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Indonesia Port Corporations

The Indonesia Port Corporations or PT Pelabuhan Indonesia are state corporations responsible for the governance, regulation, maintenance and operation of the many ports and harbors of Indonesia. Company numbers correspond to regional coverage of ports, they are numbered 1 through 4 from west (Sumatra) to east (Papua). Inaport 1 is responsible for ports in Aceh, North Sumatra, Riau and Riau Islands. Inaport 2 is responsible for ports in West Sumatra, Jambi, South Sumatra, Bengkulu, Lampung, Bangka Belitung, Banten, Jakarta, West Java and West Kalimantan. Inaport 3 is responsible for ports in Central Java, East Java, Bali, South Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, West Nusa Tenggara and East Nusa Tenggara. The rest ports are under Inaport 4.

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New Priok (Kalibaru) Port Completion Reaches 95 Percent

Kalibaru Port Completion Reaches 95 Percent

JAKARTA – The completion of New Priok (Kalibaru) Port’s first-phase construction has reached 95 percent. Therefore, the project will be completed soon and can begin operation.

“Kalibaru Port’s first-phase construction has reached 95 percent,” said PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia (PPI) Spokesman, Ambar Wiyadi. PT PPI is the operator of Kalibaru Port construction.

The operation of Kalibaru Port will improve the business capacity around Tanjung Priok Port thoroughly. Moreover, it will also reduce the current overcapacity of the port.

Kalibaru Port’s first-phase construction has been initiated since 2012. The first phase comprises the construction of three container terminals with 1.5 million-TEU capacity and 2 product terminals with 5 million-cubic capacity. The total length area is 850 meters using Pelindo-owned land.

The construction is conducted by the consortium of Mitsui & Co., Ltd, PSA (Port Singapore Authority) and NYK (Nippon Yusen Kaisha). Seventy-percent of the funding comes from the consortium while the rest 30% is from Pelindo (IPC).

Ambar Wiyadi said Kalibaru Port’s second-phase construction will be conducted in 2018-2025.

The second phase comprises the construction of 4 container terminals with 2 million-TEU capacity.

“With the construction, Kalibaru Port is predicted to accommodate 21 to 22 million containers,” he said.

source: maritime.news.id
 

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In addition, he said Teluk Lamong was the world¡¯s first terminal to implement an automatic docking system.
The system is available thanks to a collaboration between Pelindo III and French logistics company Gaussin Manugistique.
This successful collaboration had encouraged the two firms to establish a joint venture to market the docking system in the Southeast Asian market, he added.
Teluk Lamong has a capacity of 1.6 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) and 10.3 million tons of dry bulk.

The port, which is aimed at easing operations at the country¡¯s second-largest port ,Tanjung Perak in Surabaya, cost the company Rp 3.4 trillion (US$268.6 million) in investment, which was sourced from internal cash and bank loans


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Homecoming Season in Indonesia with Ships

PT Pelayaran Nasional Indonesia (PELNI) will prepare 26 fleets to serve homecoming Lebaran 2018 (1439 Hijriya). The vessels will stop at 91 ports, serving 1,100 sections covering a distance of 98,329 miles with a capacity of 53,763 pax / day, including dispensation .

For convenience of using sea transportation as convenient as land and air transport, the Indonesian government has revitalized passenger terminals at important Seaports throughout Indonesia. The revitalization involves the construction of a passenger terminal that is in the same class as the airport passenger terminal. Equipped with check in area, baggage claim, screening check of passenger luggage, bridge from terminal to ship. Schedule of departure and arrival of the ship is also more organized. Currently being built a port of executive Merak and port executive Bakauheni serving passenger ships that will cross from Java Island to Sumatra Island and vice versa.

Pelni divides three service clusters, the western region consists of Tanjung Priok, Tanjung Pandan, Pontianak, Batam, Tanjung Pinang, Tanjung Balai Karimun, Belawan, Natuna Island, Semarang, Surabaya, Sampit and Kumai. The middle region consists of Makasar, Baubau, Balikpapan, Nunukan, Tarakan, Pare-pare, Bima, Labuan Bajo, Lewoleba and Kupang. And the Eastern region are Ambon, Banda Neira, Namlea, Ternate, Tual, Sorong, Manokwari, Biak, Serui, Nabire and Jayapura.

