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  • 24 May 2012

    According to The Journal of Commerce, Indonesia has unveiled a plan to build a major new container transshipment terminal designed to offer lines as alternative to Singapore and Tanjung Pelepas in Malaysia. Work on the new Tanjung Sauh facility near Batam across the Singapore Strait from PSA’s Singapore facilities is due to begin next year […]

  • 1 May 2012

    PT Hutchison Ports Indonesia (HPI) has announced that it plans to invest US$100 million in the expansion of the Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) in Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta, reports Port Technology. The $100 million expansion project will increase the capacity of JICT to 2.8 million TEU and the neighboring Koja Terminal to 1 million […]

  • 24 April 2012

    Indonesia Port Corporation II (IPC), Indonesia’s largest port operator, has announced its investment of approximately US$2.47 billion to kick-start the development of Kalibaru Port (New Priok), an extension of the Tanjung Priok in North Jakarta, Port Technology reports. The first phase of the project will include the installation of $1.38 billion worth of container terminal […]

  • 13 April 2012

    The presidential decree allowing the Kalibaru port project to commence has been issued by the government of Indonesia. The US$19-billion project will be executed by the port operator Pelindo II. After the government limited the bidding process and excluded the private developers, the state-owned port operator was given the project. Works on the port will […]

  • 9 March 2012

    North Jakarta’s Tanjung Priok port should be able to handle nearly double its current quantity of intermodal shipping containers when a Rp 17 trillion ($1.9 billion) revamp is completed by 2017, says Richard J. Lino, the president of state port operator Pelindo II. Once the project is completed, it may further reduce the number of […]

  • 24 February 2012

    Andrew Adam, Director Operations, ANZ Region – Sydney for DP World and Yasmin Kristensen, Chief Process Officer, Operations Division at the Port of Tanjung Pelapas (PTP) are among the latest panel members confirmed for the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) State-of-the-Art Technology Forum, taking place Tuesday 13 March in Hong Kong as part of the […]

  • 8 February 2012

    Tirem River at North Jakarta stretches through four urban villages, namely Tanjungpriok, Warakas, Sungaibambu, and Papanggo. Its current … (beritajakarta) [mappress] Source: beritajakarta, February 8, 2012;

  • 4 January 2012

    APM Terminals officially takes control over the container terminal at the port of Gothenburg today. The terminal operating company, Skandia Container Terminal AB, has been renamed APM Terminals Gothenburg AB to capitalize on the worldwide recognition of the APM Terminals Global Port, Terminal and Inland Services Network. The facility is Scandinavia’s largest container terminal and […]

  • 14 December 2011

    The Competition Authority of Sweden has approved APM Terminals’ filing for the Skandia Container Terminal in Gothenburg, Sweden. On 11 October 2011, The Port of Gothenburg and APM Terminals signed the concession agreement to manage Sweden’s largest container terminal – the Skandia Container Terminal for the next 25 years. APM Terminals will invest over USD […]

  • 5 October 2011

    Last year when Ramesh Sandrasinghi of Westports Malaysia walked through the entrance to Dredging & Land Reclamation Asia he knew that this wasn’t your run of the mill dredging conference. Immediately after the conference, Sandrasinghi is quoted as saying, “This is the ‘must-attend’ program of the year for anyone in the port industry.” However, in […]

  • 4 October 2011

    Dr. Lucien Halleux, explains that some of the risks associated with dredging and land reclamation projects cover multiple financial, technical and operational aspects. And as with any other industrial activity, the risk control of dredging operations starts with a thorough understanding of the processes and a comprehensive analysis of the associated risks, in order to […]

  • 22 July 2011

    Addressing the Indonesia International Conference- Focus On Indonesian Economy 2011, APM Terminals Asia-Pacific Regional Director of Portfolio Management, Michael Lund Hansen, noted the impressive recent growth of the Indonesian economy, but cautioned on the need for port and inland infrastructure to keep up with the nation’s development requirements. “Indonesia is not growing at its full […]

  • 27 April 2011
    Business & Finance

      Singapore oil terminal ATB has presented Inai Kiara-Van Oord JV with an award for their commitment and contribution in achieving 1 million safe man hours without long term injuries. This result was achieved at the construction of a hydrocarbon storage and distribution project at Tanjung Bin in Malaysia. The project involves dredging, shore protection […]

  • 5 August 2010

    The causeway linking Singapore to the southern tip of the Malaysian peninsula is normally clogged with cars and trucks making the short international journey, but things got particularly bad on Feb. 1, when traffic came to a grinding halt. Thirty-seven trucks were abandoned where they stood on the Malaysian side, just yards away from a […]

  • 5 July 2010
    Business & Finance, Project & Tenders

    The Belgian dredging- and environmental group DEME has just been awarded two important contracts in Mexico and Malaysia. The new assignment strengthens the position of the group in the growth countries. Mexico: The contract includes the dredging works for an LNG-terminal at the west coast. The works have to be terminated within 365 days and […]

  • 6 November 2009
    Vessels

    The country’s only surviving tin dredge in Tanjung Tualang, about 60km from here, is in danger of sinking within six months if funds are not available to repair its pontoons… Source: Star, November 6, 2009;

  • 3 November 2009
    Project & Tenders

    State port operator PT Pelindo II is embarking on a five-year overhaul of Tanjung Priok port to challenge the dominance of Singapore as a regional trade hub, in a process that requires Rp 6 trillion in fresh investment… Source: The Jakarta Post, November 3, 2009;