PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC develops i-Hub, a single platform for all services at its ports, from registration, service requests, payments, to online tracking cargo.
Through its subsidiary, PT ILCS, IPC also develops various applications for digital port, payment solutions, and supply chain management (SCM) solutions.
“As a trade facilitator, IPC is ready to take on the role of implementing technology, information and communication (ICT) at ports,” IPC President Director Arif Suhartono said in a statement, Friday (30/10).
One of the innovations recently launched by IPC is shore to ship (STS) electrification service at the Tanjung Priok Port, Jakarta. With this facility, ships docking at the port can now replace the use of fuel oil by utilizing electrical energy provided at the dock.
"IPC has an interest in realizing a green port. In the future, ships docking at Tanjung Priok will no longer need to use fuel for their electricity source. This electrification guarantees the availability of energy cheaper and environmentally friendly,” Arif said.
In the early stages, this shore to ship facility was developed at the Tanjung Priok Domestic Container Wharf. Gradually, STS facilities will be installed in all ports managed by IPC.
"IPC has a strategic role in the port ecosystem. Therefore, IPC will continue to make various innovations to facilitate port services in order to increase the efficiency of national logistics costs," Arif expressed. (hlz/hlz)