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Port Overview

Key port information can also be found at: http://www.jict.co.id or http://www.priokport.co.id

or http://www.indonesiaport.co.id/

  • Located in North Jakarta, Tanjung Priok is the busiest port in Indonesia. It handles more than 30% of non-oil-and-gas cargo in the country, and around 50% of the entire flow of goods into and out of Indonesia. 
  • The area operated covers 197 hectares consisting of three (3) main terminals, Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and Terminal 3; then Two lines area, as well as areas managed by the Property Division.

  

The Port of Tanjung Priok contains a total of 81 berths with a total length over 12.830 meters with alongside depths ranging from 3 to 14 meters.

  • The Port of Tanjung Priok's 21 warehouses cover 101,972 M2, 62 conventional yards cover.
  • Its open storage yards cover total of 1,995,074M2.
  • The basin area covers 424 hectares, and the total land area is 604 hectares.
  • The breakwater for the Port of Tanjung Priok is 8,456 m long.
  • The channel is 3 Km long and it is 150 meters wide with a depth of 10 meters.
  • The port has a rail connection, trains are loaded in the port and can connect to locations across Java

Indonesia Ports  Corporation  Tanjung  Priok  (IPC or PELINDO II) branch  manages  vessel  traffic in  port  waters  and  basins,  including anchoring and berthing of cargo ships. It provides:

  • Pilotage and towing services
  • Port facilities for berthing hand handling cargoes.
  • Terminals for containers, conventional, bulk, and roll-on/roll-off cargoes and a passenger terminal.
  • Management of the cargo distribution centre and inland container depot operations.
  • Electricity and telephone services and drinking water.
  • Space for office buildings, reception facilities, and industrial estates

The port business conducted by the Company is divided into several types of business, namely Ship Services, Goods Services and other services.

Ship Services

Ship operational activities renaging from entry to exit the port, covering:

  • Mooring Services,
  • Water Services and Refuelling Services.

Goods Services

Loading and unloading cargo from ships to delivery to the owner of the goods that includes:

  • Stevedoring Services,
  • Stacking Services,
  • Pier Services,
  • Warehouse Services,
  • Goods Distributions and Consolidation Center Services

Other Services

Other services  or also called miscellaneous services business is services beyond the ship, from items that support the activities of the port, covering:

  • Port tools Rental Services,
  • Other Services,
  • Water Supply and Public Phone
  • Passenger/Vehicle services

Port Contacts

Port Operating Company

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) Cabang Tanjung Priok

Address: Jl. Raya Pelabuhan No. 9, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta 14310

Latitude

06°6’20” S

Longitude

106o 51'38” E

Management (Central) Contact

President Director

Address

Jl. Pasoso No. 1, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta Utara, Jakarta 14310

Telephone

+62214367505

+62214301080

Fax

+62 2143 72933

Email

priok@indonesiaport.co.id

pely_plgn@indonesiaport.co.id

Web

http://priokport.co.id

http://www.indonesiaport.co.id

Port Operating Company

Jakarta International Container Terminal

Address: Jl. Sulawesi Ujung No. 1, Tanjung Priok, Jakarta 14310

Telephone

+62 21 4390 5111

Fax

+62 21 4390 2454

Email

N/A

Web

http://jict.co.id

Port Operating Company

KPPBC Type A (Customs) Tanjung Priok

Address: Jl. Customs Port of Tanjung Priok 1, Jakarta Utara

Contact

Information Service Unit

Mob

 

Telephone

+62 1500004

Fax

+622143931365

Email

bkli_kpubcpriok@customs.go.id

bcpriok@customs.go.id

Web

http://bcpriok.beacukai.go.id/?8d4ffc0a49351f557085d705494202d2


Port Picture

The port operators are:

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

The Company’s head office is in Jakarta with operational areas across 10 provinces and managing 12 ports which are:

