• November 23, 2023

Jakarta, November 23, 2023 – Approaching the end of the year, IPC Terminal Petikemas (IPC TPK) has secured three international awards at the Global Communications Competition organized by the League of American Communications Professionals LLC (LACP) Spotlight Awards 2023. This achievement is a testament to IPC TPK’s consistent international presence in implementing Good Corporate Governance (GCG) and applying the values of transparency in public information through the development of innovative and informative Annual Reports and Sustainability Reports.

Guna Mulyana, CEO of IPC TPK, explained that these awards signify the company’s commitment to GCG as a compliance effort, providing public information about the company, and strengthening IPC TPK’s vision of becoming an internationally integrated container terminal operator within the maritime ecosystem.

This marks the third consecutive year that IPC TPK has participated in the LACP competition, with an improvement in rankings each year. This year, IPC TPK received prestigious awards, including the Platinum Award for the Corporate Report 2022, ranking 28th among the Top 100 Corporate Publications. Additionally, they received the Platinum Winner in the Sustainability Report 2022 category and the Gold Winner in the Annual Report 2022 category. In 2021, IPC TPK secured the Gold Award for the Annual Report, ranking 58th in the Top 100 Worldwide at the Annual Report Competition LACP Vision Award 2019/20. In 2022, IPC TPK achieved the Platinum Award for the Annual Report, the Technical Achievement Award, and ranked 46th in the Top 100 Worldwide at the Annual Report Competition LACP Vision Award 2021/2022.

The LACP Spotlight Awards Global Communications Competition attracts companies from various industries and scales. The competition’s categories assess communication materials based on their benefits, irrespective of organizational size, industry, revenue, or other metrics.

“We will continue our commitment to public information disclosure to achieve transparency and accountability to the public. These awards motivate us to enhance corporate communication for both service users and the general public, while consistently applying the principles of Good Corporate Governance (GCG),” concluded Guna.