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PT PAL Indonesia

PT PAL Indonesia is recognized/renowned for its main expertise in merchant and naval vessels production, general engineering, nautical repair and maintenance and has proofed to carry on its reputation as one of the world's finest shipbuilding and engineering enterprise. To keep pace with the ever-increasing and various customer demands, PT PAL Indonesia provide an up-to-date technology and manufacturing practices aligned with the highly skilled human resources. It's success has been a result of strategic planning and pursuit of excellence. A solid management, advanced technology and experienced engineers, have been the core business support in order to meet clients' approval for international quality requirements.

Historically the idea to build the shipbuilding industry in PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) was established by Governor Jendaral VD Capellen in 1822 with the aim of supporting the Royal Dutch fleet in the region. In that year also set up a commission to conduct an inquiry into the place and the means for the purposes of the establishment of the shipping industry and eventually set Ujung Surabaya as an area eligible for a place set up a shipbuilding industry.

In 1849 vehicle repair and maintenance of the ship began to materialize in the end, which was developed with the addition of various new facilities in accordance with the technological advances of the time. The facilities to be owned by the Dutch government inaugurated with the name Marine Establishment (ME) in 1939.

At the time of Japan's ruling in Indonesia, the role of Marine Establishment (ME) does not change that as a means of repair and maintenance of ships under the supervision of the Japanese Navy 21-24 KAIGUNSE Butai. At the time of the war of independence Marine Establishment re-mastered by the Dutch army, and it was not until December 27, 1949 submitted to the Government of Indonesia and Upgrading named Navy (PAL). Remain PAL task and role, namely to support repairs and maintenance as well as a naval base RI. PAL continues to act and evolve according to the rhythm of technological development and change management in tune with the political changes in the government at that time.

Effective as of April 1960, established the "Regulations on the organization PAL" by decree of the Minister of National Security No.MP/A/00380/60. By Presidential Decree No.370/1961 dated July 1, 1961, PAL was merged into the Department of the Navy and then be used for the benefit of the Navy.

Everything related to the melting PAL and surrender further stipulated by the Minister of National Security at that time. The realization by SK Kooridator Minister of Defence & Security Compartment / No.M/242/64 Armed Forces Chief of Staff, dated January 1, 1964 which, inter alia: That the Control of PAL and all his wealth transferred from the Minister of National cq. Minister of Defence / Navy KSAB to the Minister / Commander of the Navy. As well as that of the date of January 1, 1964 no longer PAL status of state enterprises.

Along with the development of the company later converted into a form with the name of Command Upgrading Command Navy (KONATAL) in 1970, and reinforced by the decree of the Minister of Defense No.SKEP/A/39/VII/1971 basic organizational principles and procedures Navy. After that the Government Regulation No.14 of 1978, the corporation made KONATAL shaped Public Company under the name "Perum Dock and Shipyard".

Indonesian Government then issued Government Regulation No. 4 of 1980 which changed the status of PAL from Perum to Persero up named PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero), according to the deed number 12 made by a notary Moentoro Hadi, SH. Minister of Research and Technology at the time, Prof.. Dr.. Baharuddin Jusuf Habibie, was appointed president of PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero). PAL INDONESIA inauguration as the new limited company itself made exactly five years later on April 15, 1985, by President Soeharto.

Thus it can be said that, PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) is formed on the basis of Government Regulation. 4 In 1980, and No. Notary. 12 dated 15 April 1980. With the concept of capability development process using the principle of synergy to create a positive force among divisions and reinforce each other to this day.

And PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) is a form of diversion from Perum Dock and Shipyard and transfer forms from the Navy regulations. Until 1982, the main business is still a PAL INDONESIA repair and maintenance of warships and merchant. Only after that, the company develops its business in producing warships and commercial vessels for domestic and foreign needs.

In 1983, under license from Frederick Luerssen-Werft Germany, the Company initiated a fast patrol boat building program to meet the needs of Customs, Police and TNI-AL, starting from FPB (Fast Patrol Boat) FPB 28 Meters to 57 Meters. These capabilities continue to evolve to be able to build Yacth 60 Meters. In the same year, was built vessel of 3,500 DWT Tanker 3,000 DWT and Caraka Jaya as a means of technology transfer from Japan. The result, in 1990, has successfully built Tanker 6,500 DWT and 3,650 DWT by Caraka Jaya internal PAL beings. Furthermore, the Company successfully completed the design Tanker 17,500 DWT and 30,000 DWT. In the implementation of the program Caraka Jaya, PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) is continuously evaluating and able to make improvements to the product design, and result in an increase in vessel capacity of 3,000 DWT to 3,200 DWT 3,650 DWT and 4,200 DWT last.

Up to now 15 vessels Caraka Jaya being manufactured by PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero), the next ship product design Caraka Jaya were developed into design Palwo lane which is a type of class container ships with 10,000 DWT, 20,000 DWT and 30,000 DWT. Along with the efforts to develop the company, then since 1986 PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) also develop competence in the field of general engineering, namely the attempt to enter the field of energy industries such as power generation equipment manufacturing and equipment oil and gas industry. For products of non-vessel, PAL INDONESIA quality products also have international standard so for the Company's field also has earned the trust of foreign parties as from General Electric, USA.

In accordance with the ability of both companies in the technology / design as well as investment and manufacturing, the profile of PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) is directed at the merchant vessel products, products of war (defense industry), oil & gas industry, power plant and ship maintenance and repair capabilities , and as for the Business Profile.

