• Three Depots Ready to Handle Long Stay Relocation from Priok Port

    Three container depot facilities are ready to become buffer area of ​​relocation activities of long stay import goods that have pocketed the Goods Delivery Order (SPPB) / already customs clearance from Tanjung Priok Port container terminal.

    The three depots are operated by PT Royal G & G Logistics, PT Forway and PT Tenders Marine Indonesia (TMI). Thus the results of service user surveys include the Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) of Jakarta, yesterday.

    In Permenhub No: 25/2017 on the Time Limit of Container Deposits in the four Main Ports (Tanjung Priok, Tanjung Perak, Belawan and Makasar) mentioned stacking in Line 1 for a maximum of 3 days.

    In the Port of Tanjung Priok, there are currently five export / import container terminal operators namely; JICT, TPK Koja, Mustika Alam Lestari (MAL), Terminal 3 Priok, and NPCT-1.

    The readiness of the three depot facilities follow up on the Decision Letter of the Tanjung Priok Port Authority Office instructing all import export container terminals in Priok port to immediately carry out imported relocation containers of SPPB or longstay.

    On Monday (09/10/2017), the Tanjung Priok Port Authority Office has also issued a Decision Letter of the Head of OP Tanjung Priok No: UM008 / 27/11 / OP.TPK-2017 on mechanisms and procedures for moving goods beyond the stacking time limit.

    “All terminals must run PM 25 of 2017 immediately. This month should also be implemented. We will give sanctions to the infringing terminal, “said Nyoman.

    According to Nyoman, to smooth the flow of goods, suppress dwelling time and reduce the cost of imported goods ligistik SPPB more than three days must come out line 1 container terminal in Priok Port, “said Nyoman.

    He said his agency did not intervene in business to business activities. Kewengan OP Tanjung Priok as the regulator only secures and runs the existing regulations in order to run properly.

    “The problem b to b it is the affairs of the providers and users of related services. The tariff has also been agreed between the related associations at Tanjung Priok Port, “he explained.

    Meanwhile, PT.Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) requires all service users in the terminal to issue imported containers that have accumulated more than three days and have pocketed the goods expenditure order (SPPB) or have clearance of customs clearance.

    The JICT notice to the service user was delivered by PT.JICT letter number: HM.606 / 1/15 / JICT-2017 dated October 2, 2017 signed by JICT Gunta Prabawa President Director.

    The JICT letter confirms JICT’s commitment to Regulation of the Minister of Transportation No: 25/2017 dated March 30, 2017 regarding the amendment to the Minister of Transportation Regulation 116/2016 on the transfer of goods that passes longstay on the main port of Belawan port, Tanjung Priok, Tanjung Perak and Makassar Port.

    “We appeal to all JICT service users to immediately issue containers that have finished the customs process,” said Gunta through the JICT letter.

    The JICT letter was issued to BPD of the Jakarta Alliance of All Indonesian Importers (GINSI), Jakarta Alliance of Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI), Priority Line Entrepreneur Association (APJP), Indonesian Sea Transportation Service Board (Depalindo), Indonesian Truck Entrepreneurs Association (Aptrindo) of DKI Jakarta, and the Land Transportation Organization (Organda) of DKI Jakarta.

    In addition, the Head of Tanjung Priok Port Authority Office, Main Customs and Excise Office of Tanjung Priok Port, Tanjung Priok Quarantine and Plant Quarantine Office, and Tanjung Priok Fish Quarantine Office. (Wilam)

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    Sources: http://beritatrans.com/2017/10/10/tiga-depo-siap-tangani-relokasi-barang-long-stay-dari-pelabuhan-priok/
    Translated by Aryaputra PandeBIC

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