The government wants to develop a high capacity, low unit cost shipping network.
13 Jun 2016
Japanese logistics firm SG Holdings has secured two strategic business partners in Southeast Asia.
30 May 2016
Japan has agreed to provide financial support for a new international port development project in Indonesia.
17 May 2016
Industry players from logistics service providers to container lines and air cargo airlines correctly see e-commerce as a trend that, more than any other, will drive change in traditional supply chain processes and have a transformational effect on the way goods are connected to consumers.
23 Mar 2016
A container storage penalty scheme at Jakarta International Container Terminal introduced as part of efforts to reduce cargo dwell time is being revised after shippers said the additional fees are too high and hurt business.
05 Feb 2016
Indonesia is expected to continue to disallow majority foreign ownership of its ports when it releases a revised version of its list of limits on foreign participation in the economy due to be issued in the coming week.
14 Nov 2015
Port development in Indonesia is moving at full speed, driven by a sense of urgency as the republic seeks to rejuvenate its crumbling maritime infrastructure, and the deep-sea development at Kijing is a critical part of that effort.
13 Nov 2015
Indonesia’s Minister of Transport threw down the gauntlet to domestic air carriers, warning that if they were not able to add international routes he would offer them to foreign airlines that were knocking at the door.
05 Nov 2015
Maersk Group will not make a major forward asset investment in Indonesia’s port or domestic shipping sector until the government addresses a range of investment concerns, according to the president director of Maersk Indonesia.
22 Oct 2015
The Maersk Group today signed a letter of intent with the Indonesian government to improve the flow of cargo through the eastern port of Bitung and speed up maritime and economic development of the under-served region.
09 Sep 2015
As container volume rises, Indonesia’s Tanjung Perak is working to improve productivity by streamlining its management, deploying new cranes and automating its operating system.