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Shipyard Land in Batam have been exhausted

Written By Kepri Online on Saturday, March 17, 2012 | 21:25

Batam - Almost all the land that is earmarked for the company shipyard in Batam is allocated, said Director of Integrated One Stop Services and Public Relations of Board for Batam Concession, Dwi Djoko Wiwoho, Saturday.

He said that currently there are 30 companies in the area of ​​Batam free trade zone and free port that has land for the shipyard. While the number of shipyards in Batam has reached more than 70 company.

"Because the land is gone, some investors are renting land in the shipbuilding company that has been no. So even though only 30 have land, but the number of shipbuilding companies much more, " Djoko said.

As an alternative, he said, if there are investors who want to build the shipyard advised to Tanjung Balai Karimun which still has a vast land.

"The land in Batam is not there, unless they hire another shipbuilding company land. If there investors, we will try to point to Tanjung Balai Karimun which still has a vast land, "he said in Batam, Riau Islands, on Saturday.

He said the sea in a deep enough Karimun suitable for shipbuilding than other areas in the Riau Islands.

"Actually, on Bintan island opposite is also suitable, but the local government area by more devoted to tourism, "he said.

Previously, the Board Consession of Karimun Free Trade Zone, Riau Islands, plans to build infrastructure port of loading and unloading of new replacement Port of Parit Rampak near PT Saipem Indonesia covering an area of ​​19 hectares as supporting the advancement of the region.

"Ports of Parit Rampak still inadequate to support the free trade zone of industrial activity (FTZ) Karimun.

To support progress, we plan to build new ports around the PT Saipem Indonesia, "said Head of Commercial Marketing Board for Karimun Consession, Nuzul Akbar in Batam.

He said the facilities of Port of Parit Rampak is currently not possible to raise heavy equipment with tonnage  more than 2.5 ton and can no longer support the industrial in free trade zone.

Another cause is the optimal use of the port because the average goods imported by investors in Karimun free trade zone measuring 40 feet containers.(kepri.antaranews.com)
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