Thursday, 20 August 2020

Surabaya (17/8) – Beberapa upaya dan target kinerja pemerintah pada Rencana Pembangunan Jangka Menengah Nasional (RPJMN) 2020-2024 erat kaitannya dengan sektor logistik. Target tersebut di antaranya yakni perbaikan ease of doing business (indeks kemudahan berbisnis), penurunan biaya logistik, mengurangi disparitas harga antara kawasan barat dan timur, memperbanyak pusat pertumbuhan ekonomi (pariwisata dan logistik), serta membawa Indonesia masuk dalam rantai suplai logistik dunia.

 

Hal tersebut dipaparkan oleh Sekretaris Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Maritim dan Investasi Agung Kuswandono pada webinar Marine Logistics Academy, Senin (17/8) lalu. “Permasalahan terkait penataan ekosistem logistik nasional harus dikerjakan bersama secara holistik. Pengembangan maritim termasuk yang mencakup banyak sektor dalam membangun (keterpaduan logistik di) Indonesia,” ujarnya.

 

Agung mencontohkan, misalnya pengembangan pelabuhan yang harus terkoneksi dengan akses jalan, layanan trucking, adanya fasilitas pendukung seperti cold storage untuk komoditas pangan misalnya. Pelabuhan dengan manajemen digital yang efektif perlu dikembangkan untuk operasional yang efisien, selain itu juga yang berkonsep greenport, karena pelabuhan tidak hanya milik industri, tapi lingkungan di sekitarnya juga milik masyarakat. “Salah satu yang sudah baik dan relatively berstandar internasional ialah Terminal Teluk Lamong yang dikelola Pelindo III (di Pelabuhan Tanjung Perak Surabaya). Jadi memang harus dikerjakan bersama oleh para pelaku bisnis logistik. Tidak bisa sektoral” tegasnya lagi.

 

Pada diskusi yang sama, Staf Ahli Menteri Perhubungan Bidang Logistik, Multimoda, dan Keselamatan, Cris Kuntadi membenarkan, bahwa perlu ada terobosan yang dilakukan bersama oleh para pemangku kepentingan logistik. Di antaranya menghidupkan kembali atau membangun jalur kereta api sebagai akses ke pelabuhan. Hal ini dapat mengurangi konsumsi BBM untuk truk yang masih mendominasi porsi moda angkutan di Indonesia.

 

Ia mengungkapkan, bahwa perlu ada perimbangan porsi angkutan logistik di Indonesia. “Saat ini angkutan logistik masih terlalu mengandalkan angkutan jalan (darat) dengan presentase 90,4 persen. Sementara (angkutan) laut hanya 7 persen dan penyeberangan (ferry) hanya 2 persen. Kemudian kereta api malah hanya 0,6 persen,” paparnya.

 

Ia melihat hal tersebut merupakan salah satu penyebab tingginya biaya logistik nasional. Peningkatan penggunaan angkutan laut, penyeberangan, dan kereta api akan meningkatkan efisiensi karena kapal dan kereta api merupakan moda angkutan dengan biaya terendah bila dikomparansi dengan kemampuan angkutnya. “Pemerintah telah menerbitkan sejumlah regulasi yang mengatur keterpaduan angkutan multimoda. Mulai dari Peraturan Presiden, Peraturan Pemerintah, hingga Peraturan Menteri Perhubungan. Sehingga diharapkan bisa mendorong partisipasi dan kolaborasi yang lebih selaras dari banyak pihak,” kata Cris Kuntadi.

 

Sementara itu masih dalam diskusi tersebut, Direktur Utama Pelindo Marines (Pelindo III Group) Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto menyebutkan bahwa marine & logistics merupakan sektor jasa yang relatif bisa bertahan, bahkan berkembang, di masa pandemi covid-19 ini. “Potensi ekonomi dari sektor marine & logistics juga terbuka dari pasar internasional, yakni jasa pemanduan di Selat Malaka, perairan internasional di wilayah Indonesia, Malaysia, dan Singapura,” ujarnya.

