Four Main Ports Ready to Apply Online Order Delivery

Jakarta -The Ministry of Transportation ensures four major ports will implement electronic delivery ordering system or online order delivery (DO Online). Handling documents electronically will make port services efficient and transparent.

Director of Traffic and Sea Transport Chandra Irawan said four main ports will implement DO Online starting tomorrow ie Belawan Port, Tanjung Priok Port, Tanjung Perak Port and Makassar Port. In addition to DO Online, four major ports also implement the Inaportnet online ship service system.

Chandra said, Inaportnet goods and DO Online system allows service users to track and track ship position and container movement so as to improve service performance transparency. “This is at the same time able to simplify the procedure of service becomes faster and cheaper which in the end can decrease logistic cost at port,” Chandra concluded in Jakarta, Friday (29/6/2018).

According to Chandra, the implementation of Inaportnet and DO Online in four major ports can run smoothly. Kemenhub also continues to coordinate and evaluate implementation implementation Inaportnet and DO Online in the field. As is known, DO Online service makes the owner of goods no longer need to take care of booking documents to the party of the voyage face to face.

Chandra added that his party held a socialization of Inaportnet and DO Online implementation to operators, service users, and other stakeholders in Jakarta to strengthen the preparation of the implementation of the two online services. The application of Inaportnet and DO Online is regulated in Regulation of the Minister of Transportation No. 120 of 2017.

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