The history of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II began from the decision of the government of Republic of Indonesia in 1960 to establish State Enterprise of Pelabuhan I to Pelabuhan VIII as the managing parties for the sea ports all over Indonesia based on Government Regulation No. 19/1960 on public port management conducted by the port management agency (BPP).
1964 - 1969
in 1964-1969, the port’s operational activities were coordinated by a government agency called the Port Authority though PN still handled its commercial aspects.
Based on Government Regulation No. 15/1983 juncto PP No. 5 dated 5 February 1985, Perum Pelabuhan was merged and divided into four operational areas, under the names of Perum Pelabuhan I to IV. The four Companies shall become BUMN under the supervision of Ministry of Transportation of Republic of Indonesia
The legal form of Perum was changed into Limited Liability Company (PT) based on the Government Regulation No. 57/1991, whose shares are wholly owned by the Republic of Indonesia resulting to changes in names into PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II, as stipulated in Notarial Deed No. 3 dated 1 December 1992
On 22nd February 2012, PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Pelindo II has launched a new identity and tranformed to became Indonesia Port Corporation or IPC. A leading provider of port services in Indonesia are more efficient and modern in many aspects of its operations in order to achieve the goal of being world class port operator. The values contained in the orange colors in the new logo is the spirit of change, strength, optimism, and pride every employee, to work together to stand at the front line in achieving organizational goals. Blue side of the logo illustrates the readiness of entering a new era of dynamic and flexibility of each component in the company faced many challenges in order to achieve the objectives of the company, as a world-class port operator.