 

Setidaknya ada sekitar 75 ribu kapal per tahun yang melintasi Selat Malaka. Pelindo Marines merupakan entitas BUMN Indonesia yang sudah menggarap jasa pemanduan internasional tersebut. “Layanan marine dan logistik yang terintegrasi sangat potensial, tidak hanya pemanduan kapal, tetapi juga dikembangkan ke penundaan kapal, ship-to-ship transfer, bunkering, supplies, spare parts, hingga kru kapal. Sehingga potensi ekonomi maritimnya sangat besar untuk digarap dengan kolaborasi bersama,” kata Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto.

 

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Hafidz Novalsyah

Humas PT Pelindo Marine Service (Pelindo III Group)
hafidz.novalsyah@pelindomarines.com

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Monday, 17 August 2020

Pelindo Marines Group menilai pengusaha lokal harus bisa mengoptimalkan pasar maritim dunia karena Indonesia memiliki beberapa selat dengan posisi yang strategis.

Bisnis.com, JAKARTA - Menyambut HUT Kemerdekaan Ke-75 RI, Indonesia harus dapat mengambil pasar internasional menjadi bagian dari rantai pasok dunia serta memanfaatkan posisinya guna memberikan jasa maritim mumpuni terutama di Selat Malaka, Sunda dan Lombok.

CEO Pelindo Marines Group Eko Hariyadi mengatakan potensi ekonomi maritim di Selat Malaka sangat besar karena posisinya sebagai alur laut dunia yang membuat lebih dari 75.000 kapal melalui selat itu setiap tahunnya.

"Potensi ekonomi maritim di Selat Malaka berupa devisa negara mencapai US$130 miliar, penciptaan lapangan kerja hingga 200.000 orang, miliaran rupiah nilai jasa pelayaran, ship to ship transfer, bunkering, supplies, spare parts, kru, limbah, layanan pandu dan tunda," jelasnya, Senin (17/8/2020).

Dia menegaskan potensi ini dapat digarap oleh Pelindo Marines karena sudah turut melakukan pandu kapal-kapal di wilayah selat tersebut. Dia pun menyebutnya cukup mudah, karena sudah dapat bersaing di jalur padat tersebut.

Dia juga menyebut Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) di Selat Sunda dan Selat Lombok pun harus dimanfaatkan dari sisi ekonomi oleh pengusaha domestik.

Pihaknya menyebut potensi Selat Sunda hingga 54.000 kapal per tahunnya, sementara di Selat Lombok mencapai 37.000 kapal per tahun. Walaupun skalanya tak sebesar Selat Malaka, kedua selat ini pun memiliki potensi ekonomi yang bisa digarap.

"Saya melihat sudut pandang pelaku usaha, kenapa mesti dideklarasikan TSS di kedua selat ini selain safety ada manfaat ekonomi yang bisa diambil," ujarnya.

Dia menegaskan pentingnya pengusaha domestik di sektor maritim dapat menggaet potensi tersebut dan menjadi pemain dunia, karena dari sisi jasa Indonesia pun mampu bersaing secara internasional.

