Company History

PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal Tbk

Key Milestones

Car terminal transformation from a division of IPC became an individual company and plans to be a public listed company in 2018.

The national automotive industry has undergone a remarkable growth during the last decade. This success is a result of increased consumer purchasing power and trust from the global automotive manufacturer towards Indonesia as the production base. Various automotive manufactures were established in Indonesia and this opportunity must be supported by the Government through infrastructure enhancements in the automotive industry sector. Trans-island or export/import vehicle distribution is administered by the Ports utilizing conventional or multi-purpose terminals. Therefore, to elevate the productivity and to accelerate the distribution activities, accommodating a special port that handles cars, heavy machines and equipment is required. To accomplish that, in 2006 Vice President of The Republic of Indonesia, Jusuf Kalla, recommended to establish particular ports for cargo loading and unloading operations on Ro-Ro vessels (Roll on Roll off) due to the fact that vehicle export/import operations were constrained due to lack of appropriate dock facilities with world-class-standard cargo operations. Responding to this idea, on 14 March 2006, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero), assigned an ITB LAPI Consultancy Service to initiate car terminal construction draft for Tanjung Priok.

Horizontal Car Parking

The construction of Tanjung Priok Car Terminal

In August 2006, groundbreaking of Car Terminal construction was undertaken and initiated by The Minister of SOEs, Sugiharto and The Minister of Transportation, Hatta Rajasa. The construction was carried out by PT. Wijaya Karya and finished in the following year. In June 2007, Car Terminal Tanjung Priok, a business unit of PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia (Persero) Tanjung Priok Chapter was officially inaugurated by the Vice President of Indonesia, Muhammad Jusuf Kalla. The terminal unit was later called Tanjung Priok Car Terminal (TPT).

Vertical Car Parking

Construction of Tanjung Priok Car Terminal

In line with with the corporate’s rapid development and the increasing performances as well as the position of Car Terminal as one of the chains in automotive industry development in Indonesia, a brisk entity is highly required in order to compete globally. In response to the demand, on 5 November 2012, by virtue of the Deed No.10/2012, Tanjung Priok Car Terminal was shifted into a separate corporate body 99% shares owned by PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) and 1 % owned by PT Multi Terminal Indonesia.

Gate

Construction of Tanjung Priok Car Terminal

PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal Tbk. provides dedicated areas and facilities that handle cargo loading and unloading operations including CBU, trucks, buses, heavy machineries and other cargo on Ro-Ro vessels utilizing roll-on-roll-off platform. Owing to tremendous global demands for vehicles and its accessories, PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal Tbk escalates its service and facility to embrace the global competition atmosphere amidst local ports by providing international-standard facility, increasing loading and unloading operations pace, and assigning competent and skillful human resource.

Office

Construction of Tanjung Priok Car Terminal

For purposes of required transformation by PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) in 2012, PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal Tbk – one of its subsidiaries – must also actively transform as well. This is one of the key factors affecting the success or failure of the parent company’s transformation process. Thus, in 2012 PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) established a blue print serving as a management guide for PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal Tbk. The corporate management was restructured, developed, and enhanced to meet the necessary corporate road-mad in 2017. Equipped with a strong and effective platform, PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal Tbk. is challenged to become a world-class car terminal leading in excellent operational and services with a tagline of “We Will Shine With You.”

Initial Dock Elevation Test

PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal Tbk

Before the terminal was officially operated, the elevation test of the vessel ramp door and Car Terminal dock was done on 4 October 2007. Cargo owners conducted the inspection using domestic liner cargo vessel (KM Serasi II) before they accommodated other vessels with greater DWT for export/import purposes. This operation is critical since it subjects to safety cargo procedure at IKT terminal. The test would determine if IKT dock met the standard of operation at Ro-Ro terminal.