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Old October 16th, 2015, 04:54 PM   #441
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Old October 16th, 2015, 05:00 PM   #442
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Surabaya became the HSR Factory Location
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Jakarta, Indonesia CNN - Company consortium of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), PT Pilar Sinergi BUMN Indonesia (PSBI), is preparing the construction of an assembly plant (rolling stock) highspeed railway (HSR), which is likely to do in Surabaya , This was done as a follow-up development projects HSR route Jakarta-Bandung.

"This Sunday (18/10), we will go to Surabaya to see there might be a suitable location for the assembly plant," said the Special Staff of the Minister of State Enterprises Sahala Lumban Gaol after attending the signing of a joint venture between PT Pilar Sinergi BUMN Indonesia (PSBI) and China Railway International Co. Ltd. (CRC) at the Hotel Pullman Jakarta on Friday (16/10)....

In addition to the assembly of HSR rolling stock, the plant will also be prepared for the construction of light rail cars (Light Rail Transit / LRT) and Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)....

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if we want to dig through real history other than googling these unverified stories, we have mitsubishi slave labor and more, but why should we? shouldn't we stay on topic?!
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Jakarta, Indonesia CNN - Company consortium of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), PT Pilar Sinergi BUMN Indonesia (PSBI), is preparing the construction of an assembly plant (rolling stock) highspeed railway (HSR), which is likely to do in Surabaya , This was done as a follow-up development projects HSR route Jakarta-Bandung.

"This Sunday (18/10), we will go to Surabaya to see there might be a suitable location for the assembly plant," said the Special Staff of the Minister of State Enterprises Sahala Lumban Gaol after attending the signing of a joint venture between PT Pilar Sinergi BUMN Indonesia (PSBI) and China Railway International Co. Ltd. (CRC) at the Hotel Pullman Jakarta on Friday (16/10)....

In addition to the assembly of HSR rolling stock, the plant will also be prepared for the construction of light rail cars (Light Rail Transit / LRT) and Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)....

*) read more : http://www.cnnindonesia.com/ekonomi/...-kereta-cepat/
wondering what trainsets will be used and how much tech transfer will be involved
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Old October 19th, 2015, 11:00 AM   #445
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It would be useful if there would be an integration with the MRT (e.g. at Kota station, or even better at Sudirman/Dukuh Atas with a direct transfer to the new airport railway), or perhaps with the LRT lines (at Cawang?). In the current situation I think it would be good if both in Jakarta and Bandung there would be city stations (e.g. Sudirman and Stasiun Hall), and on the outskirts integrated park-and-ride facilities near toll roads (e.g. Bekasi and Padalarang). Between Bekasi and Padalarang the train could go fast and without stops (or is there a stop planned in Purwakarta), while into both cities the train would be slower, but at least provide connections to the urban transport systems.
Just quoting myself, because I see in gazart's image there is an answer now.

It seems that the choice for four stations is more or less in line with my thoughts above, with two 'city stations' and two 'suburban P+R stations'. Halim as the city station in Jakarta, with connection to the airport-to-airport train as well as the LRT lines. Karawang as the suburban station with park-and-ride facility, near the toll road, just a bit more to the east than Bekasi. Walini (I assume by this they mean the new development in Cikalong Wetan, Bandung Barat) is also along the toll road, a bit north of Padalarang. The most confusing to me is Gedebage as this is almost 20 kilometres east of Bandung's city centre. To take the HSR to Bandung would thus mean either getting off at Walini and travelling 40 km further, or getting off at Gedebage and backtracking 20 km.

I do understand that Bandung's government wants to develop the Gedebage area, but a station a bit closer to the city centre would perhaps make sense? As I assume the HSR will between Walini and Gedebage follow the route of the toll road, a station around Pasir Koja or Kopo seems sensible to me. I would also like to hear others' opinions .
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Old October 19th, 2015, 05:49 PM   #446
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I already created this INDONESIA | High Speed Rail thread.

