Building Synergy to Synchronize Business Challenge and Opportunity

April 02, 2018

Coming to establishment year and toward its vision to digital port, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II/IPC continuously builds synergy with all port users and stakeholders. Some meetings to build synergy and to socialize some programs, including the programs in realizing the digital port have been conducted.…See Details...

Asian Ports Face $49BN in Climate Change Costs

March 28, 2018

​Protecting Asia-Pacific ports against climate change could cost up to US$49 billion, according to new research commissioned by HSBC from sustainability analysts Asia Research and Engagement (ARE). The report Climate Costs for Asia Pacific Ports evaluates the climate risk of 53 of the Asia Pacific region’s largest ports and estimates costs for adaptation. It also outlines recommendations to investors, port authorities and governments for how to manage risk in the future.…See Details...

JICT Gives a Role Model in CSR New Approach to Community Empowerment

March 28, 2018

​Jakarta International Container Terminal has changed perspective and approach in corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, from charity to community empowerment. This means that the CSR will not help people with pouring a mount of cash money, but rather empowering people from any groups, from children to productive group. "We have actually running the CSR programs using this perspective and approach for the last ten years. Our focus was how we empower people in facing the future challenge," said Riza Erivan, JICT Vice President Director on the public expose CSR, relating "PAUD (pre-school) development for North Jakarta at Islamic Center, Tuesday, March 27. …See Details...

Wan Hai Lines to Launch New China to Vietnam Service

March 23, 2018

​Wan Hai Lines Ltd. announced earlier today its plan to expand its existing service network between China to Southeast Asia by launching a new weekly service from South China to Vietnam on 29th March 2018.​ The service, named CV3, will be operated with 2 vessels with an intake of 1,200 TEU. Wan Hai Lines shall deploy 1 vessel while its partner COSCO Shipping Lines Co., Ltd. will operate the other vessel. …See Details...