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Pelindo II: committed to growth

16 Juli 2007

PT (Persero) Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Pelindo II) is a state-owned enterprise that provides port services in its 12 port branches, three subsidiaries and two affiliates with an authorized capital of IDR 4 trillion. In line with its corporate vision to provide reliable world-class port services, the company is determined to realize its commitment to business partners and port customers, national interest, owner, port communities and members of the company.
The commitment to business partners and port customers, national interest, owner, port communities and members of the company is manifested into port service and performance improvement. Along with this, Pelindo II improves Key Performance Indicators in all aspects including financial, operational, technical and dynamic aspects. An indicator of improvement in financial aspect of 2006 is that the company exceeded its targeted operation ratio (OR) of 71.88% to 66.81%; EBITDA to Revenue of 50.85% from the targeted 49.64%; and ROCE of 13.33% from the targeted 11.74%. On the revenue side, Pelindo II posted an increase of 5.54% from IDR 1.642 trillion in 2005 to IDR 1.768 trillion in 2006. The company booked a net income of IDR 733.77 billion and paid up IDR 176.02 billion in taxes to the government. The company aims to create revenues of IDR 1.937 trillion in 2007. This increase stems from the corporate optimistic view of increased vessel calls and cargo flow. Pelindo II also added IDR 127.29 billion in its investment portfolio in 2006. Overall, the company earned sound condition out of an assessment based on Ministerial Decree of Minister of State Owned Enterprises no. KEP-100/MBU/2002 dated 4 June 2002 regarding Assessment of Corporate Health. Pelindo II scored 45.75 in financial aspect, 35.00 in operational aspect and 14.00 in administrative aspect; to achieve total score of 94.75 or “AA” rating. Pre tax income in 2006 is respectively 29.64% and 38.97% above targeted pre-tax income in State Owned Enterprises Masterplan and Corporate Long Term Plan.
As part of its concern to the environment, the company granted business assistance loan of IDR 13.83 billion to small-scale companies as IDR 11.28 billion working capital loan, IDR 1.01 billion special purpose loan and IDR 1.42 billion contribution. The company also carried out community development by allocating IDR 7.13 billion for natural disaster victim aid, education support, health improvement, public facility improvement dan religious purpose donations.
Operational aspect that includes Waiting Time, Vessel Collision Level, ratio of Estimated Time over Berthing Time and cargo/container handling output needs to be further improved. In 2006, the company recorded 15.56 minute Waiting Time, no vessel collision, 62.80 minute Ratio of Estimate Time over Berthing Time, and 25,40 box/ship/hour in terms of cargo/container handling output.
Technical aspect that entails facility readiness including port basin, mooring poles, sheds and yards also needs to be further improved. In 2006, readiness of port basin is 100%, mooring poles 96%, sheds and yard 96%. Operational and technical aspects of the company go hand in hand with improvement of port facility as well as optimization of port service system and procedure.
Pelindo II has ammended and improved port facility while simultaneously modifying port service system and procedures. Newly added port equipment include a tug boat at Port of Panjang, two reach stackers at Ports of Pontianak and Teluk Bayur and a side loader for Port of Pontianak. On top of that, Pelindo II carried out a number of programs including construction of Car Terminal at Port of Tanjung Priok to start its operation in 2007; preparation of business partnership in construction and operation of Bojonegara International Port including development of phase I section I berth at KIPP Bojonegara project; Survey Investigation Design (SID) in the repair/recondition work of berth in front of Shed 114 at Port of Tanjung Priok, Survey Investigation Design (SID) in berth repair/recondition at Tanjung Buyut as well as construction of container yard and recondition/repair of open storage, construction of concrete-on-pile berth at Port of Pangkal Balam. In addition, Pelindo II in the same year evaluated operational performance (level of service) of container terminal and non-container terminal, pilotage, towage and other services in all port branches while improving public service by reconfiguring layout of the surroundings of public facilities and religious spots.
