Pelindo II is Ready to Facilitate Automotive Industry Exports

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, September 06 2018 - 21:18 IWST

President Director of Pelindo II Elvyn G Masassya
President Director of Pelindo II Elvyn G Masassya

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) is ready to facilitate the export of the national automotive industry along with the launch of PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia's full vehicle export (CBU) which reached 1.3 million units on Wednesday (5/9/2018)

"As the main gateway to export-import activities, port facilities managed by Pelindo II continue to be developed to facilitate export-import," Pelindo II President Director Elvyn G Masassya said in a written statement in Jakarta.

According to him, the ports managed by Pelindo II are entering a new era, where almost all the supporting activities and facilities utilize digital technology, so that export-import activities are faster, easier and cheaper, including to facilitate the national automotive industry.

With the existing facilities, continued Elvyn, Pelindo II played a role in the efficiency of logistics costs, so that industrial products in the country could compete and compete with other countries.

"This is in line with the government's commitment to encourage the country's automotive industry to grow more rapidly. For example, by simplifying regulations and preparing various supporting infrastructure," he said.

On that occasion, he also expressed his appreciation for the trust given by PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia to IPC Car Terminal in handling the export import and distribution between islands of automotive products so far.

According to him, Pelindo II through its subsidiary, PT Indonesia Terminal Vehicle Tbk (IPC Car Terminal / IPCC) continues to build vehicle terminal services, including facilitating the entry of heavy equipment such as excavators, bulldozers, locomotives and other spare parts with an integrated system.

PCC has complete facilities for Vehicle Processing Center (VPC) services, Equipment Processing Center (EPC), PortStock, including road access quality that is tailored to the needs of the automotive industry.

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