During the Corona Pandemic, Cargo Businesses Still Exist Even though Goods Shipments Down 50 Percent

Bali Intercont Cargo continued despite the Corona pandemic

DENPASAR, balipuspanews.com – Panudiana Kuhn’s cargo business still exists in the corona pandemic. However, there was a 50 percent drop in shipments to several countries due to health protocols and conditions of the destination countries struggling against the Covid-19 outbreak.

To balipuspanews.com, Monday (6/29/2020), businessman Panudiana Kuhn said, until now the sector engaged in shipping services was still running, but not as busy as before Covid-19 spread in Indonesia to Bali.

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This is Qatar Airways’ new APD (Personal Protective Equipment) for Passengers and Cabin Crew

Photo: Qatar Airways cabin crew using PPE / Do. Qatar Airways / Special

Jakarta, Airmagz.com – Qatar Airways has developed health and safety standards on aircraft by introducing new Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for passengers and cabin crew.

In an official statement received by Airmagz.com, Friday (3/7/2020). This new APD includes an additional face shield and protective kit.

The disposable face shield is available in two standard sizes – one for adults and the other for children. Face shield for children is designed with the Oryx Kids Club airline mascot.

Photo: Protective box containing PPE distributed free to passengers / Doc. Qatar Airways

Passengers traveling from Hamad International Airport (HIA), Doha, Qatar will receive a face shield at the check-in counter. While in other destinations, face shields will be distributed at the boarding gate.

On the plane, all Qatar Airways passengers will be provided with free protective boxes. Inside is a disposable face mask, powder gloves, and alcohol-based hand sanitizer gel.

While Business Class passengers will also be given an additional 75 ml tube hand sanitizer.

New disposable protective clothing for cabin crew, in accordance with uniforms with the addition of safety goggles, gloves and face masks.

The protective shirt is personalized with the Qatar Airways logo in the left corner of the shirt.

“During the Covid-19 crisis, the safety of our passengers was our top priority. By introducing safety and hygienic standards on aircraft. Passengers can rely on us and our trained flight crew to fly them safely to their destinations, “said Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive.

Photo: Free face shield for passengers / Doc. Qatar Airways

According to Akbar, to ensure the highest level of cleanliness on the aircraft is met, Economy Class passengers are required to wear a face shield. In addition to masks and face masks during flight. Except when they are being served food or drinks.

Business Class passengers will be asked to use face shields and face masks with their own comfort. Because they can enjoy a wider and more private space.

Parents who fly with children are advised to keep using PPE during the trip. Although children under the age of 2 years are not recommended to use a face shield or face mask as a protector.

Qatar Airways aircraft are routinely spraying disinfectants. Use the products recommended by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and the World Health Organization (WHO). (TM)

Source: https://www.airmagz.com/61813/ini-apd-baru-qatar-airways-untuk-penumpang-dan-awak-kabin.html
Translated by Aryaputra Pande

Covid-19 Pandemic Does Not Affect the Logistics and Courier Sector

JAKARTA – The corona virus pandemic (Covid-19) which has not abated has put the Indonesian economy on the brink of recession. Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said, the economic contraction in the second quarter of this year is predicted to be deep enough that the government corrected estimates of economic growth from 2.3% to minus 0.4% to 1% by the end of 2020.

Economic contraction is reflected in the sluggish business activities. Despite having begun to move, the wheels of the economy limp. Some even suspended animation. Even so, there are a number of business sectors that are actually growing. For example, e-commerce business, food and beverage sales business and expeditions and couriers. The growth of these sectors also affected other sectors such as automotive.

Based on data from the Indonesian Automotive Industries Association (Gaikindo) year to date in May 2019-May 2020, Isuzu Giga recorded a growth of 3.6%, but the sales volume was minus 45.4%. For Isuzu Elf, the market share was up 1.5%, but sales were minus 29.8%.

While Isuzu Traga posted a 9.9% market share, but sales were minus 9.6%. In fact, the total commercial vehicle market in the same period fell minus 37.5% where in May 2019 there were 97,484 units sold and in May 2020 there were 60,963 units.

General Manager of PT Isuzu Astra Motor Indonesia (IAMI) Attias Asril acknowledged that the automotive industry was one of those that experienced a decline in sales during the Covid-19 pandemic. Even so, the commercial vehicle market is still quite promising due to positive growth in a number of business sectors at the time of the pandemic. For example, the logistics sector and couriers. “We are confident that commercial vehicle sales will improve even though it was quite heavy to match last year,” he explained.

He said the increase occurred because there were a number of sectors that grew during the pandemic such as logistics and couriers.

Chairperson of the Association of Indonesian Express, Post and Logistics Shipping Services (Asperindo) M Feriadi called on all members to remain optimistic and to make preparations so that services to the public remain excellent.

In addition, Asperindo also always communicates with the government, in this case the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy, the Ministry of Communication and Information, and other government stakeholders. “The goal is that we can play an active role and join in the struggle in the new normal period,” he said.

Meanwhile, Chairperson of the Indonesian Logistics Association (ALI) Zaldy Ilham Masita said, even though it had entered the new normal era, logistics activities would not recover as before. Because the logistics business has experienced a very sharp decline, which is up to 80% during the pandemic.