In order to improve the implementation of system and procedures particularly its financial system, Pelindo II has applied cash online in vessel services at main class ports to be then extended throughout First Class Ports while finalizing Accounting Guidelines of Indonesian Port Companies (PAPPI). Apart from it, Pelindo II distributed IDR 13.86 billion business assistance loan to small scale businesses. E-Procurement and E-Auction have been consistently managed to support of God Corporate Governance (GCG) implementation while risk management system has been put in place to promote investment risk analysis by port branches, Port Training Center and head office. Furthermore, Pelindo II has improved online information system in customer service process and monitoring system by installing CCTV online with customers.
Pelindo II continues to strive for best quality services by ammendment and betterment of port systems, facilities and equipment with Port of Tanjung Priok as pilot project for numerous endeavors including Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Cash Management System (CMS)/Cash Online. As for ISPS Code implementation, Port of Tanjung Priok launches integrated security system trial in May 2007 in its restricted area of Basin II and III including commuter car operation to and from the restricted area.
Pelindo II’s performance shows an increase of 5.4% in container throughput from 3.7 million TEUs in 2005 to 3.875 million TEUs in 2006. Conventional /multipurpose terminals handled 1.18 million TEUs while container terminals handled 2.69 million TEUs in 2006. Out of the total cargo flow of 99.93 million tons are 12.45 million ton general cargo, 8.61 million ton bag cargo, 25.05 million ton liquid bulk cargo, 30.47 million ton dry bulk cargo, 22.05 million ton containerized cargo and 1.27 million ton other cargoes. As for vessel services, the company served 53,500 vessel calls or 163,872 million GT consisting of 10,222 foreign vessel calls or 93,649 million GT and 43,278 domestic vessel calls or 70.22 million GT.
On the dynamic aspect of Key Performance Indicators, Pelindo II has implemented Joint Working Agreement (PKB) particularly its managerial elements. In order to improve personel performance, Pelindo II has also carried out human resource audit through workload analysis throughout all port branches, head office and Port Training Center and is now following up the said audit result in stages and implements new organizational structure in 2007 to further promote corporate productivity, effectivity, efficiency and competitiveness.
Pelindo II’s operational and financial performance in 2007 was affected by a number of external and internal factors. External factors include the low level of investments, Rupiah’s conversion rate that tended to weaken, the rise of world crude oil price, and the increase in fuel price.
In the future, major factors affecting the company’s management also include changes in government prolicy, economic policy trends and international trade in a borderless world.
Internally, the company faces regulatory changes including regional autonomy law that spurs local government demands to operate ports. In anticipation, Pelindo II has stoke deals with local governments by joint operations in several port related business segments. The company constantly tries to accommodate the changes by win-win solution or by proactively allying itself with a third party to jointly create synergy to sharpen ports’ competitive edge facing global competition.
REHABILITATION AND DEVELOPMENT
The company initiates several rehabilitation and development projects that involve significant investments. The rapid growth of vehicle flow through the ports – internationally as well as domestically – urgently requires a dedicated car terminal. Pelindo II, in response, launched construction of Jakarta Car Terminal (JCT) at Port of Tanjung Priok on 29 August 2006.
JCT is projected to start its operation in mid 2007 with a total area of 10 ha, 200 meter berth and yard capable of accommodating 350 thousand vehicles per annum. JCT will be the first car terminal in Indonesia. Investment for the construction of JCT amounts to IDR 200 billion.
To support this terminal, the port will improve access road to JCT in light of the continuously increasing volume of vehicles within the port area. Traffic congestion within the port area will potentially affect port productivity and performance as a whole.
A toll road will be built to link the port area to Jakarta inner toll road network with a flyover to smoothen cargo transportation.
Other development projects include construction of Bojonegara International Port. This port is projected to be the first hub port in Indonesia that will accommodate direct calls so as to free Indonesia of its dependency on other major ports such as Singapore and Malaysia for transshipment. This will then contribute to cargo handling efficiency in Indonesian ports.

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