Sumber: Bisnis Indonesia @Bisnis.com

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Saturday, 15 August 2020

In the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Pelindo Marines, Pelindo III's subsidiary in the marine services sector, continues to try to listen to customer input and complaints. The use of information technology is optimized by holding a virtual customer visit agenda. "We will hold virtual customer visits with service users, ranging from regional clusters of East Java, Central Java, Bali Nusra, Kalimantan, to international service users of Pelindo Marines services in the Strait of Malacca," explained Pelindo Marines President Director Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto, Saturday (15/8).
Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto revealed that optimization of information technology is a solution to comply with the adaptation period for new habits. "Maintaining communication and coordination with service users also opens up opportunities for service development projections and business networks. So that the business continues to grow in line with complying with health protocols, "he said.In addition, Pelindo Marines is also collaborating with ITS Techno Sains research consultants to conduct customer surveys to gather input from service users. One of the research leaders, Saut Gurning, confirmed that at least 100 marine service users and stakeholders would be contacted to provide input. "Input from customers will be processed data to formulate not only the company's future business development. But also a strategy to survive in the era of crisis, so that the company's business sustainability plan can be formulated more accurately, "he added.Pelindo Marines' business line in the multimodal service sector, BMC Logistics, has used the Customer Mobile Application to make it easier for service users to find out the position of their containers, without having to come to the field or wait for confirmation. The Customer Mobile application is a customer service innovation at the container depot so that information distribution can take place more quickly and accurately."This application is equipped with various features to make it easier for service users. Among other things, you can find out the number of containers going in and out per day, as well as the number of containers stock in the depot. Then the search for container data such as DO number, BL number, vessel, consignee, transport truck number, and so on, can be accessed easily, "said Director of BMC Logistics, Juneddy Sinaga, on a separate occasion.Then there is also the APBS Smart Client application for ship operators crossing shipping access to the Tanjung Perak Port, Surabaya and Gresik Port, Surabaya West Shipping Line. "The APBS Smart Client application helps service users to monitor APBS flow services. In addition, it also functions to simplify the collection to repayment process, which is integrated with Pelindo III's data and system, as a port operator, "said APBS President Director Wawan Sulistyawan in Surabaya."This application system brings the benefits of being transparent and real time transaction processing. In addition, in future application development, later if there is a service user complaint there is no need to bother contacting personally, it is enough to enter the complaint ticket in the application so that it is systemized and can be immediately responded to by the person in charge, "he added.Red and White MaskMeanwhile, from the LNG Terminal at Benoa Harbor Bali, PT Pelindo Energi Logistik (PEL), the Pelindo Marines business line that operates the terminal, has a unique way of serving customers in the atmosphere of the Republic of Indonesia's Independence commemoration. "The Benoa LNG terminal team wore masks with a red and white pattern. The action is to exemplify the fighting spirit of the heroes of independence, in that we serve customers with high-risk energy logistics operations with great care, ”said PEL Operations and Engineering Director, Vitus Satoto, from Surabaya.

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Wednesday, 12 August 2020

Surabaya, 12 Agustus 2020, President Director of PT Pelindo Marine Service, Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto was one of the speakers in the Online Knowledge Capture Book Review "Casting the Nets of Hope at the Lamong Bay." He has an active role in PT Pelindo III  hard work in establishing one of the world's most advanced terminals owned by Indonesia, Terminal Teluk Lamong.

Other speakers who were also experienced experts for the discussion were Rumaji (Director of Operations and Engineering PT  Terminal Teluk Lamong 2018-2020) and Nur Rachmad Hartanto (Terminal Teluk Lamong Construction Project Team). The discussion became a moment for sharing experiences among generations of the Pelindo III knowledge management program. At the beginning of the webinar, a moment of silence was held as a tribute to the late Mohammad Harry Dharmawan, who had served as the Chief of the Terminal Teluk Lamong Construction Project Team and Director of PT Terminal Teluk Lamong). Collaboration, as one of the #AKHLAK values, ??????is a culture that continues to be maintained at Pelindo III Group.

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Friday, 22 May 2020

Surabaya (22/5) – Pelindo Marines (PT Pelindo Marine Service - Pelindo III Group) is ready for various adjustments on its business process during the Covid-19 Pandemic. As instructed by the Ministry of State-owned Enterprises (SOE), 'the New Normal' scenario should be executed on May 26. 

"As the subsidiary of Pelindo III that supports marine services, such as pilotage and vessel towage at the port, Pelindo Marines ensures to maintain 24/7 operational services to support the national logistics' flow of goods. Logistics supply becomes essential for public sufficient food supplies and commodities during the economic crisis," said the Director of Finance, HR, and GA of Pelindo Marines, Denny Hermanto, Friday (22/5), in Surabaya. 

Moreover, the Covid-19 Pandemic is stated as Extraordinary Occurrence (KLB) by the Government. Pelindo Marines formed Covid-19 Task Force, aim to make sure the health protocols are socialized and executed. "Started from the distributions of masks, multivitamin, warm-herb drinks, fruits, body temperature checking, physical distancing, periodic rapid-test, and many more. It aims to engage the safety protection of employees, customers, business partners, suppliers, and stakeholders in port and shipyard," said Denny Hermanto. 

