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Port Overview

Ketapang Port is an important infrastructure to connecting Java and Bali island by land, located in Banyuwangi District East Java, 282 km from Surabaya City by road, 27 km from Blimbingsari Airport and this port also connected with the railway station to Surabaya. The port only serving passenger and RoRo cargo by ferry, there is an average of 280 trips a day to Gilimanuk port utilizing 32 ferries equipped with 7 docking berths. The port managed by PT. ASDP Ketapang, Banyuwangi operating 24 hours per day.  

Port website: http://ports.com/indonesia/port-of-ketapang/
Key port information may also be found at: http://www.maritime-database.com

Port Location and Contact

Country

Indonesia

Province or District

Banyuwangi, East Java

Nearest Town or City

with Distance from Port

Banyuwangi City

10 km

Port's Complete Name

Ketapang Port

Latitude

-8.1427111

Longitude

114.400176

Managing Company or Port Authority

PT. ASDP

Management Contact Person

Mr. Ardi Ekapati – Business Manager

Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures

Surabaya Juanda International Airport

Singapore Airlines, British Airways, China Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines and Saudi

Port Picture

Description and Contacts of Key Companies

PT. ASDP is the primary operator at the port for the movement of passengers and Roll-On – Roll Off (RoRo) cargo. 

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

4.2.4 Indonesia Port and Waterways Company Contact Lists

Port Performance

PT. ASDP office in Ketapang manages the ports of Ketapang & Gilimanuk, Ketapang (with an operations manager at Gilimanuk)

  • They have 45 ferries in total, but only 32 ferries operated with an average 9 trips per ferry per day.

  • During the peak seasons (Ied & Nyepi), contingency plans are already in place to avoid any traffic congestion.

  • The typical waiting time for berthing in average during normal time is 8-10 minutes.

Seasonal Constraints

 

Occurs

Time Frame

Rainy Season

Yes

Nov - Apr

Christmas & New year

Yes

Dec - Jan

Balinese “Day of Silence”

Yes

 March (1 day)

Eid Al-Fitr

Yes

 Varies

Handling Figures for 2016

Vessel Calls

105,000

Container Traffic (TEUs)

N/A

Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges

All cargo movements are RoRo and the rates are based on the vehicle size rather than the weight of the cargo.  These rates are current as of October 2017.

Type of Vehicle

Rate (Rupiah)

Truck 5-7m length

242,000

Truck with 20-foot container

505,000

Truck with trailer and container

732,000

All vehicles above 15m length

1,045,000

Berthing Specifications

Type of Berth

Quantity

Length

(m)

Maximum

Draft (m)

Hydraulic Berth

3 units

50 m each

7 m

LCM Berth

3 units

 -

5 m

Pontoon Berth

1 unit

3 m

7 m

General Cargo Handling Berths

Cargo Type

Berth Identification

Imports - Bagged Cargo

N/A

Exports - Bagged Cargo

N/A

Imports and Exports - RoRo

Conventional

Other Imports

N/A

Port Handling Equipment

As this is port only handles Roll-On Roll-Off (RoRo) cargo, there is no handling equipment.

Container Facilities

As this is port only handles Roll-On Roll-Off (RoRo) cargo, there is no container facilities

Customs Guidance

Internationally sourced cargo may only move in or out of the port in conformity with Indonesian Customs Rules and Regulation. 

  • Customs clearances for International cargo are processed through another port in Indonesia (typically Surabaya or Jakarta). 

  • There are no customs officers available at the port itself. 

  • All customs issues must be resolved in Surabaya/Denpasar Customs offices.

  • For information on Indonesian customs guidance, please see the following links: 1.3 Indonesia Customs Information

Terminal Information     

MULTIPURPOSE TERMINAL

There is no multipurpose terminal at the port.

GRAIN AND BULK HANDLING

There is no grain and bulk handling at the port.

MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL

There are no dedicated storage facilities available at the port.

Stevedoring

There are no dedicated stevedoring services available at the port.

Hinterland Information

As the port is dedicated to RoRo operations cargoes are moved out of the port on their respective vehicles.

Port Security

Security

ISPS Compliant

Yes

Current ISPS Level
(Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional)

Level 1

Police Boats

Yes

Fire Engines

Yes

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