Key port information can be found at : http://www.pelindo1.co.id/cabang/SBG/id/informasi/Default.aspx
PORT’s LOCATION & CONTACTS
Province and District
North Sumatra, Sibolga
Town or City (Closest)
Sibolga Sea Port or also known as Sambas Sibolga
10 43’43” N
980 43’53” E
Company / Port Authority
PT. (Persero) Pelabuhan Indonesia I – Port Branch Sibolga / Sibolga Port Authority (KSOP)
Management contact and Position
T. +62 631 2287875
e-mail : email@example.com
Closest Airport and Frequent Airlines to / from International Destinations
Airport Nama : FLZ Pinangsori
Airlines :Garuda, Wings/Lion, Susi Air, Citilink, Malindo Air
Sibolga Port is located in the natural harbor of Sibolga Bay on the west coast of North Sumatera Province.
It is located on the western side of North Sumatra, facing the Indian Ocean and about 348 kms from Medan City
It is a transit harbor to the Nias Island
The city has an area of 10.77 km2 and had a population of 84,444 (in 2010)
The port is under authorization of Harbor Master’s Office and Port Authority (KSOP) and operated by PT. (Persero) Pelabuhan Indonesia I Port Branch Sibolga of North Sumatra province.
The port of Sibolga is a medium port stand at class III
PERFORMANCE FOR YEAR:
Yes; Monsoon; From June to July:
Yes , in September to December
Major Import Campaigns
Container traffic (TEUs)
2014 = 3,040 Teus
Total cargo handling (m.tons)
2014 = 1,975,913 T
Length (m) /
Conventional Berths /
103,5 m x 15,5 m
6 sd 8 m
Berthing Tugs & Mooring Boats
Sibolga Port (IPC or PELINDO I) branch manages vessel traffic in port waters and basins, including anchoring and berthing of cargo ships. It provides:
Ship Services (from the time ships enter the port until their departure) including:
Fresh Water Service
Cargo Services stevedoring services of the ships to the delivery of the cargoes to the owners; including:
Additional PELINDO services include:
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.
Electricity and telephone services and drinking water.
Other Service Providers
PT ASDP Indonesia Ferry (Persero)
A state-owned company in Indonesia engaged in services of freight crossing and manages harbor crossing for passengers, vehicles and goods.
ASDP Sibolga Branch operated 3 Ferry RoRo to Nias Island (2 Ferry Roro to Gunung Sitoli and one to Tello Island, Nias)
2 Ferry RoRo 500-600 GT and 1 Ferry Roro 1000 GT (can accommodate 20-25 vehicles + 300 – 350 passengers)
PORT CARGO EQUIPMENT (OPERATIONAL)
5 & 15 MT
Vacuvators, per unit of plant /
Truck & Head Truck
There are two container yards
One is rented exclusively by a private company: 3550 m2 capacity +/- 200 TEUs,
The second is an L-shaped area (unsurfaced):2000 m2 capacity +/- 90 TEUs
There are No refer plugs available due to limited power supply.
There are two warehouses:
PT. Pelindo: 20 x 45 M (900 m2)
Private owned: 16 x 50 M (800m2)
Private - Limited
Daily off-take capacity (No of containers/day)
68,000 Teus / year
Container Freight Stations (CFS)
Customs clearance is available through the local customs office in the port http://beacukai.co.id
Sibolga Port is also as a multi purpose terminal. Terminal for cargoes and passangers
There is a dedicated port for passangers built in 2006 but not been occupied
Port Storage – Managed by PT. PELINDO
Total floor space = sqm / m²
Number of Storage Facilities
120 x 45 m = 900 m2
120 x 45 m = 900 m2
Stevedoring activities are organizing by third parties (stevedoring company/PBM)
Coordinated through Labor Union Associations (TKBM) under supervision of Port Authority.
The owner/importer can also discharge their own cargo directly through the Labor Union Associations.
All of them provide full or semi-full package services; organizing labourer and handling equipment, discharging goods at the port, and delivering the goods at the customers’ warehouses directly.
Sibolga Seaport is the main hub port to supply goods for Nias Island.
From the geographical location. Sibolga is the only gate or entrance transport and distribution of goods and basic necessities by sea on the west coast of North Sumatra as well as from the are to all parts of Indonesia or International to the west coast of Sumatra Utara (North Sumatra).
The areas of the Hinterland include, Regency (Regency) South Tapanuli (Tapsel), City Padangsidempuan, Regency North Padang Lawas (Paluta), District of Padang Lawas South (Palas), Regency Mandailing Natal (Madina), Regency of Central Tapanuli (Tapteng), North Tapanuli Regency (Taput), Regency Humbang Hasundutan (Humbahas), Dairi Regency, Regency Toba Samosir (Tobasa) and five Kabupten / town in Nias Island. Including Singkli and Sumbussalam District in the Province of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam.
Security post in entrance and exit gate
ISPS Level (current)
1=Normal; 2=Heightened 3=Exceptional