Konecranes To Deliver More Electric RTGs To Luka Koper

August 23, 2018

The Port of Koper operator in Slovenia, Luka Koper d.d., has ordered five electric Konecranes RTG cranes. The cranes will be equipped with cable reels featuring an auto plug-in system. Luka Koper’s new Konecranes RTGs will offer important environmental benefits thanks to their electric operation: regenerative power feedback to the local grid, ambient lighting with LED lights and low noise. The cranes will also have driver-assistance features that boost productivity: Auto-steering, Auto-TOS reporting, Auto-positioning, and Stack Collision Prevention, the press release from Konecranes said. …See Details...

IPC Enjoyed 18% Net Profit Growth in H1

August 17, 2018

State port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero)/IPC booked a net profit of Rp1.21 trillion in first half of 2018 (H12018), an 18% increase year on year, from Rp1.02 trillion in H12017, thanks to the increase volume it handled and the increasing contribution of its subsidiary companies. The total revenue also experienced an increase, by 8.18%, to Rp 5.35 trillion, from Rp4.93 trillion in H12017, the company report said. …See Details...

The Role of Asean’s Ports in China’s Belt and Road

August 09, 2018

​China’s investments in deep-sea ports in Myanmar and Cambodia will provide critical links in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), but there are also concerns that they could give China undue economic leverage in the region. On the Bay of Bengal in Myanmar, Chinese state-owned firms have been given the green light to construct a $7.3 billion deep-water port and a $2.7 billion industrial area in a special economic zone which would be 70 per cent owned by China and 30 per cent owned by Myanmar. However, if the costs of Myanmar’s share prove too much to bear there are concerns it could fall into a debt trap, as happened with Sri Lanka, which late last year handed over control of its Hambantota port to China. …See Details...

IPCC Enthusiastic to Be Involved in Patimban Operation

August 01, 2018

IPC Car Terminal (IPCC/IKT), a subsidiary of state port operator PT Pelindo II/IPC is so enthusiastic to be involved in the operation of Patimban Port, Subang, West Java, a new mega port that will be developed soon. According to the plan, the development of this port would start this month (August). IPCC appreciates the government plan to develop this port, expecting that IPCC will be appointed as the operator of the car terminal of this new port. …See Details...

How Does Rupiah Weakening Affect Export/Import

August 01, 2018

In June 2018, Tanjung Priok international throughput/volume declined 40% month to month. Why?…See Details...

Expected Arrival Shipping Schedule - Jakarta - July 18 - 19, 2018

July 18, 2018

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Expected Arrival Shipping Schedule - Jakarta - July 18, 2018

July 18, 2018

Expected Arrival Shipping Schedule, Port: Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, updated: Wednesday Morning…See Details...

Expected Arrival Shipping Schedule - Jakarta - July 17-18, 2018

July 17, 2018

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Expected Arrival Shipping Schedule - Jakarta - July 17, 2018

July 17, 2018

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Expected Arrival Shipping Schedule - Jakarta - July 16-17, 2018

July 16, 2018

Expected Arrival Shipping Schedule, Port: Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, updated: Tuesday Morning…See Details...