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Available Data in Tanjung-Priok -1

Ship arrival data (Based on

information from ship operators)

Vessel Name

Type of Shipping Route ---

International/Domestic, Liner/Tramper etc.

Vessel Size --- LOA, Draft, GRT, DWT

Shipping Agent Name

Stevedoring Co. Name

Date/Time of Receiving PPKB --- Request

date/time from shipping agency

Date/Time of Deciding PPKB (PPKB-D)

Planned Arrival Date/Time

Planned Berthing Date/Time

Berthing Location --- Berth No. etc.

Planned Loading Volume by Handling Type ---

Volume is described by ton/box/m 3 . Handling

types are “yard”, “shed”, “direct”, “pipe”

Planned Unloading Volume by Handling Type ---

Ditto

Last Port and Next Port

Planned Departure Date/Time

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Available Data in Tanjung-Priok -2

Example of ship arrival data

Example of cargo handling data

Cargo handling data (Based on

information from stevedoring/terminal

operators)

Vessel Name

Berthing Location --- Berth No. etc.

Shipping Type --- International/Domestic,

Liner/Tramper etc

Vessel Size --- LOA, Draft, GRT, DWT

Shipping Agent Name

Stevedoring Co. Name

Arrival Date/Time

Berthing Date/Time

Departure Date/Time

Performance --- Waiting Time, Effective Time,

Interval Time, Non Operation Time, Berthing

Time, Turn Round Time

Loading/Unloading Volume --- Volume is

described by ton

TGH --- Ton per Gang per Hours

Kind of Cargo --- Commodity

NO.

No

PPKB

N A M A K A P A L

vessel Name

B E N D E R A

agent receiving

UKURAN KAPAL PELAY P P K B

PBM

vessel Size date/time

PJ DRF GRT AGEN DIAJUKAN DITETAPKAN

planned berth

RENCANA

date/time No. NO

TIBA SANDAR KADE

RENCANA KEGIATAN

unloaded loaded

B O N G K A R M U A T

SOP

PER

DAY

PELABUHAN

last next

RENCANA

KELUAR K E T E R A N G A N

S

T

A

T

UKK Tgl/Jam-Mnt Tgl/Jam-Mnt Tgl/Jam-Mnt Tgl/Jam-Mnt G D L P TL PIPA G D L P TL PIPA ASAL port TUJUAN port Tgl/Jam-Mnt U

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

1 997699

S A M U D E R A :

T R A M P E R

RACHMANUEL- I / INA 214 76 4,0 1491 KLMT PNP 01/03-11,02 01/03-14,11 02/03-05,00 02/03-09,00 007 755 GC 1600 GC 651 BATAM DUMAI 06/03-07,00 MUATAN LUAR NEGERI M

3 997676 KEN TEN / PNM 001 154 6,0 14783 APOL UCHP 01/03-10,21 01/03-17,30 02/03-06,00 02/03-10,00 210 4005 GLASSES 1260 SINGAPORE SANDAKAN 05/03-16,00 EX. TO LICH, BAN ANN, UMBUL MAS GSR K

3

4

997529

996778

OCEAN SERENA / PHIL

ADVANCE PESCADORES / PNM

001

006

158

118

7,4

8,0

13865

8588

KL.

LBP

KAL

DUT

28/02-11,42

23/02-12,21

01/03-14,47

01/03-18,31

02/03-00,00

27/02-06,00

02/03-02,00

02/03-23,00

208

212

2893 GC

6270 SODA ASH

-

2520

SINGAPORE

TG.PERAK

TG.PERAK

P.GUDANG

03/03-08,00

05/03-23,00 EX. UMBUL MAS 1600 GC

K

K

5 997720 SUNRISE COSMOS / PNM 012 99 5,7 3749 PTK - 01/03-14,13 01/03-14,31 02/03-12,00 02/03-13,00 PMB.1 2200 ADDITIVE - SINGAPORE MERAK 04/03-06,00 K

L I N E R :

-

4005 GLASSES

1 997677 PAC BALI / LIB 170 89 2,8 2518 NNB DUT 01/03-10,24 01/03-15,11 02/03-07,00 02/03-08,00 009 68 BOX 234 BOX 357 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE 03/03-08,00 K

2 99749 BARBAROSSA / ANTIGUA 129 163 7,5 16868 KL - 27/02-14,42 01/03-16,19 01/03-10,30 01/03-24,00 UTPK3 400 BOX 350 BOX - MERAK SINGAPORE 02/03-21,00 EX. FAS SEMARANG, SANDAR KIRI K

3 997544 BAY BRIDGE / LIB 003 227 8,4 34467 MSJL - 28/02-13,14 01/03-16,18 02/03-19,00 02/03-22,30 UTPK1 100 BOX 5 BOX - SINGAPORE FREEMANTLE 03/03-04,00 EX. H. ARENADL, KADE UTARA, SANDAR KIRI K

