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Collection of imo news, found 79 news.

Indonesia can become global maritime axis: Wantannas

The National Resilience Council (Wantannas) has said that Indonesia can become a global maritime axis on account of its ...

Minister committed to supporting Experience Indonesia 2022 held in UK

Tourism and Creative Economy Minister Sandiaga Uno is committed to supporting the implementation of Experience ...

Transportation Minister opens Regional Marpolex

Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi virtually inaugurated the ‘2022 Regional Joint Exercise for Oil Spills ...

Opinion

The importance of LNG in Indonesia

With a population of over 280 million people, 17,500 islands, and 34 provinces, Indonesia is the 4th largest country in ...

Support IMO 2020, Pertagas Niaga for LNG ship fuel testing

Pertagas Niaga, subsidiary of Pertamina Gas, conducts liquefied natural gas (LNG) filling trials for consumers of PT ...

Indonesia re-elected IMO council member

Indonesia has been re-elected as a category C member of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Council for the ...

Sumadi highlights Indonesia's contributions at IMO assembly

Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi highlighted Indonesia’s commitment and contribution to the maritime ...

Transportation Ministry pushes for honing capabilities of seafarers

The Transportation Ministry has encouraged the creation of human resources (HR) of superior capacity in the maritime ...

Indonesia ready for decarbonization measures in marine activities

The Indonesian Government, through the Coordinating Ministry for Maritime and Investment Affairs, expressed readiness ...

Indonesia to offer bunkering services at Sunda Strait

Indonesia will start offering bunkering services and boost port services at Sunda Strait for providing Low Sulphur ...

Indonesia contributing to ASEAN, UN programs for seafarers

Indonesia has been supporting a number of ASEAN and UN programs for seafarers, who contribute significantly to the ...

Indonesia attends 40th ASEAN Maritime Transport Working Group meeting

Melaka (Malaysia) and also Bitung (North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

State revenues from Indonesian sailors projected to reach Rp151 T

The Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment expects state revenues from Indonesian sailors employed ...

A closer look at government's efforts to protect Indonesian seafarers

The news of three Indonesian sailors, who died aboard two Chinese fishing vessels, Long Xin 629 and Long Xin 604, ...

UN adopts Indonesia-initiated resolution on protection of seafarers

The UN General Assembly has unanimously adopted a resolution initiated by Indonesia on international cooperation to ...