Providing Integrated Sea Transportation Solution

  • Prima Power 05

    Year2010

    HP2 X 1000

  • Trans Pacific 08

    Year2008

    HP2 x 800

  • Prima Power 208

    Year2011

    HP2 X 1000

  • Trans Pacific 205

    Year2010

    HP2 X 1000

  • Floating Crane

    Year2010

    Load. Cap. 100 MT

  • Ship Yard

    Year2009

    Area 23 Ha

  • Barge Terang 303

    Year2010

    Capacity300 Feet (7.500)MT

  • Prima Power 05

    Year2010

    HP2 X 1000

  • Trans Pacific 08

    Year2008

    HP2 x 800

  • Prima Power 208

    Year2011

    HP2 X 1000

  • Trans Pacific 205

    Year2010

    HP2 X 1000

  • Floating Crane

    Year2010

    Load Cap.100 MT

  • Ship Yard

    Year2009

    Area 23 Ha

  • Barge Terang 303

    Year2010

    Capacity300 Feet (7.500)MT

Intersuler Shipping Services

TPJ, a short for Trans Pacific Jaya is an established shipping company in maritime industry, specialized in Tug and Barge shipping and transshipment services for coal and other mining sectors transportation. Established in 2004, TPJ strive to deliver professional sea transportation services with the ability to provide reliable tug and barges for supporting the transportation activites

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Contact Address :

Jalan Cideng Barat No.59

Jakarta Pusat 10150

Telp. : +62 21 385 8787

Fax. : +62 21 385 1010

Email : info@transpacificjaya.com

The maximum waves ocean forecasting

As the information released by the Bureau of Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) dated January 19, 2013 at 19:00 which will still be valid until January 20, 2013 at 07:00 pm, the waves still have to be watched out because still canr reach 2 m - 6 m.

Here are the ocean areas in Indonesia which can be a concern for all of us:

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2013, Coal Production up to 5 Percent

Chairman of the Indonesian Coal Mining Association (APBI) Bob Kamandanu, predict that coal production in Indonesia will increase in 2013. Association is targeting production will reach 360-370 million tons next year. "We believe conditions have started to improve, production will rise about 5 percent," Bob said when he was contacted by Tempo, Sunday, October 28, 2012..

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