Jade Logistics leads Indonesian ports into a digital future

Christchurch, 06 July 2018 – PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Pelindo I) has chosen the terminal operating system (TOS), Master Terminal, from Jade Logistics, to manage their mixed cargo operations at 14 terminals in the provinces of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (Aceh), Sumatera Utara (North Sumatra), Riau, and Riau Islands (Kepulauan Riau). Master Terminal will replace Pelindo I’s legacy systems and will help modernize and optimize their terminal operations.

This is a significant win for Jade Logistics - the first in South-East Asia - and utilizing a robust
implementation methodology, will see all 14 terminals rolled out, in stages, over an 18-month
period.
In support of the Indonesian Government’s Maritime port infrastructure upgrade program,
dubbed the Indonesian-sea-toll-road program, Pelindo I (one of four Indonesian state-owned
port operators) sought an integrated TOS that supported multiple cargo types and facilities to
grow alongside the business. Master Terminal was a clear frontrunner, with a proven track
record of handling a mixture of break-bulk, bulk, container and Roll-On/Roll-Off (RORO) cargo.
Key functionality such as the ability to integrate with the Government Customs system,
InaPortNet, and an SAP finance system, were features that won Pelindo I over.
Pelindo I’s vision is to become the leading Port Business in Indonesia. Investing in state-of-theart
technology, such as the Master Terminal application, supplemented with improved
operational processes, training, and equipment, will ensure Pelindo I is in a position to handle
current and future cargo volumes more efficiently and more cost-effectively.
Jade Logistics’ CEO, David Lindsay, says: “We are thrilled to partner with Pelindo I on this
project. The opportunities for them in this region are immense and we’re looking forward to
seeing their coastal hubs, industry and economy grow. We’re excited to play a part in
Indonesia’s greater expansion plans and seeing what the future holds.”
The first three terminals in the process of implementing Master Terminal are at the ports of
Dumai, Sibolga, and Malahayati, and are set to Go Live by the third quarter of 2018 with the
remaining terminals live by mid 2019.

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