Pelindo will spend 40,37 Trilliun Rupiah4 April 2012
Jakarta : PT Pelindo I, II, III and IV will spend a total of Rp 40.37 trillion to fix the port and to cut costs of logistics nationwide.
PT Pelindo I allocate Rp 4.37 trillion by 2016, while PT Pelindo II set up to Rp 26 trillion to implement three major projects. The PT Pelindo III and PT Pelindo IV respectively to Rp 7.7 trillion and Rp 2.3 trillion.
Commercial and Business Development Director of PT Pelindo I Cahyana Bambang Eka said fourth project is the construction of the dock crude palm oil (CPO) and the container port each of the two units.
He mentioned two projects namely the extension of the dock port on the CPO CPO in Dumai worth Rp 173 billion and the construction of the jetty in Kuala Tanjung CPO, Medan Rp 580 billion
The two container port development project is an extension of the container dock worth Rp 2.73 trillion Belawan port development as well as in Batu Ampar, Batam Rp 910 billion.
Meanwhile, PT Pelindo II will mengiventasikan Rp 26 trillion to fix the ports throughout Indonesia, especially those managed by the state-owned company.
The port is the Port of New Kalibaru called Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, worth Rp 18 trillion, the construction of the Port of Regional Hub Port in Sorong Rp 1 trillion and Rp 7 trillion Port of Batam.
The PT Pelindo III realizing the five strategic projects worth a total of Rp 7.7 trillion. One of the five projects is the construction of multipurpose terminal Lamong Bay, Port of Tanjung Perak worth Rp 2.2 trillion.
The other four projects are the modernization of the Port of Tanjung Golden, Semarang Rp 1.1 trillion, the development of Container terminal Banjarmasin $ 500 mylar, the construction of Marina at Benoa harbor, Bali and Nusa Dua highway Rp 3.4 trillion and floating container terminal Tenau, Kupang Rp 500 billion.
President Director of PT Pelindo III Djarwo Suranto said these projects will begin to feel the impact on company performance in 2012. ”Currently, the impact to existing services and finance,” he said.
PT Pelindo IV Rp 2.33 trillion will realize to finance the construction of port infrastructure to the installation of IT systems at all conventional container terminal and run the company.
Director General Personnel and PT Pelindo IV Pasoroan Harianja Herman said conditions including ocean freight and port charges in the Eastern different than the port in the western part of Indonesia.
Independent project oversight team development project highlights Kalibaru Terminal Port of Tanjung Priok in northern Kalibaru by PT Pelindo II.
“In fact, government policy directly appointed PT Pelindo II has not been able to move the physical work on the port project,” he said Siswanto Rusdi, Director of the National Maritime Institute (Namarin) designated as the spokesperson for the Independent Monitoring Team.
Until now the government and PT Pelindo II is still discussing the design of the terminal construction funds of more than Rp 17 trillion. ”We hope this situation does not last long”
He said there were still two standard designs so that the design of PT Pelindo II and the design of the Ministry of Transportation who helped JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency).
Siswanto explained from the aspect of safety, PT Pelindo II plans to build a container terminal Kalibaru in a vertical position vis-à-vis the existing terminal at Tanjung Priok. (Bisnis Indonesia newspaper – 03/04/2012 – tularji)