Kindly post there for further discussion about the topic.
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Old October 23rd, 2015, 04:38 PM   #447
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November, President Inaugurates Railway 16 Km in South Sulawesi
Selasa, 20 Oktober 2015 16:57 WITA



POJOKSULSEL.com, MAKASSAR – President of the Republic of Indonesia Joko Widodo (Jokowi) is scheduled to inaugurate the construction start of the project construction of railway lines Trans Sulawesi, Makassar-Pare Pare lines in mid-November. The inauguration was as a marker of the start of the first railway project in South Sulawesi (Sulawesi).

South Sulawesi Deputy Governor Agus Arifin Nu'mang said it is finalizing the preparation of the initial pembantalan the railway line. Including the installation of rails along tens of kilometers (km), which previously hindered the process of making the track by the President Jokowi.

Agus Arifin Nu'mang admitted, this time, his focus for the installation of railway tracks along the 16 kilometers in Barru. He said he was optimistic the railway construction to be completed before the scheduled arrival of the president, ie in mid-November.

"We've genjot the process to date. And it has been running smoothly. Inshallah be completed before Mr. President comes, "said Agus Arifin Nu'mang in South Sulawesi Governor's Office, Tuesday (10/20/2015).

Meanwhile, in order to accelerate the process of land acquisition, Agus Arifin Nu'mang has formed a team of acceleration of the Trans Sulawesi railway projects spread over several districts / cities...

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2,400 rail from China arrive in Makassar. this certainty.


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Old October 23rd, 2015, 04:55 PM   #448
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POJOKSULSEL.com, BARRU – The railway line built Makassar-Pare Pare in South Sulawesi was the fastest in Indonesia.

Train in Java and Sumatra, the speed is only 120 km/h. While the train in South Sulawesi can reach 200 km/h.

Railroads to be built in South Sulawesi has been the international standard. Railroad tracks are imported from China and Japan.
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Old October 24th, 2015, 05:19 AM   #449
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Hahahahaha, and you believed that? If there is any shard of truth in that novel other Western media would have had a field with it. I suggest using common sense to think this over again, why would you want to transport, house, feed, supervise, guard, train, thousands of convicts overseas to work on projects, when you have almost unlimited and close to free local labor pool? If the government want to make money with convicts it's so much easier to just have them make Christmas lights in China.

Instead of making nonsense claims like that, I think Indonesia should be grateful someone is investing in their infrastructure.
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Old October 30th, 2015, 02:12 PM   #450
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INKA Offer locomotive made in Madiun Abroad
28/10/2015 | 13:38 WIB



Jakarta - PT Industri Kereta Api (INKA) exploring the sale of locomotives CC 300 production abroad. Train manufacturers based in Madiun in East Java is targeting markets in Myanmar to Bangladesh.

The reason, INKA has yet to obtain the latest order in the country so it should look for markets outside Indonesia.

"Until now there is no longer the order of locomotives CC300. We are exploring and offering the locomotive to countries such as Bangladesh and Myanmar. They've showed kebermintanan terhadal locomotive INKA," said Production Director INKA Hendy Hendratno Adji to detikFinance, Wednesday (28/10 / 2015).

Until now, new INKA sell 5 units of locomotives CC300 to the Ministry of Transport (MoT). Noted, the Ministry of Transportation as the first buyer from Indonesia locomotive engineer's work.

After the last purchase in 2012, INKA practically not produce locomotives back their production because of slack domestic orders.

"In 2011 receives an order from the Ministry of Transportation to produce 3 units of locomotives draft INKA. Then in 2012 makes 2 unit locomotive with some refinement of the previous product," he said.

Meanwhile, PT Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) said he did not know if INKA has had the ability to produce locomotive. For the most recent locomotive procurement of 150 units, KAI purchase of an American locomotive manufacturers, General Electric (GE).
GE managed to be the winner in an open international tender process. Now, locomotive orders KAI has started to arrive.

