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PT INDONESIA KENDARAAN TERMINAL TBK / IPCC SIGNED MOU WITH PT IPC TERMINAL PETIKEMAS

2018-10-06 | 180 views

 JAKARTA, 5 th October 2018 – PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal, Tbk or IPCC as the first Car Terminal Operator in Indonesia which are listed on Indonesian Stock Exchange, continues to expand its business as an effort to fulfil its IPO prospectus while providing guarantee to investors regarding IPCC’s commitment to continue develop its business.

Today, Friday 5th October 2018, IPCC together with IPC Terminal Petikemas, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“MOU”) on Joint Operations of Piers and Fields 106, 107 and 108 at Tanjung Priok Port.

The joint operations at 106, 107 and 108 piers and fields are conducted as a means to support the zoning system enhancement program and terminal operator specialization within IPC work environment, where IPCC is a specialist operator for handling, loading and unloading of vehicles, heavy equipment and spare parts. 

Post-signing of the MOU between IPCC and IPC Terminal Petikemas as the operator of 106, 107 and 108 pier and field zones, IPCC has been given the rights to operate the pier and field for the purpose of loading and unloading of Pure RORO (Pure Car Carrier), RORO Passenger/RORO Crossing, RORO Mixed/Combo and cargo of vehicles serviced by LCT/Barge Ships, which has the characteristics of vessel in accordance with the specifications of pier 106, 107 and 108.

The real impact which could be felt is the addition of IPCC throughput which could reach approximately 175.000 units so that the total throughput to be handled by IPCC could reach nearly 600.000 units. This is in fact a strategic step taken by the company to further enhance IPCC’s position in the international arena when it comes to the operation of vehicle terminals in making the company as the top 5 vehicle terminal operator in the world.

In addition, moving forward IPCC and IPC Terminal Petikemas will further collaborate to improve upon the efficiency and effectiveness of shipping activities by serving RORO container vessels which have been operating in European countries, so that customers will have more option in choosing their cargo ships in order to streamline the logistics cost and also RORO terminal connectivity with containers.

Present during the MOU signing ceremony along with Mr Chiefy Adi K (President Director of IPCC) is Mr M Adji (Director of IPC Petikemas), Mr Arif Isnawan (Director of Commercial & Business Development at IPCC) and Mr Indra Hidayat Sani (Director of Operations at IPCC). The signing ceremony was also attended and endorsed by Mr Mulyadi as the GM of Tanjung Priok Port being the operator and trade port facilitator.

In his remarks IPCC President Director Mr Chiefy Adi K hopes that this cooperation will bring value add to both parties, especially when it comes to improving services to port customers and service users through a zoning and terminal operator specialization system in order to realize Indonesia’s goal as the world’s maritime axis.

IPCC as the only vehicle terminal in Indonesia when it comes to the operations of Pier 106, 107 and 108 shows one of its efforts in the prospectus being a public company to develop a vehicle terminal so that in the future it would be able to provide the highest quality of services to its customers.

Furthermore, Mr Chiefy Adi K added that Pier 106, 107 and 108 will further add to the company’s strategic locations so that it would be easier to be reached by automotive manufacturers and encourage producers to conduct domestic shipments through facilities owned by the company in various regions in Indonesia. Having said that, it is important to note that this cooperation could only be realized provided there is strong collaboration between the company and PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I, II, III and IV (IPC) and its subsidiaries. Also, synergies with good private logistic companies, shipping lines, stevedoring, car carriers etc are needed in order to grow together to bring Indonesia position in the global arena. 

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