4 997722 KARUNIA JAYA - I / INA 406 69 4,5 1694 PNP - 01/03-14,16 01/03-15,09 01/03-09,00 01/03-23,00 UTPK1 30 BOX - PONTIANAK PONTIANAK 02/03-01,00 EX. BERMUDIAN EXPRESS K

5 997688 KOTA BENAR / PNM 006 144 6,3 9471 JL - 01/03-10,47 01/03-14,11 02/03-07,00 02/03-08,00 UTPK1 219 BOX 235 BOX - SINGAPORE HONGKONG 02/03-22,00 EX. KARUNIA JAYA K

N A M A STA KADE JENIS AGENT PBM TANGGAL / JAM PERFORMASI

BONGKAR MUAT JML B/M SOP/ TGH JENIS

NO K A P A L TUS berth PELY. GRT LOA PELYR. WT ET IT NOT BT TRT ET/BT (TON) (TON) (TON) DAY BARANG

TIBA SANDAR TOLAK

vessel Name PEL

performance

un-

No.

berthing

loaded 1 2 5 4 3 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

loaded

ton/

gang/hr

1 VIENTIANE T 112 KLNA 2370 85 TNL MLM 04/03,0015 04/03,0730 06/03,1340 7 30 15 10 55 62 55 -

2 MARCLIPPER. MV L 214 KLNA 5850 122 JTTS SFS 27-03/21,30 28-03/00,05 28-03/20,05 3 18 1 1 20 23 90 2,088

3 MARCLIPPER. MV L 214 KLNA 5850 122 JTTS SFS 13-03/08,00 13-03/10,30 13-03/24,00 3 11 1 1 13 16 85 2,313

4 ASIAN FRIENDSHIP. MV T 213 KLNA 4209 105 TE OJA 28-02/12,10 01-03/19,20 03-03/17,15 31 40 3 3 46 77 87 2,463

5 BOYNE RIVER. MV L 203 KLNA 3572 97 NS ANTA 24-03/03,00 24-03/05,15 24-03/15,50 2 9 1 1 11 13 82 250

6

7

CONTI JORK. MV L

MARCLIPPER. 04/03,0015 MV L

214 KLNA 16236

214 04/03,0730 KLNA 5850

165 BBN SFS 20-03/05,00

12206/03,1340 JTTS SFS 06-03/09,15

20-03/06,15

06-03/13,30

21-03/01,45

07-03/16,05

1

5

18

22

1

2

1

2

20

26

21

31

90

85

3,650

4,313

8

9

LM. 232. TK L

27-03/21,30 YONGTAT-319. TK T

208 KLNA 1434

28-03/00,05 208 KLNA 1483

70 TBNP ASA 09-03/01,00

28-03/20,05

71 PFS ASA 12-03/06,00

09-03/18,45

12-03/22,40

10-03/04,15

13-03/07,10

18

15

7

6

1

1

1

1

9

8

27

23

78

75

421

356

10 COMFORT MARINE-2302 T

13-03/08,00 11 YONGTAT 319 TK T

208 KLNA 1425

13-03/10,30 208 KLNA 1483

60 TBNP ASA 13-03/19,00

13-03/24,00

71 ARS ASA 25 03/09 15

13-03/20,25

26 03/16 50

14-03/10,50

27 03/00 25

1

32

10

6

2

0

3

1

15

7

16

39

67

86

357

339

28-02/12,10 01-03/19,20 03-03/17,15

arrival

arrival berthing

departure

planned handling volume

yard direct

shed pipe

planned departure

date/time

6270 SODA ASH

2200 ADDITIVE

3,000

4,125

3,125

1,825

875

2,625

3,738

-

-

-

5

3,000 1145 50 -

6,213 6524 345 167BOX - 330BOX

5,438 8784 494 185BOX - 250BOX

4,288 1958 107 197BOX - 146BOX

1,125 2148 125 20 BOX - 70 BOX

6,275 6589 349 292BOX - 210BOX

8,051 6503 366 345BOX - 299BOX

421 982 60 ALBER

356 935 59 ALBER

357 500 36 ALBER

339 1017 57 ALBER

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ong>Issuesong> of Data in Port Development Projects/Studies

Problems of Data

They develop electric data by excel, however, those are unable to analyze as

they are.

Lack of uniformity in names of commodities, berth names etc

– The same names/categories will be identified as the different names/categories

depending on whom is inputting it, which is unsuitable for analysis. Uniform coding

table must be prepared and shared/used by all related entities.

Mixed input by text data

– For example, date/time data and cargo volume is input as “01/03-11,02”, “167BOX-

330-BOX” or “755GC”. Data should be input by value data from the initial input

stage, that will prevent input data from being mistaken.

