IMO 2020 Sulphur Fuel Regulation

September 29, 2018

On October 2016, International Maritime Organization, IMO through Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) issued a new regulation to reduce the maximum sulphur emission threshold. The last regulation was from 2005, where the maximum threshold for sulphur emission is 3.5% m/m (mass by mass). The past regulation was issued through International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, or Annex VI MARPOL Convention.…See Details...

Indonesian Sea Toll 4th Anniversary

September 28, 2018

Approaching the Sea Toll’s 4th anniversary, the government plans to optimize the program. Starting by doing a Focus Group Discussion on “Optimizing Marine Toll to Transport Cement”. …See Details...

11th Co-Operation Forum Singapore

September 28, 2018

On Monday, September 24th 2018, 3 coastal nation around the Strait of Malacca and Strait of Singapore (SOMS) held a meeting. The meeting took the name of 11th Co-Operation Forum Singapore, and was held in Singapore. This forum was first held on 2007. The 3 coastal natioan are Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. …See Details...

AKKMI Urges the Ministry of Transportation to Prepare Container Inspection Implementation Manual

September 27, 2018

Association of Indonesian Maritime Safety and Security Expert (AKKMI) said that the ministry of transportation needs to prepare the regulation on technical manual and executor of container feasibility inspection activities, along with the Verification of Gross Mass (VGM). …See Details...

Tanjung Priok to Apply New Tariff

September 27, 2018

Tanjung Priok port authority has announced that they will adjust the port fees tariff in Tanjung Priok port. The adjusted tariff will come in form of increased tariff to increase the docker wages. The adjustment will vary from 5 percent to 20 percent. …See Details...

Five Major Indonesian Maritime Achievement in 2018

September 27, 2018

On Sunday, September 23rd 2018 Indonesia celebrate the National Maritime Day of 2018. This celebration is expected to encourage Indonesia to embrace their identity as a Maritime Nation. …See Details...

Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs held Coordination Meeting in Lombok

September 26, 2018

On Wednesday, September 19th 2018, the Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs held a coordination meeting discussing maritime infrastructure. This meeting is being held to fulfil President Joko Widodo’s mandate when he was establishing the Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs 4 years ago. …See Details...

Local Residents Support the Construction of Patimban Port

September 26, 2018

​Local residents around the construction site of Patimban ports said that they have agreed to support the construction of Patimban port. They support the construction because Patimban ports is one of the National Strategic Project (PSN) that is being constructed in Subang and it could improve the economical welfare of Subang after the port start to operate. Furthermore, the local residents expect to be involved in the construction process of the said port.…See Details...

Trump Administration to Impose New Tariff on Imported Goods from China

September 24, 2018

The Donald Trump administration will start to impose import tariff for some Chinese origin imported goods. The list of goods reach up to 200 Billion U.S Dollar in value. The new regulation about imposing the import tariff will be enacted starting from September 24th 2018. …See Details...

Indonesian National Maritime Day

September 24, 2018

​Indonesian National Maritime day always being commemorated on September 23rd every year. The first Indonesian national maritime day was on 1964, it means the national maritime day is already 54 years old.…See Details...