Five Indonesians may face death in Malaysia for allegedly smuggling 230 kg of marijuana

first_img“Section 39b carries the death penalty, and thus our mission [in Malaysia] will provide legal assistance for the five Indonesian nationals through our embassy’s lawyers,” Judha said on Friday.The Indonesian Consulate General in Penang had been notified of the arrest on July 27 and had written to the APMM on the same day to seek consular access to the detained Indonesians, he said.Citing information from the APMM, Judha said the five Indonesians were currently undergoing a COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test.”We are hoping that the Indonesian Consulate General in Penang can immediately get consular access [to the detained citizens],” he added. (afr)Topics : Five Indonesian citizens in Malaysia are facing a possible death penalty for their alleged involvement in the smuggling of 230 kilograms of marijuana, the Foreign Ministry has said.The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (APMM) arrested the five onboard two wooden boats carrying the cannabis in waters off Langkawi on July 25, according to the ministry’s director for citizen protection, Judha Nugraha.They were charged for violating Section 39b of Malaysia’s 1952 Dangerous Drugs Act.last_img read more

Cryopeak develops LNG hauling trailer

first_imgCryopeak LNG Solutions Corporation said it has developed the first-ever “Super B-train” liquefied natural gas (LNG) hauling trailer to optimize small-scale transportation in Canada. The trailer is designed to be interoperable across Canada and is in full compliance with Transport Canada rules and regulations for the transportation of LNG, Richmond, British Columbia-based company said in its statement.Development of the trailer is in line with Cryopeak’s business objective of providing natural gas solutions to companies and municipalities which are seeking to transition to an environmentally sustainable and competitive fuel source, it says.The new Super B-train trailer is designed to have 70 percent greater capacity than standard trailers operating in Canada today.“Our customers are seeking lower costs associated with the transportation of LNG in Canada and we are pleased to have four new Super B-train trailers entering service in the Cryopeak fleet at the beginning of 2020. This new transportation solution will improve the competitiveness of LNG as transportation costs represent often the largest cost of LNG supplied to our customers,” Calum McClure, CEO of Cryopeak said.Canadian distributor of LNG Cryopeak currently has a fleet of 16 tankers operating in the country, as well as equipment and technologies for storage, regasification, and fuel dispensing.last_img read more