• June 20, 2024

Jakarta, June 20, 2024 – Ahead of Eid al-Adha 1445 H/2024, IPC Terminal Petikemas (IPC TPK) distributed 27 sacrificial animals to 8 provinces across Indonesia, including DKI Jakarta, West Java, Lampung, West Sumatra, South Sumatra, Jambi, West Kalimantan, and Eastern Indonesia. A total of 25 cows and 2 goats were handed over as a manifestation of the company’s care for the communities in the port vicinity, symbolically delivered by management representatives at various locations.

“We aim to be part of the meaningful celebration of Eid al-Adha for communities in need around the port area by distributing sacrificial animals to 26 different locations,” said Guna Mulyana, President Director of IPC TPK.

Symbolically, the distribution of sacrificial animals was conducted across all operational areas by IPC TPK Area Managers as management representatives. In distributing the sacrificial animals, IPC TPK ensured that they were in good health, having passed health inspections conducted by the Livestock Department. The healthy label on the sacrificial animals indicates that the cows and goats distributed by the company are in good health and suitable for slaughter.

Guna Mulyana further added that Eid al-Adha also serves as an opportunity to support SME development through direct purchase of sacrificial animals from local farmers. In distributing the sacrificial animals, we also collaborate with various institutions to strengthen relationships with port stakeholders.

As a container terminal operator operating in several major ports in Indonesia, IPC TPK’s presence is expected to consistently contribute and deliver benefits to the community through its CSR programs.

“We thank IPC TPK for providing sacrificial animals to the residents of Lorong W Barat who live very close to Tanjung Priok Port. Alhamdulillah, we are very happy. May this be a blessing for the company,” said Fahmi Arjanggi, Manager of Mushollah Nurul Janah in Enggano, Tanjung Priok, North Jakarta.