"All based beauty contest or open auction. We invite vendors around the world. There were from Canada, including GE of the United States. They are the presentation, and then based on the presentation and assessment by a team of the GE was considered the most appropriate to the needs of PT KAI," said VP of Corporate Communication KAI, Agus Komarudin.

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Old November 7th, 2015, 04:17 AM   #451
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Update | South Celebes, Trans Sulawesi Railway

Progress installing rails and bearings.


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Tracklaying starts on Sulawesi railway

INDONESIA : The first track has been laid on the island of Sulawesi to mark the start of railway fit-out on the 145 km standard gauge route being built from provincial capital Makassar to the port of Pare Pare.

The start of tracklaying at Lalabata in Barru regency on November 13 was celebrated with a ceremony attended by South Sulawesi Governor Syahrul Yasin Limpo and Hermanto Dwiatmoko, Director-General for Railways at the Transport Ministry. Initially just 25 m of track is in place, but Dwiatmoko suggested that around 16 km could be completed by the end of this year.

Sulawesi has no railways at present, but it possesses considerable mineral reserves. It is envisaged that the railway would be used by both passengers and freight, providing a ‘modern rail service’ from 2019, according to Dwiatmoko.

The line will serve the regencies of Makassar, Maros, Pangkajene, Barru and Pare Pare, with 25 stations. A 30 km section of the line has been funded by South Sulawesi province, with the rest being paid for by the national government. The overall budget is 970bn rupiah, including 200bn rupiah for land acquisition, which is still ongoing, and allocations for importing track and components from Japan.

Yasin Limpo told guests that the development of local staff and skills would be essential to the commissioning and operation of the railway, adding that 100 young people from the island had already been selected to attend national railway PT KAI’s training academy in Madiun.

The government’s plans envisage that the Makassar – Pare Pare line would be the first of a larger trans-Sulawesi network.

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Old November 21st, 2015, 04:41 AM   #454
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President to keep tabs on development projects` progress
Friday, 20 November 2015 | 10:19 WIB



Penajam, E Kalimantan (ANTARA News) - President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has expressed his intention to keep tabs on the progress in the implementation of a number of strategic projects in the East Kalimantan province four months after the groundbreaking ceremony.

"After the groundbreaking, the projects must be started, and I will observe the project four months following the groundbreaking," the President said after launching a number of strategic projects in the Buluminung village, Penajam Paser Utara district on Thursday.

"I have rechecked the toll road construction in Samarinda, Balikpapan, which has already been stalled for three years, due to the matter of land conflicts," Jokowi said.

"I should set a target if I want to do a project. I did it when I checked the railway construction project. So it is not merely the groundbreaking," the president explained.

According to him, many groundbreaking ceremonies are for development projects in the Penajam Paser Utara district.

"Thus, anyone responsible for the projects, either the governor or regents should be careful, as I will recheck them more than once," Jokowi asserted.

The projects launched are located in North Penajam Paser and include groundbreaking for the Balang Island Long Bridge, groundbreaking for the Borneo railway construction, the groundbreaking for the National Marine Science and Tecnopark, groundbreaking for the Benoa Taka Harbour in North Penajam Paser and groundbreaking for an advanced project on the Balikpapan-Samarinda toll way.

"These groundbreaking projects should begin, I will check the projects progress in the next three to four months," the President said.

The 804 meter-long Balang Island Long Bridge project is funded from the state budget with Rp1.33 trillion and is projected to be completed by 2019.

The Borneo Railway development and the Tecnopark projects have attracted investment from Russian companies amounting to Rp72 trillion.

The 900 kilometer-long Borneo Railway is collaboration with the Russian Railways is targeted to be completed in five years.

Borneo Railway consists of two lines, the first track is for Kutai Barat to the Buluhminum industrial areas in Balikpapan and the second track is from Kutai Kertanegara to KEK Batua Trans South Kalimantan.

