Ports Indonesia PT II (Limited) plant loading and unloading of equipment investment and the development of the port area to improve port services that encourage economic growth
Jakarta, July 16, 2012 - PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II recorded total revenue of Rp2, 991 trillion in the first half of 2012 or an increase of 41.09% over the same period last year. Meanwhile, outside of business income during the first semester-2012 reached Rp368, 88 million, up 37.73% of Semester I-2011. Of total revenue, the company received a profit before tax of Rp1, 405 trillion in the first half of 2012, an increase of 44.92% of Semester I-2011 of Rp970 billion. Improved financial performance is to be one positive outcome of the development of infrastructure and services in twelve ports managed by the Port of PT Indonesia II (Limited).
In the first half of 2012, the flow of containers has also increased between 18.52% over the same period of 2011. Until June 2012, flows of containers at the port 12 branches of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Limited) recorded 3,584,708 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs), an increase of 26.11% over the same period last year amounting to 2,842,361 TEUs underserved. Flows of containers at the Port of Tanjung Priok be the biggest contributor to serve 3,281,001 TEUs of containers, an increase of 20.25% over the first half of 2011 of 2,728,386 TEUs.
"In 2012 this, in line with government`s program to accelerate economic development and the growing market demands, the company continues to activate the various steps that support the effectiveness and efficiency of services. Variety of businesses that we apply this year include the addition of loading and unloading equipment, the addition of the buildup of land, the application of information-based services and communication technology (ICT). Harbor is an important component in the chain of the economy and should continue to make innovations that continue to help the country`s economic turnaround, "said President Director of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Limited) RJ Lino.
In 2012, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Limited) prepare for loading and unloading device 51 will include the top 10 mobile cranes, 12 rubber tire cranes, container cranes and 4. The addition of loading and unloading equipment is intended to boost the effectiveness of the process of loading and unloading at the port of branches throughout Indonesia PT Port II (Limited). While for the development area, the Port of PT Indonesia II (Limited) is focusing its efforts on expanding and remodeling the accumulation of land in Tanjung Priok Car Terminal.
Currently, the vast accumulation of land in Tanjung Priok Car Terminal is 15.667 hectares (Ha). The addition will be done by clearing the area of ex-DKB area of 13.4 ha. Utilization of the available land is done to anticipate the loading and unloading activities at Tanjung Priok Car Terminal is likely to increase every year. In the period January-June 2012 production car in the Tanjung Priok Car Terminal reach 167 748 units, an increase of 47.53% from the same period last year amounted to 113 701 units.
On the other hand, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Limited) also encourages the operation of the terminal Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) 2 which is currently in idle state, as an international service terminal. "As one of the shareholders in JICT, we continue to encourage maximum JICT 2 to operate as an international terminal. This is done them by deepening the pool of -8 feet Low Water Spring (LWS) to -12 mLWS to make the area such as a terminal loading and unloading of import export activities better, "said Lino.
Related to loading and unloading services, the World Bank recorded an increase in the efficiency of international shipping from 2.82 to 2.97 with the effectiveness of the logistics of 3:46 to 3.61. For logistics performance index (LPI) which was released in 2012 the World Bank, Indonesia this year had climbed to 59 from position 75 in 2010. The highest increase found in the area of soft infrastructure includes logistics competence and tracking and tracing handler by the owner of the goods. Logistic competence indicators handler increased from 2:47 in 2010 to 2.85 in 2012, while tracking and tracing from 2.77 to 3.12. "As part of the transformation of the company, we are starting the implementation of tracking and tracing systems in the harbor that we manage. This system allows the owner of goods in knowing the information in real time management of goods and will streamline the logistics system in Indonesia, "said Director General of Personnel and IPC Cipto Pramono.
In addition to investing in infrastructure, the Port of PT Indonesia II (Limited) continues to develop quality human resources company to address the challenges of port industry in the future. After the period 2011/2012 sent 19 people, the company this year will send 18 employees to follow the best master of education program to universities in Europe and Asia, as well as 16 people at the university in the country. Previous 2009-2011, enterprise IT has sent 115 people abroad to attend postgraduate education or skills courses.
For his efforts in improving the quality of human resources company, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Limited) received the Contribution to the Organization Award from the Independent Committee of Asia HRD Congress Awards 2012 in Bangalore India on July 11, 2012. The award is given to companies that make the change through the introduction of innovative systems and processes of organizations that positively impact the productivity of employees.
Ports Indonesia PT II (Limited) posted earnings per employee for Rp1.192 million / employee during the first semester-2012. This number increased 28.35% from Semester I-2011 revenue of Rp854 million / employee. Figures obtained this year has been close to budget set for the entire year 2012 amounting to Rp1.964 million / employee.
Middle of this year, the Port of PT Indonesia II (Limited) submit to the government initiative to form the main-sea corridor or National Pendulum for the creation of an integrated logistics system. The corridor is planned to involve the Port of Tanjung Priok, Belawan, Batam, Makassar and shoves as the main port for the region from west to east Indonesia. This system will allow the distribution of goods in much smaller lots with large-capacity vessels in a shorter time, so as to evenly economic growth in all regions in Indonesia.
"The Asia is now the center of world attention to the rapidly growing economy. This provides many opportunities for countries in it, including Indonesia. We must take this opportunity to continue to strengthen and modernize port infrastructure. As part of Indonesia, we support the growth of an efficient logistics system and modern. With the advanced port, trade will grow rapidly in the country and the world will increase confidence Indonesia with a modern logistics system, "lid RJ Lino.
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Port of IPC or PT Indonesia II (Limited) is one of the State Owned Enterprises (SOEs), which manages port services in Indonesia was established on December 1, 1992. IPC is headquartered in Jakarta and has operations in 10 provinces as well as managing 12 ports are arranged, ie the Gulf Ports Bayur in West Sumatra, Jambi in Jambi port, the Port of Palembang in South Sumatra, Bengkulu Bengkulu Port, Port of Long in Lampung, the Port The base and the Port of Tanjung Pandan Balam in the Pacific Islands, the Port of Jakarta in Banten, the Port of Tanjung Priok and Sunda Kelapa in Jakarta, West Java Cirebon Port and the Port of Pontianak in West Kalimantan.
IPC currently has three subsidiaries and two affiliated companies. IPC is a subsidiary of the Port Hospital PT, PT Multi Terminal Indonesia (MTI) and the PT Electronic Data Interchange (EDI). Two affiliated companies are PT Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) and Container Terminal (TPK) Koja.
IPC services include ship services, goods services and miscellaneous services. IPC has always run a business by developing services to improve the trading activity that gives the final result to a reduction in transport costs and logistics. IPC continues to improve productivity through productivity for everyone 24/7 (port services 24 hours per day within one week), procurement of equipment, loading and application of information-based services and communication technology (ICT). More information about the IPC can be viewed through www.indonesiaport.co.id
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July 16, 2012 - 10:19 PM