Development strategy of company 2013-2018, focused development and completion of the Project-NewPriok Kalibaru Terminal Port.
The strategy of the company such as :
- Completion of the physical construction of the Terminal Kalibaru Project-NewPriok Port phase I: 3 units of container terminals and 2 units of product terminal until 2017.
- For Installed Capacity Container Terminal 4.5 million TEUs with each container terminal capacity of 1.5 million TEUs / year.
- Capacity Product Terminal 1 Million CBM with each terminal product of 500 thousand CBM / year.
- Earned income of companies with total revenue of US $ 200 million per year.
- Improve the financial of company’s strength to have a source of funding through an Initial Public Offering (IPO).
- Obtain the total contract for the construction and development of the port terminal with a capacity of 1.5 million TEUs.
Strategic Development Projects
In the last 3 years, the PPI is implementing fulfill of construction Terminal Kalibaru Project-New Priok Port.
The other potential projects to be carried out by PT PPI such as: Product Terminal in NewPriok Port, New Terminals and Inland Waterways for transport coal in South Sumatra, Power Plant Project 2 X 100 MW capacity on the Baai Island – Port of Bengkulu; Access and Newpriok Cilincing-Cibitung Toll Road; Sorong Port Project-Papua Province; Marina Project (Tourism Terminal) – Tanjung Lesung, Banten; Coal Blending Facility Project-Bojanegara, Banten; Kijing International Port- West Kalimantan Barat, Wonogiri Project, Central Java and Access Channel Project – Belawan, North Sumatra.
The line with plan and development of business company that consistently every year conducted a comprehensive manner in accordance with the future business model of business development PT PPI.
Moreover The infrastructure gap remains a challenge that undermines maritime transportation and seaborne trade of many developing regions, including in Asia Pasific. Global transport infrastructure needs have been estimated at $11 trillion over the 2009–2030 period (OECD, 2011). To close the gap on the large infrastructure deficit in developing countries, including in transportation, existing estimates indicate that spending must reach $1.8 trillion–$2.3 trillion per year by 2020 compared with the current levels of $0.8 trillion–$0.9 trillion a year (United Nations Development Programme, 2013). For Asia Pasific region, scaling up investment in transport infrastructure is key, especially as the continent increasingly positions itself as an important area for maritime business and intrnational trade. Includes Indonesia expects continued support from the new government with “Toll Sea Road” program can be made Indonesia as the world maritime axis.
To achieve this goal, the key strategies of growth and development of PPI’s is a strategic alliance partnership with international and domestic companies. The Company sees the joint venture as an effective and profitable method to develop in an area / region. In general, through the cooperation schemes of strategic partnership, the company believes that these joint ventures have good prospects in the future business development.
|1||New Priok Development Project||Jakarta||Development east area Port of Tanjung Priok (New Container Terminal and Product Terminal)|
|2||Tanjung Carat||South Sumatera||New Terminals South Sumatra|
|3||Deepening/Widening Musi River Channel Project||South Sumatera||Inland Waterways – Transporting Coal in South Sumatra|
|4||Kijing||West Kalimantan||New Port Development (Container Terminal, Liquid Bulk, Dry Bulk and Multipurpose Terminal)|
|5||Sorong||West Papua||New Port Development (New Container Terminal)|
|6||Access Channel Project||North Sumatera||Development Channels of Belawan Port, Medan – North Sumatera|