SeaNews Turkey
Home FAQ RSS Links Site Map Contact Monday, 01.Sep.2014, 11:13 (GMT)
All News
INTERVIEW
TURKISH STRAITS
SEANEWS MAGAZINE
COLUMNISTS
WORLD SHIPPING
PORTS
SHIPPING NEWS
SHIPBUILDING
ACCIDENTS
PILOTAGE&TOWAGE
MARKETS
LOGISTICS
SHIP RECYCLING
IMO&EU NEWS
PIRACY
TURKISH PRESS REVIEW
SEA SPORTS
NEWS FROM TURKEY
INSIGHT/OPINION
SHIPBROKER REPORTS
OFFSHORE
GUEST COLUMNIST
MARITIME RSS
Poll
Will freight markets ever return pre-crisis levels?
Yes, in 2014
Yes, in 2015
Yes, after 2015
No, never!
Who knows?
Get Adobe Flash player


 
PORTS

Indonesia to invest US$2.47 billion to boost port's to 18 million TEU
Indonesia to invest US$2.47 billion to boost port's to 18 million TEU


INDONESIA Port Corporation (IPC), the largest port operator in Indonesia, is planning to invest US$2.47 billion in the development of Kalibaru Port, an extension to the existing Tanjung Priok Port in North Jakarta, Indonesia, according to UK's Port Technology International.Wednesday, 25.Apr.2012, 23:24 (GMT)

INDONESIA Port Corporation (IPC), the largest port operator in Indonesia, is planning to invest US$2.47 billion in the development of Kalibaru Port, an extension to the existing Tanjung Priok Port in North Jakarta, Indonesia, according to UK's Port Technology International.

Upon completion in 2023, Kalibaru Port, or New Priok, will more than triple the annual capacity of Tanjung Priok from five million TEU to 18 million TEU.

IPC confirmed earlier this month that it had received approval from Indonesia's Presidential Regulation to begin works on the ambitious project, the port operator said in a statement.

The first phase of the project will include the installation of $1.38 billion worth of container terminal infrastructure and related equipment, while $730 million will be made available to construct the port's new petroleum product terminal. In addition, a further $305 million will be used to build toll roads, a power station and industrial area, with the remaining $50 million earmarked for other services.

IPC also said that further funding in the development of New Priok could come from outside investors and in the form of loans from national and international lenders.


Read: 2346 Times- INDONESIA Port Corporation, -


Rating (Votes: 0)
Add your comment(Existing: 0)  Tell friend  Print

COMMENTS ( 0 Existing)

Related Articles:







Events
September 2014
Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
  1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30        
 

COLUMNISTS
MOST READ TODAY
First Carbon Fiber Main Propeller Installed On a Merchant Ship- 528
Five stowaway monkeys at sea onboard 15,550-TEU Maersk ship- 240
Forecasts optimistic for container markets- 180
Lion Shipbrokers Market Report: WEEK 35 – 29 August 2014- 151
Jacksonville welcomes Hoegh Jacksonville to biggest car exporting port in US- 146
Hamburg 5/6 berth ready for18,000-TEUers with Shanghai mega cranes- 142
Rebels Fire on Ukrainian Ship at Sea- 142
St Petersburg handles lion's share of Baltic boxes from January to July- 136
CSCL back in black with US$74.9 million profit via staging asset sales- 89
CMA CGM profit falls 185pc to US$94 million on record revenues up 3.7pc- 85

E-MAGAZINE
SeaNews June
October Issue
SeaNews June
September Issue
SeaNews June
July/August Issue
SeaNews June
June Issue
SeaNews June
May Issue

News in Pictures


Model Alexandra Fotopoulou holding the 9th issue of seanews magazine at the Posidonia Shipping Fair


Hot News
Jacksonville welcomes Hoegh Jacksonville to biggest car exporting port in US
St Petersburg handles lion's share of Baltic boxes from January to July
Hamburg 5/6 berth ready for18,000-TEUers with Shanghai mega cranes
DP World profit up 26pc to US$332 million as revenues rise 9.9pc
15-foot waves in storm surge halts Long Beach cargo terminal operations

 
Archive Search