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Capacity Crunch At Jakarta

We are expecting slower growth at Tanjung Priok in 2014 as Indonesia's economic expansion rate dips a little. In recent years the facility has been benefiting from rapid growth on the back of the...

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Shipowners Set Up Task Force

The Indonesian National Shipowners Association, the state-owned Enterprises Ministry and several state-owned companies are reportedly seeking to establish a post-cabotage task force.

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Pelindo II Transforms Panjang Port

Indonesia's state-owned port operator Pelabuhan Indonesia II is further developing the Panjang Port in Lampung in a bid to upgrade it into an international port as an alternative to the Tanjung Priok...

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