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27 February 2020

Land Clearing for Kijing Terminal Ran Smoothly

The Mempawah District Court today executed the emptying of 8 buildings and 7 lands belonging to 15 residents of Bundung Laut and Kunyit Laut Villages, Kunyit Laut District, Mempawah Regency. The land clearing was carried out after the West Kalimantan Prosecutor's Office on November 19, 2019 submitted an application for execution on the verdict of the Mempawah District Court, which rejected the lawsuit of a small portion of the residents. This request was later responded by the court, with the verdict of PN Mempawah, dated on December 2, 2019.

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26 February 2020

Regional Ports & Shipping Can Play the Key Roles of World Trade

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC is open to collaborating with partners in logistics, shipping and port services for exploring new opportunities in order to achieve mutual benefits. With integrated and coordinated cooperation, ports and shipping in the regional region can play a key role in world trade. This was stated by the President Director of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC, Elvyn G. Masassya, at the 18th ASEAN Ports & Shipping 2020 event in Jakarta, Wednesday (2/26). IPC was trusted to host the ASEAN Ports & Shipping 2020, which is the largest annual maritime conference in ASEAN. The event was attended by the Minister of Transportation's Expert Staff for the Multi-mode and Safety, Cris Kuntadi and Managing Director of Transport Event, Rory Doyle.

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19 February 2020

IPC and Constanta Port Operator Build Sister Port Partnership

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC and the Constanta Port Operator (Port of Constanta) signed a sister port agreement in Constanta, Romania. The partnership is expected to strengthen global connectivity, as well as expand business and trade opportunities between Indonesia and Romania.

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12 February 2020

Batu Ampar Port Development Begins in March 2020

The development of Batu Ampar Port will begin in March 2020. PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC will provide direct support for the optimization of the management and operation of the Batu Ampar Port, which is the main port in Batam Island.

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10 February 2020

Despite the ‘Zero Case’ of Corona, IPC Tightens the entry of Chinese Ships

To the moment, Tanjung Priok Port is still sterile from the spread of Corona Virus. Despite the 'zero cases' recorded, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC increased awareness and tightened procedures for handling the entry of cargo ships and passengers from abroad, particularly from China.

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