Assessment Model of the Port Effectiveness and Efficiency (Case Study: Western Indonesia Region)

This paper explains the results of research on analysis of the ports within Western Indonesia in terms of logistics effectiveness and efficiency perspective. The research aimed at determining one port amongst 18 main ports within Western Indonesia as the main hub port to support the national logistics system. The results of research, based on multi-criteria analysis that has examined seven criteria, i.e.: (1) spatial system; (2) national transportation system; (3) national security; (4) port operational and technical; (5) type of commodity; (6) port services; and (7) logistics service cost, indicated that the Port of Tanjung Priok-Jakarta is the most effective and efficient port, while, based on the spatial analyses, Port of Tanjung Emas-Semarang is the prioritized choice. This research still needs further analysis to promise both of these ports are feasible technically and economically as a main hub port.

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  • Accession Number: 01497834
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Nov 6 2013 11:34AM