On 17 January 2020, Suria and its joint venture partner for One Jesselton Waterfront project (1JW), Gabungan AQRS Berhad, executed a Supplemental Agreement to revise the entitlement upward from the previous 18% to 20% of the minimum Net Saleable Value of RM1.1 billion in view of the increase in land value since the JVA was signed in 2015. This would translate to a minimum guaranteed amount of RM220 million, an increase of RM22 million from the previous RM198 million.
SBCP was recognized for the numerous green initiatives taken such as the installation of electrical Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes, usage of LED lighting and implementation of the
Autostore Terminal Operating System which minimizes paper consumption. The APSN council further noted SBCP’s active engagement in ecological conservation through projects such as seagrass transplanting, mangrove restoration and rehabilitation projects across the port locality.