Chaotic Launch Causes ONE to Loss

October 19, 2018

Japan carrier network, Ocean Network Express (ONE) experiencing a huge loss. ONE predict that their loss could rise up to 600 million USD on their first year. The prediction came up because ONE have lost their customer’s trust. Their customer lost their trust in ONE after the chaotic launch in April.…See Details...

Indonesian Export Reports

October 18, 2018

Indonesian exports in the January to September period 2018 sees an improvement compared to last year’s same period. The improvement is significant, the value improved more than 11 billion USD. In the said period of 2017, Indonesian exports only amount to 123.83 billion USD. While in the same period of 2018, the amount of Indonesian export reached 134.99 billion USD. The percentage of improvement is up to 9.41%. …See Details...

Indonesian Government Socialize IMO’s Latest Regulation

October 17, 2018

World’s maritime organization, IMO, released a new regulation. The latest regulation revolving around the safety of sea activity.…See Details...

Stakeholders Agrees to the Proposed Accelerated Construction of Way Kanan Dry Port

October 16, 2018

Lampung provincial government, along with PT Pelindo, PT KAI, Way Kanan district government and Shahbandar and Port Authority office held a focus group discussion (FGD). The discussion was about the proposal to accelerate the construction of Way Kanan dry port.…See Details...

JAI Delegated to Handle STS Pilotage at the Musi River-Mouth

October 10, 2018

​PT Jasa Armada Indonesia, Tbk (“JAI”) or IPC Marine, has just been delegated to handle ship to ship (STS) pilotage and towage services at the Musi River-Mouth, South Sumatera…See Details...

Surabaya Container Terminal

October 08, 2018

Surabaya Container Terminal (TPS) is a joint venture company between PT Pelindo III and Dubai Port World (DPW). Since 1999, TPS has been co-managed by Dubai Port World and PT Pelindo III. This cooperation is due to the agreement they signed when creating the TPS. …See Details...

Opening New Route, Marine Toll Subsidies Fell Sharply

October 05, 2018

Tramper and People’s Shipping, Domestic Sea Traffic and Transport Sub-Directorate Section Chief, Hasan Sadili said that the subsidy fund for marine toll in 2019 will decline in value. The decline will be a sharp one, around 50 percent compared to this year subsidy fund. …See Details...

IMO: There will be no delay on 2020 Sulphur Fuel Regulation

October 03, 2018

Edmund Hughes, the Head of Air Pollution and Energy Efficiency of IMO’s Marine Environment division said that the regulation will not be postponed. Even though seen as controversial, Hughes is confident that the majority of ship owners will comply. …See Details...

Pelindo IV Held 2nd Work Meeting in 2018

October 02, 2018

Indonesian State-Owned Enterprises which manages ports in eastern Indonesia held their 2nd work meeting in 2018. The meeting was held on Monday, September 24th 2018 and took place in Multi-Purpose Room of Pelindo IV in the 7th floor of their main office in Makassar…See Details...

Ministry of Transportation Measures Post Earthquake and Tsunami

October 01, 2018

The Indonesian Ministry of Transportation had sent 2 ships on humanitarian mission to transport relief items for the disaster’s victim in Sulawesi Tengah. The ships that had been sent are KNP Pasatimpo P-212 from PLP Bitung Base and Navigational State Ship, KN Miang Besar from Samarinda Navigational District. KNP Pasatimpo P-212 departed on Saturday, September 29th 2018, while KN Miang Besar departed on Sunday, September 30th 2018. …See Details...