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Indonesia opens tender to develop Patimban Port

JAKARTA ( Transportation Ministry has opened tender for the construction of the planned US$1 billion Patimban Port in Subang, West Java, that will function as an alternative port to the current congested Tanjung Priok Port.

Three work packages are being offered including terminal, breakwater and seawall, and connecting breach.

The tender was launched after the Indonesian government secured loan from Japan Cooperation Agency (JICA) under the Special Terms for Economic Partnership (STEP). The loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for Package I Contract, namely Terminal Construction.

In a published announcement, the Transportation Ministry sets the scope of work details of the project:

1. Terminal berth :
– Container Terminal by SPP and Strut Combination: L=421 meters
– Car Terminal by SPP and Strut Combination : L= 308 meters
2. Dredging works of basin and part of channel (10.0m) including utilization of dredged materials for CPM and disposal of surplus material to offshore dumping site: 3,717,592 m3
3. Reclamation Works:
a. Terminal Area and Other Port Related Volume
4. Soil Improvement Works at Terminal and Other Related Port Area
a. Cement Deep Mixing (CDM) and Cement Pipe Mixing (CPM)
5. Port Related Facilities
a. Building Works : 1 LS
b. Utility Works (Water and Power Supply, etc) : 1 LS

Bidding will be conducted through procedures in accordance with the applicable guidelines for procurement under Japanese ODA Loans, and is open to all Bidders from eligible sources countries. Eligible source countries can be confirmed by ‘Operational Rules of Special Terms for Economic Partnership (STEP) of Japanese ODA Loans’ shown in the following link:

It said bidding documents are available from Nov. 1, 2017 until Jan. 12, 2018, on working days at the office of : Working Group of Procurement Unit for Patimban Port Development Project, Ruang Rapat B, Biro Keuangan dan Perlengkapan, Kementerian Perhubungan/ Gedugn Cipta Lantai 4, Jl Medan Merdeka Barat NO. 8, Jakarta Pusat, phone: 6221 350 5550 ext: 4175), email

The Head of the Working Group of Procurement Unit for Patimban Port Development Project, Tony D. said the bids must be delivered to the address above on or before 16.00 (UTC+07:00) on Jan 15, 2018 and must be accompanied by a security of 1.08 billion Japanese Yen (JPY). (*)

Written by Roffie Kurniawan (


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