The maritime industry in Indonesia plays a pivotal role in the nation’s economy, reflecting its archipelagic nature with over 17,000 islands. Indonesia boasts a rich maritime history intertwined with trade, fishing, and transportation. Its strategic location makes it a key player in regional and global maritime trade routes. The industry encompasses various sectors, including shipping, shipbuilding, fisheries, port operations, and marine tourism. Indonesia’s vast coastline and abundant marine resources provide ample opportunities for growth and development in the maritime sector. Efforts to modernize infrastructure, improve regulatory frameworks, and enhance maritime safety and security are underway, signaling a commitment to harnessing the full potential of Indonesia’s maritime prowess for sustainable economic advancement.

Major Ports Supported
  • Tanjung Priok Port: Located in Jakarta, Tanjung Priok is Indonesia’s busiest and largest port, handling a significant portion of the country’s maritime trade. Its strategic location makes it a vital gateway for both domestic and international shipping, facilitating trade and commerce.
  • Belawan Port: Situated in Medan, North Sumatra, Belawan Port serves as a crucial maritime hub for the western part of Indonesia. It plays a pivotal role in facilitating trade, particularly in the export of commodities such as palm oil, rubber, and timber.
  • Tanjung Perak Port: Located in Surabaya, East Java, Tanjung Perak Port is one of Indonesia’s oldest and busiest ports. It serves as a vital link for trade within the archipelago and international shipping, handling various cargo types, including containers, bulk, and liquid cargo.
  • Makassar Port: Positioned in South Sulawesi, Makassar Port is a strategic maritime gateway connecting Indonesia’s eastern regions with the rest of the country and international markets. It specializes in handling bulk cargo, including coal, cement, and agricultural products.
  • Semarang Port: Situated in Central Java, Semarang Port serves as a crucial maritime gateway for the region’s industrial and agricultural exports. It handles a diverse range of cargo, including containers, bulk, and general cargo, contributing significantly to Indonesia’s maritime trade.
Services Offered
  • Services of lifesaving appliances, including lifeboats, life rafts , firefighting systems and appliances, services for davit and winch systems, load testing, calibration, carpentry, fabricate ducting, air conditioning, navigation and communication