Independent committee set up to monitor Kalibaru Port

07 March 2013
To monitor the construction and operation of Kalibaru Port, or New Priok, touted to be the country’s largest industrial port, the state-owned port company Pelindo II and the Vice Presidential Office have setup a supervisory committee. The committee consists of several prominent figures including former Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chairman Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas, economist Faisal Basri, Independent Research and Advisory Indonesia (IRAI) founder Lin Che Wei, Transparency International Indonesia (TII) secretary-general Natalia Soebagjo and capital market expert Ahmad Fikri Assegaf.Erry Riyana will head the committee.“We need independent and credible people to monitor Kalibaru and ensure every process of the port development is in accordance with good cor ... Read more »

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Mitsui is the partner of IPC to operated Container Terminal

05 March 2013
Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) II set Mitsui & Co. Ltd. of Japan as the preferred bidder to operate the container terminal at the terminal Kalibaru, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta."Mitsui is the first partner selected for New Terminal Priok for the construction, financing, and operation," said Richard Joost Lino, president director Pelindo II in a press release on Wednesday (27/2).According to Lino, Pelindo II agreement between Mitsui will drive operation of the ship in one container terminal in Kalibaru in September 2014."Kalibaru terminal will double the capacity of handling containers (container handling) at Tanjung Priok," he said.He explained Kalibaru Terminal will be the first terminal in Indonesia are able to serve the largest container ships that exist today ... Read more »

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IPC has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) from the Ministry of Environment

04 January 2013
Jakarta, January 3, 2013 - PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) of the Ministry of Environment. With the issuance of the Minister of Environment Decree number 293 of 2012 concerning the construction and operation of an environmental permit terminal Kalibaru the IPC will soon implement groundbreaking as a sign of the start NewPriok development.New Priok development master plan phase 1, consisting of three container terminals as well as two oil and gas fuels. This port is designed with a depth of up to -20 mLWS draft with the first phase will be as deep as -16 mLWS dredging and shipping two-way flow of almost 300 meters wide to accelerate the flow of ship arrivals a ... Read more »

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Shipping News Asia : Multi Terminal Indonesia IPO

02 November 2012
MTI was spun off from Pelabuhan Indonesia II, known simply as Pelindo II, in 2002. It handles logistics, container terminals and multipurpose terminals for customers using the port at Tanjung Priok. Pelindo II controls a 99 percent stake in MTI, with the remainder owned by a cooperative of Tanjung Priok port employees. “MTI needs Rp 300 billion in funds for its expansion next year. The funds are expected to be secured from an IPO,” Mulyono, the finance director of Pelindo II, told Investor Daily on Tuesday. He added that the IPO is slated for the second half of 2013. However, if the IPO falls through, Pelindo II will allow MTI to separately sell bonds. As for Pelindo II itself, the company has announced a plan to sell up to Rp 3.5 trillion worth of bonds to help finance its exp ... Read more »

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Jasa Marga, Pelindo II to build Rp 4t toll road

17 September 2012
JAKARTA. Publicly listed highway company PT Jasa Marga and state owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II) signed on Friday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a plan to develop a toll road to ease traffic to Kalibaru Port in North Jakarta. “This is a toll road heading to the port. The road is also part of efforts to unravel congestion around the Tanjung Priok area,” Jasa Marga president director Adityawarman said after the signing. The road, according to Adityawarman, will be 7 kilometers long and include an elevated 4-kilometer stretch over the sea.“The project is estimated to cost Rp 4 trillion [US$416 million]. About 25 percent will be financed by internal cash and the other 75 percent by loans from local banks,” Adityawarman said.C ... Read more »

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