  • Teluk Bayur Port in West Sumatra Province
  • Jambi Port in Jambi Province
  • Palembang Boom Baru Port in South Sumatra
  • Bengkulu Port in Bengkulu Province
  • Panjang Port in Lampung Province
  • Tanjung Pandan Port
  • Pangkal Balam Port in Bangka Belitung Province
  • Banten Port in Banten Province
  • Tanjung Priok Port
  • Sunda Kelapa Port in DKI Jakarta Province
  • Cirebon Port in West Java Province
  • Pontianak Port in West Kalimantan Province

In addition, the Company has planned the construction of three new ports which are Kalibaru Utara Port (Jakarta), Sorong (West Papua) and Batam (Riau Island).

The Pelindo II also has ten subsidiaries being:

  • KSO Terminal Petikemas Koja (TPK Koja)
  • PT Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT)
  • PT Rumah Sakit Pelabuhan (RSP)
  • PT EDI Indonesia (EDII)
  • PT Multi Terminal Indonesia (MTI)
  • PT Integrasi Logistik Cipta Solusi (ILCS)
  • PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal (IKT)
  • PT Jasa Peralatan Pelabuhan Indonesia (JPPI)
  • PT Pengembang Pelabuhan Indonesia (PPI)
  • PT Energi Pelabuhan Indonesia (EPI)

Besides conducting the port management activities, the Company is also engaged in other relevant business areas such as equipment maintenance, port energy supply, and port development. In running the port’s management and operational activities, the Company establishes Business Partner Cooperation (KSMU) together with business partners from private companies such as Terminal Operator cooperation, tug boats, and management of other port facilities.

 

Port Performance

The growth of International container flow from 232,87 thousand TEUs in 2015 to 503,90 thousand TEUs in 2016. While for the domestic container flow from 1.32 million TEUs in 2015 to 1.41 million TEUs in 2016.

Discharge Rates

http://www.priokport.co.id/index.php/tariff/berthing

Pilotage Fees

http://www.jict.co.id/?x0=Calculate&x1=18&x2=app   

  • Pilotage is required in the Port of Tanjung Priok.
  • Pilots board vessels at the outer anchorage.
  • Pilot services are available 24 hours a day.
  • Ships must inform the pilotage division at least 24 hours before they arrive in Port.

 

Tug Services

  • Tugs are available (the operator's name: P.N. Tunda Bara)
  • Tug working hours: On Call.
  • NB: vessels over 70 m have to use at least 1 tug.

Dry Dock Services

  • The state-owned PN Dock provides repair services for vessels.
  • Three floating dry docks with maximum capacity for 17,500 MT.
  • Seven slipways have maximum capacity for 3.275 tons.
  • Divers are available at PN Dock.


Hire of Labour and Equipment

All service charges are negotiated according to requirements.

Berthing Equipment & Specification

http://www.priokport.co.id/index.php/facilities/equipment

Berthing Specifications

Berths

Quantity

Length (m)

Draft (m)

General Cargo Terminal

42

6,329

5-11

Multipurpose Terminal

5

772

8-11

Container Terminal

15

3,193

9-14

Scraps iron Terminal

2

200

11

Passenger Terminal

1

375

9

Dry Bulk Terminal

8

1242

3.5-10

Special Liquid Bulk Oil Terminal

4

100

9-12

Special Bulk Liquid Chemical Terminal

1

276

9

Beaching Point

1

305

3

Car Terminal (U.Cons)

2

268

10th

Berthing Tugs

15 Units

Pilot Boats

7 Units

Water Barges

1 Unit

Police Boats

YES

Anti-Pollution Boats

4 Units

Speed Boats

2 Units

Pilot Boat

7 Units

Tugboat

6 Units

Survey Ship

1 Units

Trailer Boat

7 Units

Cleaner Service Ship

6 Units


Port Cargo Handling Equipment

Port Cargo Equipment (Operational)

Appliances & Models 

Quantity

Shore Gantry (Container Crane)

31

Mobile (rail-mounted) (Transtainer)

94

Top loader

1

Side loader

1

Reachstacker

40

Forklifts

20

Tractors

206

Trailers

215

Vacuvators

2 (600-1000 MT / HR)

Bagging Machines

Privately Owned (Indofood)


General Services

All service charges are negotiated according to requirements.


