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Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation - Latest News & News http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/feeds/ http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/images/logo.png Independent committee set up to monitor Kalibaru Port <p><a title='To monitor the construction and operation of Kalibaru Port, or New Priok, touted to be the country&rsquo;s largest industrial port, the state-owned port company Pelindo II and the Vice Presidential Office have setup a supervisory committee.&nbsp;The committee consists of several prominent figures including former Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chairman Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas, economist Faisal Basri, Independent Research and Advisory Indonesia (IRAI) founder Lin Che Wei, Transparency International Indonesia (TII) secretary-general Natalia Soebagjo and capital market expert Ahmad Fikri Assegaf.Erry Riyana will head the committee.&ldquo;We need independent and credible people to monitor Kalibaru and ensure every process of the port development is in accordance with good corporate governance,&rdquo; said Richard Joost Lino, president director of Pelindo II, the Indonesian Port Corporation (IPC).Dani Rusli Utama, president director of PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia (PPI), was in line with Lino saying that an independent committee was important for transparency. PPI is a subsidiary of IPC that will manage and develop the port.&ldquo;The port belongs to the public and we want people who can represent the public to monitor the project. This is not only in the best interest of the people but also a reminder that we have to execute the project as best as we can,&rdquo; Dani said.The committee will work with the IPC and the PPI for two years with a possibility to extend the collaboration.The committee has the right to access any information about the port and can attend any directors meeting. They can also give input to the IPC and the PPI in selecting partners that will help the firms operate Kalibaru.Meanwhile, Erry Riyana said that the committee has had four meetings with the management of the firms regarding the development of the port.&ldquo;In the first stage, we are going to look at the documentation of Kalibaru. If we find any irregularities, we will report them to the commissioners, State-Owned Enterprises Ministry or Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; Erry said.The committee will even report to KPK or the police if there are any criminal indications in the development of the port.The committee visited Kalibaru Port recently to see the progress of the project.Piling, mat and breakwater projects are currently underway at the port.&ldquo;We are here also to make sure that they finish on time because this is a huge project that is important for Indonesia,&rdquo; he went on.IPC is set to develop the New Priok with a planned total capacity of 13 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs) worth around Rp 24 trillion (US$2.5 billion), constructed in three phases.In the first phase, the firm will construct three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million TEUs and two fuel berths that are expected to be completed by the end of 2016.Each terminal will be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 6,000 TEUs to dock.In the future, the draft will be deepened up to 20 meters to cope with much larger ships.Jasa Marga plan to construct a 7-kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, expected to be finished before 2016.PC recently announced that Japan&rsquo;s Mitsui &amp; Co., Ltd. had won the tender to operate Kalibaru&rsquo;s first container terminal, beating Maersk Line and MEC.Source : Jakarta Post' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/independent-committee-set-up-to-monitor-kalibaru-port-32.html'> <img src='../content_images/Our-Next-Banner-02.jpg' width='100' align='left' title='Independent committee set up to monitor Kalibaru Port - To monitor the construction and operation of Kalibaru Port, or New Priok, touted to be the country&rsquo;s largest industrial port, the state-owned port company Pelindo II and the Vice Presidential Office have setup a supervisory committee.&nbsp;The committee consists of several prominent figures including former Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chairman Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas, economist Faisal Basri, Independent Research and Advisory Indonesia (IRAI) founder Lin Che Wei, Transparency International Indonesia (TII) secretary-general Natalia Soebagjo and capital market expert Ahmad Fikri Assegaf.Erry Riyana will head the committee.&ldquo;We need independent and credible people to monitor Kalibaru and ensure every process of the port development is in accordance with good corporate governance,&rdquo; said Richard Joost Lino, president director of Pelindo II, the Indonesian Port Corporation (IPC).Dani Rusli Utama, president director of PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia (PPI), was in line with Lino saying that an independent committee was important for transparency. PPI is a subsidiary of IPC that will manage and develop the port.&ldquo;The port belongs to the public and we want people who can represent the public to monitor the project. This is not only in the best interest of the people but also a reminder that we have to execute the project as best as we can,&rdquo; Dani said.The committee will work with the IPC and the PPI for two years with a possibility to extend the collaboration.The committee has the right to access any information about the port and can attend any directors meeting. They can also give input to the IPC and the PPI in selecting partners that will help the firms operate Kalibaru.Meanwhile, Erry Riyana said that the committee has had four meetings with the management of the firms regarding the development of the port.&ldquo;In the first stage, we are going to look at the documentation of Kalibaru. If we find any irregularities, we will report them to the commissioners, State-Owned Enterprises Ministry or Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; Erry said.The committee will even report to KPK or the police if there are any criminal indications in the development of the port.The committee visited Kalibaru Port recently to see the progress of the project.Piling, mat and breakwater projects are currently underway at the port.&ldquo;We are here also to make sure that they finish on time because this is a huge project that is important for Indonesia,&rdquo; he went on.IPC is set to develop the New Priok with a planned total capacity of 13 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs) worth around Rp 24 trillion (US$2.5 billion), constructed in three phases.In the first phase, the firm will construct three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million TEUs and two fuel berths that are expected to be completed by the end of 2016.Each terminal will be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 6,000 TEUs to dock.In the future, the draft will be deepened up to 20 meters to cope with much larger ships.Jasa Marga plan to construct a 7-kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, expected to be finished before 2016.PC recently announced that Japan&rsquo;s Mitsui &amp; Co., Ltd. had won the tender to operate Kalibaru&rsquo;s first container terminal, beating Maersk Line and MEC.Source : Jakarta Post' border='0' /></a> <p><img src="http://image.metrotvnews.com/bank_images/actual/136230.jpg" alt="" width="480" height="300" /><br /><br /><span>To monitor the construction and operation of Kalibaru Port, or New Priok, touted to be the country&rsquo;s largest industrial port, the state-owned port company Pelindo II and the Vice Presidential Office have setup a supervisory committee.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>The committee consists of several prominent figures including former Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chairman Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas, economist Faisal Basri, Independent Research and Advisory Indonesia (IRAI) founder Lin Che Wei, Transparency International Indonesia (TII) secretary-general Natalia Soebagjo and capital market expert Ahmad Fikri Assegaf.</span><br /><br /><span>Erry Riyana will head the committee.</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;We need independent and credible people to monitor Kalibaru and ensure every process of the port development is in accordance with good corporate governance,&rdquo; said Richard Joost Lino, president director of Pelindo II, the Indonesian Port Corporation (IPC).</span><br /><br /><span>Dani Rusli Utama, president director of PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia (PPI), was in line with Lino saying that an independent committee was important for transparency. PPI is a subsidiary of IPC that will manage and develop the port.</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;The port belongs to the public and we want people who can represent the public to monitor the project. This is not only in the best interest of the people but also a reminder that we have to execute the project as best as we can,&rdquo; Dani said.</span><br /><br /><span>The committee will work with the IPC and the PPI for two years with a possibility to extend the collaboration.</span><br /><br /><span>The committee has the right to access any information about the port and can attend any directors meeting. They can also give input to the IPC and the PPI in selecting partners that will help the firms operate Kalibaru.</span><br /><br /><span>Meanwhile, Erry Riyana said that the committee has had four meetings with the management of the firms regarding the development of the port.</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;In the first stage, we are going to look at the documentation of Kalibaru. If we find any irregularities, we will report them to the commissioners, State-Owned Enterprises Ministry or Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; Erry said.</span><br /><br /><span>The committee will even report to KPK or the police if there are any criminal indications in the development of the port.</span><br /><br /><span>The committee visited Kalibaru Port recently to see the progress of the project.</span><br /><br /><span>Piling, mat and breakwater projects are currently underway at the port.</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;We are here also to make sure that they finish on time because this is a huge project that is important for Indonesia,&rdquo; he went on.</span><br /><br /><span>IPC is set to develop the New Priok with a planned total capacity of 13 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs) worth around Rp 24 trillion (US$2.5 billion), constructed in three phases.</span><br /><br /><span>In the first phase, the firm will construct three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million TEUs and two fuel berths that are expected to be completed by the end of 2016.</span><br /><br /><span>Each terminal will be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 6,000 TEUs to dock.</span><br /><br /><span>In the future, the draft will be deepened up to 20 meters to cope with much larger ships.</span><br /><br /><span>Jasa Marga plan to construct a 7-</span><br /><span>kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, expected to be finished before 2016.</span><br /><br /><span>PC recently announced that Japan&rsquo;s Mitsui &amp; Co., Ltd. had won the tender to operate Kalibaru&rsquo;s first container terminal, beating Maersk Line and MEC.<br /><br /></span>Source : <a href="http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2013/03/07/independent-committee-set-monitor-kalibaru-port.html#.UTgy40c9jYQ.twitter" target="_blank">Jakarta Post</a></p> <p><a title='To monitor the construction and operation of Kalibaru Port, or New Priok, touted to be the country&rsquo;s largest industrial port, the state-owned port company Pelindo II and the Vice Presidential Office have setup a supervisory committee.