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Mr Richard Joost Lino received his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the Bandung Institute of Technology before earning his Master’s degree in Hydraulic Engineering from the International Institute for Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering, the Netherlands. He subsequently received his MBA from IPPM, Jakarta.

Mr Lino began his career at the Directorate General of Sea Relations and managed the Tanjung Priok Port development project funded by the World Bank. He then went on to work at PT Dwipantara Transconsult in Indonesia and then as Project Director for AKR Nanking, China. Mr Lino was subsequently appointed as the President Director of PELINDO II in 2009 and has personally overseen a fundamental transformation of the company and spearheaded the New Priok Development.

Human Resources Development

Human resources and enhancing the organisation’s ‘soft infrastructure’ has been a core pillar of IPC’s transformation. Vital to Indonesia’s position and perception as a major trade and business destination is the quality of its infrastructure in addition to international standards in service excellence. IPC’s R.J. Lino has instilled a global outlook among all employees for an improved customer experience through greater efficiency and ensuring that port customers experience an international standard of care as they would at any other major port worldwide.

Over the past several years, IPC has sent over 100 employees abroad to train as logistics professionals at many of the world’s foremost logistics institutions and has invested $50 million USD in its human resources training overall. In order to cater to the continuously growing demands for logistics professionals in Indonesia, IPC has established a new university in Bogor to educate the next generation of shipping and logistics experts. The new facility in Ciawi, Bogor, West Java is scheduled to open in 2014 and will be operated in collaboration with globally recognised maritime universities including the Maritime and Logistic Economic Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, the Institute of Transport and Maritime Management University of Antwerp, Belgium and Kuhne Logistics University, Germany. The university will offer courses for every layer of the logistics industry ranging from operational roles such as crane and container operators to high level management and executives each of which has a pivotal role to play in Indonesia’s future as a competitive and streamlined nation.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

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IPC is focused on realising Indonesia’s potential through invigorating the country’s ports as well as its people. The company also recognises its responsibility to serve in the interests of the public and protect Indonesia’s unique natural resources while facilitating increased trade activity across the archipelago.

Since 2002, the company has been collaborating with the Kalabia Foundation Indonesia and the Office of Education in Raja Ampat and Sorong, Papua for promoting environmental protection. The program aims to impart knowledge on marine conservation to elementary school children aged 4-6 years from the surrounding area which offers some of Indonesia’s most diverse marine biodiversity including 540 species of coral, 1511 species of fish and 700 species of molluscs.

IPC’s Kalabia Program operates from a converted tuna fishing boat with online education facilities such as a library as well as audio and visual equipment for undertaking a 20 day voyage around the islands and villages of Raja Ampat. The ship then continues on to Sorong and on to further villages where it takes on board a further 30-50 children. Teaching is divided into 6 modules covering various facets of the ecosystem, marine life and waste management for marine conservation.

This initiative is part of IPC’s overarching vision to have a long term impact on Indonesia’s future through focusing on education and the attitudes of the next generation towards sustainable development.


  • 2013

    Kalibaru Terminal or ‘New Priok Port’ officially begins construction in March 2013

    IPC, Pelindo II (Persero)
  • 2012

    Pelindo II receives three awards at the BUMN Infobank annual awards including the Best CEO.

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  • Pelindo II undergoes a major transformation to become the International Port Corporation (IPC).

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  • 2011

    Jakarta International Container Terminal receives the award for Asia’s Best Container Terminal from the AFSCA.

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  • Jakarta International Container Terminal receives the award for the best Terminal Operator of the year from the Indonesian National Shipowners Association.

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  • Pelindo II receives the award for the Most Innovative CEO of a State Owned Enterprise by SOE Track Magazine

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  • 2010

    24 Hour Operations are introduced at Tanjung Priok port thereby doubling the capacity of the port.

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