• September 18, 2023

Bandung, 18 September 2023 – IPC Terminal Petikemas/IPC TPK introduced the port and logistics industry to students of SMAN 3 Bandung in a program entitled Pelindo Mengajar. On this occasion, IPC TPK also shared information about the role of SOEs and the Ministry of SOEs in advancing Indonesia. This is in line with the direction of the Ministry of SOEs, the Environmental Social Responsibility program focuses on three priority areas, one of which is improving the quality of education.

“It is great to be able to participate again in supporting Holding Pelindo by organizing Pelindo Mengajar, especially in areas where there is no Port. This activity aims to introduce Pelindo as the largest SOE that manages the port service business while increasing students’ insight into the role of SOEs.” said Amanda Maulina, Corporate Secretary & External Relations of IPC TPK.

Previously, IPC TPK had organized Pelindo Mengajar activities at SMAN 15 Jakarta in February. A total of 100 students and 20 teachers of SMAN 3 Bandung were very enthusiastic about participating in the Pelindo Mengajar activity organized by IPC TPK. In Pelindo Mengajar this time, the material was given directly by IPC TPK’s Senior Manager of Engineering, Dida Darojat who is a graduate of SMAN 3 Bandung.

“We really welcome the presence of IPC TPK at SMAN 3 Bandung. In our opinion, Pelindo Mengajar is a new thing for student participants where this activity introduces the world of port and the development of BUMN Pelabuhan Indonesia and adds insight into the world of port for our students.” said Mrs. Ida Rohayani as Deputy Head of Public Relations of SMAN 3 Bandung.

Pelindo Mengajar is a Social and Environmental Responsibility activity organized by Pelindo Group in 3 (three) provinces in order to prepare the next generation as Indonesia’s future leaders and support the realization of a resilient and competitive Indonesian golden generation in 2045. On this occasion IPC TPK also delivered TJSL assistance in the form of school facilities and infrastructure worth 20 million rupiah to SMAN 3 Bandung.

“We hope that Pelindo Mengajar which is held today will not only add insight but also help prepare students to determine the choice of college and work fields later. We hope there will be those who become the next generation of the nation in managing ports in Indonesia,” Amanda concluded.