Lack of relation among data prepared different section/division

– All operational data prepared in different section should be integrated for

complementing each other as well as for easy processing. Port facility data provided

by technical division can be also integrated into the same system.

Need proper understanding on the purpose and effective use

of data in the field base.

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To develop uniform coding table

To establish user-friendly input system

– A simplified data format with the minimum data input is desirable. This

makes input work easy for all end users and will make the system

sustainable.

To integrate all kind of data in different section/division

– It is necessary to establish a consistent database in cooperation with the

related division and to establish a sole responsible body for data processing,

analysis, compiling statistics. All kinds of data related to the port should be

integrated in that body in cooperation with other related division.

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To establish compulsory data collecting system

– A data collection should be compulsory for the terminal operators and

stevedoring companies. Accordingly, compulsory data collection should be

included in their contracts/concessions.

To enhance capability of data processing and expertise of

statistics

– In order to achieve a sustainable system, capabilities of data processing as

well as expertise of port statistics should be enhanced providing suitable

training to the related staff.

To develop container movement data

– Information of container movement in original manifest such as OD, route

and commodity should be organized as available data. Field surveys are also

helpful for that sort of information.

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ong>Issuesong> on Worldwide Port/Maritime Transport Data

Worldwide data are indispensable to examine the

status and strategy of the target port in the context of

worldwide trend.

Available data

– Container throughput data at ports

Statistics of each port, Containerization International data

– Container movement data (OD, routes)

PIERS data, Container movement survey in Japan, etc

– Container shipping service data

Shipping data provided by MDS Transmodal, etc

– Fleet statistics data

Lloyds shipping data, etc

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Port Container Throughput Data

Limits of Containerization International data

– Lack of consistency due to dependence on voluntary-based reports from

port/terminal operators (e.g. Only total throughput information is available

in most cases. There are some figures exclude domestic container, missing

data in a certain year, etc.)

Desirable data by the following classifications

– International/domestic + In/out

– Laden/empty

– Local/transshipment

Issue

Appeal for international

consistency in data

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Container Movement Data (OD, Route)

Container Throughput ('000 TEU)

30,000

25,000

20,000

15,000

10,000

5,000

0

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Singapore

Hong Kong

Shanghai

Shenzhen

Busan

Kaohsiung

Rotterdam

Dubai

Hamburg

Los Angeles

Qingdao

Long Beach

Ningbo

Antwerp

Guangzhou

Port Klang

Tianjin

New York/New Jersey

Tanjung Pelepas

Bremen/Bremerhaven

Laem Chabang

Xiamen

Tokyo

Some specific OD data is available such as in PIERS data,

while worldwide data should be prepared only by

estimation from trade OD and/or port throughput data,

etc.

Issue

To improve accuracy of estimation

To ensure consistency of data among countries/regions

To conduct proper field surveys

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Container Shipping Service Data

Shipping data provided by MDS Transmodal

– Ship-based data

– Analysis on a shipping service basis shows the trends of services, which are

helpful to understand strategies of carriers.

– Analysis on a port basis shows the status of the port in worldwide trends.

Issue

To provide easily-analyzable data

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Main items

operator of the vessel

service on which vessel is deployed

frequency of the service

route of the service

port rotation of the service

number of vessels in the service

owned/operated or chartered indicator

vessel type

nominal TEU capacity of the vessel

deadweight

reefer slot capacity

service speed

yard of build etc.

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Example of Data Analysis of Shipping Service -1

Fleet Capacity of Container Services by Operator, by Route

As of August, 2003 TEU

OPERATOR Asia/NA Asia/Eur Intra Asia Others Total

MAERSK SEALAND 136,589 236,981 11,128 355,086 739,784

MSC 49,869 106,993 313,339 470,201

PONL 51,363 112,322 1,200 199,482 364,367

EVERGREEN 107,906 87,210 42,439 66,804 304,359

HANJIN 92,176 167,807 10,244 14,604 284,831

APL 151,536 47,518 5,240 46,000 250,294

COSCO 80,594 62,916 42,708 41,209 227,427

NYK 81,774 86,989 40,824 209,587

CMA-CGM 37,150 89,368 77,480 203,998

K-LINE 48,093 100,599 14,398 36,863 199,953

MOL 66,753 48,400 15,504 58,303 188,960

OOCL 73,674 54,360 14,281 32,901 175,216

CSCL 59,350 67,067 7,233 12,459 146,109

HAPAG-LLOYD 64,974 48,754 2,336 27,970 144,034

YANGMING 57,267 38,380 23,118 20,883 139,648

HYUNDAI 63,007 44,557 13,313 12,405 133,282

ZIM 69,175 29,908 31,466 130,549

LT 33,717 51,106 3,620 4,138 92,581

WAN HAI 13,063 52,177 11,638 76,878

UASC 38,000 820 26,924 65,744

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