&nbsp;The committee consists of several prominent figures including former Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) deputy chairman Erry Riyana Hardjapamekas, economist Faisal Basri, Independent Research and Advisory Indonesia (IRAI) founder Lin Che Wei, Transparency International Indonesia (TII) secretary-general Natalia Soebagjo and capital market expert Ahmad Fikri Assegaf.Erry Riyana will head the committee.&ldquo;We need independent and credible people to monitor Kalibaru and ensure every process of the port development is in accordance with good corporate governance,&rdquo; said Richard Joost Lino, president director of Pelindo II, the Indonesian Port Corporation (IPC).Dani Rusli Utama, president director of PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia (PPI), was in line with Lino saying that an independent committee was important for transparency. PPI is a subsidiary of IPC that will manage and develop the port.&ldquo;The port belongs to the public and we want people who can represent the public to monitor the project. This is not only in the best interest of the people but also a reminder that we have to execute the project as best as we can,&rdquo; Dani said.The committee will work with the IPC and the PPI for two years with a possibility to extend the collaboration.The committee has the right to access any information about the port and can attend any directors meeting. They can also give input to the IPC and the PPI in selecting partners that will help the firms operate Kalibaru.Meanwhile, Erry Riyana said that the committee has had four meetings with the management of the firms regarding the development of the port.&ldquo;In the first stage, we are going to look at the documentation of Kalibaru. If we find any irregularities, we will report them to the commissioners, State-Owned Enterprises Ministry or Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; Erry said.The committee will even report to KPK or the police if there are any criminal indications in the development of the port.The committee visited Kalibaru Port recently to see the progress of the project.Piling, mat and breakwater projects are currently underway at the port.&ldquo;We are here also to make sure that they finish on time because this is a huge project that is important for Indonesia,&rdquo; he went on.IPC is set to develop the New Priok with a planned total capacity of 13 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs) worth around Rp 24 trillion (US$2.5 billion), constructed in three phases.In the first phase, the firm will construct three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million TEUs and two fuel berths that are expected to be completed by the end of 2016.Each terminal will be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 6,000 TEUs to dock.In the future, the draft will be deepened up to 20 meters to cope with much larger ships.Jasa Marga plan to construct a 7-kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, expected to be finished before 2016.PC recently announced that Japan&rsquo;s Mitsui &amp; Co., Ltd. had won the tender to operate Kalibaru&rsquo;s first container terminal, beating Maersk Line and MEC.Source : Jakarta Post' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/independent-committee-set-up-to-monitor-kalibaru-port-32.html'>Read More</a> </p> <br clear='all'/> http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/independent-committee-set-up-to-monitor-kalibaru-port-32.html --07TMarch::00+07:00 AP http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/independent-committee-set-up-to-monitor-kalibaru-port-32.html PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation HTML Mitsui is the partner of IPC to operated Container Terminal <p><a title='Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) II set Mitsui &amp; Co. Ltd. of Japan as the preferred bidder to operate the container terminal at the terminal Kalibaru, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta."Mitsui is the first partner selected for New Terminal Priok for the construction, financing, and operation," said Richard Joost Lino, president director Pelindo II in a press release on Wednesday (27/2).According to Lino, Pelindo II agreement between Mitsui will drive operation of the ship in one container terminal in Kalibaru in September 2014."Kalibaru terminal will double the capacity of handling containers (container handling) at Tanjung Priok," he said.He explained Kalibaru Terminal will be the first terminal in Indonesia are able to serve the largest container ships that exist today.Furthermore, the terminal also allows it to serve Kalibaru sized Aframax tanker for tethered at Tanjung Priok."In the process of partner selection operator, Rothschild, Norton Rose and David Wignall Associates has served as an advisor IPC, while Herbert Smith Freehills, Ernst &amp; Young and became advisor Portek Mitsui," he said.Pelindo II, said Lino, will also be a partner for two container terminals and terminal petroleum / fuel. Investments allocated for the construction of Container Terminal Kalibaru approximately U.S. $ 2.5 billion, or about Rp24 trillion. (Wibowo / ADF)' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/mitsui-is-the-partner-of-ipc-to-operated-container-terminal-31.html'> <img src='../content_images/Our-Next-Banner-02.jpg' width='100' align='left' title='Mitsui is the partner of IPC to operated Container Terminal - Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) II set Mitsui &amp; Co. Ltd. of Japan as the preferred bidder to operate the container terminal at the terminal Kalibaru, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta."Mitsui is the first partner selected for New Terminal Priok for the construction, financing, and operation," said Richard Joost Lino, president director Pelindo II in a press release on Wednesday (27/2).According to Lino, Pelindo II agreement between Mitsui will drive operation of the ship in one container terminal in Kalibaru in September 2014."Kalibaru terminal will double the capacity of handling containers (container handling) at Tanjung Priok," he said.He explained Kalibaru Terminal will be the first terminal in Indonesia are able to serve the largest container ships that exist today.Furthermore, the terminal also allows it to serve Kalibaru sized Aframax tanker for tethered at Tanjung Priok."In the process of partner selection operator, Rothschild, Norton Rose and David Wignall Associates has served as an advisor IPC, while Herbert Smith Freehills, Ernst &amp; Young and became advisor Portek Mitsui," he said.Pelindo II, said Lino, will also be a partner for two container terminals and terminal petroleum / fuel. Investments allocated for the construction of Container Terminal Kalibaru approximately U.S. $ 2.5 billion, or about Rp24 trillion. (Wibowo / ADF)' border='0' /></a> <p><strong><strong><img src="http://image.metrotvnews.com/bank_images/actual/134399.jpg" alt="" width="630" height="380" /></strong><br /><br />Metrotvnews.com</strong>, Jakarta: PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) II set Mitsui &amp; Co. Ltd. of Japan as the preferred bidder to operate the container terminal at the terminal Kalibaru, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta.<br /><br />"Mitsui is the first partner selected for New Terminal Priok for the construction, financing, and operation," said Richard Joost Lino, president director Pelindo II in a press release on Wednesday (27/2).<br /><br />According to Lino, Pelindo II agreement between Mitsui will drive operation of the ship in one container terminal in Kalibaru in September 2014.<br /><br />"Kalibaru terminal will double the capacity of handling containers (container handling) at Tanjung Priok," he said.<br />He explained Kalibaru Terminal will be the first terminal in Indonesia are able to serve the largest container ships that exist today.<br /><br />Furthermore, the terminal also allows it to serve Kalibaru sized Aframax tanker for tethered at Tanjung Priok.<br />"In the process of partner selection operator, Rothschild, Norton Rose and David Wignall Associates has served as an advisor IPC, while Herbert Smith Freehills, Ernst &amp; Young and became advisor Portek Mitsui," he said.<br /><br />Pelindo II, said Lino, will also be a partner for two container terminals and terminal petroleum / fuel. Investments allocated for the construction of Container Terminal Kalibaru approximately U.S. $ 2.5 billion, or about Rp24 trillion. (Wibowo / ADF)</p> <p><a title='Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo) II set Mitsui &amp; Co. Ltd. of Japan as the preferred bidder to operate the container terminal at the terminal Kalibaru, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta."Mitsui is the first partner selected for New Terminal Priok for the construction, financing, and operation," said Richard Joost Lino, president director Pelindo II in a press release on Wednesday (27/2).According to Lino, Pelindo II agreement between Mitsui will drive operation of the ship in one container terminal in Kalibaru in September 2014."Kalibaru terminal will double the capacity of handling containers (container handling) at Tanjung Priok," he said.He explained Kalibaru Terminal will be the first terminal in Indonesia are able to serve the largest container ships that exist today.Furthermore, the terminal also allows it to serve Kalibaru sized Aframax tanker for tethered at Tanjung Priok."In the process of partner selection operator, Rothschild, Norton Rose and David Wignall Associates has served as an advisor IPC, while Herbert Smith Freehills, Ernst &amp; Young and became advisor Portek Mitsui," he said.Pelindo II, said Lino, will also be a partner for two container terminals and terminal petroleum / fuel. Investments allocated for the construction of Container Terminal Kalibaru approximately U.S. $ 2.5 billion, or about Rp24 trillion. (Wibowo / ADF)' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/mitsui-is-the-partner-of-ipc-to-operated-container-terminal-31.html'>Read More</a> </p> <br clear='all'/> http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/mitsui-is-the-partner-of-ipc-to-operated-container-terminal-31.html --05TMarch::00+07:00 AP http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/mitsui-is-the-partner-of-ipc-to-operated-container-terminal-31.html PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation HTML IPC has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) from the Ministry of Environment <p><a title='Jakarta, January 3, 2013 - PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) of the Ministry of Environment.&nbsp;With the issuance of the Minister of Environment Decree number 293 of 2012 concerning the construction and operation of an environmental permit terminal Kalibaru the IPC will soon implement groundbreaking as a sign of the start NewPriok development.New Priok development master plan phase 1, consisting of three container terminals as well as two oil and gas fuels. This port is designed with a depth of up to -20 mLWS draft with the first phase will be as deep as -16 mLWS dredging and shipping two-way flow of almost 300 meters wide to accelerate the flow of ship arrivals and departures. In Stage 1, the port will be built on an area of ​​195 hectares with a quay length of 4,000 meters and can accommodate containers up to 4.5 million TEUs.&nbsp;As mentioned earlier, the first terminal phase 1 construction is targeted to start operations in 2014. The overall construction of New Priok Port to be completed in 2023 and has a total capacity to 13 million TEUs. It is certain that the presence of New Priok Port will be able to boost the efficiency and national logistics chain so as to attract investors to invest in Indonesia. And it should be noted, this is the largest port development in Indonesia.