• March 22, 2024

Jakarta, March 22, 2024 – Throughout the month of Ramadan 1445 H, IPC Terminal Petikemas/IPC TPK conducted a series of Corporate Social Responsibility & Environmental (CSRE) Programs packaged under the theme Pelindo Shares. Through the distribution of 650 basic food packages and 1600 Ramadan breaking fast packages, IPC TPK aims to facilitate the community, port workers, and service users in performing their religious duties during the holy month of Ramadan.

“The increase in staple food prices before the month of Ramadan poses its own challenges for the community. It is our hope that with the basic food and Ramadan breaking fast packages we have prepared, we can help alleviate the burden of the community around the port so that they can focus on performing their religious duties during the holy month of Ramadan,” said Guna Mulyana, CEO of IPC TPK.

The Ramadan CSRE Program, in the form of basic food packages, was distributed to stevedores, sanitation workers, security personnel, and the general public around the port area. Symbolically, the basic food packages were handed over by the Director of Finance, HR & Risk Management of IPC TPK, Yanuar Evyanto. The basic food packages prepared contain rice, cooking oil, sugar, instant noodles, canned sardines, canned wafers, coffee, and tea. In addition, the basic food packages were also distributed to 11 orphanages and elderly care centers at several points in North Jakarta such as the areas of Cilincing, Rawa Badak, Pulo Gadung, and Ancol.

Meanwhile, IPC TPK provided hundreds of iftar meals distributed every day for 2 weeks to truck drivers and port workers approaching the iftar time, considering that the port is a confined area where there are no food selling locations. The program is expected to enhance the smoothness of loading and unloading activities at the port so that stevedores and truck drivers can continue their activities smoothly both before the iftar time and during iftar.

“This Sharing Blessings CSRE Program in the Month of Ramadan has been carried out routinely every year for the past 4 years as an effort to channel benefits to the surrounding environment. It is our hope that this CSRE program can have a positive impact and benefit for its recipients in this blessed month,” concluded Guna.