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1 INDONESIAN CURRENT LOGISTICS CONDITIONS MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

2 Islands +/-17,000 islands Indonesia Country Profile

3 TRANSPORTATION REGULATIONS AND POLICIES RELATED TO LOGISTICS Transportation Acts Provision about Multimodal Transport is stated on: -Act No. 23:148 Year 2007 regarding Railways; -Act No. 17:55 Year 2008 regarding Shipping; -Act No. 1:191 Year 2009 regarding Civil Aviation; -Act No. 22:165 Year 2009 regarding Traffic and Road Transport. Government Regulations - Government Regulations No.8/2011 regarding Multimodal Transport Ministerial Regulation - Ministerial Regulation No. 15/2010 regarding Blueprint on Intermodal/Multimodal Transport

4 SCOPE OF AREA MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT ACCORDING TO BLUEPRINT OF INTERMODAL/MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT IN INDONESIA MAIN PORT = 25 DEDICATED TERMINAL CARGO AIRPORT MEGAPOLITAN /METROPOLITAN CITY = 8 UNDER-DEVELOPED AREA

5 SCOPE OF MULTIMODAL/INTERMODAL TRANSPORT BLUEPRINT CARGO TRANSPORTATION NODES PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION NODES UNDER-DEVELOPED AREAS 25 MAIN PORTS 14 CARGO AIRPORTS 7COALS & CPO TERMINALS 8 MEGAPOLITAN/ METROPOLITAN CITY 171 DISTRICTS of UNDER-DEVELOPED AREAS 1.Tanjung Priok 2.Tanjung Perak 3.Belawan 4.Tanjung Emas 5.Panjang 6.Makassar 7.Dumai 8.Balikpapan 9.Banjarmasin 10.Pekanbaru 11.Banten 12.Pontianak 13.Samarinda 14.Palembang 15.Teluk Bayur 16.Lhokseumawe 17.Bitung 18.Jambi 19.Pantoloan 20.Batam 21.Sorong 22.Kendari 23.Cirebon 24.Tenau 25.Benoa 1.Soetta –Jakarta 2.Kualanamu-Medan 3.Juanda – Surabaya 4.Ngurah Rai – Denpasar 5.Hang Nadim Batam 6.Adisucipto-Yogyakarta 7.Sultan Hasannudin- Makassar 8.Samratulangi – Manado 9.Supadio-Pontianak 10.Sepinggan-Balikpapan 11.S.M.Badarrudin II- Palembang 12.F.Kasiepo-Biak 13.Wamena-Papua 14.Sentani-Jayapura 1.Balikpapan 2.Samarinda 3.Banjarmasin 4.Kotabaru 5.Belawan 6.Dumai 7.Pekanbaru 1.Mebidangro (Medan, Binjai, Deli, Serdang, Karo) 2.Jabodetabek (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Bekasi) 3.Bandung Raya 4.Kedungsepur (Kendal, Demak, Ungaran, Semarang, Purwodadi) 5.Gerbangkertosusilo (Gresik, Jombang, Mojokerto, Sidoarjo, Lamongan) 6.Sarbagita (Denpasar, Bangli, Gianyar, Tabanan) 7.Balikpapan, Tenggarong, Samarinda, Bontang 8.Maminasata (Makasar, Sungguminasa, Takalar, Maros) 11 Very Poor 50 Underdeveloped (Extreme) 53 Underdeveloped 57 Developing Sources: Intermodal/Multimodal Blueprint Transport

6 Indonesian Economic Condition

7 Indonesia Logistics Cost to GDP Notes : The survey of World Bank should include the Logistics carrying cost of domestic economy i.e in efficiency of inventory holding of the industry which is effected by the transportation lead time

8 Picture of The Biggest Seaport in Indonesia Tanjung Priok

9 Container Throughput in Port of Tanjung Priok

10 Container Throughput Domestic = 20.5% Internasional = 2.4% TOTAL = 4.9% 2000 Domestic = 30.1% Internasional = 22.3% TOTAL = 24.5 % TANJUNG PRIOK Internasional Domestik GROWTH (RATA2 PER TAHUN) GROWTH

11 Number of Vessel berthing in the port of Tanjung Priok Source : PT. PELINDO II (PERSERO) TANJUNG PRIOK PORT OF AUTHORITY