In connection with 'the New Normal' Scenario by the Ministry of SOE, urges the employees aged below 45 years old to work at the office. It has been socialized to several employees. "However, the amount of employee that works at the office has to be regulated properly by considering the KPI, avoiding crowded working space, and employee's medical condition. Even though several operational departments already maintain to work properly in places of deployment," he stated. 

Adding that, the Director of Commersial, Operational, and Engineering of Pelindo Marines, Kartiko Adi, said that it is important to extend the management support for the seafarers and operational workers. Such as adding multivitamin supply, provides Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), medical kit in vessel and shipyard, and personal hygiene equipment. "Maintaining daily team briefing is always conducted by executing physical distancing and aims to implement Occupational, Safety, and Health (K3). The medical check-up for ship crews and ship hygiene checking has been periodically executed and developed the checking accuracy," He said. 

The implementation of Information Technology has to be developed, especially the software optimization, primarily on operational monitoring of bunkering, up to the software application to support the administration business process to maintain the paperless document system. Moreover, internal meeting or external meeting with customer or shareholders has to be conducted online by utilizing software that is safe for sharing document and keeping private data. "Marine Care Facility is ready 24/7 to receive and respond to customer's complaints. Thus, we can maintain the service excellence provided by Pelindo Marines," he said. 

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Tuesday, 05 May 2020

Surabaya (5/5) – Mariners, the familiar name given to the employees of PT Pelindo Marine Service (Pelindo Marines), PT Alur Pelayaran Barat Surabaya (APBS), PT Pelindo Energi Logistik (PEL), dan PT Berkah Multi Cargo (BMC Logistics) (Pelindo III Group), enganged the donation of Mariners Care! 2020. ‘’From the donations that has been collected by the employees and sponsorships, the distributions are 1.250 food supplies and masks, 2.000 medical masks, 200 hazmat, and 20 boxes medical gloves’’, said The Committee Head of Mariners Care, Tito SW, in the midst of second stage distribution with mariners and the representatives of each donation recipient in the Al Farisi Mosque, PMS Office, on Tuesday (5/5). This event was attended by the Pelindo Marines President Director who is Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto, APBS President Director who is Wawan Sulistyawan, PEL Director who is Sarjono, and BMC Logistics President Director who is Johanes Wahyu Hertanto.

Tito SW also stated that the Covid-19 pandemic has spread and captured there are a lof of people get the impact of economy crisis. Mariners initiated to contribute on social donation and announced it through social media. It got a lot of positive responses. The donations are in the form of money and food packages. It was collected by employees of PMS, APBS, PEL, BMC, also the other employees of Pelindo III Group, and another companies that focus on maritime logistics sector, and banking sector.

He also stated that the distribution of food packages divided into some stages. The first stage was held on 2 stages. The first stage was held on April 20th, that distributed 500 food packages and masks. Then, in the second stage, distributed 750 food packages and masks. For each package, included 5 kg of rice, 500 mL of cooking oil, 4 instant noodles, and non-medical mask.

‘’There were a lot of people can save lives of this donations. They were the poor that live surroundings mariners, in the ring I area that’s near from PMS Group’s office (Port of Tanjung Perak), rickshaw pullers and online drivers, Islamic tutors, retired workers, orphanages, veteran widows. The donation distribution was collaborated with Head of RT in those areas, journalist associations, and Instagram account of @AsliSuroboyo that has published the information about Mariners Care, which has been spread to 971K followers’’, said Tito SW.

In addition, Tito stated that Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) would be donated to medical team in hospitals and Satgas Covid-19 in East Java, who has been at the emergency vanguard of Covid-19. Furthermore, Mariners Care also did a disinfectant spraying for public area, as follows traditional markets, residents center, schools, mosques, churches, and Hindu temples in surrounding areas of the port.

President Director of Pelindo Marines, Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto, appreciated those contribution of Mariners Care as the humanitarian action. “It reminds us that the extensive network of mariners expresses the spirit of gotong royong, aimed to help people in crisis life. Gotong royong is the nation characteristic that is crucial to be attempted by the government and citizens to against Covid-19 pandemic,’’ his statement.

 

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