Go Live with Navis N4 TOS, PTP Creates Record in Vessel Utilization

The upgrade of its terminal operation system (TOS) to Navis N4 has helped Malaysian Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) create a record in vessel utilization, Navis, a part of Cargotec Corporation that provides the system to PTP has claimed. Statement from the Navis said that to meet the future expected volume growth, PTP has upgraded … Read moreGo Live with Navis N4 TOS, PTP Creates Record in Vessel Utilization

PTP Welcomes World’s Largest Container Vessel, MSC Gulsun

Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP), a member of MMC Group becomes the first port in Southeast Asia to welcome Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) latest and largest container vessel as part of its maiden voyage in the South East Asia region. Another major milestone was also transpired from the historic calling of MSC Gulsun when PTP … Read morePTP Welcomes World’s Largest Container Vessel, MSC Gulsun

Being Chairman of Aptesindo Again, Roy Rayadi to Focus on Contribution Sharing Deal

The second national assembly meeting (2nd Munas) of Association of Container Temporary Station (Aptesindo) conducted in Medan this week appointed M.Roy Rayadi as chairman of Aptesindo for the 2019-2024 period by acclamation. Though beginning with pro cons debate, but the meeting and ellection process run smoothly. All members of TPS (container temporary station) operators presented … Read moreBeing Chairman of Aptesindo Again, Roy Rayadi to Focus on Contribution Sharing Deal

Kijing Construction Speed up for Operation Target by Mid 2020

State port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC continues to speed up the contruction of Kijing Terminal at Mempawah West Kalimantan, in a bid to meet target by July next year (Mid 2020). The terminal as the extension of Dwikora Port (Pontianak) on one and and as another Indonesia new alternative  hub on … Read moreKijing Construction Speed up for Operation Target by Mid 2020

Priok’s 24/7 Services Call for Stakeholders’ Concistency

The implementation of non-stop service program usually named 24/7 service, needs concistency from all stakeholders, not only government or port operator, but also other port related business, a business observer and practioner has said. Wisnu Waskita, a logistics  business observer and practioner appreciates the government concistency to contineously control the implementation of this program. As … Read morePriok’s 24/7 Services Call for Stakeholders’ Concistency

TPKS, A Terminal Where Konecranes Show ARTG for Future Efficiency and Safety

A busy Asia-Pacific container handling terminal is pointing a way to the future for ports seeking to automate rubber-tyred gantry container handling systems to gain efficiency and safety benefits. Terminal Petikemas Semarang (TPKS) in Semarang, Central Java, is the second-largest container terminal in the Pelindo III Group, which is an Indonesian State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) that … Read moreTPKS, A Terminal Where Konecranes Show ARTG for Future Efficiency and Safety

IPC TPK Panjang to Procure One QCC Worth Rp120b This Year

*Mohammad Adji (left) and Alexy Redotove, Captain of Balthasar Schulte IPC Container Terminal (IPC TPK) Panjang will procure one quay container crane (QCC) this year in a bid to support loading unloading process at this terminal, following the calls of some big containership run by world’s leading shipping lines. For this facility, IPC TPK will … Read moreIPC TPK Panjang to Procure One QCC Worth Rp120b This Year

JICT Adds Direct Calls, More International Transshipment Services

Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) created another milestone today (March 22), following the first call of CMA CGM Group (ANL)’s Asia Australia Express (AAX). A 2,824 TEUs containership with LOA of 222 meter – MS Eagle – berthed for the first time at this Indonesia’s leading export import gateway. Routing Saigon – Port Klang – … Read moreJICT Adds Direct Calls, More International Transshipment Services

MCT Eyeing More Cargo Types to Handle, But Calling for Port Status Upgrade into International

Port of Tegar Indonesia (PTI) or Marunda Center Terminal (MCT) is eyeing to handle more types of cargoes, but its existing status is still a problem. Hence, it expects the port (Marunda Port) status upgrade into international port. The government of Indonesia formally registers Marunda Port as a Class IV Port, but MCT concession permits … Read moreMCT Eyeing More Cargo Types to Handle, But Calling for Port Status Upgrade into International

Port Authority Expected to Be Indipendent, Directly Responsible to President

Port Authoriy (PA) is expected to be an indipendent institution and will directly be responsible to President, thus it can fully monitor and control any activities at the port, according to Achmad Ridwan Tento, port and maritime business sector practicioner and observer. Ridwan suggests to strengthen this institution role and function, while on the same … Read morePort Authority Expected to Be Indipendent, Directly Responsible to President