The composition of western region passengers is 39 percent, middle region is 43 percent and eastern region 19 percent. In addition, to anticipate demand, Pelni conducted rerouting to segments of passengers, including for the western region of Batam-Belawan, Kumai-Semarang, Sampit-Semarang, Kumai-Surabaya, Sampit-Surabaya and Balikpapan-Surabaya.







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US$3B PATIMBAN PORT PROJECT TO BEGIN IN JULY
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Work on a $3bn project to build Patimban Port in Indonesia is anticipated to begin in July with the aim of the port being partially open for operation in March 2019.

Indonesia's Ministry of Transportation said that a government deal to award a $1.2bn construction contract to a consortium of three Japanese companies and two Indonesian companies is in the process of being finalised. Nikkei Asian Review reported that Japan's Penta-Ocean Construction, Toa and Rinkai Nissan Construction, plus state-owned construction firms Wijaya Karya and Pembangunan Perumahan, will handle part of the first phase project.

“God willing, if there is no problem the groundbreaking will be in early July 2018,” said Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi, according to Tempo.

Major transport hub

The Indonesian government envisions Patimban, to be located 150km east of Jakarta, becoming a major Southeast Asian transport hub, along with the port of Tanjung Priok in northern Jakarta.

The Japanese International Cooperation Agency is believed to be supplying a loan to the Indonesian government for the project.

Construction of the port’s car terminal was expected to be completed in March 2019, with the port opening fully in 2027.
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West Kalimantan New Port

State-owned port operator Pelabuhan Indonesia II, or Pelindo II, announced on Wednesday (11/04) the construction of the Pantai Kijing Port in West Kalimantan. The port, which is needed to support the region's largest harbor in Pontianak, is expected to begin operations in the third quarter of 2019.
 

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Singapore Has a Shipping Rival Less Than 30 Kilometers Away
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February 1, 2019

Indonesia wants to re-position its Batam island as an alternative shipping and manufacturing hub to Singapore with a potential to draw $60 billion in new investment.

Batam and nearby islands -- located at less than 30 kilometers south of Singapore -- have attracted about $20 billion dollars of investment since the government began promoting them as industrial area in the 1970s. The region, declared a free-trade zone in 2007, is home to thousands of local and foreign firms producing goods from computers to oil rigs.

Now authorities want to expand benefits to businesses by reclaiming about 8,000 hectares of idle or confiscated land to offer to exporters or producers of import substitutes.

“We aim to develop enclaves of special economic zones in Batam” with dedicated clusters for tourism and logistics among others, Edy Putra Irawady, the acting head of Batam Indonesia Free Trade Zone Authority, said in an interview. “Based on a rough calculation, the potential investments including those in the pipeline are worth around $60 billion.”

The Batam free-trade zone consists of eight islands measuring 71,500 hectares. It’s grown in importance as an investment destination for foreign companies, especially Singaporean firms, given its location in one of the busiest shipping channels, cheap labor and tax breaks. Companies operating in the free-trade area are exempt from value-added and luxury taxes, as well as import duties.

President Joko Widodo’s administration is seeking to boost exports to help curb a widening current-account deficit, a key risk for the economy and one of the reasons why investors sold off the currency amid an emerging-market sell-off last year.

The islands suit companies looking to relocate their factories as the U.S.-China trade war disrupts global supply chains, according to Indonesia’s Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto. Taiwan’s Pegatron Corp. has already announced an investment partnership with local electronics manufacturer PT Sat Nusapersada, while Apple Inc. plans to open a new developer academy in Batam, according to the ministry.

More : https://www.bloomberg.com/news/arti...t-in-its-singapore-backyard?srnd=premium-asia
 

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Indonesia Offers US$91B Maritime Projects in 2020

The government is ready to offer projects in the maritime sector worth US$91.1 billion next year in order to support President Joko Widodo’s administration’s plan to make Indonesia a global maritime axis, officials said today (10/02). The project is ready to be offered openly, both for local and foreign investors.

The maritime sector is still the main agenda of the government, he went on, with 10 development of tourism destinations and 4 priority destinations, as well as 14 industrial areas outside Java to be completed within that timeframe.