Discharging Facilities

Container Facilities

 

20 ft (TEU’s)

40ft (FEU’s)

Container facilities

1,389,608 m²

Container Freight Stations (CFS)

2 Units - 16,447 m²

Reefer Stations 

Available


Port Terminals

Type Terminal

Pier Number

Length (m)

Draft (m)

General Cargo Terminal

42

6.597

5-11

Multipurpose Terminal

5

914

8-11

Container Terminal

13

2800

9-14

Passenger Terminal

3

450

9

Dry Bulk Terminal

8

1242

4-10

Special Liquid Bulk Oil Terminal

4

377

12

Special Bulk Liquid Chemical Terminal

1

204

8

Beaching Point

1

66

6

Car Terminal

2

308

10


Oil Handling Terminal

  • The Port of Tanjung Priok's Liquid Bulk Oil Terminal has four berths with a total length of 377 meters and alongside depth of 12 meters.
  • The Bulk Liquid Chemical Terminal in the Port of Tanjung Priok has one berth of 204 meters and alongside depth of 8 meters.

Multipurpose Terminal

  • The General Cargo Terminal in the Port of Tanjung Priok contains 42 berths with a total length of almost 660 meters (over 2.1 million feet) and with alongside depths from five to 11 meters.
  • The Multi-purpose Terminal in the Port of Tanjung Priok contains five berths with a total length of 914 meters and alongside depths from eight to 11 meters.

Grain & Bulk Handling

  • The Port of Tanjung Priok's Dry Bulk Terminal has 8 berths with a total length of more than 1,200 meters with alongside depth from 4 to 10 meters.

Main Storage Terminalals

  • The Port of Tanjung Priok conventional terminal contains 169 thousand square meters of warehouse and 424 thousand square meters of open yard.

Bagging-Grain Handling

  • Operated by privately owned food company (INDOFOOD).

Ro/Ro Terminals

  • The Car Terminal in the Port of Tanjung Priok has 2 berths with a total length of 308 meters and alongside depth of 10 meters (32.8 feet).
  • The open storage yard for vehicles in the Port of Tanjung Priok covers 12.4 acres.

Passenger Terminal

The Passenger Terminal in the Port of Tanjung Priok has 3 berths with a total length of 450 meters (1.5 thousand feet) with alongside depth of 9 meters (29.5 feet).

Container Terminal

  • The container terminals offer 13 berths with total length of 2800 meters with alongside depths from 9 to 14 meters
  • The Port boasts 2 container freight stations covering a total of 164.5 hectares and 3 container yards covering 387 acres

Jakarta International Container Terminal

Website: www.jict.co.id

  • The Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) has 2,350 meters of berths. JICT I has 1.8 thousand meters of berths with alongside depths of 11 and 14 meters.
  • JICT II has 516.6 meters of berths with alongside depth of 9 meters.
  • JICT facilities are summarized below:

Description

Terminal I

Terminal II

Total

I. Berth

   - Length     

1640 M   

510 M    

2150 M

   - Width           

26.5 - 34.9 M

16 M

 

   - Draught

11 - 14 M

8.6 M

 

