Hamburg Süd to Launch New Asia - America Services

Hamburg Süd will launch a new service network between Asia and South America West Coast, Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean in April this year. Concealed behind the well-known service names ASPA and ASCA will then be a completely new product to replace the present partnership with other liner shipping companies (Vessel Sharing Agreement) in this trade. Customers will benefit from additional direct connections, higher sailing frequencies, greater flexibility as well as shorter transit times. The existing Vessel Sharing Agreement between Asia and South America East Coast is not affected by the changes and is to continue until the end of 2018. The four new ASPA and ASCA service strings will see the deployment of a total of 39 modern vessels with a slot capacity of 4,500 to 10,000 TEU and will call almost 30 key ports with several weekly sailings in the said markets. …See Details...

January 31, 2018

Shipping Lines Disappointed with JICT Longer Port Stay, Asking For Compensation

Some shipping lines are disappointed with a longer port stay at Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT), saying it had created extra cost, thus asking for compensation. One of the China shipping line for example, has sent a complaint as its service faced a longer port stay until 60 hours, from normally 34 hours. The principle has asked JICT to cover the total extra cost from a longer dockage and asked for a compensation. The liner suffered more than US$4,000 extra cost from one of its service longer stay. "We have to pay more dockage cost accounted from 26 hours delay. This is very damaging our credibility with our customers," said liner’s official. Such complaint totally disaffirmed the claim earlier declared by JICT Vice President Director Riza Erivan. On Monday, Riza explained that JICT operational had been running normal. …See Details...

January 30, 2018

World's Biggest Containership to Enter into Service on February 6th 

French leading shipping company and the world's third biggest CMA CGM will deliver the world biggest containership into service on February 6th, the corporate press release said. The CMA CGM ANTOINE DE SAINT EXUPERY, one of its three 20,600 TEUs (Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit) vessels that will serve Asia-Europe route is a strong symbol of the Group’s dynamism and development. Antoine de Saint Exupery is a vessel with exceptional dimensions of: 400-meter long and 59-meter wide; longer than 4 football fields and bigger than The Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower; and 20,600 TEUs capacity, or 123 kilometers of containers. …See Details...

January 30, 2018

IPC Target Container Throughput Mencapai 7.5 Juta TEUs 

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II atau Pelindo II (IPC) menargetkan untuk menangani 7.5 juta TEUs container throughput…See Details...

January 30, 2018

​Menuju Digital Port, PTP Tambah Fasilitas di Terminal 3​

Dalam mewujudkan target menuju digital port, PT Pelabuhan Tanjung Priok (PTP) terus melakukan investasi penambahan…See Details...

January 30, 2018

GELOMBANG LAUT CAPAI TUJUH METER, KEMENHUB KELUARKAN MAKLUMAT PELAYARAN WASPADAI CUACA EKSTRIM

Kementerian Perhubungan cq. Direktorat Jenderal Perhubungan Laut kembali mengeluarkan maklumat pelayaran yang ditujukan untuk semua pihak baik para petugas di lapangan, operator kapal maupun masyarakat pengguna jasa transportasi laut agar mewaspadai…See Details...

January 30, 2018

INTEGRASI TOL LAUT DAN RUMAH KITA DUKUNG PENYELENGGARAAN PROGRAM TOL LAUT TAHUN 2018

Kementerian Perhubungan cq. Ditjen Perhubungan Laut mengoptimalisasikan penyelenggaraan Tol Laut dengan mengintegrasikan program tol laut dengan program Rumah Kita (Sentra Logistik) di tahun 2018…See Details...

January 29, 2018

MTI Sosialisasi GCG, Pemahaman WhistleBlowing dan Graifikasi

PT Multi Terminal Indonesia (MTI), salah satu anak usaha IPC (PT Pelindo II) yang bergerak di…See Details...

January 26, 2018

World’s Top 15 Container Lines Market Share Reached 85.1% in 2017

The combined share of the global container ship capacity of top 15 players in 2017 reached 85.1%, an increase by 12.6% year on year, from 78.6% in 2016, according to Alphaliner. Of the total global liner capacity of 21.51 million TEUs in 2017, they contributed as much as 18.32 millionTEUs, increasing from 16.27 million teu on in 2016. In total, the global capacity during 2017 rose by 3.9% from 20.69 million teu to 21.51 million teu. Just like the years before, Maersk Line won the market share and the growth. The line’s operating capacity grew by 26.8% to reach 4.15 million TEUs, from 3.27 million TEUs in 2016. Zim, OOCL, CMA CGM and MOL also all saw operating capacity increases, up 20%, 19.7%, 18% and 17.9% year-on-year, respectively. However, not all of the top 15 carriers recorded increase. Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM), for example, saw its operating capacity fall by 23.9% from 456,000 to 347,000 TEUs.…See Details...

January 25, 2018

Target Zero Accident, PTP Rutin Patroli Keselamatan Kerja

Divisi Safety, Security, and Environment (SSE) PT Pelabuhan Tanjung Priok terus rutin melakukan kegiatan operasi…See Details...

January 25, 2018