12 NEW CONTAINER TERMINAL NORTH KALIBARU (PLAN) PORT OF TANJUNG PRIOK Existing Terminal New Development Plan (North Kalibaru) DescriptionsStage I (2011 – 2013) Stage II (2013 – 2016) Stage III (2016 – 2019) INFRASTRUCTURe - WHARF (Draft -18mMLWS) - BACK UP AREA - CAPACITY m’ 60 ha 1.5 Juta TEU m’ 108 ha 1.8 Juta TEU m’ 90 ha 2.2 Juta TEU EQUIPEMENTS - Quay Container Crane - Rubber Tired Gantry Cr - Head Truck - Chassis - Reefer 10 unit 30 unit 62 unit 70 unit 200 unit 12 unit 40 unit 83 unit 90 unit 200unit 15 unit 46 unit 104 unit 110 unit 200 unit

13 Some Indonesia Economic Indicators Gross Domestics Product Source: presentation of Mr.Faisal Basri and World Bank report

14 National Logistics Association ? Which Model ? Government as Regulator Industry as Producer Logistics Service Provider Indonesia National Logistics Association Suppose to be this way………………

15 National Logistics Association ? Which Model ? Government as Regulator Industry as Producer Logistics Service Provider Indonesia National Logistics Association Actual : Industry and LSP facing the Government

16 DOMESTIC LOGISTICS AIR FREIG HT SEA FREIG HT RAILW AY INTER CITY TRUCKI NG INTRA CITY TRUCKING (Warehouse To Outlet Deliveries) COURIER/ POSTAL (City Courier, Domestic Courier) CROSS-BORDER LOGISTICS NON-ASSET BASED ASSET BASED ASSET BASED CUSTOMS CLEARANCE SERVICE & OTHER CROSS BORDER SERVICES (Customs Brokerage Service, etc) PORT, AIRPORT, AND CROSS BORDER AREA SUPPORTING SERVICES (Bonded Warehouse, Consolidation, Break Bulk, etc) WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT (Warehouse Operator, Third Party Logistics) (Air Craft Operators – International Route) (Freight Forwarders – International Network) (Local Freight Forwarders – EMPU) (Air Craft Operators – Domestic Route) (Shipping Lines – International Route) (Freight Forwarders – International Network) (Local Freight Forwarders – EMKL) (Shipping Lines – Domestic Route) (Railway Operators – International Route) (Railway Operators – Domestic Route) (Local Freight Forwarders – EMKA) (Freight Forwarders – International Network) (Truck Operators – International Route) (Truck Operators – Domestic Route) (Local Freight Forwarders – Ekspedisi Darat) (Freight Forwarders – International Network) COURIER/ POSTAL (International Courier) MULTI-MODAL TRANSPORT TRADE LOGISTICS AGENT’S COMMISION DISTRIBUTOR WHOLESALE RETAIL TRADITIONAL TRADE HYPER MARKET SUPER MARKET MINI MARKET MODERN TRADE Logistics Activities Mapping in Indonesia Indonesian Logistics & Forwarding Association (ILFA) 3,000 members ILFA 3,000 members Indonesian Courier Company Association 200 members Indonesian Trucking Company Association 200 members

17 17 National Logistics Framework Well Being National Competitiveness National Logistics Strategy National Logistics Vision National Logistics Body Further logistics study & audit Action plans: Efficient & Effective National Logistics Global Logistics Trends ASEAN Commitments Existing Logistics Practices

18 18 “By year 2025, Indonesia Logistics, that domestically integrated across archipelago and internationally connected to major global economies, effectively and efficiently, would improve national competitiveness to succeed in the global competition era” “Vision 2025: Locally Integrated & Globally Connected Logistics for National Competitiveness ” “Vision 2025: Locally Integrated & Globally Connected Logistics for National Competitiveness ” Indonesia Logistics Vision

19 Enam (6) Penggerak Utama Logistik Nasional Strategi Logistik Indonesia Terdiri Dari 6 Penggerak Utama. Strategi Logistik Indonesia Terdiri Dari 6 Penggerak Utama. Indonesia Logistics Strategy

20 THANK YOU Thank you Terima kasih


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