Govt Responds Positively the Shipbuilders Dispensation Proposal

October 18, 2018

​National shipbuilders appreciate the government positive response on their proposal to give compensation ships that failed to be delivered on time and to extend the time for completion until December 31, 2017. As the reports said, as many as 26 ships of total 152 units, financed by multi-years state budget (APBN 2015-2018), failed to be delivered according to the contract deadline (April 2018). All the ships were built by the national shipbuilders and are expected to support the government program of sea toll.…See Details...

CEVA Logistics Announces Increase in CMA CGM Stake

October 18, 2018

CMA CGM has purchased shares of CEVA during the last few days, so that the group consisting of CEVA and CMA CGM currently holds a participation of 33 per cent in the CEVA’s shares…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...

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...

The Inauguration of France’s Biggest Containership

September 12, 2018

Reported from worldmaritimenews.com, CMA CGM inaugurate their newest containership on September 6th 2018. This ship has become their new flagship container vessel. It was named Antoine de Saint Exupery, and it is the biggest France flag-bearer vessels.…See Details...

Tariff Dispute between Washington and Beijing Haven’t Shown Effect on 2018 Third Quarter Peak Season

September 07, 2018

​CMA CGM sees a benefit for them from the busy market trade between China and United States. They can optimize their profit with the heavy flow of trade between the world’s two biggest economies. Rodolphe Saade, the CEO of CMA CGM said that the tariff dispute between China and US hasn’t shown any effect on the third quarter peak season for export from China to US. The strong and robust trade and export from China to US in this period is the proof. However, if the effect of the economic wars between them started to kick in, it surely will affect the volume of goods exported, said Saade.…See Details...

CMA CGM Launches Climactive for Refrigetated Containers

September 06, 2018

​French shipping line CMA CGM, the world's third biggest container shipping has just launched its new product - the climactive, the most advanced technology in active controlled atmosphere for refrigerated containers CLIMACTIVE is the latest technology for an optimized transport of fruits and vegetables…See Details...

Swire Shipping Opens New Office in Pago-Pago

September 06, 2018

​ Swire Shipping decided to open new office in Pago-Pago after their subsidiary, Polynesia Lines achieved a milestone of 500 voyages to Pago-Pago. The office will be headed by Rob Hardman, a veteran in shipping industry. …See Details...

Ministry of Transportation Regulation Number 53 Year 2018

September 03, 2018

​Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia conduct a survey in 2014 to 2015 which resulted in the discovery of 80% container used in many ports in Indonesia is not in proper condition. Reported from oceanweek.co.id, ​to prevent the shipment being rejected by destination port, Directorate General of Sea Transportation formulate new regulation to regulate the standardization of container. Hermanta, the Chief of Tanjung Priok Port Authority said that the formulated regulation is officially set in the Ministry of Transportation Regulation number 53/2018. The container standardization regulated in the Ministerial Regulation will refer to International Convention for Safe Container (CSC) set by International Maritime Organization (IMO). He said all of that in a socialization event for the regulation held in Santika Hotel, North Jakarta on Thursday, August 30th 2018.…See Details...