• Daily Archives: January 12, 2018

    Choosing A Freight Forwarder For Your Export & Import Shipping

    When it comes to selling goods overseas, or purchasing goods from an international supplier – you want to ensure you are choosing a freight company that will provide you with a reliable and dependable freight forwarding service.

    The process of exporting and importing goods can be complex, with plenty of factors to consider, but one of the most important decisions which should not be taken lightly, is choosing your freight forwarder.

    It’s essential that the freight agent you select, is suitable to handle your shipping needs. You need to know that your deadlines will be kept so as to not affect your supply chain and ultimately disappoint your customers. It is crucial to have a freight company that can deliver on their promises and are familiar with the market and route you are exporting to or importing from.

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    Revised Bond Revision Rules Keep Revolving

    JAKARTA- A forwarder company handling customs clearance services (PPJK) urges the certainty of the Government to revise the rules of guarantee customs activities or custom bonds that currently burdensome business actor.

    M.Qadar Jafar, Chairman of the Tanjung Priok Port PPJK Forum, revealed that at the beginning of the year, the custom bond PPJK has to be extension for the next activity.
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    That’s a Lot at Tanah Lot

    Nearly 3.5 Million Visited Bali’s Iconic Tanah Lot in 2017

    (1/7/2018)The iconic tourist attraction of Tanah Lot in Tabanan, West Bali managed to record a 3,497,825 million tourist visitors in 2017, a slight decrease of 0.78% when compared to the 3.525.335 recorded in 2016.

    As reported by Balipost.com, the manager of Tanah Lot, I Ketut Toya Adnyana, revealed that during the last week of 2017 daily visitors to Tanah lot averaged between 13,000 and 14,000 – a marked improvement over the comparatively lackluster daily average of between 4,000 and 5,000 visitors calculated after the closure of the Bali Airport since late November.
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    Bali’s Mount Agung blows smoke again in minor eruption, but airport still operating normally

    Mount Agung erupting on Jan. 11, 2018. Photo via Sutopo Purwo Nguroho/BNPB

    Bali’s Mount Agung erupted again on Thursday afternoon, but the island remains safe and the airport is still operating normally.

    The volcano spat out a column of gray smoke 2,500 meters into the air at 5:54pm, with a quake duration of 130 seconds. Smoke headed northeast, so in the opposite direction of Bali I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport.

    While volcanic activity of Mount Agung has been fluctuating over the past several weeks, it persists at a high level at the moment with contiuous tremors. Deep volcanic and tectonic earthquakes are still being detected by the observation post in Rendang, Karangasem of the Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation Center (PVMBG).

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