APL is building up its Intra-Asia network with the addition of a second service string from Shanghai and Ningbo to Jakarta and Surabaya,

Indonesia has relented on planned cabotage rules for the international transport of certain key commodities, with local reports citing trade minister Enggartiasto Lukita as saying that his ministry had revoked the relevant regulation.

INTTRA has signed on its first carrier in Indonesia, with the addition of Salam Pacific Indonesia Lines (SPIL).

Indonesian President Joko Widodo highlighted the importance of the transpacific trade while visiting a CMA CGM vessel in Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) on Tuesday.

Indonesia is set to open eight more seaports for international trade, local reports said.

Indonesian integrated logistics and transportation solutions provider  Asian Bulk Logistics (ABL) aims to significantly boost its fleet of vessels for the local coal mining sector.

Indonesian offshore supply vessel (OSV) company Wintermar Offshore Marine gave some indication of what it believes the prospects to be in the Indonesian offshore oil and gas (O&G) market in its most recent first quarter results briefing.

The future is in end-to-end management of dry bulk cargoes, especially coal, and Indonesian company Asian Bulk Logistics (ABL) is positioning itself to be ahead of the curve in terms of meeting the requirements of clients as a potential cabotage ruling on certain bulk cargoes from Indonesia looms.

Jakarta-based shipowner and operator Asian Bulk Logistics (ABL) is looking at expanding its horizons beyond the Indonesian market to develop a global bulk shipping fleet, initially launching a programme to expand its network of operations in the Indonesian bulk shipping sector.

Samudera Shipping Line saw recovery in its key container shipping business even as it appeared to leave its home Indonesian market to seek its fortunes on further shores.

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