• May 12, 2023

Jakarta, May 12, 2023 – IPC Terminal Petikemas/IPC TPK received a working visit from the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Investment Coordination and the Kenyan delegation at the Planning and Control Room of Tanjung Priok Port, in order to explore investment potential with PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Persero). This visit is one of the implementations of the strengthening of cooperation between developing countries (Emerging Economies Cooperation), where Kenya will realize several collaborations with Indonesia in 2023.

“IPC TPK is ready to support Pelindo’s steps in expanding market share and promoting Indonesia’s economic development by ensuring field readiness and optimal operational services,” said Guna Mulyana, President Director of IPC TPK.

Upon arrival at Tanjung Priok Port, representatives from the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and the Kenyan delegation began their visit at the Indonesian Maritime Museum. Welcomed directly by Pelindo’s Director of Strategy, Prasetyo, the delegation held a One-on-One Business Meeting, starting with a presentation and brief discussion about the profile and strategic projects of Indonesian ports. The activities continued with a tour of Tanjung Priok Port, starting with a visit to the Control Tower (Integrated Planning & Control Room) where IPC TPK’s directors and management welcomed them and presented the company’s profile and operational patterns at IPC TPK. The delegation then proceeded with a field visit to the New Priok Container Terminal to observe loading and unloading activities firsthand.

“It is hoped that this visit can foster business potential, especially in the logistics and port sectors. As a container terminal operator, IPC TPK will continue to support the government’s steps in strengthening bilateral cooperation with the Republic of Kenya,” concluded Guna.