• Daily Archives: October 11, 2017

    There is Inaportnet, Minister of Transportation Hope Port Operation 24/7

    Loading and unloading the container at Tanjung Priok port, Jakarta, Friday (9/29/2017). – JIBI / Abdullah Azzam

    JAKARTA – The Ministry of Transportation expects port activities can last for 24 hours in 7 days along with the operation of Inaportnet in 16 ports throughout Indonesia.

    Minister of Transportation Budi Karya Sumadi said Inaportnet application can unite all stakeholders. These conditions can make the savings both in terms of time and human resources.

    “As in Priok, not knowing when it can happen, I ask Saturday – Sunday to enter. No more Saturday-Sunday is a holiday. Well, we again assign the Priok team and [together] Customs to invent what to do with the INSW [Indonesia National Single Window], Inaportnet the necessity to do IT sophisticated and open 7 days in a week even 24 hours it can happen, ” he said.

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    Information Technology Help Tap Logistics Costs

    Minister of Communications and Informatics Rudiantara when talking to Indonesia Japan Digital Nexicorn Meet Up, in Jakarta, Tuesday (12/9). – JIBI / Dedi Gunawan

    JAKARTA-Information technology can be used to reduce the high cost of logistics in Indonesia.

    Minister of Communication and Information Rudiantara said, Indonesia’s logistics performance declined in recent years. This is due to inefficient delivery of goods.

    However, as the development of technology emerges disintermediary trends or the loss of intermediaries between the logistics nodes. This is driven by technology utilization.

    “Intermediaries are lost and prices can be cheaper, so digital technology can be an enabler for the logistics world,” he said as a speaker at Transportation, Logistic and Maritime Expo 2017 in Jakarta, Tuesday (10/10/2017).

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    Ministry of Tourism Establishes Hospitality Task Force to Keep Public Fully Informed on Mount Agung

    (10/5/2017)

    A Bali Tourism Hospitality Task Force has been formed to fill the role of providing accurate and reliably sourced information on developments impacting on tourism as the leading sector of the Balinese economy.

    Established initially to meet the pressing need for reliable reports in connection with potential threat posed by the sudden increase in volcanic activity on Mount Agung, the Task Force operates under the auspices of Indonesian Ministry of Tourism with the head of Bali’s Provincial Tourism Office, AA Yuniartha, serving as ex officio chairman and the head of the Bali Tourism Board, Ida Bagus Agung Partha Adnyana acting as vice chairman.

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    Bali airport roundabout to be closed for underpass construction mid-October, don’t park cars in street on alternative routes: Police

    A rendering of the underpass to be completed at the Ngurah Rai roundabout. Photo via Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing

    Traffic-stopping construction should begin on the underpass to be carved out in front of Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport in the middle of the month.

    Police have stated that they plan for the Ngurah Rai roundabout to be closed starting on Oct. 17, 2017 for the development of the Simpang Tugu Ngurah Rai Underpass.

    The announcement comes after signs posted late in September confused everyone, mapping out alternative routes for when the underpass is in the works, with a project timeline listed as Oct. 1, 2017 until Aug. 30, 2018. But Oct. 1 came and went and traffic up til Tuesday has been flowing as usual through the Ngurah Rai intersection.

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