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    ALFI Urges Progressive Package Fee Exemption in Priok During Lebaran Holiday

    Container loading and unloading atmosphere at Container Terminal (TPKS), Tanjung Emas harbor, Semarang, Central Java, Friday (16/1/2015). – Bisnis.com / July Nugroho

    JAKARTA – Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association urged the exemption of the imposition of the progressive cost of the accumulation of imported containers at Tanjung Priok Port during the Idul Fitri holiday period this year.

    Chairman of Jakarta ALFI DPW Widijanto said that due to Idul Fitri holiday and the absence of trucking serving importing export during the Lebaran holiday restriction period, contained imported containers accumulate an average of more than 7 to 10 days in the port of Priok.

    “This condition is due to inability to deliver because many of the holiday manufacturers and trucking fleets are not operating. It is conditional that we urge the accumulation of containers during Idul Fitri period in Priok is not burdened with progressive tariffs of 300% to 900%.” ​​ALFI asks to be freed from progressive storage at the container terminal, “he told Bisnis on Sunday (6/24/2018).
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    ALFI: Overbrengen Container Preferably Night

    A worker walked on a container at Koja Container Terminal in Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, on Monday (14/08/2017). – Reuters / Nyimas Laula

    JAKARTA-The Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) proposes that the movement of imported or overbrengen containers from first-line container terminals to temporary hoarding stations (TPS) in the Tanjung Priok customs territory shall be conducted at night or after 18.00 WIB.

    Chairman of ALFI DKI Jakarta, Widijanto said that the overbrengen of imported containers passing the time limit of the congestion at the port of Priok if carried out at night will reduce the level of congestion on the distribution line from and to the port of Priok.

    “If the night is done overbrengen imported containers, can be faster considering the roads around the port of Priok is not too crowded,” said Widijanto to Bisnis, Monday (21/05/2018).

    He also proposed that the overbrengen of imported containers at the port of Priok be done only at night has been delivered in the audience of Jakarta DPF ALFI board with the Head of Customs and Excise Service Office of Tanjung Priok Port today (21/5/2018).
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    Tage Ship Ready to Serve Jakarta-Los Angeles Container Route

    The CMA CGM Tage ship rests on the JICT dock. This ship became one of the vessels that serve Jakarta-Los Angeles direct voyage. – Bisnis / Rivki Maulana

    JAKARTA – Tanjung Priok Port returns the arrival of a giant container vessel that can accommodate 10,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit). Large ships are expected to reduce container shipping costs while increasing the competitiveness of national export products.

    Based on business monitoring at Tanjung Priok Port, large vessels leaning against the CMA CGM Tage. This Malta-flagged ship will carry cargo from Jakarta to Los Angeles, United States.

    According to the plan, President Joko Widodo will review port infrastructure as well as export discharges transported by CMA CGM Tage ship. To note, this ship is one of the vessels that routinely serve direct call or Jakarta-Los Angeles direct voyage.
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    CMA CGM Takes 10,642 TEUs to the Port of Tanjung Priok

    JAKARTA – French shipping company CMA CGM again brought a giant container ship to Tanjung Priok Port to serve a direct route to the United States.

    In an official statement received by Business Friday (4/5/2018), CMA CGM brought the giant ship APL Salalah capacity of 10,642 TEUs (10,642 containers) on Wednesday (3/5/2018). This ship incised a new history as the largest container ship ever docked in Tanjung Priok.

    APL Salalah leaned on the Jakarta International Container Terminal terminal (JICT) with up to 1,666 TEUs and loaded 2,818 TEUs. As a result, the total loading and unloading of the vessel reached 4,484 TEUs in its maiden voyage to Indonesia.
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    TPS Shoots Container Flow of 2 Million TEUs

    Container Crane loading activity using new Container Crane number 14 at the international pier PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya, East Java, Thursday (6/4/2017). – Between / Didik Suhartono

    JAKARTA – PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS), a subsidiary of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero), is aiming for 2 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit) throughput or flows by 2019.

    TPS President Director Joko Noerhudha said the current container flow in TPS reached 1.3 million TEUs. In other words, TPS is aiming to increase the throughput of containers by 54% by the end of 2019.

