Jakarta - The Ministry of Transportation announced the winner of the Patimban Port project, Subang, West Java on Wednesday (30/12). Based on the results of the evaluation and negotiation agreement, the Ministry of Transportation has issued a Decree of the Director General of Sea Transportation as the Person in Charge for the Cooperation Project (PJPK) for the Patimban Port PPP Project Number KP.910 / DJPL / 2020 on 29 December 2020 concerning the Determination of the Direct Appointment Results of the Procurement of Implementing Business Entities Patimban Port PPP Project. After that, an announcement was made by the Directorate General of Sea Transportation as the Committee for the Procurement of Business Entities Implementing Government Cooperation with Business Entities (PPP) at Patimban Port that the Business Entity officially appointed to carry out the project is the Patimban Consortium.
"The process and announcement of winners have been carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Government Goods / Services Procurement Policy Agency Regulation Number 29 of 2018," said the spokesperson for the Ministry of Transportation, Adita Irawati, in Jakarta, Wednesday (30/12).
Furthermore, the Patimban Consortium consisting of PT CTCorp Infrastruktur Indonesia, PT Indika Logistic & Support Services, PT U Connectivity Services, and PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya, will assist the Implementing Business Entity and implement projects with the PPP scheme for 40 (forty) years from the date of operation stage 1.
As for implementing the Patimban Port management project, the total value of capital costs agreed upon in the cooperation is around 18.9 trillion Rupiah and the total value of operational costs is around 64.3 trillion Rupiah.
Previously, on October 20, 2020, the Ministry of Transportation had announced that prospective operators had passed the pre-qualification stage for the Patimban Port Government and Business Entity Cooperation (PPP) project, which was carried out with assistance with the Government Goods / Services Procurement Policy Institute (LKPP).
In the selection process, only one company passed the pre-qualification, namely the Patimban Consortium. In accordance with the LKPP Institution Regulation No. 29/2018, in the procurement of business entities through the Government and Business Entity Cooperation scheme, the auction process can still be continued even though only one has passed the pre-qualification. Further negotiations are carried out after the bidder's proposal meets the minimum technical requirements.