In 1994, the company's business to break through the international market began to show results in obtaining construction contracts Dry Cargo Vessel 18500 DWT of Stephenson Clarke Ltd, UK 2 units. Since then, the chances of PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) to enter the export market more open. In 1995 the construction contract was successfully obtained 4 units Open Hatch Bulk Carrier (OHBC) 42,000 DWT of Fairmon Shipping, Hong Kong. In addition, it also managed to obtain construction contracts crude / product oil tanker of 17,500 LDWT PT Pertamina.

In 1997, the company's business affected by the economic conditions in the country at the time of monetary crisis. Further impact is cash flow difficulties experienced by the company while at the same time, companies also require substantial working capital to complete projects that have signed the contract, so that in 2001 the company's bank loans amounting to Rp.641 billion transferred to IBRA, in 2002, the company successfully completed the obligation to IBRA amounting to Rp.334, 89 billion with cash settlement patterns that sumberdananya derived from business accounts (DoD).

In accordance with the ability of both companies in the technology / design as well as investment and manufacturing, the profile of PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) is directed at the merchant vessel products, products of war (defense industry), oil & gas industry, power plant and ship maintenance and repair capabilities. Up to this time, PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) produces several types / models or different variants, including Alutista Ships, Cargo Ships (Bulk / Container), Tankers, Passenger Ships, Fast Ship, Tug Boat, Fish and Ships Research ship. The ship is already in production of 52 Type 167 boats and ships, among others:

  • 1. Fast Patrol Boat 57 meters, a total of 12 units
  • 2. Fast Patrol Boat 28 Meters, a 28 unit
  • 3. Fast Patrol Boat 38 Meters, number 3 Units
  • 4. Fast Patrol Boats 15 Meter, a 1 unit
  • 5. Fast Patrol Boats 14 Meter, number 7 Units
  • 6. Landing Platform Dock 125 Meter, 2 Units
  • 7. Landing Craft Vhicle personnel (LCVP), Unit 8
  • 8. Landing Craft Unit (LCU), 4 units
  • 9. STAR-50 Bulk Carrier 50,000 DWT (Double Skin Bulk Carrier), number 7 Units
  • 10. Bulk Carrier 42,000 up to 45,000 DWT (Open Huck Bulk Carrier), number 4 Units
  • 11. 18,000 DWT Bulk Carrier (Dry Cargo Vessel), a number of 2 Units
  • 12. 15,000 DWT Bulk Carrier (Dry Cargo Vessel), number 1 Unit
  • 13. Container ships of 1,600 TEU'S Palwo lane, number 2 Units
  • 14. Container Ship 400 TEU'S Palwo lane, number 3 Units
  • 15. Container Ship 3,650 DWT (Caraka Jaya III), a 1 unit
  • 16. Semi Container Ship 3,650 DWT (Caraka Jaya III), a total of 11 units
  • 17. Semi Container Ship 4,180 DWT (Caraka Jaya III), a number of 2 Units
  • 18. General Cargo 3,500 DWT (Caraka Jaya III), a number of 2 Units
  • 19. Ships Passenger / PAX 500, number 3 Units
  • 20. Ships Passenger / PAX 200, number 1 Unit
  • 21. Fast Passenger Ship / PAX 140, number 1 Unit
  • 22. Fast Ro-Ro Passenger Ferry, a number of 2 Units
  • 23. Recreation Ponton 48 Meter, number 1 Unit
  • 24. Chemical Tanker 24,000 LTDW, number 1 Unit
  • 25. Tanker 30,000 LTDW, number 1 Unit
  • 26. Tanker 17,500 LTDW, number 1 Unit
  • 27. Tanker 6,500 LTDW, number 1 Unit
  • 28. Tanker LTDW 3500, a number of 2 Units
  • 29. Fuel barge 300 Ton, number 1 Unit
  • 30. 1,000 Tons of Fuel barge, number 1 Unit
  • 31. Flat Top Barge 300 FT, number 5 Units
  • 32. Floating Dock 5000 TLC - Pare-Pare, a number of 1 Unit
  • 33. Floating Barge West Seno Processing Unit (FPU), a number of 1 Unit
  • 34. Floating PIER, number 1 Unit
  • 35. JET Foil, number 4 Units
  • 36. Freshwater barge 300 T, number 1 Unit
  • 37. AHTS 5,400 HP, a number of 2 Units
  • 38. Escort Tug 4,400 HP 4 units
  • 39. Tug Boat 3200 HP, a number of 2 Units
  • 40. 2,400 HP Tug Boat, number 9 Unit
  • 41. 1,800 HP Tug Boat, number 1 Unit
  • 42. Tug Boat 900 HP, a number of 1 Unit
  • 43. Tug Boat 200 HP, a number of 2 Units 44
  • . Tug Boat 350 HP, a number of 3 Units
  • 45. Utility Vessel, number 1 Unit
  • 46. Marine Ship Disaster Preventive, number 1 Unit
  • 47. Survey Ship Marine Geology & Geophysics, number 1 Unit
  • 48. Lon LIPI research vessel, number 1 Unit
  • 49. Tuna Long Liner 60 GT, number 7 Units
  • 50. Shrimp trawl GT 150, number 1 Unit
  • 51. Fishing Vessel, a 10 unit
  • 52. Motor Yacht 28, number 1 Unit
  • 53. Motor Sailing Ship 900 DWT - Maruta Jaya, number 1 Unit
  • 54. Islander 55, number 1 Unit



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