He further revealed that the government is still working to increase the added value of mineral resources in the Morowali Industrial Estate, the largest nickel pig iron facility with a total investment of $7.5 billion. Currently, the total production of 4-5 million tons of stainless steel and carbon steel from the estate can be increased to 10 million tons.

On the same occasion, Coordinating Minister for the Economy Darmin Nasution said the government continues to encourage the acceleration of the development of a number of national strategic projects which currently consist of 223 projects and 3 programs with an investment value of Rp4,180 trillion (USD 296 B).

“From 223 strategic projects, the government has also set 37 priority projects with a total investment value of over Rp2,500 trillion and their implementation is monitored regularly by the Committee for the Acceleration of Priority Infrastructure Provision,” he said.

Accumulatively, as of September 2019, there were 81 national strategic projects that had been completed and were operating with an investment of up to Rp390 trillion. In addition, there are 27 projects, 1 electricity program, and 1 economic equality program which are under construction and partially operational.

Meanwhile, 22 projects are under construction and will be operational in 2019, and 80 projects are under construction and will be operational after 2019. A total of 129 projects and 2 programs above have an investment of Rp2,860 trillion.


https://theinsiderstories.com/indonesia-to-offers-projects-us91b-on-maritime-sector-until/






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Indonesia Container Ports Upgrade (Part I)

Indonesia embarks on a large scale development on dozens of port for the last five years to increase inter-island trade, improve connectivity, and foster new areas for economic development. In the past, most Indonesian ports were small and it's impossible for the larger ships to dock. It will eliminate Indonesian provinces' dependence on other international hubs in Jakarta, Surabaya, Singapore, and Malaysia and significantly reduce logistic costs as larger container ships and ocean-going vessels could directly dock in each provincial and medium island ports.

Eastern Indonesia Non-Hub Ports
Depapre Port, Papua

In the west of Jayapura city, close to PNG border. A new port for container and bulk cargo in Papua. It will replace Port of Jayapura as the main port in the area.


Serui Port, Papua
Main port in Yapen Island. It is upgraded to handle cargo container.


Samabusa Port - Nabire, Papua
New development in Nabire.


Wasior Port, West Papua
There was no modern port before. The first port in Wondama Bay.


Kaimana Port, West Papua
Major upgrade in port facilities was finished in 2019.


Tenau Port - Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara
Upgraded in 2015. New development is planned.


Waingapu Port, East Nusa Tenggara
Main port in Sumba Island, upgraded in 2018.


Atapupu Port, East Nusa Tenggara
A new fishing and transit port near the border with Timor Leste. Finished in 2016. It mainly serves Atambua and export activities to Timor Leste.


Waai Tulehu Port - Ambon, Maluku
It will replace the existing Yos Sudarso Port as the main container port on the island. Development will be carried by Dubai Port and Maspion Group.
 

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Indonesia Container Ports Upgrade (Part II)
Sulawesi and Western Half of Nusa Tenggara, Non-Hub Ports

Gili Mas Port, Lombok Island, West Nusa Tenggara
New port for Lombok and Mandalika Special Economic Zone (resort area and MotoGP circuit) along with Lembar Port. It is equipped with amphitheater, seaside walk, hotel, marina and shopping center. Large cruise ship could dock in the port.


Bima Port, Sumbawa Island, West Nusa Tenggara
It is one of the main ports in Sumbawa Island along with Badas and Kempo ports. Sumbawa is one of the main producers of corn and has an important role in Indonesia's corn security in recent years. A larger port in Teluk Santong will be constructed in 2021.


Benoa Port, Bali
Massive upgrade for Benoa Port, the main port for Denpasar and Bal, turning it into a homeport for cruise ship with larger facilities for general cargo, container, and bulk cargo. It is developed in phases and all will be finished by 2023.


Labuan Bajo Port, Flores Island, East Nusa Tenggara
The main port for one of the new Bali in Indonesia, cruise ship will be able to dock by the end of 2020. Larger expansion from current capacity, a multipurpose port also will be finished by the end of this year.


Bungkutoko Port, South East Sulawesi
Massive upgrade in port capacity for Kendari and South East Sulawesi after its opening in 2016.


Pantoloan Port, Central Sulawesi
It will be upgraded into an export port with expansion of the existing docks to the south into the area of the new industrial zone. Currently, export activities are done through Makassar Port. Palu Industrial Zone is developed next to the port.
 
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