II. Container Yard

   - Area         

45.50 Ha        

9.24 Ha

54.74 Ha

   - Capacity              

39,884 Teus

7,056 Teus

46.940  Teus

      1. Import

1,027 Teus

104 Teus

1,131 Teus

      2. Export

693 Teus

200 Teus

893 Teus

      3. Reefer

546 Plug 

78 Plug 

624 Plug

III. Equipment

   - Quay Crane Container

16 Unit

3 Unit

19 Unit

   - Rubber Tired Gantry Crane

63 Unit

11 Unit

74 Unit

   - Head Truck

128 Unit

13 Unit 

141 Unit 

   - Chassis / Trailers

128 Unit

21 Unit

149 Unit

   - Forklif Diesel

15 Unit

6 Unit

21 Unit

   - Reach Stacker

4 Unit

1 Unit

5 Unit  

   - Side Loader

 6 Unit

-

6 Unit

IV. Number of Berth

7

2

9


KOJA Container Terminal

Website: http://www.tpkkoja.co.id

  • The Koja Container Terminal in the Port of Tanjung Priok has 650 meters of berthing space with alongside depth of 14 meters
  • The Koja Container Terminal facilities are summarized below:

Description

Total

Unit

I. Berth

Length

650

meters

Width

40

meters

Draft Channel

-14

m LWS

Draft Wharf

-13

m LWS

II. Container Yard

TGS

5,700

slot

Area

25.72

HA

Static Capacity for CY Import

7,560

TEUs

Static Capacity for CY Export

7,696

TEUs

Reefer Plug

310

Plug

III. Equipment

Gate

6

units

Gantry/Container Crane

7

units

Head Truck

48

units

Chassis

60

units

RTG

25

units

Reachstacker

3

units

Fire Fighting Car

1

unit


Multi Terminal Indonesia

Website: http://www.multiterminal.co.id

The MTI Container Terminal facilities are summarized below:

Multi Purpose Terminal

Facilities

Length (M)

Draft (LWS)

Berth 007

75

-6

Berth 114/SS

350

-14

Berth 115

250

-14

Berth 300

258

-12

Berth EX. ARSA

60

-6

Berth INGGOM

200

-6

Berth 207

144

-4

Facilities

Size(M²)

Capacity (cbm)

Warehouse 114

4,950,00

20,000,00

Facilities

Area (M²)

Capacity (teus)

Yard: Inggom

88,500.00

14,426,91

Yard:  115

10,753,00

1,505,42

Yard: 300

41,661.33

-

Equipment

Capacity

Number (Unit)

Gantry Luffing Crane

40

5

Grab

3

3

Grab

5

3

Electric Motor Grab

Kap. 22 cbm

3

Electric Motor Grab Multijaw

Kap. 6 cbm

2

Conveyor

-

4

Conveyor Transfer

-

8

Spreader Fixed

40

1

Spreader Engkel

40

1

Spreader Engkel

20

2

Hopper Set

-

4

MesinJahit/Baging Scale

-

9

Baging Scale Manual

-

8

Conveyor Belt

350 tons/hour

2

Container Terminal

Facility

Total

Unit

Berth

404,00

Meter

Draft

-9

LWS

Yard Size

63,935,47

M2

Holding Capacity

4,179,00

Teus

Reefer Plug

104,00

Unit

CFS

100,00

M2

Equipment (Type)

Capacity (MT)

No. Units

Container Crane

35

4

Rubber Tyred Gantry Crane

35

11

Head Truck

35

16

Chasis

35

18

Top Loader

35

1

Side Loader

15

2

Reach Stacker

25

0

Weight Bridge

50

3

Clearing Agents

Please refer to the annex for details of available clearing and forwarding agents.


Port Security

The port security systems appear to be well adhered to, there is also a Naval base at the west side of the port.

Security

ISPS Compliant

Yes

ISPS Level (current)

1=Normal

Police Boats

YES

Fire Engines

YES


Storage Facilities

Port Storage - Managed by?

Total Floor Space = m²

Quantity

Floor Area (m²)

Conventional Warehouses

21

101,972 m²

Conventional Yards

62

361,627 m²

CFS Warehouses

2

16,447 m²

Dangerous Goods Warehouse

6 Units

10,260 m²

Vehicles Yard

1 Unit

5 Ha

Container Yards

156.7    Ha