Port of Tanjung Priok

Port of Tanjung Priok


The Port of Tanjung Priok is the busiest and most advanced seaport in Indonesia, handling more than 50% of Indonesia's trans-shipment cargo traffic. 

Located in North Jakarta, on the island of Java, Tanjung Priok is operated by state-owned Indonesian Port Corporation (Persero), a state-owned enterprise specializing in seaport operation, development and investment. IPC operates numerous seaports in 10 provinces of Indonesia.  

 The Port of Tanjung Priok has three container terminals, as well as terminals that provide specialized services for general cargo, dry bulk, liquid bulk, oil and chemicals.

Top 50 Global Container Ports 2018
09 Aug 2019
Asian gateways continued to dominate the global port market in 2018, handling more than three-quarters of the total throughput of the top 50 container ports worldwide.
04 Jan 2018
As the third decade of globalization nears, Indonesia has several characteristics that shippers and business interests find attractive.
21 Jul 2017
The government wants to develop a high capacity, low unit cost shipping network.
22 Jun 2017
Inefficient operations at Tanjung Priok and regular traffic around the port adds significant costs to supply chains.
20 Apr 2017
The move is seen as another step in an ongoing campaign to reform the country's port and shipping network.
02 Jan 2017
Southeast Asia’s port scene is incredibly dynamic, and 2017 will be a year of significant changes with big implications for shippers.
13 Oct 2016
Indonesia is considering a reduction in transshipment charges.
21 Sep 2016
Indonesia is mulling the introduction of 24-hour operations and fast-tracking a plan to double the number of bonded logistics centers in the country to reduce cargo dwell times at its major ports.
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.
25 Nov 2015
The World Bank is assisting Malaysia to develop a national port strategy to better position its ports sector as a critical facilitator of economic growth.
19 Dec 2014
Indonesia’s largest port operator Pelabuhan Indonesia II (IPC) will partner with PSA International, Japanese investment company Mitsui & Co. and NYK Line to construct and operate a container terminal at Jakarta’s Tanjung Priok port.
18 Oct 2013
As Southeast Asia’s largest economy, Indonesia is one of the rising stars on a continent full of them. An archipelago consisting of more than 17,000 islands, it’s also one of Asia’s biggest logistics challenges. Now it’s facing another challenge, a slowing economy marked by rising inflation colliding with an urgent need of a transportation infrastructure upgrade.
02 Sep 2013
Indonesia’s state-owned port operator Pelindo II has opened a new car terminal in Sumatra.
07 Jun 2013
A strike earlier this week at the leading Indonesia gateway port of Tanjung Priok is continuing to cause truck bottlenecks, according to forwarders.
06 Feb 2013
Indonesia’s economic growth continues to be undermined by its poor logistics performance and congestion at the key gatewa