IPC and PT Bukit Asam Tbk (PTBA) signed HoA for the Development of Coal Transportation and / or Other Commodities Through Rivers and Ports in South Sumatra.
Terminal Teluk Lamong (TTL) strives to maintain logistic flow’s continuity and applies 24/7 best performance services by implementating strict health protocols.
Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS) performs online data collection on truck operators and their fleets through TPS Web Access in order to improve services to customers.
Containers throughput at Tanjung Priok Port from January to July 2020 was recorded at 3.48 million TEUs or 9.54% lower than July 2019 which reached 3.85 million TEUs.
Pelindo III rolled out six policies to support the acceleration of national economic recovery during the New Normal period to face the Covid-19 pandemic.
Pelindo III won first place in the Paritrana Award from Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Humanity as an appreciation for its social security services.
IPC ensures smooth operation of loading and unloading of export commodities at its ports, so that export activities become more efficient.
Terminal Teluk Lamong successfully unloaded cargo of MV Great Glen, a giant bulk carrier carrying 71,582 tons of animal feed from Brazil, in less than 3 days.
Pelindo IV brought two container cranes to Port of Sorong to increase loading and unloading productivity at the port located in West Papua.
Throughput at Tanjung Priok Port was recorded at 2.99 million TEUs in the first half of this year, down 7.7% compared to 3.24 million TEUs in the same period of 2019.