&nbsp;New Priok Port will facilitate large ships EEE Class size to fit directly to Indonesia without the need for transshipment (Moving cargo to other ships, bigger / smaller) in other countries. Thus, IPC can assist businesses in reducing transportation and logistics costs, which in turn will drive the trade and economy of Indonesia.' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/ipc-has-officially-received-permission-of-eia-(environmental-impact-assessment)-from-the-ministry-of-environment-30.html'> <img src='../content_images/banner-newpriok.jpg' width='100' align='left' title='IPC has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) from the Ministry of Environment - Jakarta, January 3, 2013 - PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) of the Ministry of Environment.&nbsp;With the issuance of the Minister of Environment Decree number 293 of 2012 concerning the construction and operation of an environmental permit terminal Kalibaru the IPC will soon implement groundbreaking as a sign of the start NewPriok development.New Priok development master plan phase 1, consisting of three container terminals as well as two oil and gas fuels. This port is designed with a depth of up to -20 mLWS draft with the first phase will be as deep as -16 mLWS dredging and shipping two-way flow of almost 300 meters wide to accelerate the flow of ship arrivals and departures. In Stage 1, the port will be built on an area of ​​195 hectares with a quay length of 4,000 meters and can accommodate containers up to 4.5 million TEUs.&nbsp;As mentioned earlier, the first terminal phase 1 construction is targeted to start operations in 2014. The overall construction of New Priok Port to be completed in 2023 and has a total capacity to 13 million TEUs. It is certain that the presence of New Priok Port will be able to boost the efficiency and national logistics chain so as to attract investors to invest in Indonesia. And it should be noted, this is the largest port development in Indonesia.&nbsp;New Priok Port will facilitate large ships EEE Class size to fit directly to Indonesia without the need for transshipment (Moving cargo to other ships, bigger / smaller) in other countries. Thus, IPC can assist businesses in reducing transportation and logistics costs, which in turn will drive the trade and economy of Indonesia.' border='0' /></a> <p><strong><br /><img src="https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-snc7/p206x206/399267_446474435402357_2105959767_n.jpg" alt="" width="523" height="205" /><br /><br /><br />Jakarta, January 3, 2013 - </strong>PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) of the Ministry of Environment.<br />&nbsp;<br />With the issuance of the Minister of Environment Decree number 293 of 2012 concerning the construction and operation of an environmental permit terminal Kalibaru the IPC will soon implement groundbreaking as a sign of the start NewPriok development.<br /><br />New Priok development master plan phase 1, consisting of three container terminals as well as two oil and gas fuels. This port is designed with a depth of up to -20 mLWS draft with the first phase will be as deep as -16 mLWS dredging and shipping two-way flow of almost 300 meters wide to accelerate the flow of ship arrivals and departures. In Stage 1, the port will be built on an area of ​​195 hectares with a quay length of 4,000 meters and can accommodate containers up to 4.5 million TEUs.<br />&nbsp;<br />As mentioned earlier, the first terminal phase 1 construction is targeted to start operations in 2014. The overall construction of New Priok Port to be completed in 2023 and has a total capacity to 13 million TEUs. It is certain that the presence of New Priok Port will be able to boost the efficiency and national logistics chain so as to attract investors to invest in Indonesia. And it should be noted, this is the largest port development in Indonesia.<br />&nbsp;<br />New Priok Port will facilitate large ships EEE Class size to fit directly to Indonesia without the need for transshipment (Moving cargo to other ships, bigger / smaller) in other countries. Thus, IPC can assist businesses in reducing transportation and logistics costs, which in turn will drive the trade and economy of Indonesia.<strong><br /></strong></p> <p><a title='Jakarta, January 3, 2013 - PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) has officially received permission of EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) of the Ministry of Environment.&nbsp;With the issuance of the Minister of Environment Decree number 293 of 2012 concerning the construction and operation of an environmental permit terminal Kalibaru the IPC will soon implement groundbreaking as a sign of the start NewPriok development.New Priok development master plan phase 1, consisting of three container terminals as well as two oil and gas fuels. This port is designed with a depth of up to -20 mLWS draft with the first phase will be as deep as -16 mLWS dredging and shipping two-way flow of almost 300 meters wide to accelerate the flow of ship arrivals and departures. In Stage 1, the port will be built on an area of ​​195 hectares with a quay length of 4,000 meters and can accommodate containers up to 4.5 million TEUs.&nbsp;As mentioned earlier, the first terminal phase 1 construction is targeted to start operations in 2014. The overall construction of New Priok Port to be completed in 2023 and has a total capacity to 13 million TEUs. It is certain that the presence of New Priok Port will be able to boost the efficiency and national logistics chain so as to attract investors to invest in Indonesia. And it should be noted, this is the largest port development in Indonesia.&nbsp;New Priok Port will facilitate large ships EEE Class size to fit directly to Indonesia without the need for transshipment (Moving cargo to other ships, bigger / smaller) in other countries. Thus, IPC can assist businesses in reducing transportation and logistics costs, which in turn will drive the trade and economy of Indonesia.' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/ipc-has-officially-received-permission-of-eia-(environmental-impact-assessment)-from-the-ministry-of-environment-30.html'>Read More</a> </p> <br clear='all'/> http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/ipc-has-officially-received-permission-of-eia-(environmental-impact-assessment)-from-the-ministry-of-environment-30.html --04TJanuary::00+07:00 AP http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/ipc-has-officially-received-permission-of-eia-(environmental-impact-assessment)-from-the-ministry-of-environment-30.html PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation HTML Shipping News Asia : Multi Terminal Indonesia IPO <p><a title='MTI was spun off from Pelabuhan Indonesia II, known simply as Pelindo II, in 2002. It handles logistics, container terminals and multipurpose terminals for customers using the port at Tanjung Priok. Pelindo II controls a 99 percent stake in MTI, with the remainder owned by a cooperative of Tanjung Priok port employees. &ldquo;MTI needs Rp 300 billion in funds for its expansion next year. The funds are expected to be secured from an IPO,&rdquo; Mulyono, the finance director of Pelindo II, told Investor Daily on Tuesday. He added that the IPO is slated for the second half of 2013. However, if the IPO falls through, Pelindo II will allow MTI to separately sell bonds. As for Pelindo II itself, the company has announced a plan to sell up to Rp 3.5 trillion worth of bonds to help finance its expansion. &ldquo;The proceeds [from the bonds sales] will be used to help finance the [first] phase [of] construction of the Kalibaru terminal, as well as [raise] working capital for the company in general. Mulyono had said on Sept. 20 that the port operator needs $4 billion to build the Kalibaru Port, also known as the &ldquo;New Priok Port,&rdquo; which is situated seven kilometers west of Tanjung Priok in North Jakarta. The company will divide investment spending into two phases: $2.5 billion for the first phase and $1.5 billion for the second. The construction of the first section is expected to be completed in 2014, while the second phase will begin in 2018 and is expected to be completed in 2022. Investment for the first stage will cover a plan to build thee container terminals with a combined capacity of 4.5 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs), two fuel oil terminals and a gas terminal with a combined capacity of nine million tons per year. Once the second phase is completed, four more terminals will be added, bringing the total container handling capacity of the New Priok Port to 12.5 million TEUs. Pelindo II wants to increase its port handling capacity in Tanjung Priok Port, the busiest port in Indonesia that it operates, since strong domestic economic growth has fueled a rapid boom in the container handling business, with more goods flowing through the port. With faster processing and a greater capacity, businesses are expecting to cut logistics costs while the operator can also increase revenue and contribute to the state through taxes. Source : Livetradingnews.com' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/shipping-news-asia-;-multi-terminal-indonesia-ipo-29.html'> <img src='../content_images/mt_20pelepas.jpg' width='100' align='left' title='Shipping News Asia : Multi Terminal Indonesia IPO - MTI was spun off from Pelabuhan Indonesia II, known simply as Pelindo II, in 2002. It handles logistics, container terminals and multipurpose terminals for customers using the port at Tanjung Priok. Pelindo II controls a 99 percent stake in MTI, with the remainder owned by a cooperative of Tanjung Priok port employees. &ldquo;MTI needs Rp 300 billion in funds for its expansion next year. The funds are expected to be secured from an IPO,&rdquo; Mulyono, the finance director of Pelindo II, told Investor Daily on Tuesday. He added that the IPO is slated for the second half of 2013. However, if the IPO falls through, Pelindo II will allow MTI to separately sell bonds. As for Pelindo II itself, the company has announced a plan to sell up to Rp 3.5 trillion worth of bonds to help finance its expansion. &ldquo;The proceeds [from the bonds sales] will be used to help finance the [first] phase [of] construction of the Kalibaru terminal, as well as [raise] working capital for the company in general. Mulyono had said on Sept. 20 that the port operator needs $4 billion to build the Kalibaru Port, also known as the &ldquo;New Priok Port,&rdquo; which is situated seven kilometers west of Tanjung Priok in North Jakarta. The company will divide investment spending into two phases: $2.5 billion for the first phase and $1.5 billion for the second. The construction of the first section is expected to be completed in 2014, while the second phase will begin in 2018 and is expected to be completed in 2022. Investment for the first stage will cover a plan to build thee container terminals with a combined capacity of 4.5 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs), two fuel oil terminals and a gas terminal with a combined capacity of nine million tons per year. Once the second phase is completed, four more terminals will be added, bringing the total container handling capacity of the New Priok Port to 12.5 million TEUs. Pelindo II wants to increase its port handling capacity in Tanjung Priok Port, the busiest port in Indonesia that it operates, since strong domestic economic growth has fueled a rapid boom in the container handling business, with more goods flowing through the port. With faster processing and a greater capacity, businesses are expecting to cut logistics costs while the operator can also increase revenue and contribute to the state through taxes. Source : Livetradingnews.com' border='0' /></a> <p>MTI was spun off from Pelabuhan Indonesia II, known simply as Pelindo II, in 2002. It handles logistics, container terminals and multipurpose terminals for customers using the port at Tanjung Priok.