DLA Piper advises AOTS on development of independent oil terminal facility in Malaysia
Asia Oil Terminal Services (AOTS), advised by DLA Piper, has signed construction contracts with supporting guarantees for the development of its project to construct south-east Asia’s largest independent oil terminal facility. The facility will be constructed on the East Coast of Peninsula Malaysia by China Railway Construction Bridge Engineering Group (CRCBEG).
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