Wednesday, 22 April 2020

The mariners, or familiar name that’s given to the employees of PT Pelindo Marine Service, PT Alur Pelayaran Barat Surabaya, PT PelindoEnergiLogistik, and PT Berkah Multi Cargo, engaged the humanitarian action Mariners Care! to help people who gets the impact of Covid-19 Pandemic in Surabaya and surroundings.

The donations that was collected by the employees, on the 1st stage distribution, there were 500 food packages and masks that has been donated. For each package, it was contained 5 kg rice bag, 500 mL cooking oil, 4 packs instant noodle, and 3 fabric masks.

The distribution of 250 food packages was carried out, in collaboration with @AsliSuroboyo Instagram account, that has 964 thousand followers. It aims to expand the extensive network and aspiration to donate food packages and masks for people in need.

In addition, hundreds of food packages was also donated to the representatives of the poor, informal workers, rickshaw pullers, online drivers, Islamic tutor/ management of mosque/musholla that live in Perak and surroundings.

The committee leader, Tito SW, stated that the donations had been distributed to Surabaya people, in collaboration with @AsliSuroboyo, food packages were also donated to the poor, rickshaw pullers, online drivers, informal workers, Islamic tutor/ management of mosque/musholla that live in surroundings office. “This social action was initiative of employees to engage donation for people that gets the impact of Covid-19 Pandemic. As the SOEs fellow, we took initiative to raise donations, accompanying with Government and some associations, to help people in need during this economy crisis,” his statement, after symbolically handed the donations in Port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya areas, Monday (20 April 2020).

We hope that the donation concept through employees participation in a workplace or organization may inspire a lot of people to initiate the similar humanitarian action. Furthermore, we  do not only need to hear the voice of poor people that lives surroundings the office, but also cooperate social media account that has extensive network in city level or inter-city level.

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Thursday, 05 March 2020

The East Java Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI Jatim), that is led by Hengky Pratoko as the Chairman, had a discussion with Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto as the President Director of Pelindo Marine Service in Head Office of PMS Group, Surabaya. It was also attended by the representatives of ALFI Jatim, who were Arief Tejo as Vice Chairperson, Agus Muslim as Secretary, Husni as Director of Custom Affairs, Yayuk as Head of Training and Manpower Development Division, Erik as Head of Logistics Division, Cece as Head of Foreign Affairs, Romzi Abdullah as the Chairman of GINSI East Java.

Hengky Pratoko appreciated the business growth of PMS Group for the last 2 years. “We as the business players, wants to be business partner for SOEs and its subsidiaries. The visiting of ALFI Jatim to PMS, became an appreciation for SOEs that always maintains business contribution with private sector. Especially, logistics sector that requires to have stakeholders collaboration in order to serving people”, he stated.

Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto also declared that solid collaboration of stakeholders on port and logistics sectors become essential. “Currently, PMS Group has launched Representative Office in Batam. This movement aims to accommodate business expansion of Pelindo III, contributed by PMS in Malacca Strait areas. It was started by the hand over of pilotage service to Pelindo III, that is handled by PMS”, he said.

In addition, the solid relation between PMS and ALFI/ILFA becomes a  strong foundation to develop business expansion of PMS, out of its captive market. “Moreover, our collaboration is not only on Surabaya or East Java, but also cooperate wherever there is a possibility of doing so. Furthermore, in Batam and Malacca Strait, the collaboration of SOEs and national businessmen engages synergy to expand Indonesian business sector in global market,”. The representatives of ALFI/ILFA East Java were also invited to have discussion and visited the shipyard of Pelindo Marines. They also explored the Port of Tanjung Perak and Gresik by having Nembrala ship. The business players on maritime sector, found that their logistics business are well served. Pelindo Marines regards that the solid relation with stakeholders are important to develop the business expansion of Pelindo Marines, out of its captive market.

 

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Thursday, 27 February 2020

PT Pelindo Marine Service held the Annual Coordination Meeting 2020 in the train on the way of Surabaya-Semarang route. This creative meeting was attended by the entire Board of Directors of PT Pelindo Marine Service, PT APBS, PT PEL, PT BMC Logistics, and top level management. On the second day, Saut Gurning as the Maritime Educator of ITS and Hendrik Lim, a business transformation speaker was joint to spark discussion about expansion and transformation. The participants also visited Shipyard of PMS and PEL's Tank Storage Deli at the Port of Tanjung Emas. For the last day, they joint Port Sally Club cycling event with two routes of 14 KM and 55 KM. President Director of PMS, Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto, said that the PMS Group meeting theme 2020 is 'Synergizing The Team ', which means to synergize all group's management and the services as an intergrated solution for all clients.

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Tuesday, 18 February 2020

Surabaya (18/2) – Ministry of Transportation appoints Indonesian State Owned Enterprises Pelindo III to provide pilotage and vessel towage services in the Malacca Strait, Phillip Strait, and Singapore Strait. The area is declared as an exceptional pilotage watershed Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) shipping route next to neighboring countries, Malaysia and Singapore. The subsidiary of Pelindo III, Pelindo Marine Service, will start the Surabaya headquartered maritime SOE to expand its international market.

