14 - 15 September, 2016
Mandarin Orchard Singapore, by Meritus, Singapore


09:00 - 09:30 Morning Refreshments and Registration

09:30 - 09:50 Chairperson's opening remarks

09:50 - 10:30 Views from industry leaders on how to capitalize on growth opportunities in the seafaring trade and port developments, throughout Asia?

Key Discussion Points:
- How are port developments and upgrades being funded?
- What bureaucratic, logistical and infrastructure issues and challenges are standing in the way of these upgrades?
- What are the key risks of undertaking such expensive port upgrades?
- What are the pros and cons of public versus private investment?
- What are current private sector investors’ requirements for investing in port developments?
- Will investors realize their investments with Pelindo I & II and what modifications are occurring to support the ongoing rising cost of financing and developing of such expansions?
- Will these projects continue as planned and at pace with stalling economies and the end of the commodities supercycle?
Gavin Munro, Managing Director at Societe Generale

Gavin Munro

Managing Director
Societe Generale

10:30 - 10:40 Speed networking

10:40 - 11:00 Morning networking and refreshments break

11:00 - 11:40 Developing “the Sea Toll Road or Ocean Highway “of Indonesia: Outlook for PT Pelabuhan Indonesia 1 (Persero)

Indonesia Port Corporation I oversees several port developments in Indonesia, including the US$343.9 million Kuala Tanjung multipurpose terminal, slated to begin operations in 2017. With a target capacity of 2 million TEUs by 2019, Kuala Tanjung looks to become Indonesia’s largest transit hub upon completion.
- The latest update on Pelindo’s imminent official operation
- Improving connectivity from the port to the hinterland to reduce dwell times
- Latest snapshot of the development of Kuala Tanjung, Belawan and other new generation container terminals
- Exploration of key issues and challenges facing port development at Pelindo I
Iman Achmad Sulaiman, Director of Planning & Development at PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I

Iman Achmad Sulaiman

Director of Planning & Development
PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I

11:40 - 12:20 The Era of the Masterplan represents a new trend for Asia’s port infrastructure – With a spot light on Indonesia how is the masterplan progressing to meet commercial feasibility projections and downward adjusted trade volumes?

Indonesia’s massive port expansion plans are aimed at improving connectivity, reducing trans-shipment logistical costs and raising Indonesia’s global competitiveness. This masterplan includes opening up international cargo routes beyond Jakarta and Surabaya to significantly reduce dwell times and improve operating and offloading cost efficiencies.

Examining the latest project update on Persero II (Pelindo II)

David Wignall, Senior Vice President at Indonesia Ports Corporation (IPC)

David Wignall

Senior Vice President
Indonesia Ports Corporation (IPC)

12:20 - 13:00 Examining the development progress for Tanjung Perak, Surabaya and Tanjung Emas, Semarang, Central Java & Manyar Port in Gresik, East Java: Project Updates from PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III- Persero III (Pelindo III)

- Examining the investment factors impacting on the progress of the US$700 million development of Tanjung Perak, Surabaya; and Tanjung Emas Semarang, Central Java ports
- Updates on stage 2 of the Tanjung Perak Surabaya port project
- Highlight on the efficiency gains from the implementation of the fully automated ARTG unloading equipment crane installation at Tanjung Emas, Semarang
- Operational planning for streamlining turnarounds and reducing dwell times
- Implementation updated on improving connectivity across Tanjung Perak’s 40-hectare, 1.5-million TEUcapacity facilities
- Spotlight on the progress of cross-financing of Tanjung Perak to finance smaller ports and what it means for productivity and profitablity.

Faruq Hidayat, Head of Strategic Planning at PT Pelabuhan Indonesia - III Persero

Faruq Hidayat

Head of Strategic Planning
PT Pelabuhan Indonesia - III Persero

13:00 - 14:00 Networking Lunch Break

14:00 - 14:40 Examining the success of Cikarang Dry Port (CDP) as a diversion centre to resolve the high density and dwelling challenges at Tanjung Priok Port

Cikarang Dry Port (CDP) provides integrated port and logistic facilities and serves as an extension gate of Tanjung Priok Sea Port.
It is strategically located in the heart of the largest manufacturing zone of Indonesia along the Bekasi – Cikampek industrial corridor on the east side of Greater Jakarta. The Dry Port offers a one stop service for cargo handling and a logistics solution for international export and import, as well as domestic distribution.
- CDP is the first and only integrated Customs Services Zone in Indonesia: Examining how Cikarang has been able to successfully manage the challenges of providing 24/7 integrated port and logistic facilities, overnight rail freight service, with on-site customs and quarantine inspection services
- CDP’s plans for 2016 and beyond: Reducing investment flow and maximizing capacity at the CDP

14:40 - 15:20 Singapore’s new maritime strategy - next generation ports 2016 and beyond Singapore’s Next Generation Port (NGP) 2030 Vision is now in operation

With Asia accounting for around 80% of the global container throughput handled by the world’s top 30 container ports, the Port of Singapore is the busiest port in the world in terms of shipping tonnage as well as boasting being the largest trans-shipment container port in the world.
How will the emerging mega plans for Indonesia’s port infrastructure expansions impact on Singapore’s lucrative trans-shipment operations?
What adjustments will Singapore need to make to remain competitive as Indonesia’s capacity continues to come online?

Ian Muir, Ports & Marine Director at AECOM

Ian Muir

Ports & Marine Director

15:20 - 12:00 Afternoon Refreshments

12:00 - 16:30 Investor appetite and trends in the valuation of port assets

- Significant firepower of corporate and financial investors for deals
- Review of deal activity and selected deals in the sector
- Impact on valuation
Oliver Goetz, Asia Head of Transport at Rothschild

Oliver Goetz

Asia Head of Transport

16:30 - 17:10 Improving operational efficiencies and cargo load optimization using smart technology and big data

- Shipping Decisions truly impacting your Supply Chain
- Decision Support Analytics in practice
- Electronic Booking Behaviors

Jim Whalen, President Asia at INTTRA USA

Jim Whalen

President Asia

17:10 - 23:59 Closing Remarks from the Chairman