Update on Container Tracking in Tanjung Priok

The MACN Secretariat is pleased to provide an update on Collective Action activities in the port of Tanjung Priok, Indonesia.

During phase I of the Collective Action, stakeholders reported 1) a lack of awareness of container tracking systems in general and 2) a lack of transparency in terms of how containers are prioritized and when they need to be relocated. To address these issues, MACN and Kemitraan collaborated with Pelindo II and its subsidiary, Jakarta International Container Terminal (JICT), both to consolidate information on existing resources to support container tracking, and also to upgrade JICT’s online system.

For an update on progress and advice for team members, please download this short brief.