IPC is targeting vessel visits and throughput-both containers and non-containers-to increase in this year along with the global and national economic recovery.
PT Pelabuhan Indonesia IV (Persero) provided stimulus or relaxation to port customers, especially for transshipment activities during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Patimban Consortium (PT CTCorp Infrastruktur Indonesia, PT Indika Logistic & Support Services, PT U Connectivity Services, and PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya) appointed to manage the Patimban Port project.
Patimban International Port in Subang, West Java, operates officially and served the first export shipment of 140 cars to Brunei Darussalam on Sunday (20/12).
IPC TPK continues to perform a digital transformation by launching Behandle Management System (BMS) to provide convenience to customers through digital applications.
PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) is targeting the evacuation of MV Mentari Crystal containers and ship that sank at Terminal Teluk Lamong to be completed in a few next weeks.
Pelindo III supports the transportation of Pertamina's FAME (fatty acid methyl esther) biofuel from Gresik to the Integrated Fuel Terminal at Tanjung Perak Port, Surabaya.
IPC will continue the construction of Kalibaru Terminal Project. The next phase of the project includes New Priok Container Terminal 2 (CT2) and New Priok Container Terminal 3 (CT3).
PT Terminal Teluk Lamong ensures that operational services at the port terminal are running normally, following the MV Mentari Crystal wrecked incident on Sunday (15/11) night.
IPC develops i-Hub, a single platform for all services at the ports, from registration, service requests, payments, to online tracking cargo.