Development of Tanjung Api-Api SEZ Reaches Rp 45 Trillion

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, January 04 2018 - 20:38 IWST

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Logistic Ilustration - Palembang - Development of Special Economic Zone and International port of Tanjung Api Api Tanjung Carat Banyuasin Regency, South Sumatra is estimated to reach Rp45 trillion.

Both developments do require substantial funding because it is a strategic project, said President Director of PT Sriwijaya Mandiri South Sumatra IGB Surya Negara in Palembang, Thursday (4/1/2017)

Furthermore, he said, the funding value of Rp 45 trillion is needed to build all facilities in Tanjung Api Api Special Economic Zone, including land acquisition of up to 2,030 hectares.

In addition, funding to reclaim Tanjung Carat and build the port, he said.

According to him, not only that but also build road infrastructure area, electricity, water until sewage treatment. So it is reasonable if the funds are large because the facilities are built quite a lot, he said.

For the initial priority that must be completed his side with PT Sriwijaya Tanjung Carat land acquisition, the article of the partners will start construction, he told the media crew.

Indeed, he added, currently the newly acquired land area of ​​66.13 hectares of the total 217 ha will be released in the first phase.

The first phase of land acquisition uses local government data through South Sumatera APBD worth Rp55 billion in 2015.

This is because the Provincial Government of South Sumatra is only able to free the land 66,13 ha so that to accelerate the development needs to hold private, he said.

He said the target of TAA’s SEZ maturation could be completed by 2019, while the reclamation of the deep sea port is expected to be completed by the end of 2020.

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