</p> <p>Pelindo II controls a 99 percent stake in MTI, with the remainder owned by a cooperative of Tanjung Priok port employees.</p> <p>&ldquo;MTI needs Rp 300 billion in funds for its expansion next year. The funds are expected to be secured from an IPO,&rdquo; Mulyono, the finance director of Pelindo II, told Investor Daily on Tuesday.</p> <p>He added that the IPO is slated for the second half of 2013. However, if the IPO falls through, Pelindo II will allow MTI to separately sell bonds.</p> <p>As for Pelindo II itself, the company has announced a plan to sell up to Rp 3.5 trillion worth of bonds to help finance its expansion.</p> <p>&ldquo;The proceeds [from the bonds sales] will be used to help finance the [first] phase [of] construction of the Kalibaru terminal, as well as [raise] working capital for the company in general.</p> <p>Mulyono had said on Sept. 20 that the port operator needs $4 billion to build the Kalibaru Port, also known as the &ldquo;New Priok Port,&rdquo; which is situated seven kilometers west of Tanjung Priok in North Jakarta.</p> <p>The company will divide investment spending into two phases: $2.5 billion for the first phase and $1.5 billion for the second.</p> <p>The construction of the first section is expected to be completed in 2014, while the second phase will begin in 2018 and is expected to be completed in 2022.</p> <p>Investment for the first stage will cover a plan to build thee container terminals with a combined capacity of 4.5 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs), two fuel oil terminals and a gas terminal with a combined capacity of nine million tons per year.</p> <p>Once the second phase is completed, four more terminals will be added, bringing the total container handling capacity of the New Priok Port to 12.5 million TEUs.</p> <p>Pelindo II wants to increase its port handling capacity in Tanjung Priok Port, the busiest port in Indonesia that it operates, since strong domestic economic growth has fueled a rapid boom in the container handling business, with more goods flowing through the port.</p> <p>With faster processing and a greater capacity, businesses are expecting to cut logistics costs while the operator can also increase revenue and contribute to the state through taxes.</p> <p>Source : <a href="http://www.livetradingnews.com/shipping-news-asia-multi-terminal-indonesia-ipo-trai-thien-usa-inc-otc-marketstrth-89416.htm#.UJM2Om_qmSo" target="_blank">Livetradingnews.com</a></p> <p><a title='MTI was spun off from Pelabuhan Indonesia II, known simply as Pelindo II, in 2002. It handles logistics, container terminals and multipurpose terminals for customers using the port at Tanjung Priok. Pelindo II controls a 99 percent stake in MTI, with the remainder owned by a cooperative of Tanjung Priok port employees. &ldquo;MTI needs Rp 300 billion in funds for its expansion next year. The funds are expected to be secured from an IPO,&rdquo; Mulyono, the finance director of Pelindo II, told Investor Daily on Tuesday. He added that the IPO is slated for the second half of 2013. However, if the IPO falls through, Pelindo II will allow MTI to separately sell bonds. As for Pelindo II itself, the company has announced a plan to sell up to Rp 3.5 trillion worth of bonds to help finance its expansion. &ldquo;The proceeds [from the bonds sales] will be used to help finance the [first] phase [of] construction of the Kalibaru terminal, as well as [raise] working capital for the company in general. Mulyono had said on Sept. 20 that the port operator needs $4 billion to build the Kalibaru Port, also known as the &ldquo;New Priok Port,&rdquo; which is situated seven kilometers west of Tanjung Priok in North Jakarta. The company will divide investment spending into two phases: $2.5 billion for the first phase and $1.5 billion for the second. The construction of the first section is expected to be completed in 2014, while the second phase will begin in 2018 and is expected to be completed in 2022. Investment for the first stage will cover a plan to build thee container terminals with a combined capacity of 4.5 million twenty foot equivalent units (TEUs), two fuel oil terminals and a gas terminal with a combined capacity of nine million tons per year. Once the second phase is completed, four more terminals will be added, bringing the total container handling capacity of the New Priok Port to 12.5 million TEUs. Pelindo II wants to increase its port handling capacity in Tanjung Priok Port, the busiest port in Indonesia that it operates, since strong domestic economic growth has fueled a rapid boom in the container handling business, with more goods flowing through the port. With faster processing and a greater capacity, businesses are expecting to cut logistics costs while the operator can also increase revenue and contribute to the state through taxes. Source : Livetradingnews.com' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/shipping-news-asia-;-multi-terminal-indonesia-ipo-29.html'>Read More</a> </p> <br clear='all'/> http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/shipping-news-asia-;-multi-terminal-indonesia-ipo-29.html --02TNovember::00+07:00 AP http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/shipping-news-asia-;-multi-terminal-indonesia-ipo-29.html PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation HTML Jasa Marga, Pelindo II to build Rp 4t toll road <p><a title='JAKARTA. Publicly listed highway company PT Jasa Marga and state owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II) signed on Friday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a plan to develop a toll road to ease traffic to Kalibaru Port in North Jakarta.&nbsp;&ldquo;This is a toll road heading to the port. The road is also part of efforts to unravel congestion around the Tanjung Priok area,&rdquo; Jasa Marga president director Adityawarman said after the signing.&nbsp;The road, according to Adityawarman, will be 7 kilometers long and include an elevated 4-kilometer stretch over the sea.&ldquo;The project is estimated to cost Rp 4 trillion [US$416 million]. About 25 percent will be financed by internal cash and the other 75 percent by loans from local banks,&rdquo; Adityawarman said.Construction is expected to start before the end of the year and be complete by 2014, when the first stage of development of Kalibaru Port is complete.&nbsp;Plans call for the toll road to connect Kalibaru Port with the Jakarta Outer Ring Road.&nbsp;&ldquo;When the access road is finished, trucks will be able to make four to five trips a day, compared to currently only one trip due to congestion in the area,&rdquo; Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said.Pelindo II is working on the development of Kalibaru Port to support the country&rsquo;s main port, Tanjung Priok, which has been operating over capacity. The development of Kalibaru, also known as New Priok, will need US$4 billion, according to estimates.Pelindo II obtained a concession to operate Kalibaru Port for 99 years. Lino said that construction would start next week. The port operator has appointed PT PP to build the project.Part of the planned toll road will use land owned by industrial bonded zone developer PT Kawasan Berikat Nusantara (KBN). Pelindo also signed on Friday an agreement with KBN to integrate the development of New Priok with KBN&rsquo;s area, which will be the main gateway to the terminals.&nbsp;&ldquo;KBN will benefit because the sale value of its industrial areas will also increase because of the improvement of traffic. The price may increase to Rp 6 million per square meter from a current Rp 800,000,&rdquo; KBN president director Raharjo Arjosiswoyo said.&nbsp;Raharjo said that KBN has 90 hectares in Marunda of North Jakarta that will be passed by Jasa Marga-Pelindo II toll road.&nbsp;Lino said that the port operator also planned to build a railroad along the road.Pelindo II has also asked the Public Works Ministry to also clear land for the railroad development. (Raras Cahyafitri/ The Jakarta Post)Source : kontan.co.id' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/jasa-marga,-pelindo-ii-to-build-rp-4t-toll-road-28.html'> <img src='../content_images/850321536p.jpg' width='100' align='left' title='Jasa Marga, Pelindo II to build Rp 4t toll road - JAKARTA. Publicly listed highway company PT Jasa Marga and state owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II) signed on Friday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a plan to develop a toll road to ease traffic to Kalibaru Port in North Jakarta.&nbsp;&ldquo;This is a toll road heading to the port. The road is also part of efforts to unravel congestion around the Tanjung Priok area,&rdquo; Jasa Marga president director Adityawarman said after the signing.&nbsp;The road, according to Adityawarman, will be 7 kilometers long and include an elevated 4-kilometer stretch over the sea.&ldquo;The project is estimated to cost Rp 4 trillion [US$416 million]. About 25 percent will be financed by internal cash and the other 75 percent by loans from local banks,&rdquo; Adityawarman said.Construction is expected to start before the end of the year and be complete by 2014, when the first stage of development of Kalibaru Port is complete.&nbsp;Plans call for the toll road to connect Kalibaru Port with the Jakarta Outer Ring Road.&nbsp;&ldquo;When the access road is finished, trucks will be able to make four to five trips a day, compared to currently only one trip due to congestion in the area,&rdquo; Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said.Pelindo II is working on the development of Kalibaru Port to support the country&rsquo;s main port, Tanjung Priok, which has been operating over capacity. The development of Kalibaru, also known as New Priok, will need US$4 billion, according to estimates.Pelindo II obtained a concession to operate Kalibaru Port for 99 years. Lino said that construction would start next week. The port operator has appointed PT PP to build the project.Part of the planned toll road will use land owned by industrial bonded zone developer PT Kawasan Berikat Nusantara (KBN). Pelindo also signed on Friday an agreement with KBN to integrate the development of New Priok with KBN&rsquo;s area, which will be the main gateway to the terminals.&nbsp;&ldquo;KBN will benefit because the sale value of its industrial areas will also increase because of the improvement of traffic. The price may increase to Rp 6 million per square meter from a current Rp 800,000,&rdquo; KBN president director Raharjo Arjosiswoyo said.&nbsp;Raharjo said that KBN has 90 hectares in Marunda of North Jakarta that will be passed by Jasa Marga-Pelindo II toll road.&nbsp;Lino said that the port operator also planned to build a railroad along the road.Pelindo II has also asked the Public Works Ministry to also clear land for the railroad development. (Raras Cahyafitri/ The Jakarta Post)Source : kontan.co.id' border='0' /></a> <p><span><img src="http://photo.kontan.co.id/photo/2012/09/11/850321536p.jpg" alt="" width="674" height="378" /><br /><br />JAKARTA. Publicly listed highway company PT Jasa Marga and state owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II) signed on Friday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a plan to develop a toll road to ease traffic to Kalibaru Port in North Jakarta.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;This is a toll road heading to the port. The road is also part of efforts to unravel congestion around the Tanjung Priok area,&rdquo; Jasa Marga president director Adityawarman said after the signing.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>The road, according to Adityawarman, will be 7 kilometers long and include an elevated 4-kilometer stretch over the sea.</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;The project is estimated to cost Rp 4 trillion [US$416 million]. About 25 percent will be financed by internal cash and the other 75 percent by loans from local banks,&rdquo; Adityawarman said.