Approaching Time Service Information System Planning As an Effort to Reduce National Port Logistic Cost (Case Study: Tanjung Priok Port of PT. Pelindo II, Tbk)

Authors : Astri Lestiana Permata, Sugeng Santoso

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 1 - January

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Indonesia has ranked 46th in the 2018 Global Rank Logistics Performance Index (LPI) issued by the World Bank as a statistical measure of logistics (Logistic Performance Index, World Bank, 2018). With these conditions, Indonesia's logistics performance has been serious concern by the government to reduce logistics costs. One of them is by increasing standardized port performance by increasing port services. The focus of the government in improving port performance is by developing The Pilotage & Towage or often referred to as Marine Operating System (MOS/SIPANDU) which is one of the port services. Therefore, the objective of this research is that the development of this information system able to improve the optimization and effectiveness of approaching time services as an effort to improve port performance in terms of waiting & approaching time. And of course, the information system for approaching time is also one of the government's efforts to improve national logistics efficiency by fulfilled one of the Logistics Performance Index (LPI) indicators, namely Tracking & Tracing and Timeliness. In this way, Marine Operating System (MOS/SIPANDU) easily able to monitor port operational performance of both the government and operator terminal as an evaluation material for improving service performance at the port. This research was conducted to PT. Pelindo II’s operational employee which operated on Tanjung Priok Port which is the Busiest Port in Indonesia as a Port Operator Terminal which focused on the assurance of approaching time services by conducting observation, field study and interview to related party for the perfection of this research. The author uses a qualitative method based on phenomena that occur in realizing port logistics efficiency and of course as Indonesia's efforts as the World Maritime Axis. In order to improve port performance that is not yet standardized, the government has prepared an Integrated Port Network (IPN) program based on 4.0 industry technology by involving several stakeholders, including the Ministry of National Development Planning Agency, the Ministry of Transportation and BUMN Synergy as Terminal Operators for the achievement of Indonesia as a World Maritime Country.

Keywords : Logistics, National Logistics System, Integrated Port Network (IPN), Ports, Approaching Time, Information Systems.


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