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14 March 2020

Anticipating Corona Spread, Indonesian Maritime Museum Closed Two Weeks

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC closed the Indonesian Maritime Museum activities for the next two weeks. This closure is done to prevent the spread of Corona virus.

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11 March 2020

IPC and Port of Rotterdam Explore Maritime Logistics and Infrastructure Cooperation

IPC and Rotterdam Port Operator, the Netherlands (Port of Rotterdam) signed a cooperation agreement in the field of maritime logistics and infrastructure development. Over the next 3 years, both parties have developed a port development and management program, port digitalization, and an increase in human resource capacity.

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11 March 2020

IPC and Port of Rotterdam Explore Maritime Logistics and Infrastructure Cooperation

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC and the operator of Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands signed an agreement on cooperation in the development of maritime logistics and infrastructure. Over the next 3 years, both parties will develope port development and management program, port digitalization, and an improvement in human resource capacity.

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07 March 2020

Anticipating Corona, IPC Tightens the Entry of All Ships

IPC is increasingly tightening the entry of all cargo ships and passenger ships in order to anticipate the spread of the Corona virus through the port.

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02 March 2020

MINISTRY OF SOE APPOINTED IPC’S NEW DIRECTORS

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero)/IPC has 4 (four) new directors. The appointment of the new directors was stated through a Decreee of the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises as the General Meeting of Company’s Shareholders of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II, number SK-69/MBU/03/2020 on Dismissal, Amendment to Position Nomenclature, Duties Transfer, and Appointment of Members of the Board of Directors of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero), dated March, 2, 2020.

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