Thursday, October 17, 2019

Maritime industry

Maritime industry

Government seeks port and shipping efficiency

Jakarta -- Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi promised on Thursday (12/04) to improve the efficiency of ports with the aim of reducing logistics costs...

Air Force holds security drill on Indonesia-Singapore border

Batam -- Squadron I of Supadio Air Force Base held a security drill in Indonesia's archipelagic sea lane (ALKI) I on Tuesday (03/04), which...

“Celebrate the Sea” Festival to be held in Manado City

Manado -- Hundreds of international figures and photographers will celebrate the festival of "Celebrate the Sea." The event will be held from March 28...

Indonesia wants Australia as full ASEAN member

Sydney -- Indonesian President Joko Widodo wants Australia to become a full member of ASEAN, signalling Friday he is keen on Canberra playing a...

Raja Ampat easier to reach thanks to Garuda’s new Jakarta-Sorong service

Jakarta -- National flag carrier Garuda Indonesia is set to launch a daily return flight between Jakarta and Sorong beginning March 10, as it...

How climate change threatens Indonesia’s marine tourism

Jakarta -- While the Earth has only warmed around 0.74 degrees Celsius over the last 100 years, this small temperature increase is affecting ocean...

Gov’t to Help Local Seafood Producers Meet Global Health Standards

Jakarta  -- Indonesian producers will receive intensive guidance on health requirements for fish and seafood products in the country's main export markets, a senior...

Indonesia Hopeful to Boost Infrastructure, Maritime Cooperation With S. Korea

Jakarta -- Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan saw opportunities to increase cooperation with South Korea in various industries, including transportation sector, during...

Asean Officials Gather in Jakarta to Study the Law of the Sea

Jakarta -- As ocean issues have been emerging in many countries of late, officials from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) member states...

Indonesia to Issue New Regulation to Protect Tuna From Overfishing

Jakarta -- The Indonesian government is planning to issue a new regulation to protect tuna from the dangers of overfishing, a senior official from...

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