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Indonesia saw a dramatic increase in coal production from a mere 2 million tons in 1985 to over 155 million tons in 2005. Indonesia has now emerged as a significant thermal coal producer. The Indonesian coal industry has registered an average annual growth of 10% since 2000. Production is predicted jump even higher considering the goverment of Indonesia’s ambitious plan to see additional 10,000 MW of coal fired power plant across the archipelago by 2010. The additional power plants are expected to boost domectic coal consumption by a whopping 40 MT per annum. Many industry players believe that Indonesia is on track to produce 200 million tons in 2010.

For the open sea transshipment business, PT Jaya Samudra Karunia on early 2007 began operating its first Self-propelled Floating Crane named “Sea Lift No.1” with guaranteed loading rate 12,000 tons / day (installed capacity 20,000 tons/day). Up to June 2007, the Sea Lift No.1 were loading coal to our customers’ vessel at least 620,000 tons.
On December 2007, the second floating crane named “Sea Lift No.2” with guaranteed loading rate 25,000 tons / day (installed capacity 40,000 tons /day) will start operating at Kalimantan area.

Our Fleets in Transshipment
No.
Vessel Name
Built Year
Type Of Vessel
Capacity
(DWT)

Flag

Class
1
FC Sea Lift No. 1
1982,
reconstruction in
2006
Floating Crane
Loading rate
Guaranteed 12,000 MT/day

Installed
20,000 MT/day
Indonesia
Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia
2
FC FLF Hana
2007
Floating Crane
Loading rate
Guaranteed 25,000 MT/day

Installed
40,000 MT/day
Indonesia
Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia


 
 
         
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