</span><br /><br /><span>Construction is expected to start before the end of the year and be complete by 2014, when the first stage of development of Kalibaru Port is complete.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>Plans call for the toll road to connect Kalibaru Port with the Jakarta Outer Ring Road.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;When the access road is finished, trucks will be able to make four to five trips a day, compared to currently only one trip due to congestion in the area,&rdquo; Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said.</span><br /><br /><span>Pelindo II is working on the development of Kalibaru Port to support the country&rsquo;s main port, Tanjung Priok, which has been operating over capacity. The development of Kalibaru, also known as New Priok, will need US$4 billion, according to estimates.</span><br /><br /><span>Pelindo II obtained a concession to operate Kalibaru Port for 99 years. Lino said that construction would start next week. The port operator has appointed PT PP to build the project.</span><br /><br /><span>Part of the planned toll road will use land owned by industrial bonded zone developer PT Kawasan Berikat Nusantara (KBN). Pelindo also signed on Friday an agreement with KBN to integrate the development of New Priok with KBN&rsquo;s area, which will be the main gateway to the terminals.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>&ldquo;KBN will benefit because the sale value of its industrial areas will also increase because of the improvement of traffic. The price may increase to Rp 6 million per square meter from a current Rp 800,000,&rdquo; KBN president director Raharjo Arjosiswoyo said.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>Raharjo said that KBN has 90 hectares in Marunda of North Jakarta that will be passed by Jasa Marga-Pelindo II toll road.&nbsp;</span><br /><br /><span>Lino said that the port operator also planned to build a railroad along the road.</span><br /><br /><span>Pelindo II has also asked the Public Works Ministry to also clear land for the railroad development. (Raras Cahyafitri/ The Jakarta Post)<br /><br /></span>Source : <a href="http://english.kontan.co.id/news/jasa-marga-pelindo-ii-to-build-rp-4t-toll-road/2012/09/08" target="_blank">kontan.co.id</a></p> <p><a title='JAKARTA. Publicly listed highway company PT Jasa Marga and state owned port operator PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II) signed on Friday a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on a plan to develop a toll road to ease traffic to Kalibaru Port in North Jakarta.&nbsp;&ldquo;This is a toll road heading to the port. The road is also part of efforts to unravel congestion around the Tanjung Priok area,&rdquo; Jasa Marga president director Adityawarman said after the signing.&nbsp;The road, according to Adityawarman, will be 7 kilometers long and include an elevated 4-kilometer stretch over the sea.&ldquo;The project is estimated to cost Rp 4 trillion [US$416 million]. About 25 percent will be financed by internal cash and the other 75 percent by loans from local banks,&rdquo; Adityawarman said.Construction is expected to start before the end of the year and be complete by 2014, when the first stage of development of Kalibaru Port is complete.&nbsp;Plans call for the toll road to connect Kalibaru Port with the Jakarta Outer Ring Road.&nbsp;&ldquo;When the access road is finished, trucks will be able to make four to five trips a day, compared to currently only one trip due to congestion in the area,&rdquo; Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said.Pelindo II is working on the development of Kalibaru Port to support the country&rsquo;s main port, Tanjung Priok, which has been operating over capacity. The development of Kalibaru, also known as New Priok, will need US$4 billion, according to estimates.Pelindo II obtained a concession to operate Kalibaru Port for 99 years. Lino said that construction would start next week. The port operator has appointed PT PP to build the project.Part of the planned toll road will use land owned by industrial bonded zone developer PT Kawasan Berikat Nusantara (KBN). Pelindo also signed on Friday an agreement with KBN to integrate the development of New Priok with KBN&rsquo;s area, which will be the main gateway to the terminals.&nbsp;&ldquo;KBN will benefit because the sale value of its industrial areas will also increase because of the improvement of traffic. The price may increase to Rp 6 million per square meter from a current Rp 800,000,&rdquo; KBN president director Raharjo Arjosiswoyo said.&nbsp;Raharjo said that KBN has 90 hectares in Marunda of North Jakarta that will be passed by Jasa Marga-Pelindo II toll road.&nbsp;Lino said that the port operator also planned to build a railroad along the road.Pelindo II has also asked the Public Works Ministry to also clear land for the railroad development. (Raras Cahyafitri/ The Jakarta Post)Source : kontan.co.id' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/jasa-marga,-pelindo-ii-to-build-rp-4t-toll-road-28.html'>Read More</a> </p> <br clear='all'/> http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/jasa-marga,-pelindo-ii-to-build-rp-4t-toll-road-28.html --17TSeptember::00+07:00 AP http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/jasa-marga,-pelindo-ii-to-build-rp-4t-toll-road-28.html PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation HTML Pelindo II gets 70-year right to operate Newpriok <p><a title='State-owned port operator Pelindo II, also known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC), has secured a concession right of 70 years to operate the country&rsquo;s largest port, which is to be built in Kalibaru, adjacent to Tanjung Priok Port in North Jakarta. The concession right is shorter than the 99 years demanded by Pelindo II, but the Transportation Ministry has given the company an option to renew the concession for another 25 years. Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said that the government&rsquo;s decision to award the 70-year concession paved the way for the company to begin the long-waited construction of the port, which is also called New Tanjung Priok port. &ldquo;We are going to start the first phase of the project on Sept. 17 and we are optimistic it will commence operations in 2014,&rdquo; Lino told reporters in Jakarta following the signing of the concession right. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was scheduled to open the ground-breaking ceremony, he said. The company is going to develop three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million 20-foot equivalent units (TEUs), and two fuel berths, with a total investment of up to US$2.5 billion.&nbsp; Each terminal would be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 5,000 TEUs to dock.&nbsp; He also said that they would construct a 7-kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, which would cost Rp 1.7 trillion (US$178.5 million) in the first phase.&nbsp; &ldquo;The toll road is not a Public Works Ministry project. This belongs to us under a permit from the Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; he said.&nbsp; He said that the company would build the project by using its internal cash, advanced payments from operators such as Maersk Line and loans from national private banks.&nbsp; They also plan to raise Rp 2 trillion ($214 million) from bond issuance sometime in September.&nbsp; &ldquo;Besides that, we have set up PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia to operate the port after the construction is finished,&rdquo; he added.&nbsp; In addition, he said that the second phase of the project would begin in 2018, by constructing four container terminals with a total capacity of 8 million TEUs.&nbsp; The second phase is predicted to cost $1.5 billion and be finished in 2022.&nbsp; Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa, who attended the signing ceremony of the concession, said that Kalibaru was one of the most important infrastructure projects in the country to help accelerate economic growth.&nbsp; &ldquo;Kalibaru is an important project stated in the Sislognas [Logistics National System] document and connectivity blueprint that supports the acceleration and expansion of our economic development. I am very glad that we can construct this project,&rdquo; Hatta said.&nbsp; Leon added that the country&rsquo;s busiest port, Tanjung Priok, needed more facilities to keep up with increasing container traffic. &ldquo;Container traffic in Tanjung Priok increases by 25 percent every year. Kalibaru will help ease that,&rdquo; Leon said. &nbsp; Source : JakartaPost.com' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/pelindo-ii-gets-70-year-right-to-operate-newpriok-27.html'> <img src='../content_images/news3.jpg' width='100' align='left' title='Pelindo II gets 70-year right to operate Newpriok - State-owned port operator Pelindo II, also known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC), has secured a concession right of 70 years to operate the country&rsquo;s largest port, which is to be built in Kalibaru, adjacent to Tanjung Priok Port in North Jakarta. The concession right is shorter than the 99 years demanded by Pelindo II, but the Transportation Ministry has given the company an option to renew the concession for another 25 years. Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said that the government&rsquo;s decision to award the 70-year concession paved the way for the company to begin the long-waited construction of the port, which is also called New Tanjung Priok port. &ldquo;We are going to start the first phase of the project on Sept. 17 and we are optimistic it will commence operations in 2014,&rdquo; Lino told reporters in Jakarta following the signing of the concession right. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was scheduled to open the ground-breaking ceremony, he said. The company is going to develop three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million 20-foot equivalent units (TEUs), and two fuel berths, with a total investment of up to US$2.5 billion.&nbsp; Each terminal would be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 5,000 TEUs to dock.&nbsp; He also said that they would construct a 7-kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, which would cost Rp 1.7 trillion (US$178.5 million) in the first phase.&nbsp; &ldquo;The toll road is not a Public Works Ministry project. This belongs to us under a permit from the Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; he said.&nbsp; He said that the company would build the project by using its internal cash, advanced payments from operators such as Maersk Line and loans from national private banks.&nbsp; They also plan to raise Rp 2 trillion ($214 million) from bond issuance sometime in September.&nbsp; &ldquo;Besides that, we have set up PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia to operate the port after the construction is finished,&rdquo; he added.&nbsp; In addition, he said that the second phase of the project would begin in 2018, by constructing four container terminals with a total capacity of 8 million TEUs.&nbsp; The second phase is predicted to cost $1.5 billion and be finished in 2022.&nbsp; Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa, who attended the signing ceremony of the concession, said that Kalibaru was one of the most important infrastructure projects in the country to help accelerate economic growth.&nbsp; &ldquo;Kalibaru is an important project stated in the Sislognas [Logistics National System] document and connectivity blueprint that supports the acceleration and expansion of our economic development. I am very glad that we can construct this project,&rdquo; Hatta said.