Sei sulla pagina 1di 9

INDONESIA NATIONAL LOGISTICS

SYSTEM REFORM

PRESIDENTIAL REGULATION NO.26/2012


ON BLUEPRINT OF NATIONAL LOGISTICS SYSTEM
DEVELOPMENT
INDONESIA
DEMOGRAPHY 2015
Population 255 million (4th largerst
in the world)
ECONOMY 2014
GDP USD 868,3 billion
GDP per USD 3,475.25 billion
capita

GEOGRAPHY 2014
Number of 17.000
Island
Total Area 1,904,569 km²
Land 1.811.569 km²
Water 93.000 km²
Coastal line 54,716 km (33,998 mi)
(2nd longest in the
world)
Natural Resources :
petroleum, natural gas, tin, nickel, timber, bauxite, copper,
coal, gold, silver, palm oil, rubber, Cocoa, and fishery
2
Logistics Vision 2025

“Locally Integrated, Globally Connected for National Competitiveness and Social Welfare ”

Azas Cabotage
Rural (UU.17/2008)
Africa
Inter Island Europe
Rural
Rural City

Rural
Indonesia
Rural City Inter Island International Asia
Hub Port
Rural

Rural
Rural
City
Inter Island
America
Australia &
Rural
Azas Cabotage
Oceania
(UU.17/2008)

Local and National Network Integration Global Network Connection


3
KEY DRIVERS OF NATIONAL LOGISTICS SYSTEM
Key Commodities
KEY DRIVER
Logistics Infrastructure Development

Logistics System
Competitiveness
Logistics Service Providers Enhancement

National
Human Resources Development
Information and Communication Technology Development Social Welfare

Harmonisation of Regulation and Policy

Locally Integrated, Globally Connected for National Competitiveness and Social Welfare

“Presidential Regulation
BLUE PRINT

No.26/2012 on
the Blueprint of the
Development of the
National Logistics
System, signed and
entry into force on 5
March 2012”
 Paradigm : Ship follows the trade & Ship promotes the trade
4
Goal and Phasing
Phase I (2011-2015) Phase II (2016-2020) Phase III (2021-2025)

Goal: lay a strong Goal: strengthen Goal: operate effective


foundation to establish domestic logistics and efficient national
an effective and efficient integration, and logistics system
National Logistics System synchronization,
connected to the Global
coordination and
in order to achieve the logistics network
integration with ASEAN
locally integrated vision logistics networks, and
and create a strong basis lay a strong foundation to
for being connected to be integrated with the
ASEAN logistics networks global logistic network to
achieve the Globally
Connected vision
Action: Strengthening
Action: Regulatory Action: Development
of the National
Revision, HR and expansion of
logistics infrastructure, Logistics System to be
Development and
capacity building for connected to the
Logistics Infrastructure actors and providers of Global Logistics
Improvement in order to logistics services to network
create Local and National make the national
Logistics Integration logistics system
connected to the ASEAN
logistics network
•National Logistics Costs of •National Logistics Costs of •National Logistics Costs of the
the 2015 GDP declines by the 2020 GDP declines by 4% 2025 GDP declines by 5% from
3% from that of 2011 from that of 2015 that of 2020
•Indonesian LPI Score is 3.1 •Indonesian LPI Score is 3.3 •Indonesian LPI 5
Score is 3.5
5
Presidential Regulation No.26/2012
set up Port of Kuala Tanjung and Port of Bitung as Hub For
International Gateway
PORT OF KUALA TANJUNG

PORT OF BITUNG

Legend: Konektivitas:
Pusat Distribusi Provinsi By sea / by rail By sea / by rail / by land By land / by rail / by sea
Provincial Distribution Center
Pusat Distribusi Nasional
National Distribution Center
Short Sea Shipping

Short Sea Shipping as the backbone of National Freight Transportation System


6
TOTAL LOGISTICS EXPENDITURE IN KEY INDUSTRIES
RP.1.810,6 TRILLIUN IN 2014

Slide 7 7
TRANSPORTION AND LOGISTICS MARKET SIZE
POJECTION IN 2014-2019

 Market size of Transportation and Logistics Services in Indonesia are projected increase around 15,2 % in 2014 -
2019 based Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)
 Economic Growth a key driver.

Source : Frost & Sulivan


Slide 8 8
Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Perekonomian
Republik Indonesia
www.ekon.go.id
2015