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21 May 2020

IPC allocates Directors and Commissioners Religious Holiday Allowance for Assistance to TKBM

As a form of social care in handling Covid-19, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC provided assistance to 2,335 Unloaded Workers (TKBM) in the Tanjung Priok Port working area. A total aid of Rp.817 million was given to TKBM, with funding coming from Eid al-Fitr (THR) allowances for the Directors and Commissioners of IPC.

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20 May 2020

IPC Peduli Again Distribute Basic Food Packages and e-Vouchers

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC together with the North Jakarta District Attorney's Office distributed 1,000 food packages to the community around the Port of Tanjung Priok last Tuesday (5/19). This activity is fully supported by IPC through the IPC Care program for the initiation of the North Jakarta District Attorney's Office in an effort to ease the burden on the economically affected people of the Covid-19 pandemic.   This food package assistance was given symbolically to the people of Muara Angke in the Tanjung Priok Port area by IPC HR Director, Ihsanuddin Usman and North Jakarta District Attorney's Office, I Made Sudarmawan and representatives from the North Jakarta District Attorney's Office.

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19 May 2020

IPC Prepares 'The New Normal' Scenario at the Port

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC continues to be committed to supporting various government policies related to the handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, including anticipating the implementation of the 'The New Normal' scenario in the port work environment. "This Normal New Normal’ scenario is a continuation of the application of the Health Protocol that has been implemented in the work environment and operations of IPC. The procedure to anticipate the spread of the Coronavirus in the port will be used as a reference for new operational standards, "said IPC President Director, Arif Suhartono, in Jakarta, Tuesday (5/19).

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18 May 2020

Covid-19 Pandemic, Container Flow in Priok is Relatively Stable

From January to April 2020, the flow of containers (throughput) at the Port of Tanjung Priok reached 2.12 million TEUs. This figure increased by 550 thousand TEUs compared to the previous month. "Container traffic trends at Tanjung Priok Port are relatively stable where the impact of the Pandemic Covid-19 on the flow of goods is relatively low, ranging from 4-5%," explained President Director of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (II) / IPC, Arif Suhartono, in Jakarta, Monday (5/18).

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14 May 2020

IPC Cares: The Minister of Transportation Attends Delivery of Assistance Through Video Call Meeting

Jakarta, May 14, 2020 - PT Pelabuhan Indonesia / IPC and the Tanjung Priok Port Authority collaborated to directly distribute 1,500 food packages carried out on 13 and 14 May 2020 for the economically affected communities of Covid-19 around the Tanjung Priok Port area. On this occasion today the Minister of Transportation, Budi Karya Sumadi, was present at the video call meeting in symbolic delivery of the aid package.

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