The Decree of Directorate General of Sea Transportation was handover by the Capt. Agus Arifianto to Pelindo III Engineering Director Joko Noerhudha, who was accompanied by President Director of Pelindo Marine Service, Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto, in Surabaya, Tuesday (18/2)

“At this moment, it is historical day for Pelindo III, after having some stages of performance evaluation, infrastructures, and HR. Consequently, Pelindo III is appointed to handle pilotage service in TSS. In order to keep the competition position in global market, the pilotage service in Malacca Strait have to provide service excellent, as the protection of Indonesia’s national endurance and logistics supply,” said Agus Arifianto in opening speech.

At that time, Joko Noerhudha, appreciates the strategic performance of Directorate General of Marine Transportation, Ministry of Transportation, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, that has succeed to strengthen Indonesia’s territory and build up the national income on maritime industry. “By having The Decree of Directorate General of Sea Transportation, Pelindo III by the hand of Pelindo Marine Service, as State Owned Enterprises, becomes more reliable and secure to handle Indonesian pilotage and vessel towage services for international ships in Malacca Strait and surroundings,” he stated.

 “Pelindo III urges all the subsidiaries to expand their business out of captive market. In addition, they have to invent by providing added value to global customers. It becomes big advantages of international expansion,” said Joko Noerhudha.

Eko Hariyadi Budiyanti declared that the business opportunity on handling pilotage and vessel towage services in that territorial has been studied by The Littoral States. The Forum Tripartite Technical Expert Group (TTEG) was attended by Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. “The negotiation found out the clearness in Intersessional Meeting of The Working Group on Voluntary Pilotage Services in Straits of Malacca and Singapore, in Bandung, early 2007. This meeting was initiated at the 41st TTEG Forum, in Yogyakarta,” he said and also attended TTEG Forum.

Furthermore, it affirms the Indonesian Government’s commitment to handle the national maritime sector expansion. Ministry of Transportation awarded that chance to State Owned Enterprises, especially Pelindo III that has the subsidiary on marine service, PMS, that has handled pilotage service in Malacca Strait for recent years.

 “It becomes hard competition. There are some pilotage or marine advisory that has been handled by Malaysia and Singapore. In reality, 60 percent of the territory is owned by Republic Indonesia. It becomes the challenge for international maritime community that Indonesia is able to manage Malacca Strait. The pilotage and marine advisory services that has been handled by Pelindo Marine Service, are the initial work planning of Indonesian Government to expand vessel traffic information system (in the Malacca Strait),” he said.

The maritime educator of ITS Surabaya, Saut Gurning, also attended the event. According Straitrep (2019), at the period time of 2009-2019, there were almost 60.000-85.000 vessels that pass through Malacca Strait for a year. “There were only 300 vessels that has been handled by Indonesia. It should be around 2.000-3.000 unit. It would be successful strategic for handling service on huge vessels, for instance VLCC (very large crude carrier/tanker),” he stated. 

In addition, the amount of 60,000-85,000 ship units per year, showed that the economic value of pilotage service reached Rp 45 trillion. The total derivation value could be Rp 360 trillion. In fact, Indonesia did not aware that they handle the service in the most eastbound area (Indonesia territory), Sumatra-Natuna areas.

“Currently, the realisation value is almost 80 thousand vessels, estimated 70% is handled by Singapore, because they have a port. The Indonesia interport have to be expanded, for instance Kuala Tanjung. If we only handle hinterland segment  (proponent port area), the profit value is not significance. Several stakeholders, which are government, SOEs, private companies have to cooperate for gaining the potential sector in Malacca Strait,” he said. 

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Saturday, 18 January 2020

On January 18, General Director of PT Pelindo Marine Service, Eko Hariyadi Budiyanto has the opportunity to be a speaker at the 2020 Business Opportunity Seminar organized by Airlangga University. The topics presented are regarding logistics and shipping. The event is also attended by many business people from various industries, and became a moment of networking and elaborating on sharing business potential for 2020 and beyond.

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Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Pelindo III Group held a mass circumcision for 300 kids in three cities, Surabaya, Semarang, and Banjarmasin on Wednesday, 15th of January 2020. This social activity is held in celebrating the anniversary of three Subsidiaries. Those are BJTI Port (18th Anniversary), Pelindo Marine (8th Anniversary), and Terminal Teluk Lamong (6th Anniversary). For Pelindo III, celebrating by sharing to the people around is form of gratitude for all the business lines of the Subsidiaries are supported by the surrounding people and society’ said the HR Director of Pelindo III, Toto Herliyanto. ‘today there are 150 kids participated in Surabya. There are 75 people in Semarang, ang 75 kids in Banjarmasin. They perticipants also get some school aid and gift. There is also some intertainment like music and magic show during the waiting time to get circumcised.’ added him.

The medical teams for this mas circumcision are from PHC Hospital in Surabaya, Semarang, and Kalimantan. ‘Pelindo III is commited to pay more attention on social care by supporting the community around. So that we can help and support the people around on health, social, education, and economy’ said Toto Herliyanto. One of the participant’s parents, Ageng Satria delivers his gratitude and says that this event can really help their financial by saving the money for circumcision to another need such as education’. The organizer of Baitun Nisa Islamic Boarding School also says that 3 of 5 participants are orphans, so that it really helps them.

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