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Interview with Achmad Syaichu, Business Development Manager of PT Yusi Cargo
Business Development Manager
PT Yusi Cargo
1. Would you please make a brief introduction of your company? PT Yusi Cargo was established in 2002 and has the experience and expertise to help you with all your shipping needs. A team of experienced professionals providing you the perfect balance to offer you the most comprehensive logistics solutions carefully designed to efficiently manage your supply chain. 2. Would you please talk about your core-competitiveness? In short, PT Yusi Cargo provides a wide range of services as follows: 1. Project and Over-Sized Container Shipments OOG Size Dimension RoRo Vessel Chartered Vessel for International and Domestic Shipments (Cargo Vessel, Barge, LCT, Air-Chartering, etc.) 2. Freight Forwarding Air Freight Sea Freight Container Trucking Multi-Modal Transport 3. Customs Clearance Import-Export Clearance Dutiable Cargo and Duty Exemption Commodities Selling Import-Export Licenses for those that have no the permits Other related import-export formalities 4. Warehousing and Distribution Loading and unloading Inventory Sorting and Delivery 5. Other Services Hand-Carry Shipment Chartered Vessel Bulker 3. What do you think is the most important thing to run a logistics company? Monitoring every progress of shipment and updating to customer/all related parties. Efficient, reliable and secure handling of the cargo. Fleet or trucks at our disposal. Well versed with our Customs formalities at various lands. Perfect solution for fast and effective movement of merchandise within Indonesia. Quality service and absolute attention to serve our clients is the cornerstone of our aim. We place the customer first. Promoting our customers to select us as their first choice. 4. Would you please talk about the situation of logistic industry in your country? Indonesia’s logistics sector is made up of a combination of shipping and international freight forwarders with that of courier providers mainly engaged in land transportation and total logistics services providers that operate a multimodal transport model. There is now a marked trend by local businesses in moving towards outsourcing key aspects of their supply chain management and distribution to third party logistics providers opening up the need for specialized logistics services in the fields. A centerpiece of the new infrastructure developments is the New Priok Port which will be able to handle 11 million TEUs from the current figure of 6.8 million TEUs as well as 9 million cubic meters of oil and gas products. The first terminal of the $2.47 billion USD port is expected to be operational in 2014 with the second and third terminals due to be completed by 2023. The development of the Sorong Port in Papua is a further example of Indonesia’s new logistical infrastructure development which is designed to cater to the East of Indonesia. These new ports will support the Nusantara Pendulum, a shipping route due to be introduced in 2014 that runs continuously from the East to the West of the country through six major ports and is then supported by localized shipping loops to reach the surrounding area. This plan is designed to lower logistical costs by using larger vessels for shipments, creating a balance between the East and the West of the country as well as preventing the return of empty vessels after a shipment. Indonesia’s logistics sector is vital to the country’s future by ensuring more balanced economic development across the archipelago. In spite of these challenges, the logistics sector has shown resilience and adaptability; yet, as the local companies strive to move up the product value chain they will require more sophisticated logistics services and technology to serve the local as well as international market. 5. Would you please talk about your strategy to explore foreign market? To become trusted freight forwarding company, giving our worldwide counterparts the power to make decision with confidence. Deliver a consistent experience to our counterparts that are superior to what they expect. Have a harmonious, enthusiastic environment at all levels, responsive to our agents’ needs and react with a sense of urgency and follow through. Believe and support to each other. To make a win-win cooperation and build our motto: “Growing Together” 6. What is the reason that makes you become a GCP member to develop your business? To develop and expand our worldwide network with secure business on behalf on the association. To be a part of the progress of the world with JCTrans. 7. How do you maintain a long-term cooperation relationship with your clients? We are listening and learn to customer habit and needs because every clients have their specific character and policy so with this way our clients mostly satisfied. We are providing best and very competitive rates and service for all over Indonesia an ease and peace of mind for our esteemed customers. Also update change of rate.
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