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Pelni will serve 30 pioneer ship routes in 18 regions by 2024

Jakarta (MidLand) – PT Pelayaran Nasional Indonesia (Persero) or Pelni in 2024 will be assigned by the Ministry of Transportation (Kemenhub) to serve 30 pioneer ship routes in 18 regions of Indonesia.

Meanwhile, the pilot ship’s assignment route will undergo changes starting in 2023.

The head of Pelni’s corporate secretariat, Evan Eryanto, in a statement released on Tuesday in Jakarta, said that if in 2023 Pelni will carry out the awarding of 42 routes of pioneer ships, in 2024 the company will carry out only 30 routes with 30 units of ships pioneer.

It said these adjustments will take effect starting January 1, 2024.

“We hope to continue to maintain the government’s trust in the professional management of pilot ships with excellent service. For this adjustment, we would like to thank the people who have experienced our service since 2015 while carrying out pilot ship assignments,” said Evan .

During the pilot ship’s assignment, he said, Pelni made a number of improvements to the service. Currently, pilot ship tickets are served using an application so that registering the passenger manifest is simple real time and digital.

Apart from this, passengers of Pioneer ships can also experience classy room service with more comfortable facilities during the cruise.

“As a shipping company serving passenger transportation, we continue to innovate so that passengers’ sailing experience becomes better and more memorable,” Evan said.

Meanwhile, the list of pioneer ships returned to the Ministry of Transport are KM Sabuk Nusantara 66 (Bengkulu), KM Sabuk Nusantara 80 (Tanjung Pinang), KM Sabuk Nusantara 99 (Surabaya), KM Sabuk Nusantara 67 (Kupang), KM Sabuk Nusantara 70 (Bitung), KM Sabuk Nusantara 109 (Tahuna).

So, KM Sabuk Nusantara 84 (Makassar), KM Sabuk Nusantara 103 (Ambon), KM Sabuk Nusantara 87 (Ambon), KM Sabuk Nusantara 72 (Saumlaki), KM Sabuk Nusantara 28 (Saumlaki) and KM Sabuk Nusantara 47 (Merauke).

Read also: Ministry of Transportation will serve 107 pioneer ship routes in 2024

Meanwhile, Pelni also returned six pioneer ships that had been in the reserve fleet, namely KM Papua Enam (Sorong), KM Kasuari Pasifik I (Sorong), KM Papua Dua (Makassar), KM Kasuari Pasifik II (Sorong), KM Sabuk Nusantara 115 (Surabaya) and KM Sabuk Nusantara 46 (Bengkulu).

“Currently the return process is still ongoing, but from an operational point of view it is no longer managed by Pelni. On behalf of the management, we apologize to the public if problems and shortcomings occurred during the operation of the 16 pioneer ships, “Eva said.

Meanwhile, a list of 30 pioneer ships still under Pelni management, namely KM Sabuk Nusantara 68 (Teluk Bayur), KM Sabuk Nusantara 48 (Tanjung Pinang), KM Sabuk Nusantara 93 (Kotabaru), KM Sabuk Nusantara 92 (Surabaya ), KM Sabuk Nusantara 91 (Surabaya), KM Sabuk Nusantara 90 (Kupang), KM Sabuk Nusantara 108 (Kupang), KM Sabuk Nusantara 69 (Bitung).

Also, KM Sabuk Nusantara 95 (Tahuna), KM Sabuk Nusantara 97 (Kwandang), KM Sabuk Nusantara 78 (Kendari), KM Sabuk Nusantara 85 (Makassar), KM Sabuk Nusantara 52 (Makassar), KM Sabuk Nusantara 86 (Ternate), KM Sabuk Nusantara 105 (Ternate), KM Sabuk Nusantara 106 (Ambon), KM Sabuk Nusantara 107 (Ambon), KM Sabuk Nusantara 71 (Ambon), KM Sabuk Nusantara 104 (Saumlaki).

Subsequently, KM Sabuk Nusantara 81 (Jayapura), KM Sabuk Nusantara 58 (Jayapura), KM Sabuk Nusantara 100 (Jayapura), KM Sabuk Nusantara 94 (Biak), KM Sabuk Nusantara 63 (Biak), KM Sabuk Nusantara 53 (Merauke), KM Sabuk Nusantara 98 (Manokwari), KM Sabuk Nusantara 112 (Manokwari), KM Sabuk Nusantara 96 ​​(Manokwari), KM Sabuk Nusantara 75 (Sorong) and KM Sabuk Nusantara 42 (Sorong).

Reporter: Benardy Ferdiansyah
Publisher: Evi Ratnawati
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