Tanjung Priok set to go electronic


Jakarta’s Tanjung Priok Port will start testing the operational implementation of its new port clearance system Inaportnet on July 1.

The system, to be coordinated by the directorate-general for sea transportation, along with the accompanying Tradenet system for import-export permits, is expected to lead to the full implementation of the National Single Window in Indonesia, a scheme to simplify paperwork requirements for traders and which will also feed into the Asean Single Window Scheme.
The current system involves lengthy procedures and much paperwork, which the new electronic system will cut down. State-owned port operator Pelindo II signed an agreement with seven government institutions to implement the new system and it will by coordinated by the Tanjung Priok Port Authority, Pelindo II said in a statement.

The Inaportnet system is also expected to be integrated in future with the Indonesia Logistics Community System now being developed by Pelindo II and major telco Telkom, Pelindo II added.




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