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In 2000 he was appointed as CEO of Hutchison Ports Indonesia to supervise its operations in Indonesia until 2005, and is currently Vice President Commissioner of Jakarta International Container Terminal, a Hutchison operated container terminal in Jakarta.
Car exports through the Jakarta International Container Terminal, the country's largest shipping terminal, fell to 9,391 units last month, from 13,000 units in December last year, Pangestu said, representing a decline of about 27 per cent.
In addition, the DDST ADVON coordinated use of Hutchinson Whampoa's Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT) Terminal 2 (RO-RO) at Tanjung Priok in Jakarta to stage cargo, berth and load the vessel.
The president of the Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT), the liberalization policy contributes to dwarfing the country's shipping industry.
The government is set to make Tanjung Priok port the first hub port in Indonesia since March 24, 2003, coinciding with the start of the operation of a new quay for two container terminals in Tanjung Priok, namely Jakarta International Container Terminal (HCT) and Koja Container Terminal.
Harry Susanto, an exectuive of Pelindo II said the state company will seek cooperation with the customs and excise directorate general to handle the goods and PT Jakarta International Container Terminal will be asked to build warehouses and handle the operation of the warehouses and piling sqare.
The winner among the bidders will hold 49% to 51% of the shares of PT Jakarta International Container Terminal (JITC) to be set up as a subsidiary of Pelindo II.