&nbsp; Leon added that the country&rsquo;s busiest port, Tanjung Priok, needed more facilities to keep up with increasing container traffic. &ldquo;Container traffic in Tanjung Priok increases by 25 percent every year. Kalibaru will help ease that,&rdquo; Leon said. &nbsp; Source : JakartaPost.com' border='0' /></a> <p>State-owned port operator Pelindo II, also known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC), has secured a concession right of 70 years to operate the country&rsquo;s largest port, which is to be built in Kalibaru, adjacent to Tanjung Priok Port in North Jakarta.<br /> <br /> The concession right is shorter than the 99 years demanded by Pelindo II, but the Transportation Ministry has given the company an option to renew the concession for another 25 years.<br /> <br /> Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said that the government&rsquo;s decision to award the 70-year concession paved the way for the company to begin the long-waited construction of the port, which is also called New Tanjung Priok port.<br /> <br /> &ldquo;We are going to start the first phase of the project on Sept. 17 and we are optimistic it will commence operations in 2014,&rdquo; Lino told reporters in Jakarta following the signing of the concession right. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was scheduled to open the ground-breaking ceremony, he said. The company is going to develop three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million 20-foot equivalent units (TEUs), and two fuel berths, with a total investment of up to US$2.5 billion.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Each terminal would be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 5,000 TEUs to dock.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> He also said that they would construct a 7-kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, which would cost Rp 1.7 trillion (US$178.5 million) in the first phase.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> &ldquo;The toll road is not a Public Works Ministry project. This belongs to us under a permit from the Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; he said.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> He said that the company would build the project by using its internal cash, advanced payments from operators such as Maersk Line and loans from national private banks.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> They also plan to raise Rp 2 trillion ($214 million) from bond issuance sometime in September.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> &ldquo;Besides that, we have set up PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia to operate the port after the construction is finished,&rdquo; he added.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> In addition, he said that the second phase of the project would begin in 2018, by constructing four container terminals with a total capacity of 8 million TEUs.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> The second phase is predicted to cost $1.5 billion and be finished in 2022.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa, who attended the signing ceremony of the concession, said that Kalibaru was one of the most important infrastructure projects in the country to help accelerate economic growth.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> &ldquo;Kalibaru is an important project stated in the Sislognas [Logistics National System] document and connectivity blueprint that supports the acceleration and expansion of our economic development. I am very glad that we can construct this project,&rdquo; Hatta said.&nbsp;<br /> <br /> Leon added that the country&rsquo;s busiest port, Tanjung Priok, needed more facilities to keep up with increasing container traffic. &ldquo;Container traffic in Tanjung Priok increases by 25 percent every year. Kalibaru will help ease that,&rdquo; Leon said.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><em>Source</em> : <a href="../main.php" target="_blank">JakartaPost.com</a></p> <p><a title='State-owned port operator Pelindo II, also known as Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC), has secured a concession right of 70 years to operate the country&rsquo;s largest port, which is to be built in Kalibaru, adjacent to Tanjung Priok Port in North Jakarta. The concession right is shorter than the 99 years demanded by Pelindo II, but the Transportation Ministry has given the company an option to renew the concession for another 25 years. Pelindo II president director Richard Joost Lino said that the government&rsquo;s decision to award the 70-year concession paved the way for the company to begin the long-waited construction of the port, which is also called New Tanjung Priok port. &ldquo;We are going to start the first phase of the project on Sept. 17 and we are optimistic it will commence operations in 2014,&rdquo; Lino told reporters in Jakarta following the signing of the concession right. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono was scheduled to open the ground-breaking ceremony, he said. The company is going to develop three container terminals with a total capacity of 4.5 million 20-foot equivalent units (TEUs), and two fuel berths, with a total investment of up to US$2.5 billion.&nbsp; Each terminal would be built with draft of 16 meters, allowing a ship as large as 5,000 TEUs to dock.&nbsp; He also said that they would construct a 7-kilometer toll road connecting Marunda Logistics Park to the new port, which would cost Rp 1.7 trillion (US$178.5 million) in the first phase.&nbsp; &ldquo;The toll road is not a Public Works Ministry project. This belongs to us under a permit from the Transportation Ministry,&rdquo; he said.&nbsp; He said that the company would build the project by using its internal cash, advanced payments from operators such as Maersk Line and loans from national private banks.&nbsp; They also plan to raise Rp 2 trillion ($214 million) from bond issuance sometime in September.&nbsp; &ldquo;Besides that, we have set up PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia to operate the port after the construction is finished,&rdquo; he added.&nbsp; In addition, he said that the second phase of the project would begin in 2018, by constructing four container terminals with a total capacity of 8 million TEUs.&nbsp; The second phase is predicted to cost $1.5 billion and be finished in 2022.&nbsp; Coordinating Economic Minister Hatta Rajasa, who attended the signing ceremony of the concession, said that Kalibaru was one of the most important infrastructure projects in the country to help accelerate economic growth.&nbsp; &ldquo;Kalibaru is an important project stated in the Sislognas [Logistics National System] document and connectivity blueprint that supports the acceleration and expansion of our economic development. I am very glad that we can construct this project,&rdquo; Hatta said.&nbsp; Leon added that the country&rsquo;s busiest port, Tanjung Priok, needed more facilities to keep up with increasing container traffic. &ldquo;Container traffic in Tanjung Priok increases by 25 percent every year. Kalibaru will help ease that,&rdquo; Leon said. &nbsp; Source : JakartaPost.com' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/pelindo-ii-gets-70-year-right-to-operate-newpriok-27.html'>Read More</a> </p> <br clear='all'/> http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/pelindo-ii-gets-70-year-right-to-operate-newpriok-27.html --12TSeptember::00+07:00 AP http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/pelindo-ii-gets-70-year-right-to-operate-newpriok-27.html PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation HTML Three SOEs Cooperation Develops The New Tanjung Priok <p><a title='Jakarta - Today 3 SOEs Cooperation signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding / MoU) district. There are 2 types of enterprise agreements made ​​by this three companies. The first MoU between PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II / IPC) and PT Jasa Marga Tbk undertake joint development and operation of the toll road access to the Port of The New Tanjung Priok or Kalibaru and utilization of the highway from Jakarta to Tangerang, Jakarta-Bogor and Jakarta-Cikampek. In the second MoU between PT Pelindo II, PT Jasa Marga Tbk, and PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (KBN) integration cooperation The New Tanjung Priok port by KBN Marunda as well as the construction and operation of toll roads The New Tanjung Priok-KBN Marunda. Pelindo II president director RJ Lino claimed cooperation with Jasa Marga in building access toll devoted to unravel congestion and facilitate access to and exit The Tanjung Priok. "The New Tanjung Priok should start operating in 2014 certainly needed the help of pesusahaan have bepengalaman handle the construction and operation of toll roads are like Jasa Marga," said Lino at the Ministry of SOEs Jakarta, Friday (07/09/2012). &nbsp; (feb/dru)&nbsp; Sumber : http://finance.detik.com/read/2012/09/07/180429/2011635/4/tiga-bumn-kerjasama-kembangkan-the-new-tanjung-priok' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/three-soes-cooperation-develops-the-new-tanjung-priok-26.html'> <img src='../content_images/news2.jpg' width='100' align='left' title='Three SOEs Cooperation Develops The New Tanjung Priok - Jakarta - Today 3 SOEs Cooperation signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding / MoU) district. There are 2 types of enterprise agreements made ​​by this three companies. The first MoU between PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II / IPC) and PT Jasa Marga Tbk undertake joint development and operation of the toll road access to the Port of The New Tanjung Priok or Kalibaru and utilization of the highway from Jakarta to Tangerang, Jakarta-Bogor and Jakarta-Cikampek. In the second MoU between PT Pelindo II, PT Jasa Marga Tbk, and PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (KBN) integration cooperation The New Tanjung Priok port by KBN Marunda as well as the construction and operation of toll roads The New Tanjung Priok-KBN Marunda. Pelindo II president director RJ Lino claimed cooperation with Jasa Marga in building access toll devoted to unravel congestion and facilitate access to and exit The Tanjung Priok. "The New Tanjung Priok should start operating in 2014 certainly needed the help of pesusahaan have bepengalaman handle the construction and operation of toll roads are like Jasa Marga," said Lino at the Ministry of SOEs Jakarta, Friday (07/09/2012). &nbsp; (feb/dru)&nbsp; Sumber : http://finance.detik.com/read/2012/09/07/180429/2011635/4/tiga-bumn-kerjasama-kembangkan-the-new-tanjung-priok' border='0' /></a> <p><strong>Jakarta</strong> - Today 3 SOEs Cooperation signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding / MoU) district. There are 2 types of enterprise agreements made ​​by this three companies.</p> <p>The first MoU between PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II / IPC) and PT Jasa Marga Tbk undertake joint development and operation of the toll road access to the Port of The New Tanjung Priok or Kalibaru and utilization of the highway from Jakarta to Tangerang, Jakarta-Bogor and Jakarta-Cikampek.</p> <p>In the second MoU between PT Pelindo II, PT Jasa Marga Tbk, and PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (KBN) integration cooperation The New Tanjung Priok port by KBN Marunda as well as the construction and operation of toll roads The New Tanjung Priok-KBN Marunda.</p> <p>Pelindo II president director RJ Lino claimed cooperation with Jasa Marga in building access toll devoted to unravel congestion and facilitate access to and exit The Tanjung Priok.</p> <p>"The New Tanjung Priok should start operating in 2014 certainly needed the help of pesusahaan have bepengalaman handle the construction and operation of toll roads are like Jasa Marga," said Lino at the Ministry of SOEs Jakarta, Friday (07/09/2012).