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Trucking companies unite

Trucking companies unite

The Cambodian Trucking Association (CAMTA), a newly-formed body which claims to represent

70 percent of the transportation market, met for its first official session to elect

a board and chairman.

Chhim Sokan was elected chairman and the board consisted of Ty Meng, first deputy

chairman, Seng Hoeung, second deputy chairman and Khen Sophea, Ly Kong, Song Molyna

and Ung Song.

CAMTA is made up of 16 trucking companies whose 604 trucks have a total haulage capacity

of 18,030 tons a day. The association was officially recognized by the Ministry of

Interior on February 26.

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