DKI Jakarta, which is directly adjacent to the Java Sea, has quite a number of ports. Tanjung Priok in North Jakarta is the largest and busiest port in the country.
Ports have an important role in the wheels of a country’s economy. Namely, as a node in the transportation network according to its hierarchy, a gateway to economic activity, a place for transfer of transportation modes, a support for industrial and / or trade activities, a place for distribution, production and consolidation of cargo or goods, and realizing the Archipelago Insight and state sovereignty.
Meanwhile, according to its function, ports are divided into two, namely governance and exploitation.
Well, Jakarta has quite a number of ports. Refer to the official site DKI Jakarta Regional Management and Information Officer, There are 22 ports in Jakarta. A total of 12 ports are in North Jakarta and the rest are in the Thousand Islands.
As many as 22 ports in DKI Jakarta have different functions according to the port status or hierarchy.
The ten ports in Jakarta are:
1. Tanjung Priok Port
2. Kalibaru Port
3. Muara Baru Harbor
4. Sunda Kelapa Harbor
5. Marunda Harbor
6. Muara Angke Kaliadem Harbor
7. Pearl Beach
8. Marina Ancol Harbor
9. Kalibiru Sand Base Port
10. Port of Cakung Drain Cilincing
11. Kamal Muara Harbor
12. Muara Angke Fishery Port
Tanjung Priok Port has the status of a major port. Referring to information from government regulation number 61 of 2009 concerning ports, the main port is a port whose main function is to serve domestic and international sea transportation activities, transfer of domestic and international sea transportation in large quantities, and as a place of origin for passengers and / or goods. , as well as ferry transportation with inter-provincial service coverage.
Tanjung Priok has five terminals, namely Jakarta International Container Terminal I (JICT I), Jakarta International Container Terminal II (JICT II), Koja Container Terminal (TPK Koja), Mustika Alam Lestari (MAL), and Multi Terminal Indonesia (MTI).
Meanwhile, the ports of Kalibaru, Muara Baru, Sunda Kelapa, and Marunda are collecting ports. That is, a port whose main function is to serve domestic sea transportation activities, transfer and load domestic sea transportation in a medium amount, and serve as a place of origin for passengers and / or goods, as well as ferry transportation with inter-provincial service coverage.
These main ports and collecting ports are managed by the ministry.
Sunda Kelapa Harbor in North Jakarta Photo: Pradita Utama
Muara Angke, Mutiara, Marina Ancol, Kalibiru Sand Pangkalan, and Cakung Drain Cilincing are regional feeder ports. Meanwhile, Kamal Mutiara and Muara Angke Perikanan are fishing ports.
Meanwhile, ten other ports are in the Thousand Islands. The status of the ports is local feeder ports.
A feeder port is a port whose main function is to serve domestic sea transportation activities, transfer and load domestic sea transportation in a limited number, serve as a feeder for the main port and collecting port, and as a place of origin for passengers and / or goods, as well as ferry transportation with a range of services. within the province.
Kaliadem Harbor Photo: Pradita Utama
Local feeder port is a secondary feeder port which serves to serve regional sea transportation activities in a small number and is a feeder at the main port and / or regional port.
Ports in the Thousand Islands:
1. Port of Kelapa Island
2. Harapan Island Harbor
3. Sebira Island Harbor
4. Port of Untung Jawa Island
5. Port of Pari Island
6. Port of Lancang Island
7. Pramuka Island Harbor
8. Panggang Island Harbor
9. Tidung Island Harbor
10. Payung Island Harbor
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