DENPASAR – Exports of sculptures and various types of wood-based souvenirs from Bali managed to reap foreign exchange of USD5.03 million during March 2018. The amount increased USD837.467 or 19.94% compared to February 2018 recorded USD4, 19 million.
“However, the foreign exchange earnings compared to the same month in the previous year increased by 307,338 US dollars or 6.50 percent, because in March 2017 the delivery of various types of statues generated 4.72 million US dollars,” said Head of Central Statistics Agency (BPS) Bali Province Adi Nugroho in Denpasar, Sunday.
JAKARTA – PT JAS Airport Services will increase its air cargo storage capacity to 437,500 tons per year by year-end 2018.
Subiyono, Deputy Director of Operations & Services of JAS Airport Services, said the current maximum capacity could reach 350,000 tons per year. There is also, throughout 2017 the company has served as many as 299,802 tons of cargo.
“We hope the addition of storage can increase 25% of the current maximum capacity,” said Subiyono after delivering Technical Guidance on Cargo Handling and Post on Tuesday (15/05/2018).
JAKARTA – PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) or Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) will boost export cargoes in line with the opening of direct voyage (direct call) from Tanjung Priok Port. The increase in export cargo is expected to contribute to the company’s 10% container flow growth target by 2018.
President Director of IPC, Elvyn G. Masassya said since 2017 Tanjung Priok Port has been serving direct calls to the United States and Europe with a vessel with a capacity of 8,000 TEUs. Now, Tanjung Priok arrives larger ship, the CMA CGM Tage measuring 10,000 TEUs, following the Salalah APL ship with a capacity of 10,642 TEUs that have stopped on 3 May 2018 ago. Continue reading “IPC Boost Export Cargo”
JAKARTA – Tanjung Priok Port returns the arrival of a giant container vessel that can accommodate 10,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit). Large ships are expected to reduce container shipping costs while increasing the competitiveness of national export products.
Based on business monitoring at Tanjung Priok Port, large vessels leaning against the CMA CGM Tage. This Malta-flagged ship will carry cargo from Jakarta to Los Angeles, United States.
JAKARTA – Shipowners believe that the delay in national vessel use for certain export and import commodities becomes a fair solution for all stakeholders. Entrepreneurs hope that the implementation of the rules requiring the use of national vessels by 2020 will no longer be postponed.
Chairman of the Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association (INSA) DPP, Carmelita Hartoto said the delay in the Regulation of the Minister of Trade which requires the use of national sea transport is a solution in developing national shipping without disturbing export activities.
JAKARTA – The system of export licensing services at the Ministry of Commerce based electronic through Inatrade portal has been disrupted since February 28, 2018.
The existence of disruption of the Ministry of Trade’s Inatrade system resulted in the submission of export goods licenses (PEB) submitted by the exporting company and through its proxy in Tanjung Priok Port can not be served.
“I have received the info that the interruption has occurred since February 28, 2018. Incidentally today we have the filing of the PEB document, but it was true and we experienced the online service of export permit for the restriction restriction [lartas] in Kemendag through Inatrade can not respond,” said A. Tjetjep Zahrudin, President Director of PT Tenders Marine Indonesia (TMI), one of the logistics and export management companies in the Port of Priok, on Tuesday (6/3/2018). Continue reading “Inatrade System Chaos, Export Service Hampered”
Freight forwarding is the approach to importing or exporting items or products of a business to a particular location, oftentimes a country. It is fundamentally the best choice for carrying this out transport, instead of sending an individual to travel and bring your entire items right? You can choose from three modes of forwarding. It may be sometimes by land, water, or air freight forwarding. Certainly, each one has their very own positives and negatives. Still, it is stated by many people that the finest and most practical one would be freight forwarding on vessels.
In relation to vast amounts of shipments, it is considered to be the very best and reasonable. Naturally, sea vessels can bring more weight and bulgy amounts of shipment as compared to air and land freight. There are these much modern sea freight carriers that are built to possess these storage units to carry much much more than one can imagine. These would be the containers that could be set right into a railroad in case necessary to be brought via land. Continue reading “Forward Your Goods by Way of Sea Freight”
The export markets of Gianyar, Bali in 2016 and 2017 are the United States, followed by Germany and China which have not experienced a shift in the past two years.
While the fourth and fifth positions are shifting where in 2016 Australia and Sweden are shifted in 2017 by the UK and South Africa, Gianyar Regency Industry and Trade Agency I Wayan Suamba said on Monday.
He said exports from Gianyar regency to America in 2017 reached 4.67 million dollars down compared to 2016 of 4.8 million US dollars, followed by Germany in 2017 of 2.41 million dollars. There is an increase compared to the year 2016 of 2.1 million US dollars.
Advanced shipping methods have allowed businesses to get their products to consumers at a much faster rate. Freight for the most part previously had to be shipped by truck, rail, or ship. These modes of transportation take more time and reduce the convenience given to consumers by businesses. They create delays that filter down to stores that sell products. Consumers have to wait longer for products. Perishables have a great chance for damage and are not as fresh when they arrive. Air freight forwarders take shipping to a whole new level. The extra convenience provided by these services allows businesses to ship their products faster, maintain quality, and keep their customers happy.
Jakarta – Bali exported a variety of jewelry products to the hands of skilled craftsmen generally from Celuk Village, Gianyar regency, for US $ 7.31 million during November 2017 or up US $ 1.26 million (20.98 percent) compared to the previous month ( US $ 6.04 million).
“The foreign exchange earnings compared to the same month in the previous year also increased by US $ 360,293 or 5.18 percent, because November 2016 the delivery of various types of jewelry only generates US $ 6.95 million,” said Head of Bali Provincial Central Statistics Agency Nugroho, in Denpasar, Sunday, January 21, 2018.
Adi said the shipment of various types of jewelry is able to contribute 15.94 percent of the value of Bali’s exports of US $ 45.90 million during November 2017 or slumped US $ 1.79 million (3.76 percent) compared to the previous month recorded US $ 47 , 69 million.