This is Pelindo’s Strategic Plan after it was merged from four state-owned ports, Jakarta – The Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) officially announced the merger of four port SOEs. The four port SOEs are PT Pelindo I (Persero), PT Pelindo II (Persero), PT Pelindo III (Persero), and PT Pelindo IV (Persero).

With this merger, it will become Pelabuhan Indonesia (Persero).

The President Director of PT Pelindo II, Arif Suhartono said, there are several strategic initiatives or work plans that will be carried out over the next five years after the formation of Pelindo integration.

From this year to 2022, Pelindo will focus on business alignment, post-integration through operational and commercial standardization and integration to improve service quality.

“(In the first year) we will make integrated investments for business development to corporate reorganization and integrated culture development,” he said at a press conference, Wednesday (1/9).

Furthermore, in 2023-2024, Pelindo will carry out business development through strategic partnerships. This is done through collaboration with domestic and global shipping to improve sea connectivity.

Expansion Plan

The Temas Line ship docks at the Kuala Tanjung Multipurpose Terminal pier (doc: Pelindo I)

Then for 2025, Pelindo will only prepare an integrated Pelindo regional and international expansion plan. In that year, Pelindo intends to spread its wings towards going International.

In addition, Pelindo will also increase the use of digital technology in the port business and businesses to support it. As well as strengthening support for connectivity and logistics ecosystems through collaboration with industrial estates to increase the flow of goods.

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