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Port Overview

Key port information can also be found at:  http://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/details/ports/19834

Tanjung Lembar is Lombok's main port and handles small freighters, fishing boats and the combination vehicle and passenger ferries that cross the Lombok straight on a regular basis to Padangbai in Bali.

The Port is demarcated between the area to handle general cargo and the area to designate for the Passenger and Freight Ferry service. Scheduled ferry services using multipurpose RORO Ferries offer services to destinations within the region.

  • Lembar Lombok - Padang Bai, Bali, (Lombok Strait) operating 36 ferries with 18 trips per day per each route, with regular schedule every 2 hours (approximately).
  • Lembar – Surabaya – Lembar every 2 weeks with capacity 500 passengers and 33 units of 10 tonner trucks.
  • Labuhan Lombok - Pototano, Sumbawa (Alat Strait) with 8 ferries providing 18 crossings per day.
  • Other scheduled services also connect Senggigi across the Lombok strait westward to Bali via the Gili islands.

The port currently operates 7 days a week. 24 hours operating for loading and off-loading container and break bulk. General cargo and bulk until 10pm.

Port website: Port of Lembar Website

Port cranes are restricted to two dockside cranes (in operation since 2015) with capacity 35 MT per unit. Vessels that are consigned to the Port should be ‘geared’ if possible. Mobile cranes can also be hired locally. Typical cargo handling method is to discharge direct from the vessels to trucks.

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry (Persero) Indonesia operates the ferry ports and a number of ferry services for passengers and cargo.  These RORO ferries provide the principal facilities for road transport movements in and out of Lombok.

Disruptions on these routes can significantly affect trade and the provision of supplies to the island as the shipping operators on these routes, may be suspend or delayed due to weather conditions or operational issues.

The use of the ferry service is an important alternative to the movement of passengers and freight during the periods of the rainy season to secondary and tertiary ports located in the various islands.

For information on Indonesia port contact details, please see the following link:

4.2.4 Indonesia Port and Waterways Company Contact Lists

Port Performance

Handling Figures

Year 2016

Vessel Calls

4120

Container Traffic (TEUs)

22053

Berthing Specifications

Type of Berth

Quantity

Length (m)

Maximum Draft (m)

Multi Purpose Berth

3

133m, 163m, 150m

6, 7 & 5 m LWOST

Silo Berth

2 units

N/A

N/A

Berthing Tugs

1

N/A

N/A

Water Barges

1

N/A

N/A

Both silo berths are cement facilities each with  conveyor discharge. There is an independent port facility managed by the State Oil Enterprise, Pertamina, due east of the Port of Lembar.  The fuel is off-loaded into tanks and then shipped throughout NTB by Pertamina to local depots.

General Cargo Handling Berths

Cargo Type

Berth Identification

Imports - Bagged Cargo

One General Cargo berth – 192 meters

Exports - Bagged Cargo

One General Cargo berth – 192 meters

Imports and Exports - RoRo

General cargo pier.  Alternative is the use of the piers at the ferry port nearby.

Other Imports

One General Cargo berth – 192 meters

Port Handling Equipment

Is the port equipment managed by the government (Pelindo III)

Equipment

Available

(Yes / No)

Total Quantity and Capacity Available

Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage

Dockside Crane

Yes

 2 units

 Good condition

Container Gantries

N/A

  n/a

  n/a

Reachstacker

Yes

  2 units

  n/a

RoRo Tugmaster (w/ Trailer)

N/A

  n/a

  n/a

Grain Elevator w/ Bagging Machines

1

  n/a

  n/a

Transtrainer

N/A

  n/a

  n/a

Forklifts

Yes

2, 7mt, 30mt

  n/a

Container Facilities

Standard ISO containers are handled over the general cargo quay.  There is a large container storage yard with capacity for 1052 containers (33,000m2).  The container yard is being expanded in early 2016..

Facilities

20 ft

40 ft

Container Facilities Available

Yes – outside storage (33,000m2)

Yes – outside storage (33,000m2)

Container Freight Station (CFS)

N/A

N/A

Refrigerated Container Stations

yes – 2 units

N/A

Other Capacity Details

 N/A

 N/A

Daily Take Off Capacity (Containers per day)

average 60 TEU’s / day

 N/A

Number of Reefer Stations (connection points)

Yes – 12 units

 N/A

Emergency Take-off Capacity (Give an indication)

Average 20 TEU’s / day

 N/A

Off take capacity of gang shift (in Containers per shift)

Average 20 TEU’s / day

 N/A

Customs Guidance

Generally, cargo is already customs cleared before it gets to Lembar port.  However, if there is cargo that requires customs clearance this can be done at the Port of Lembar.

For more information on Indonesia Customs guidance, please see the following link:

1.3 Indonesia Customs Information

Terminal Information

Multipurpose Terminal

There is no designated multipurpose terminal.  The quay at the Port of Lembar is used for a number of functions, including passenger ferry terminal, general cargo and other traffic movements. 

Grain and Bulk Handling

There are no silos or bulk storage facilities at Lembar Port.   Hoppers are available for bulk cargo.

Main Storage Terminal

There is one warehouse available for short term storage at the port – measuring 50m x 25m

Storage Type

Number of Storage Facilities

Area (square meters)

Bagged Cargo

1

1250m2

Refrigerated Cargo

N/A

N/A

General Cargo

See bagged cargo area

See bagged cargo area

Stevedoring

The General cargo area is limited.  Vessels that are consigned to the Port should if possible be ‘geared’ as there are limited port cranes, mobile cranes that may be hired.  The cargo handling method is to discharge direct from the vessels to Road Transport.

The productivity is based on two gangs, which is attributable to the quay space and the area for the road vehicles to manoeuvre and position themselves for loading.

Hiterland Information

Container traffic to the Island of Lombok and Sumbawa is limited.  A high percentage of the traffic is carried on road vehicles from East Java over Bali on the inter-island passenger and Freight Ferry service.

Containers handled over the general cargo quay, are handled by fixed crane from boat into container yard and continue by truck to costumer.

Port Security

The Port is ISPS compliant, under normal operating conditions, all entry points are secure and access is subject to permits.

The Port area is demarcated with secure fencing and access gates.  The access to the ferry/passenger vessels is through a fenced and demarcated walkway, ensuring passengers have no access to the cargo operational areas of the port. Passengers and/or vehicles without a ‘ticket’ cannot access the Ferry Port Operations area.

The ships in port have to employ and arrange their own security and ‘gangway watch’

Security

ISPS Compliant

(Yes / No)

Yes

Current ISPS Level

1

Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional

With capacity 2000 liters

Police Boats

3 units

Fire Engines

2

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