The Port of Badas-Sumbawa is located in Sumbawa district, the island of Sumbawa, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) Provinsi. Badas port is the largest port on Sumbawa island and provides services for multi-purposes activities; domestic and international cargo shipment including container. The port is operated by PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) Brach Badas-Sumbawa.
Port website: https://www.pelindo.co.id/port-terminal/badas
Key port information may also be found at: https://www.maritime-database.com/
Port Location and Contact
Province or District
West Nusa Tenggara, Sumbawa District
Nearest Town or City with Distance from Port
Sumbawa City (12 km)
Port's Complete Name
Managing Company or Port Authority
PT. Pelindo III (Persero) Badas-Sumbawa Branch
Management Contact Person
GM Pelindo III Sumbawa
Phone: +62 8122463 4777
Nearest Airport and Airlines with Frequent International Arrivals/Departures
The closest international airport is in Lombok island, with distance approx. 177 km (6-7 hours’ drive by car, using ferry crossing between the island of Lombok and Sumbawa). There are several airlines companies operating in Lombok; Garuda Indonesia, Air Asia, Lion Group, etc.
The closest domestic airport is Sultan Muhammad Kaharuddin III, with distance approx. 10 km (20 mins drive by car).
The airline available:
* Garuda Indonesia (recently stopped their operations)
* Wings Air
Indonesia Ferry/ASDP (Persero) as operator for Ro-Ro ferry, provides 22 ferries to serve from Pulau Sumbawa (island) to Pulau Lombok (island). From 22 ferries available, only 8 in operation, 8 on stand-by to anticipate the increase of demand/frequency, and 6 is off (not for operational).
Description and Contacts of Key Companies
There are several companies operates at Badas port:
- PT Mentari Sejati Perkasa
- PT Alken Abadi
- PT Timur Asri Laut.
December – April
Major Import Campaigns
Handling Figures for 2018
Container Traffic (TEUs)
Handling Figures Bulk and Break Bulk for YEAR
Break bulk (MT)
Discharge Rates and Terminal Handling Charges
For information on port rates and charges, please see the following link:
www.dephub.go.id (PP.15 Tahun 2016)
Type of Berth
Maximum Draft (m)
Assets of Pelindo III Badas & KSOP Badas
General Cargo Handling Berths
Imports - Bagged Cargo
Exports - Bagged Cargo
Imports and Exports – RoRo
Port Handling Equipment
Pelabuhan Indonesia III Branch Badas-Sumbawa Port is in charge for port operations. They have several handling equipment such as reach-stackers and mobile cranes. There are few private companies also operating similar handling equipment.
Total Quantity and Capacity Available
Comments on Current Condition and Actual Usage
1 unit, 30 tons
Good, owned by PT. Mertari
1 unit, 45 tons
Good, owned by PT. Pelindo
RoRo Tugmaster (with Trailer)
Good, owned by Partner
Grain Elevator with Bagging Machines
Container Facilities Available
Yes, Container Yard: 6,610 m2
Container Freight Station (CFS)
Refrigerated Container Stations
Other Capacity Details
Daily Take Off Capacity
200 - 240
Number of Reefer Stations
Emergency Take-off Capacity
Off take Capacity of Gang Shift
Customs clearance is available through the local customs office. For more information on customs in Indonesia, please see the following link: http://www.beacukai.go.id/
Port warehouses and container yards area can be used for multi-purpose activities.
GRAIN AND BULK HANDLING
There is no grain handling activity at the port.
MAIN STORAGE TERMINAL
There are 3 main storage facilities at the port with different owner.
Number of Storage Facilities
There is a labour association (TKBM) at the Sumbawa port administrated by port authority.
Stevedoring activities organised by Labour Union Association (TKBM) administered by Port Authority (KSOP) Office.
Goods that are supplied to Sumbawa city mainly comes from Surabaya, East Java, by sea transportation through Sumbawa Port, which are then distributed within western part of Sumbawa island (Sumbawa city and surrounding) by land transport.
Security and safety arrangement within the port are handled directly by Port Security and backed up by the Port Security Implementation Unit (Kesatuan Pelaksana Pengamanan Pelabuhan/KP3) and the Indonesia Sea and Coast Guard (Kesatuan Penjagaan Laut dan Pantai Indonesia/KPLP).
Current ISPS Level (Level 1 = Normal, Level 2 = Heightened, Level 3 = Exceptional)