IPC Signed MoU Agreement with Sabah Ports Authority Malaysia

YOGYAKARTA, Indonesia, Sept. 24, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Indonesia Port Corporation (IPC) and Sabah Ports Authority signed MoU Sister Port to encourage cooperation in various fields, including logistics, port industry, and education. The MoU signing occurred during the 13th APA Sports Meet 2019 - APA (ASEAN Port Association) sports competition held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The sports competition is participated by 8 ASEAN Countries and competed for over 305 medals from seven sports.



This joint agreement was signed by the Director of IPC Business Transformation and Development, Ogi Rulino and Deputy Chairman of Sabah Ports Authority, Datuk Maisuri Bin Besri and witnessed by APA Secretary General, Madam Mimi Mazira Mohd Idris. During his speech, Datuk Maisuri Bin Besri said, "This collaboration is very important, each port have its own strength and weakness and we all can benefit from this agreement."



IPC and Sabah Ports Authority also agreed to deepen mutually beneficial initiatives by sharing information and policies on various topics relevant to port activities, including personnel training, employee practical work, comparative studies, operational improvements, environmental improvements and service promotion port with the aim of increasing trade and maritime services.



This collaboration completes the series of MoU that was previously signed between Indonesia and Malaysia. In August, the IPC Directors flew to Sabah to convey commitments through the signing of the MoU with several port operators in Sabah, Malaysia including Sabah Port (Sabah Port Sdn Bhd) and Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC).



Elvyn G Masassya Director of the IPC Main Office emphasized that "Sabah has a strategic position, close to West Kalimantan, where there will also operate the Kijing Port. Cooperation with port operators will provide added value. This is in line with the idea of the Maritime Trilogy as a solution that integrates the concept of an integrated sea and port toll."



IPC has made various efforts to improve the quality of operational services and has carried out various transformations such as port modernization both in terms of infrastructure and superstructure to comply with international standards. In carrying out these efforts, synergy and collaboration with various parties is needed. Throughout 2019, ten MoUs have been signed by IPC with various ports and port authorities in neighboring countries including the Guangzhou Port Authority, Ningbo-Zhoushan Port Group, and POIC Sabah.

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