Djakarta Lloyd Operates Five Cargo Ships
By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Sunday, August 05 2018 - 17:27 IWST
Port, illustration of loading and unloading of goods
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Djakarta Lloyd (Persero) currently operates five cargo ships to transport goods via inter-island sea lanes in Indonesia.
"The five ships are Darma Lautan Intan, Daya Lautan I, which is a self-owned vessel, as well as three chartered vessels namely MV Aurora Christin, MV Srikandi Indonesia and MV Ametis," said Business Division of PT Djakarta Lloyd (Persero) Abdi Nugroho in Terminal II Tanjungpriok Port, Jakarta, Saturday when receiving a visit from 33 students from North Sumatra who participated in the Nusantara Know Student Program (SMN).
The SMN is part of the SOE Present for the country program which aims to instill a sense of pride and love for the country from an early age to high school / vocational school / vocational high school students.
For North Sumatra this year 33 students from various districts / cities in the region were selected to visit Manokwari, West Papua, in addition to introducing their regional culture, as well as getting to know the culture of the people in Papua.
This year, PT Hutama Karya (Persero) was appointed by the Ministry of SOE to be the coordinator of the SMN activities in North Sumatra together with Indonesia's National Shipping Corporation, PT Pos Indonesia, PT Nindya Karya, PT Kawasan Industri Medan and PT. Djakarta Lloyd.
As reported by Antara, PT Djakarta Lloyd (Persero) is a state-owned company engaged in the field of container cargo and bulk cargo transportation services based on marine vessels.
The company, which was established as a state-owned enterprise in 1961, was once the best state-owned container and bulk cargo transportation service in its time in 1970-1980.
"Djakarta Lloyd also serves the agency of foreign and national vessels that will be loading and unloading at the port. Djakarta Lloyd transports bulk cargo of coal using 'breakbulk' vessels to supply PLTUs throughout Indonesia," he said.