Malaysia’s B5 roll out delayed two months due to prices and infrastructure

June 12, 2014 |

In Malaysia, the roll out of B5 will be delayed in the eastern part of the country by two months until September. Logistics and pricing issues are the main reasons for the implementation delay. Apparently the oil companies don’t yet have their tanks and other infrastructure ready to go, while transportation costs are higher in the region due to poor roads, so suppliers want a premium to supply in the eastern areas.


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