While the National Marine Science and Tecnopark project is being carried out in cooperation with Russia, the Republic of Tatarstans project is worth of US$8 million for fast patrol ships, US$10 million Pellets Factory plant, US$30 million Fiber Glass Pipe plant, US$5 million Biomass plant, US$400 million refinery, US$1 billion service center, US$300 million solar panel project, US$4 million Brown coal upgrade, US$17 million coal storage and US$20 million for a building materials plant.


The Benoa Taka Port project is located in North Penajam Paser and will cost about US$2.5 billion.

While the advanced project of the 99.22 kilometers Balikpapan-Samarinda toll way has been running from January 12, 2011, it has an investment value of Rp14.9 trillion.

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Old November 21st, 2015, 05:42 AM   #455
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Me thought Medan is in North Sumatra province ???
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yep. It's supposed to be North Sumatra
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PT INKA Make Train costs Rp 700 Billion Orders of Bangladesh
Friday, November 20, 2015



PT Industri Kereta Api (Persero) in Madiun, East Java, was working 150 passenger trains were ordered government of Bangladesh. Train procurement contract with a value of approximately USD 700 billion that has been obtained by PT INKA after winning a tender that also followed the company CNR Tangshan and CSR Nanjing Puzhen of China and India Rites of India in 2006.

It was revealed by Yunendar Aryo Handoko, Director of commercial and Industrial Railway Technology PT (Persero), on the sidelines of receiving the visit of Bangladesh's Ministry of Railways (Ministry of Bangladesh Railways), PT INKA Madiun, Friday, November 20, 2015.

Yunendar Express, visit the Ministry of Bangladesh Railways in order to see the development of a train-making their messages. "They are also checking the train components we use," said Yunendar.

"Multi-year procurement system in 2015 until 2016," said Public Relations of PT INKA (Persero) Fathor Rosid, Friday, November 20, 2015.

Since January 2015, according to Rosid, PT INKA began producing passenger train wagon orders from Bangladesh. The type produced was meter gauge (MG) of 100 units and 50 boards gauge (BG). According Rosid, both types of trains that have some differences, one of which width or distance rail tracks that will be used. Type MG will be used on the rail with a width of 1,000 millimeters, while BG on the rails with a width of 1,676 millimeters.

In addition, the passenger capacity to train as much as 55-60 MG-type seats, well air-air conditioned (AC) or not. While type BG has a capacity of 90 seats is good for facilities that have air conditioning or not. Senior Manager of PT INKA Cholik Mochamad Zamzam said it has been working on the trains were booked Bangladesh since January 2015. As planned, 15 sets of land transport modes that begin shipping in January next year.

"Eleven train type passenger trains without air-conditioning, two trains eating, one train station, and one non-AC sleeper train," said Cholik.

According Cholik, delivery of 15 trains in early 2015 has begun to be prepared by PT INKA. One of the efforts to bring the Bangladesh Ministry of Railways and Bangladesh Railways. Their visit to see the production of PT INKA has been going twice, first in January and Friday, November 20, 2015.

Besides Bangladesh, some countries have been ordered trains made by PT INKA is Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and Australia. "For Bangladesh, this is his second booking. In 2006, Bangladesh ever ordered 50 trains BG, "said Yunendar. Today PT INKA currently working train 44 orders of PT KAI. "While working on orders of PT KAI, which is now 20 percent progress. Schedule, before Lebaran 2016, will be operational, "said Yunendar without mentioning the value of a contract with PT KAI.

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It shows CCP has been doing it for more then 20 years since the other article is dated 2013.
Do you think they will change habits that had been going on for that long, I don't think so.
Did you visit China through 1991 and 2013? If not ,your words will only make others think you are fully brainwashed by western medias.
And, is there any piece of news about China on Japanese medias positive?
Anyway,Japanese always feel jealous of development of China.
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