CKB Group Mobilization of 18 Units Cat® 777E to the African Continent
Supported by long experience and good human resources, deliveries were successfully carried out safely and on time
Jakarta, 13 October 2020. PT Cipta Krida Bahari (CKB Group), a subsidiary of PT ABM Investama Tbk (ABM), has completed work on a logistics project from PT Trakindo Utama to mobilize 18 units of Cat 777E from Indonesia to Africa. The large trucks were sent from the CKB Group Warehouse, Jakarta Mega Hub, located in Cakung, Jakarta to Durban, South Africa with 15 units and to Tema, Ghana, in total 3 units.
"We are grateful that this export process, starting from preparation to delivery, went safely and smoothly until it got to its destination on time. This is part of the CKB Group solution to meet customer expectations, "said Iman Sjafei, President Director of PT Cipta Krida Bahari (CKB Group).
The Cat 777E truck is a heavy vehicle, the Off High Way Truck model, which is used to transport loose material and mineral or coal materials. The truck, which was sent from Jakarta in early October, is commonly used in the construction and mining world. The Cat 777E weighs 65 tonnes, with a total load weight of 100-105 tonnes.
Iman Sjafei explained that a careful survey process, analysis of the operation plan, route of travel, timeliness of operation and type of transportation are key factors for successful delivery. The CKB Group has over two decades of extensive experience in handling a variety of logistics projects so that the Cat 777E was delivered on time, safely and smoothly.
Until now, the CKB Group manages warehousing facilities that are strategically located in various regions in Indonesia. Supported by a sophisticated warehouse management system, CKB Group maximizes supply chain efficiency improvements. CKB Group's warehousing facilities that function as storage, cross-docking, transshipment and sorting warehouses, including in Cakung-East Jakarta (Jakarta Mega Hub Warehouse), North Jakarta, Tangerang-Banten, Karawang-West Java, East Java, East Kalimantan and South Kalimantan .
In addition, since 2016, the CKB Group has been included in 11 logistics companies that have obtained licenses to manage the Bonded Logistics Center (PLB) granted by the Government to increase the competitiveness of the national logistics industry. The operation of PLB is not only supported by the latest technology in warehousing inventory, but CKB Group is also certified as Authorized Economic Operator (AEO), which is a certification that states the company has met safety standards, management systems and compliance and compliance in the international logistics market. CKB Group PLB facilities are located in Jakarta (Cakung and Marunda), Cilegon, Karawang, Surabaya (Osowilangon and Margomulyo) and Balikpapan (Somber).
Furthermore, Iman Sjafei said that the scope of the types of logistics services offered by the CKB Group is very broad, ranging from domestic and international cargo shipping services by air, sea, land or train and multimodal, customs service management to port management. Not only that, the company also delivers industrial cargo and dry bulk cargo, especially coal.
"Through extensive warehousing facilities and investment in technology and human resources, we are optimistic that we can anticipate the growth of the national logistics industry. According to the Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market, the Indonesian logistics market is projected to reach US $ 240 billion by 2021," concluded Iman Sjafei.