</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><br /> <strong>(feb/dru)</strong>&nbsp; <em><br /> </em></p> <p><em>Sumber</em> : <a href="http://finance.detik.com/read/2012/09/07/180429/2011635/4/tiga-bumn-kerjasama-kembangkan-the-new-tanjung-priok">http://finance.detik.com/read/2012/09/07/180429/2011635/4/tiga-bumn-kerjasama-kembangkan-the-new-tanjung-priok</a></p> <p><a title='Jakarta - Today 3 SOEs Cooperation signed a MoU (Memorandum of Understanding / MoU) district. There are 2 types of enterprise agreements made ​​by this three companies. The first MoU between PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II / IPC) and PT Jasa Marga Tbk undertake joint development and operation of the toll road access to the Port of The New Tanjung Priok or Kalibaru and utilization of the highway from Jakarta to Tangerang, Jakarta-Bogor and Jakarta-Cikampek. In the second MoU between PT Pelindo II, PT Jasa Marga Tbk, and PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (KBN) integration cooperation The New Tanjung Priok port by KBN Marunda as well as the construction and operation of toll roads The New Tanjung Priok-KBN Marunda. Pelindo II president director RJ Lino claimed cooperation with Jasa Marga in building access toll devoted to unravel congestion and facilitate access to and exit The Tanjung Priok. "The New Tanjung Priok should start operating in 2014 certainly needed the help of pesusahaan have bepengalaman handle the construction and operation of toll roads are like Jasa Marga," said Lino at the Ministry of SOEs Jakarta, Friday (07/09/2012). &nbsp; (feb/dru)&nbsp; Sumber : http://finance.detik.com/read/2012/09/07/180429/2011635/4/tiga-bumn-kerjasama-kembangkan-the-new-tanjung-priok' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/three-soes-cooperation-develops-the-new-tanjung-priok-26.html'>Read More</a> </p> <br clear='all'/> http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/three-soes-cooperation-develops-the-new-tanjung-priok-26.html --12TSeptember::00+07:00 AP http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/three-soes-cooperation-develops-the-new-tanjung-priok-26.html PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II | Indonesia Port Corporation HTML One "punch" from Lino for 130 years <p><a title='This is proof that we do not become bureaucratic obstacle. The words were spoken with enthusiasm by RJ Lino, president director of PT Indonesia Port Corporation, the new name of PT. Pelindo II (Persero). The tone was like a promotion. As well as against the mainstream living in the community. But Lino give evidence. Perhaps Lino was surprised that the major projects he initiated were finally able to walk. Not fail, for example, because the intricacies of bureaucracy. Though her project ideas and this is not a project he fought recklessly. Large scale, big business, and big costs. This is a new port of Tanjung Priok project, which will cost Rp 40 trillion. Lino, with a rather bombastic words it`s actually not just want to commend the bureaucracy, but also to preach the principle that any heavy issues taken care home will truly succeed. So, the key was in earnest. Many people said it was serious but not too successful. For people like this, it was necessary that measured levels of seriousness. As well as gold, Sunggu mean that there are several kinds. There truly are 24 carat, but there is a 22 carat, 20 carat, and in fact there are only 18 karat. Lest there truly are not rusty at all. Lino course includes a 24-karat solemn. If only 20 karat no way he succeeded. To illustrate the severity of this pioneering project, I can say it in one sentence: perhaps only the Sunda Strait bridge project is more difficult than this. This is the project that would become the future can change the map of the national logistics. This is the ONE project that would be later value is greater than what has been built at Tanjung Priok for 130 years. This is the project that will make port in Indonesia parallel to the major ports of the world. If you did not win, we will not lose anymore than Malaysia or Singapore. This is the port to 16 feet so that it the largest vessel in the world can lean in Jakarta. Here`s The New Tanjung Priok. World shipping does have a new trend; growing bigger and bigger in the size boat made. Here`s to the pursuit of efficiency of freight transport. Becoming more and more large ships that can be transported. And increasingly cheaper costs angkutannya. As a result, a growing number of ships that can not only come to Indonesia. Indonesia was increasingly isolated. Indonesian ports may only feeder to the port-pelanbuhan big in other countries. Now this example there such a large ship that can carry 18,000 containers. Port of us getting away from it. The Port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya was only able to receive container ships 3000. Medan, Makassar, Batam and could only accept 1000 container ships. How far should we skip capacity. SOE CEO Lino classified unyielding. He translucent all the trouble. He knocked on all the doors. He faced all the problems. Naturally, if the SOE Award at last year`s event in the state awarded the Most Innovative CEO. But Lino also lucky. Coordinating Minister for the Economy Hatta Rajasa, Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo, Minister of Planning / Head of Bappenas Armida Prof Alisyahbana and Transportation Minister EE Mangindaan especially, are in a row. Even the President and the Vice President continue to monitor this project. The last problem is a great relief when the Minister of Transportation,&nbsp; EE Mangindaan give concession for 70 years. With the release of the decision was no longer a matter of bureaucracy anticipated. Now residing responsibility Lino. Ranging from how to build up their physical how to find the money for elephant swollen. This project does not use the funds from the state altogether. There is no funding from the state budget. So strong is the desire for the project was soon realized (satua stage should be able inaugurated in 2014), before any concessions obtained all the preparations had been completed. Thus, once all the wrong permissions can start the project immediately. This week can already signed employment contract between Lino and Bambang Triwibowo president director of PT PP (Persero) Tbk. PP is a highly experienced SOE membangunm port. I would ask that the day was done contract signature, the next PT PP`ve gotta get to work. Because of the location of the new port in the middle of the sea (to get sufficient depth), then Lino also initiated the need for a new highway leading directly to this port. While participating tackle traffic congestion in the region Priok truck. Highway project along the 7 km is the last Friday also agreed to direct it built by PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk. The project also involves PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (Limited) having to use his land. Once the new port and a new toll road to be started, the four state-owned company engaged in the harbor began to run capacity building programs at several major ports. Thus the port as Medan, Batam, Surabaya and Makassar will change to port 3000 container ships can enter. They will also make the new port a large company in Sorong. All these changes would need to be anticipated by businesses, especially the shipping business. For example, until now there is no entrepreneur ship we have 3000 class container ships. Of course now need to prepare ourselves for future can really be a host in their own country. &nbsp; Dahlan Iskan, Menteri BUMN Source : http://dahlaniskan.wordpress.com/&nbsp;' target='_blank' href='http://103.19.80.229/newpriok/news/one-quot;punchquot;-from-lino-for-130-years-25.html'> <img src='../content_images/news1.png' width='100' align='left' title='One "punch" from Lino for 130 years - This is proof that we do not become bureaucratic obstacle. The words were spoken with enthusiasm by RJ Lino, president director of PT Indonesia Port Corporation, the new name of PT. Pelindo II (Persero). The tone was like a promotion. As well as against the mainstream living in the community. But Lino give evidence. Perhaps Lino was surprised that the major projects he initiated were finally able to walk. Not fail, for example, because the intricacies of bureaucracy. Though her project ideas and this is not a project he fought recklessly. Large scale, big business, and big costs. This is a new port of Tanjung Priok project, which will cost Rp 40 trillion. Lino, with a rather bombastic words it`s actually not just want to commend the bureaucracy, but also to preach the principle that any heavy issues taken care home will truly succeed. So, the key was in earnest. Many people said it was serious but not too successful. For people like this, it was necessary that measured levels of seriousness. As well as gold, Sunggu mean that there are several kinds. There truly are 24 carat, but there is a 22 carat, 20 carat, and in fact there are only 18 karat. Lest there truly are not rusty at all. Lino course includes a 24-karat solemn. If only 20 karat no way he succeeded. To illustrate the severity of this pioneering project, I can say it in one sentence: perhaps only the Sunda Strait bridge project is more difficult than this. This is the project that would become the future can change the map of the national logistics. This is the ONE project that would be later value is greater than what has been built at Tanjung Priok for 130 years. This is the project that will make port in Indonesia parallel to the major ports of the world. If you did not win, we will not lose anymore than Malaysia or Singapore. This is the port to 16 feet so that it the largest vessel in the world can lean in Jakarta. Here`s The New Tanjung Priok. World shipping does have a new trend; growing bigger and bigger in the size boat made. Here`s to the pursuit of efficiency of freight transport. Becoming more and more large ships that can be transported. And increasingly cheaper costs angkutannya. As a result, a growing number of ships that can not only come to Indonesia. Indonesia was increasingly isolated. Indonesian ports may only feeder to the port-pelanbuhan big in other countries. Now this example there such a large ship that can carry 18,000 containers. Port of us getting away from it. The Port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya was only able to receive container ships 3000. Medan, Makassar, Batam and could only accept 1000 container ships. How far should we skip capacity. SOE CEO Lino classified unyielding. He translucent all the trouble. He knocked on all the doors. He faced all the problems. Naturally, if the SOE Award at last year`s event in the state awarded the Most Innovative CEO. But Lino also lucky. Coordinating Minister for the Economy Hatta Rajasa, Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo, Minister of Planning / Head of Bappenas Armida Prof Alisyahbana and Transportation Minister EE Mangindaan especially, are in a row. Even the President and the Vice President continue to monitor this project. The last problem is a great relief when the Minister of Transportation,&nbsp; EE Mangindaan give concession for 70 years. With the release of the decision was no longer a matter of bureaucracy anticipated. Now residing responsibility Lino. Ranging from how to build up their physical how to find the money for elephant swollen. This project does not use the funds from the state altogether. There is no funding from the state budget. So strong is the desire for the project was soon realized (satua stage should be able inaugurated in 2014), before any concessions obtained all the preparations had been completed. Thus, once all the wrong permissions can start the project immediately. This week can already signed employment contract between Lino and Bambang Triwibowo president director of PT PP (Persero) Tbk. PP is a highly experienced SOE membangunm port. I would ask that the day was done contract signature, the next PT PP`ve gotta get to work. Because of the location of the new port in the middle of the sea (to get sufficient depth), then Lino also initiated the need for a new highway leading directly to this port. While participating tackle traffic congestion in the region Priok truck. Highway project along the 7 km is the last Friday also agreed to direct it built by PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk. The project also involves PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (Limited) having to use his land. Once the new port and a new toll road to be started, the four state-owned company engaged in the harbor began to run capacity building programs at several major ports. Thus the port as Medan, Batam, Surabaya and Makassar will change to port 3000 container ships can enter. They will also make the new port a large company in Sorong. All these changes would need to be anticipated by businesses, especially the shipping business. For example, until now there is no entrepreneur ship we have 3000 class container ships. Of course now need to prepare ourselves for future can really be a host in their own country. &nbsp; Dahlan Iskan, Menteri BUMN Source : http://dahlaniskan.wordpress.com/&nbsp;' border='0' /></a> <p><img src="http://www.lensaindonesia.com/uploads/1/2012/07/RJ-Lino.jpg" alt="" width="448" height="296" /><br /><br />This is proof that we do not become bureaucratic obstacle. The words were spoken with enthusiasm by RJ Lino, president director of PT Indonesia Port Corporation, the new name of PT. Pelindo II (Persero).