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    Jakarta – Indonesian Transportation Society (MTI) said it is not easy to invite private business actors to invest in the transportation sector despite potential promising yields.

    “Inviting private (investing) is a requirement, that is credible and good planning document, as well as solid business plan, bankable and prudent planning process,” said Chairman of MTI Danang Parikesit in his statement Friday (2/2 / 2018).

    Transportation Observer Djoko Setiawarno added that not all projects in the Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub) are of interest to the private sector. Because there are still to be managed by the government because it requires a subsidy.

    For example, a terminal passenger type A Tirtonadi Solo it can be removed management to private parties. Minimal attempted BLU (Business Services Agency). Because in 2016, the terminal is already surplus.

    Revenue is now around Rp 5.5 billion, while operating costs Rp 4.8 billion, so it is competitive to be released to the private sector.

    “The train line can be released to the private sector, but it seems that freight trains are more likely than trains of people transport,” he said.

    Djoko sees that there are many private infrastructure projects such as airports and ports. For the airport, just cooperated with a number of airports with SOEs as well as the port.

    “For trains, trains in South Sulawesi have already involved the private sector,” he said.

    In the same place, Setijadi, from the logistics association stated that based on the record of Supply Chain Indonesia (SCI), the Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub) has involved the role of the private sector, both in infrastructure development and transportation facilities, as well as its operations.

    In the operation of the Toll Road Program, Kemenhub has opened the involvement of private companies as well as in the operation of weigh stations. In addition, private companies have long been involved as regulated agents (RAs) at airports.

    Based on data from the Ministry of PPN / Bappenas, the total value of investment required in infrastructure development in 2015-2019 amounted to Rp 4,796.2 trillion.

    Of this amount, funding from APBN and APBD amounted to Rp 1,978.6 trillion (41.3%) and state-owned enterprises (BUMN) amounting to Rp 1,066.2 trillion (22.2%), requiring private financing of Rp 1,751.5 trillion (36.5 %).

    Based on the record of Supply Chain Indonesia (SCI), the Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub) has involved the role of the private sector, both in infrastructure development and transportation facilities, as well as its operations.

    Kemenhub data shows that the transportation financing needs for non-road transportation in 2015-2019 amounted to Rp 1,283 trillion from the amount of funding capability of APBN amounting to Rp 491 trillion so that there is investment financing gap which is expected to be fulfilled from private and state-owned company amounted to 791 trillion.

    Kemenhub has long developed a Public Private Partnership scheme. Specifically, a 50-year and renewable scheme for Infrastructure Provision (KSPI) is developed.

    At the 4th Asia Europe Meeting – Transport Minister Meeting (ASEM-TMM) in Bali on 26-28 September 2017, Kemenhub offers 12 national strategic transportation projects with a total investment of around Rp40 trillion.

    Kemenhub also offers the construction of 10 airports and 20 ports to private and state-owned enterprises.

    In the operation of the Toll Road Program, Kemenhub has opened the involvement of private companies; also in the operation of weigh stations. In addition, private companies have long been involved as regulated agents (RAs) at airports. Kemenhub also involves the private sector in the operation of livestock vessels.

    Earlier, Finance Minister Sri Mulyani said Kemenhub became the slowest ministry in pushing the role of the private sector in the development of work programs.

    Sri Mulyani said Kemenhub prefer to use the State Budget (APBN). Finance Minister encourages Kemenhub to use the concept of value for money in building infrastructure. (dna / dna)

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    Sources: https://finance.detik.com/infrastruktur/d-3847374/ini-tantangan-ajak-swasta-bangun-pelabuhan-hingga-bandara-di-ri
    Translated by Aryaputra PandeBIC

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