IPC Synergy With Semen Indonesia and WIKA
By : Dina Astria And Aldi Firhand | Friday, May 18 2018 - 22:01 IWST
PT Semen Indonesia Tbk (SMGR) (indonesianindustry)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Pelabuhan Indoesia II (Persero) or IPC has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation plan for the utilization of llahan and port service activities with PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk.
The signing of the MoU was executed by IPC President Director Elvyn G. Masassya and Semen Indonesia Director Hendi Prio Santoso and witnessed by SOE Minister Rini Soemarno at the Ministry of SOEs, Jakarta, Thursday.
Elvyn said in a written statement in Jakarta on Thursday that the memorandum of understanding aims to build partnerships and synergy of SOEs with the principle of mutual benefit in exploiting their respective potentials based on good governance principles.
"Semen Indonesia and IPC have enhanced capabilities and functions to participate in land-use cooperation and port services, and we hope that this MoU will increase the business potential of both parties," he said.
The signing of the MoU between IPC and Semen Indonesia is related to a number of scopes covering the utilization of cement and / or non-cement products from Semen Indonesia and / or its subsidiaries and affiliates in development or port development activities within the IPC.
The cooperation also covers the distribution, logistics and unloading of cement and / or non-cement products from Semen Indonesia and / or its subsidiaries and affiliates within the IPC and / or its subsidiaries and affiliates as well as the service of vessels and ship delays and goods services by IPC at Tersus / TUKS belonging to Semen Indonesia and / or its subsidiaries and affiliates within the IPC.
Development of Kijing Harbor In the same occasion, IPC also signed a cooperation agreement with PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk for the development of the Port of Kijing, West Kalimantan.
Gaza Terminal will be developed as an inner sea port that is able to accommodate the potential of "hinterland" and large ship.
In the first phase, IPC will build four terminals namely "multipurpose" terminals, liquid bulk terminals, container terminals and dry bulk terminals.
The container terminal capacity is projected to reach 1 million TEUs while the bulk liquid and dry bulk respectively 8.3 million tons and 15 million tons. There is also a multipurpose terminal capacity projected to reach 500 thousand tons per year in the first phase.
"The development of Kijing Terminal will be integrated with the Special Economic Zone (KEK) so that it can become the center of raw material processing industry for both domestic and export needs," said Elvyn.