</p> <p>The tone was like a promotion. As well as against the mainstream living in the community. But Lino give evidence.</p> <p>Perhaps Lino was surprised that the major projects he initiated were finally able to walk. Not fail, for example, because the intricacies of bureaucracy. Though her project ideas and this is not a project he fought recklessly. Large scale, big business, and big costs. This is a new port of Tanjung Priok project, which will cost Rp 40 trillion.</p> <p>Lino, with a rather bombastic words it`s actually not just want to commend the bureaucracy, but also to preach the principle that any heavy issues taken care home will truly succeed.</p> <p>So, the key was in earnest.</p> <p>Many people said it was serious but not too successful. For people like this, it was necessary that measured levels of seriousness. As well as gold, Sunggu mean that there are several kinds. There truly are 24 carat, but there is a 22 carat, 20 carat, and in fact there are only 18 karat. Lest there truly are not rusty at all.</p> <p>Lino course includes a 24-karat solemn. If only 20 karat no way he succeeded. To illustrate the severity of this pioneering project, I can say it in one sentence: perhaps only the Sunda Strait bridge project is more difficult than this.</p> <p>This is the project that would become the future can change the map of the national logistics. This is the ONE project that would be later value is greater than what has been built at Tanjung Priok for 130 years.</p> <p>This is the project that will make port in Indonesia parallel to the major ports of the world. If you did not win, we will not lose anymore than Malaysia or Singapore. This is the port to 16 feet so that it the largest vessel in the world can lean in Jakarta.</p> <p>Here`s The New Tanjung Priok.</p> <p>World shipping does have a new trend; growing bigger and bigger in the size boat made. Here`s to the pursuit of efficiency of freight transport. Becoming more and more large ships that can be transported. And increasingly cheaper costs angkutannya. As a result, a growing number of ships that can not only come to Indonesia.</p> <p>Indonesia was increasingly isolated. Indonesian ports may only feeder to the port-pelanbuhan big in other countries.</p> <p>Now this example there such a large ship that can carry 18,000 containers. Port of us getting away from it. The Port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya was only able to receive container ships 3000. Medan, Makassar, Batam and could only accept 1000 container ships. How far should we skip capacity.</p> <p>SOE CEO Lino classified unyielding. He translucent all the trouble. He knocked on all the doors. He faced all the problems. Naturally, if the SOE Award at last year`s event in the state awarded the Most Innovative CEO.</p> <p>But Lino also lucky. Coordinating Minister for the Economy Hatta Rajasa, Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo, Minister of Planning / Head of Bappenas Armida Prof Alisyahbana and Transportation Minister EE Mangindaan especially, are in a row. Even the President and the Vice President continue to monitor this project.</p> <p>The last problem is a great relief when the Minister of Transportation,&nbsp; EE Mangindaan give concession for 70 years. With the release of the decision was no longer a matter of bureaucracy anticipated. Now residing responsibility Lino. Ranging from how to build up their physical how to find the money for elephant swollen.</p> <p>This project does not use the funds from the state altogether. There is no funding from the state budget. So strong is the desire for the project was soon realized (satua stage should be able inaugurated in 2014), before any concessions obtained all the preparations had been completed. Thus, once all the wrong permissions can start the project immediately.</p> <p>This week can already signed employment contract between Lino and Bambang Triwibowo president director of PT PP (Persero) Tbk. PP is a highly experienced SOE membangunm port. I would ask that the day was done contract signature, the next PT PP`ve gotta get to work.</p> <p>Because of the location of the new port in the middle of the sea (to get sufficient depth), then Lino also initiated the need for a new highway leading directly to this port. While participating tackle traffic congestion in the region Priok truck. Highway project along the 7 km is the last Friday also agreed to direct it built by PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk. The project also involves PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (Limited) having to use his land.</p> <p>Once the new port and a new toll road to be started, the four state-owned company engaged in the harbor began to run capacity building programs at several major ports.</p> <p>Thus the port as Medan, Batam, Surabaya and Makassar will change to port 3000 container ships can enter. They will also make the new port a large company in Sorong.</p> <p>All these changes would need to be anticipated by businesses, especially the shipping business. For example, until now there is no entrepreneur ship we have 3000 class container ships. Of course now need to prepare ourselves for future can really be a host in their own country.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong><em>Dahlan Iskan, Menteri BUMN</em></strong></p> <p><strong><em>Source : </em></strong><a href="http://dahlaniskan.wordpress.com/">http://dahlaniskan.wordpress.com/</a><strong><em>&nbsp;</em></strong></p> <p><a title='This is proof that we do not become bureaucratic obstacle. The words were spoken with enthusiasm by RJ Lino, president director of PT Indonesia Port Corporation, the new name of PT. Pelindo II (Persero). The tone was like a promotion. As well as against the mainstream living in the community. But Lino give evidence. Perhaps Lino was surprised that the major projects he initiated were finally able to walk. Not fail, for example, because the intricacies of bureaucracy. Though her project ideas and this is not a project he fought recklessly. Large scale, big business, and big costs. This is a new port of Tanjung Priok project, which will cost Rp 40 trillion. Lino, with a rather bombastic words it`s actually not just want to commend the bureaucracy, but also to preach the principle that any heavy issues taken care home will truly succeed. So, the key was in earnest. Many people said it was serious but not too successful. For people like this, it was necessary that measured levels of seriousness. As well as gold, Sunggu mean that there are several kinds. There truly are 24 carat, but there is a 22 carat, 20 carat, and in fact there are only 18 karat. Lest there truly are not rusty at all. Lino course includes a 24-karat solemn. If only 20 karat no way he succeeded. To illustrate the severity of this pioneering project, I can say it in one sentence: perhaps only the Sunda Strait bridge project is more difficult than this. This is the project that would become the future can change the map of the national logistics. This is the ONE project that would be later value is greater than what has been built at Tanjung Priok for 130 years. This is the project that will make port in Indonesia parallel to the major ports of the world. If you did not win, we will not lose anymore than Malaysia or Singapore. This is the port to 16 feet so that it the largest vessel in the world can lean in Jakarta. Here`s The New Tanjung Priok. World shipping does have a new trend; growing bigger and bigger in the size boat made. Here`s to the pursuit of efficiency of freight transport. Becoming more and more large ships that can be transported. And increasingly cheaper costs angkutannya. As a result, a growing number of ships that can not only come to Indonesia. Indonesia was increasingly isolated. Indonesian ports may only feeder to the port-pelanbuhan big in other countries. Now this example there such a large ship that can carry 18,000 containers. Port of us getting away from it. The Port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya was only able to receive container ships 3000. Medan, Makassar, Batam and could only accept 1000 container ships. How far should we skip capacity. SOE CEO Lino classified unyielding. He translucent all the trouble. He knocked on all the doors. He faced all the problems. Naturally, if the SOE Award at last year`s event in the state awarded the Most Innovative CEO. But Lino also lucky. Coordinating Minister for the Economy Hatta Rajasa, Finance Minister Agus Martowardojo, Minister of Planning / Head of Bappenas Armida Prof Alisyahbana and Transportation Minister EE Mangindaan especially, are in a row. Even the President and the Vice President continue to monitor this project. The last problem is a great relief when the Minister of Transportation,&nbsp; EE Mangindaan give concession for 70 years. With the release of the decision was no longer a matter of bureaucracy anticipated. Now residing responsibility Lino. Ranging from how to build up their physical how to find the money for elephant swollen. This project does not use the funds from the state altogether. There is no funding from the state budget. So strong is the desire for the project was soon realized (satua stage should be able inaugurated in 2014), before any concessions obtained all the preparations had been completed. Thus, once all the wrong permissions can start the project immediately. This week can already signed employment contract between Lino and Bambang Triwibowo president director of PT PP (Persero) Tbk. PP is a highly experienced SOE membangunm port. I would ask that the day was done contract signature, the next PT PP`ve gotta get to work. Because of the location of the new port in the middle of the sea (to get sufficient depth), then Lino also initiated the need for a new highway leading directly to this port. While participating tackle traffic congestion in the region Priok truck. Highway project along the 7 km is the last Friday also agreed to direct it built by PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk. The project also involves PT Nusantara Bonded Zone (Limited) having to use his land. Once the new port and a new toll road to be started, the four state-owned company engaged in the harbor began to run capacity building programs at several major ports. Thus the port as Medan, Batam, Surabaya and Makassar will change to port 3000 container ships can enter. They will also make the new port a large company in Sorong. All these changes would need to be anticipated by businesses, especially the shipping business. For example, until now there is no entrepreneur ship we have 3000 class container ships. 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