    He explained the increase in container flows is also done by boosting productivity. Currently, the box move per hour (BMPH) is 44 per hour.

    In 2019, BMPH is projected to reach 60 boxes per hour.
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    CMA CGM Ready to Bring Jumbo Ship 10,000 TEUs

    The loading and unloading activities of CMA CGM Titus’s largest container ship at the Jakarta International Container Terminal Port in Jakarta, Sunday (9/4). – JIBI / Nurul Hidayat

    JAKARTA – The world’s third largest shipping company, CMA CGM, will bring a 10,000 TEU container vessel to Tanjung Priok Port in late April 2018. This plan is in line with increasing demand from service users who are claimed to continue to grow.

    President Director of CMA CGM Indonesia Farid Belbouab said since April 2017 the company opened a direct shipping route from Jakarta to Los Angeles, USA. The route called JAX Services enables faster delivery of containers, which is 23 days compared to an indirect route for 30 days.

    “We started with 8,000 TEUs since last year and the result is very successful, gradually we bring larger vessels, 9,000 TEUs and 10,000 TEUs, even close to 11,000 TEUs,” he explained after ANL Meet Customer in Jakarta, Monday (9/4 / 2018) night.
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    ALFI: Smart Port System Connectivity Make Easy Logistics Activities

    Illustration – loading and unloading activities at Tanjung Emas Port in Semarang, Central Java. – Between / Aditya Pradana Putra

    JAKARTA – In order to increase the LPI (Logistics Perfomance Index) and EoDB (Ease of Doing Business), the Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) expects Smart Port or Smart Ports system to be sharpened.

    In addition, the system is expected to be used by its members to bring ease to the era of digitalization.

    “The development of the Smart Port system connectivity will provide access to more than 53 ocean ocean routes with an unlimited ship arrival date and unlimited vessel of 130 countries linked to Japan, US, Canada track and trace container manifest,” said DPP ALFI Chairman Yukki Nugrahawan Hanafi quoted on Tuesday (6/3/2018).

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    Certification of Export Inventory Gross Weights, JICT Cooperates with BKI

    Jakarta International Container Terminal at Tanjung Priok, Jakarta. – Reuters / Darren Whiteside

    JAKARTA – The export / verified gross mass (VGM) container weeding activity at the Port of Tanjung Priok will involve PT Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia (BKI) as the issuer of VGM certification documents.

    Vice President Director of PT Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) Riza Erivan said the involvement of ICC in the export container VGM certification process is expected to begin in the near future or at the latest by March 2018.

    “Now depends on the readiness of BKI. From our side as container terminal manager is ready because VGM has been implemented since 2 years ago in container terminal of Priok port import export, “he told Bisnis on Tuesday (27/2/2018).

    He said the container terminal operators in Priok have established communication and coordinated with related business actors related to the involvement of BKI in the export container VGM certification.
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    INSA Asks the Government to Maximize the Portfolio Seaport

    Container loading and unloading activity at PT Terminal Petikemas International Dock Surabaya, East Java. – Antara / Didik Suhartono

    SURABAYA – Members of the Indonesian National Shipowners Association (INSA) shipbuilding vessel asked the government to maximize container yard capacity (CY) or cultivation field at Tanjung Perak Port especially in import export container services.

    INSA Surabaya Chairman Stenvens H. Lesawengan said that it is necessary to remember that the yard occupancy ratio (YOR) at the Port of Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS) is still around 50%, so there is still room for imported or exported goods owners to fill it.

    “It should be 70% YOR after the government issued rules.” The goods in containers can be removed from CY when the capacity of the cultivation field is full or reach 70%, “he explained to Bisnis on Monday (19/2/2018).

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    Surabaya Container Terminal (TPS) Open 24 Hours Service

    JAKARTA – PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS), a subsidiary of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero), began to implement 24 hours a day guidance service in February 2018.

    TPS Technical Director Kartiko Adi said the improvement of guiding services will accelerate the movement of ship arrival and departure. Thus, the time it takes the ship to wait for the scout and wait for the dock can be trimmed.

    “In addition, the utilization of the dock is also more optimal.We expect TPS to contribute more to the cost efficiency of logistics in Tanjung Perak Port Surabaya,” he said in a press release on Wednesday (14/2/2018).

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