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  • Promoting Metal Industry as One of the Priority Industries in Indonesia

    The Exhibition of “Metal Industry Promotion to Create Competitiveness in the Industry” was officially opened by the Ministry of Industry Republic of Indonesia accompanied by Director General of Metals, Machinery, Transportation and Electronics...

  • Welcoming the 4th Industrial Revolutionary Era

    Indonesia has offered the construction projects of railway tracks and seaports to South Korean investors at the 8th meeting of the ASEAN-ROK Transport Cooperation Forum held in Seoul from July 12 to 14. Secretary General of the Indonesian...

  • Sea Toll Road Route T-9 Belongs to PT PELNI

    The Ministry of Transportation decided to assign PT Pelayaran Nasional Indonesia (Persero) or Pelni to work on a sea toll route. The new route assigned to Pelni is the T-9 Route, starting from Tanjung Perak to Namrole on the southern Buru Island ...

  • Long Distance Ferry Can Cut Logistics Costs

    The government wants to move the logistics truck route from land to sea using a roll on-roll off ferry boat (roro). Vice Chairman of the Indonesian Truck Entrepreneurs Association (Aptrindo) Kyatmaja Lookman said, long distance roro could be the...

  • Jokowi Launches Economic Policy Package Volume XV

    President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) released the Economic Policy Package Volume XV. Through this package, Jokowi improves the national logistics system while accelerating the business development and competitiveness of national logistics service...

  • Jokowi Sees Maritime Resources as Indonesian Future

    ITSCL, May 2017 - President Jokowi “Jokowi” Widodo has said Indonesia has to seriously start exploiting maritime resources, which he believes are the future of the country’s economy. He said there is only a small part of maritime resources worth Rp...

  • The Ministry of Transportation Will Open Direct Shipping Line from Maluku to Darwin

    ITSCL, May 2017 - Transportation Minister Budi Karya said his ministry plans to open a shipment line from Maluku to Darwin in an attempt to boost the fisheries industry in the region.“There are many fish that physically cannot stay fresh too long,”...

  • Japan, Indonesia to set up maritime forum

    Jakarta | Tue, December 20, 2016 | 09:05 pm The Japanese and Indonesian governments are set to establish on Wednesday the Japan-Indonesia Maritime Forum, in which the two countries will discuss maritime cooperation. Under the new framework, Tokyo...

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