas !

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sebetulnya harus dipikir positif n negatif bagi keuntungan negara kita terlebih dahulu...
memperbaiki prasarana jalan yg sudah ada juga merupakan prioritas yg sangat penting...
begitu juga utk utk membangun super bridge baru antar negara ,,,,
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Lebih baik pemerintah fokus ke JSS aja.. Toh jembatan ini kan dana-nya juga klo jadi ditanggung Malaysia

Di dalam negeri Malaysia pun pada ga setuju kok sm jembatan ini, jadi ga usah dipusingin dulu, hahaha
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hah...?? in Malaysia many people disagree about that project...??
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hah...?? in Malaysia many people disagree about that project...??
Sangat tidak setuju (setidaknya kata SSC Malaysia forumers), mereka bilang jembatan ini ga berguna, soalnya Sumatra itu purchase powernya jauh di bawah Malaysia, beda dengan causeway JB-Singapore yg menguntungkan bagi Malaysia. Plus Dumai itu kota kecil, jauh juga dr kota2 utama Sumatra...

Pertimbangan lain, mereka juga takut kalau jembatan ini malah memudahkan arus illegal workers ke Malaysia, bahkan ada yg bilang akan memudahkan masuknya teroris dr Indonesia ke Malaysia.

Lengkapnya bisa dibaca di thread Malaysia berikut:

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Yg akan ngebangun dan banyak ide itu dari malaysia biarin sajalah kita gak perlu mikirin ....tahu tahu jembatan dah jadi, gak perlu keluar biaya tapi bisa memakainya....(ngawur mode:ON)
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Ehem, gak kebalik tuh
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Erm... great.. hopefully the bridge construction will start somewhere near the future... how about KCH-JHR?? Hahaha....
Erm, i want to ask something about something. What happen in indonesia actually? its kind a racist issue....
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Toll charged USD75-USD85????!!! WTF!!! Thats MYR285-MYR323!!! Better use Air Asia!!!
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Erm... great.. hopefully the bridge construction will start somewhere near the future... how about KCH-JHR?? Hahaha....
Erm, i want to ask something about something. What happen in indonesia actually? its kind a racist issue....

Don't too think about what happened in Indonesia Bro. There are still many people who very easy being emotional just because what media told.

Sorry for what happened.
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