With the aid of Japanese ODA loan, the construction for general cargo wharf was started on June 2016 and will be completed in December 2018, and ships will be able to dock in early 2019, according to Myanma Port Authority (MPA). The construction will undertake in an area where containers can keep at the back of container and general cargo wharf in Thilawa port. The project is expected to complete the construction work carried out on No.25 and 26 land plots owned by the MPA in December, 2018. The project consists of building and buying a steel jacket type main bridge, dockyard buildings, three smaller bridges, two quay cranes, three reach stackers, six RTGs, six chassis and six chassis trailers.
Source: Eleven Media