The presence of the Bali Logistics Park is expected to facilitate the flow of goods ..."
Kuta (ANTARA News) - State-owned airport operator PT Angkasa Pura-I now has a logistics warehouse of international standard in the Indonesian island resort of Bali, according to the companys President Director, Sulistyo Wimbo Hardjito.

Speaking to reporters here on Friday, Hardjito remarked that the international standard warehouse, named the Bali Logistics Park, is projected to boost the distribution of logistics in the eastern Indonesian region.

"The presence of the Bali Logistics Park is expected to facilitate the flow of goods and encourage the growth of the logistics services sector and tourism in Bali," he noted.

According to Hardjito, the logistics warehouse building is located in proximity to the eastern side of the Ngurah Rai International Airports runway.

In the meantime, Director of Angkasa Pura Property Miduk Situmorang explained that the Bali Logistics Park was built on a 1.6-hectare plot of land, with a building area of 7.2 thousand square meters.

Situmorang said the building, constructed in nine months, has eight storage rooms, each measuring 960 square meters.

"We hope the Bali Logistics Park would be able to address the needs of warehousing facilities of customers and businesses," he affirmed.

Angkasa Pura Director for Logistics Affairs Garniwa Irwan explained that the Bali Logistics Park has a loading and unloading area, which is able to serve 40-feet trucks, equipped with forklifts.

Irwan remarked that the logistics warehouse, with a capacity of five thousand kilograms per square meter, can be operated by using advanced technology that allows users to store and organize their items accurately.

Further, he remarked that the customers can choose and manage their own storage and distribution of several products in the warehouse or store a pallet unit in one of the storage consoles.

He noted that the Bali Logistics Park in Bali will serve as an example for the central and eastern regions of Indonesia.

"With the presence of the Bali Logistics Park complex, the businesses will not hesitate to expand their distribution of goods in Bali. We are also planning to build a similar facility in Surabaya, East Java," Irwan added.

Editor: Priyambodo RH
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