Damas Jati - , 29/09/2017, 12:00


The 15 candidates for director general of sea transportation  have taken assement early this week. 

As reported earlier, Ministry of trasportation  released last week as many as 15 candidates that have met the administrative requirements for Director General of Sea Transportation, following the ministry’s policy to auction the top rank executive at the sea transportation directorate to public.

Though still dominated by the internal apparatus of the ministry, but some candidates are from outsider, including from state owned companies and private corporate.

According to the list released by the ministry, as many as 10 candidates are internal apparatus from the ministries, including Ministry of Transportation, Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs, and Ministry of Economy.

Ministry of Transportation itself sent most candidates, reaching seven candidates, including Head of Banten Port Authority (KSOP Banten) Abdul Azis, Navigation Director I Nyoman Sukayadnya ; Cost Guard Director Marwansyah, Secretary of Directorate General of Sea Transportation Dwi Budi Sutrisno, and Port Affairs Director Chandra Irawan.

In addition two more apparatus from the Ministry’s institutions are Head of Shipping Court Sugeng Wibowo and Head of School of Shipping STIP Capt. Sahattua Simatupang.

Two other candidates from the government ministries are including Rusli Rahim and Tulus Hutagalung, the deputies at Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Ministry of Economy.

Academic entity also sends a candidate i.e Sudirman Saad , a lecturer at Law Faculty, University of Hasanuddin, Makassar.

The state owned companies send three candidates including President Director of PT INKA (Persero) Agus Purnomo, President Director of PT Multi Terminal Indonesia Tony Hajar Andenoworih, and Head of Commercial PT New Priok Container Terminal One (NPCT1) Bambang Sabekti.

From private companies only one candidate that has passed the administrative requirements namely President Director of PT Arial Niaga Nusantara Johnson W. Sutjipto.

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