Kijing Terminal Pontianak Port

PPI implements Project Management in development and construction of Kijing Terminal with the following scope:


Pre-Construction Stage


Concession Discussion


Land Acquisition Stage


Construction Stage

PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) as a leading company in port operators has a big vision in developing maritime infrastructure in Indonesia. In line with the government program that makes maritime a priority, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) plans to develop several new ports, one of which is the Kijing Terminal in West Kalimantan.

The development of ports in the Kijing region is one of the government’s programs to accelerate the provision of national infrastructure as stipulated in Presidential Regulation No. 56 of 2018 concerning the Second Amendment to Presidential Regulation No. 3 of 2016 concerning the Acceleration of the Implementation of National Strategic Projects. In this case the IPC was assigned by the Government to carry out the Construction and Operation Work of the Beijing Terminal as mandated in Presidential Regulation No. 43 of 2017.

In implementing the project, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC collaborated with PT Indonesian Port Developers (PPI) who acted as executors in project management and implementation. The cooperation is stated in the Agreement between IPC and PPI concerning Development Cooperation and Development of Pontianak Port Kijing Terminal in West Kalimantan. The purpose of this Cooperation Agreement is for the optimal implementation of the Development and Development Work process of the Kijing Terminal, Pontianak Port in West Kalimantan in accordance with the established targets.

Project Review

  1. The West Kalimantan region is one of the priorities in economic development announced by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia. This region has several potential natural resources such as palm oil, bauxite, rubber, wood, and other agricultural products. In addition, there are many investors (both local and foreign) who are interested in investing in the industrial sector in West Kalimantan. This potential was realized by PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) / IPC as a port service provider company to be able to develop the potential of ports on the coast of Kijing, Mempawah, West Kalimantan. The port development plan is also very likely, given the existing condition of the Pontianak Port which is the closest port to Kijing that has overcapacity and the limited depth of the Kapuas River channel ± 5 meters. It is hoped that the existence of the Kijing Terminal can later reduce the burden on existing ports in West Kalimantan, invite ocean going ships to be able to dock at the Kijing Terminal and reduce overall logistics costs. Kijing Terminal is located ± 80 kilometers from the North Port of Pontianak where there is Temajo Island in front of Kijing Beach with a distance of ± 5 kilometers which can be used to reduce wave energy.
  2. In the long-term plan, the Kijing Terminal will be supported by the 5000 hectare Special Economic Zone (KEK) industrial area.
  3. Kijing Terminal will be developed in 3 (three) stages, namely Initial Phase, Phase I and Phase II. Kijing Terminal has offshore and onshore facilities, each of which has 4 (four) zones, namely the container zone, the liquid bulk zone, the dry bulk zone and the multipurpose zone which are expected to accelerate economic growth in the West Kalimantan region and provide benefits for all parties which are involved.