“Since January it has been felt even since March there has been almost no activity. But, now it’s starting to rack up, “he said. (Hatim Varabi)

Increase in Cost of Aviation Navigation Services delayed by 6 months

Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – The Ministry of Transportation ensures the increase in the cost of Aviation Navigation Services (PJNP) is delayed until June 2019.

Head of the Public Information and Communication Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation, Hengki Angkasawan, said the reason for delaying the increase in navigation costs was to reduce operating costs for airlines. It is expected that ticket prices paid by passengers can also be reduced.

“PJNP Airnav has postponed its increase for 6 months starting from January 2019. The planned increase in the beginning was from Rp. 6,000 to Rp. 7,000 for each en route,” Hengki said, Thursday (02/21/2019).
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Here’s the Garuda Indonesia Cargo Rates After Avtur Prices Down

Garuda Indonesia aircraft is at terminal 3 of Soekarno-Hatta Airport, Tangerang, Banten, Monday (11/26/2018). – JIBI / Paulus Tandi Bone

Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – Garuda Indonesia Group considers that air cargo or air cargo mail (SMU) rates are currently in accordance with the costs that must be incurred by the airline so there will be no adjustments even though the avtur price has dropped.

VP of Corporate Communication of Garuda Indonesia, Ikhsan Rosan, said that the increase in tariffs for Senior High School some time before had been adjusted to the costs incurred by the airline so that it could not be lowered.
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Inaca Invites Asperindo to Talk About Cargo Tariffs

Officers active in the Cargo and Post Terminal of General Ahmad Yani Airport in the new location after it was inaugurated, in Semarang, Central Java, Wednesday (1/23/2019). – ANTARA / Aji Styawan

Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – The Indonesian National Air Carriers Association (INACA) claimed to open a discussion room with the Association of Indonesian Express, Post and Logistics Shipping Services Companies (Asperindo) about the demand for air cargo tariff adjustments.

INACA Chairman IGN Askhara Danadiputra said that the logistical integration system was needed to support the national economy. Of course, talks from all relevant stakeholders are needed to create an efficient condition.
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Follow Avtur Prices, Asperindo Asks Airlines to Lower Cargo Rates

Officers refueled avtur on one of the commercial aircraft at Adi Soemarmo Airport Apron, Boyolali, Central Java, Monday (12/6). – Antara / Aloysius Jarot Nugroho

Bisnis.com, JAKARTA – The Association of Indonesian Express, Post and Logistics Shipping Services Company (Asperindo) considers that the decrease in avtur prices should also be lowered.

Asperindo Head of Transportation and Infrastructure, Hari Sugiandi said that the airline should also reduce the price of its air cargo rates because Pertamina had reduced its avtur prices.

“Avtur should go down, the tariff will also go down, but it has gone up now. When this [airline] loses, the cargo starts to empty, because our products are not possible senders via flights,” he explained to Bisnis (2/21/2019).
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Pelindo III: 15% Services Accelerate Digitalization in Tanjung Perak

Nahkoda operates the tugboat (tug boat) to attract cargo ships will sail in the port of Tanjung Perak, Surabaya, East Java, Monday (3/12/2018). In-between/Educates Suhartono

Bisnis.com, JAKARTA-PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) to claim the application of digital services in the port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya was able to shorten the average service time is up to 15%.

The efficiency obtained after the implementation of operations in the port of Tanjung Perak be centralized through the Port Operations Command Center (POCC) since December 6, 2018.

Director of operations and commercial Pelindo III Putut Sri Muljanto mentions some of the services become more quickly in between the time the application for the service of verification from the original 0.3 hours to 1.17 hrs.
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The Postponement Of The Accession Fee Of Navigation Do Not Disturb Indonesia AirNav Income

AirNav Indonesia President Director of Novie Arwana (Center) give exposure in the AirNav Media Gathering in Padang, West Sumatra, on Wednesday (20/2/2019). -Business/Rio Sandy Similarly

Bisnis.com, the ascent of the Delays cost the flight Navigation Services (PJNP) has no effect against the target company’s revenue General Navigation Service Provider Indonesia Flights (Perum LPPNPI) or AirNav Indonesia

AirNav Indonesia President Director of Novie Arwana target revenue this year reached Rp3,66 trillion. As for the targets, the moderates have been classified in accordance with the company’s budget work plan (RKAP).
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13 AP II Airports Become Digital Travel Destinations for Millennials

BIJB Airport was built since December 2015 with an airport project value reaching Rp 2.6 trillion. Kertajati will have a terminal with a capacity of 5.6 million passengers per year.

PT Angkasa Pura II (Persero) or AP II wants to make the 13 airports it manages as a digital tourist destination. This concept is applied to reap more and more millennial consumers.

AP II Managing Director Muhammad Awaluddin said, the application of the concept of digital tourism at the airport is expected to give a different impression for airline service users.

“The more digitalized AP II airports, travelers can have their own impression when they arrive. Millennials are potential assets and market segments that can be addressed for this,” he said, Wednesday (1/9). (Also read: Angry International Agenda 2018, Passengers at Ngurah Rai Airport Up 13%)
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