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To be world class trade facilitator through port ecosystem

As the core concepts underlying all our activities, service and customer satisfaction are the values that we try to ingrain into our corporate culture and ethics at every level, as reflected in our vision and mission statements.

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (hereinafter referred to as “IPC” and “Company”) was originally established as a Public Company (“Perum”) Pelabuhan II based on Government Regulation (“PP”) No. 15 of 1983 juncto PP No. 5 of 1985. Perum Pelabuhan II is a State-Owned Enterprise (“BUMN”) under the guidance of the Ministry of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia.

Based on PP No. 57 of 1991, Perum Pelabuhan II changed its status to Limited Liability Company (PT), based on Imas Fatimah, S.H., Notarial Deed No. 3 dated December 1, 1992. The deed of establishment was approved by RI Ministry of Justice Decree No. C2-4754.HT.01.01.TH.93 dated June 17, 1993. Since the establishment by the Ministry of SOEs in 1998, the Company has come under its guidance. The Company’s Articles of Association have been amended several times, most recently based on the Shareholders Decision notarized in the Notarial Deed No. 03 from Notary Nanda Fauz Iwan, S.H., M.Kn., dated August 2, 2013 concerning additional issued and fully paid capital in the Company. The Articles of Association amendment was notified to the RI Ministry of Law and Human Rights the Letter of Acceptance Notification No. AHU-AH.01.10-38219 dated September 12, 2013.

IPC is a Non Listed BUMN Company. There is no information on the majority or controlling shareholders in IPC, as the ownership of capital is owned by the Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises. The Republic of Indonesia represented by the Minister of State-Owned Enterprises is the only owner and sole shareholder entitled to 1,444,029 shares with a nominal  value of Rp1,000,000.00, or Rp1,444,029,000,000 in the company, which constitutes the total shares issued and placed and fully paid in the company to date. As such, IPC also does not present information regarding Board of Directors or Board of Commissioners members who own direct or indirect shares.

“To be world class trade facilitator through port ecosystem”

Corporate Mission

Customers and Partners

Provide, build and operate port and logistics services in an integrated, high quality and reliable way to meet customer and partner satisfaction.

Corporate Value

Amanah (Trust)

Uphold the trust given

  • Keep promises and commitments.
  • Responsible for the tasks, decisions and actions performed.
  • Stick to moral and ethical values
Kompeten (Competent)

Continue to learn and develop capabilities

  • Improve self-competence to respond to ever-changing challenges.
  • Help others learn.
  • Complete tasks of the highest quality.
Harmoni (harmonious)

Mutual care and respect for differences

  • Respect everyone regardless of their background.
  • Likes to help others.
  • Build a conducive work environment
Loyal (Loyality)

Dedicated and prioritizing the interests of the Nation and the State

  • Maintain the good name of fellow employees, leaders, BUMN, and the State.
  • Willing to sacrifice to achieve a greater goal.
  • Obey the leadership as long as it is not against the law and ethics.

Continue to innovate and be enthusiastic in driving or facing change

  • Quickly adjust to be better.
  • Continuously making improvements following technological developments.
  • Be proactive
Kolaboratif (Collaborative)

Build synergistic cooperation

  • Provide opportunities for various parties to contribute.
  • Open to work together to generate added value.
  • Mobilizing the use of various resources for common goals
Corporate Roadmap


World class performance



Consistent world class performance



Expansion of value chain presence



Holistic value chain presence



Ecosystem player