SBCT Phase I container yard storage capacity is 1,824 TEUs ground slots with traffic volume of 197,000 TEUs annually.
With the planned construction of SBCT Phase II in the coming years, SBCT would be able to handle containers volume up to 470,000 TEUs annually.
SBCT is operated by Sabah Ports Sdn Bhd. Once the RM400 million (estimated) Sepanggar Port is fully operational, the old Kota Kinabalu Port will ceased its operation and the Jesselton Waterfront project construction will starts.
Port Main Building
Receiving and Delivery Gate House
Directly opposite the Sepanggar Port is the Royal Malaysian Naval Base. The new Kota Kinabalu Industrial Park (KKIP), Sepanggar Bay Oil Terminal as well as Nexus Resort Karambunai which nestles upon the sandy fringes of the spectacular Karambunai peninsula is located nearby of Sepanggar Port.