Indonesia’s leading container terminal the Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) has just booked the second new service for this year. After receiving the first service of TS Line’s NSJ last week (Friday, March 12), this week (Thursday, March 18), JICT again received another new services of Hong Kong Shipping Company SITC.
Named as CMI 2 (China Malaysia Indonesia) Service, this service would route Qinzhou-Shekou-Nansha-Hochiminh-Jakarta-Semarang-Surabaya-Bintulu-Qinzhou-Shekou-Nansha.
For JICT, the CMI 2 Service remained the second service from SITC, after the CMI service.
The firstly call of CMI 2 to JICT was run by a 171.99m length containership MV. SITC Macao 2108S on Thursday, March 18, 2021.
Commending this news services, JICT Vice President Budi Cahyono sent appreciation to SITC, explaining that SITC remained one of JICT leading customers.
“Alhamdulillah (Thanks God), as one of our leading customers, SITC again opens a new service to JICT. Thanks to this trust and we will provide the best service to SITC,” Budi Cahyono said on the side line of this first call inauguration.
Accompanied by JICT Operation Director Thavaneswaran and SITC representative Jamie Liu, Budi Cahyono gave special souvenir to MV SITC Macao Captain Xing Daofei.
Thava meanwhile, appreciates the JICT’ welcome inauguration to SITC CMI 2 first call, hoping JICT and SITC to tighten cooperation in the future.
The Jakarta International Container Terminal is Indonesia’s biggest container terminal operated under affiliation of Hutchison Port Holding and State Port Operator PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (IPC).
Meanwhile, SITC is a Hong Kong shipping company with business covering container liner shipping, ship owner business, ship management, ship brokers, container leasing and other related business. This company operates more than 80 vessels, most of which are self-owned vessels. The existing 60 services routes covers 13 countries and regions, 59 major ports in area of China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei and Malaysia.
SITC Container Lines launched service in Indonesia from September of 2012 and set up Indonesia branch at June of 2014.