March, 17th 2023


Jakarta, 1 March 2023 - NPCT1 (PT New Priok Container Terminal One) and Logisly, Indonesia's digital trucking and logistics platform, signed a collaboration agreement for the integration between NPCT1's digital services platform and Logisly's platform. With this collaboration, customers can expect a more streamlined export-import transaction process, better process visibility, as well as improved operations SLAs. 

NPCT1 has been recognized for Best Terminal Performance Achievement at OP Tg. Priok Awards 2021, and also recently recognized for Best Terminal Operator in supporting the Service through Digitalization Program at OP Awards 2022. The collaboration has proven NPCT1's commitment to digitalization through its platform ECON (Express Container Terminal Online NPCT1) for a seamless customer experience in supply chain leading to increased efficiency on a national scale.

This will also complement Logisly's best-in-class logistics services, which allows shippers to gain access to a network of 70,000 verified trucks via a free Transport Management System that facilitates online truck booking, real time freight tracking, electronic proof of delivery (ePOD) and electronic invoicing (eInvoice).

Furthermore, by digitizing container movement, this collaboration is to optimize the overall traffic flow in Tanjung Priok Port through dual cycle movement and other measures to improve the nation's logistics competitiveness. 

Mr. Takayuki Hori, NPCT1 President Director, stated, "We believe that the collaboration between NPCT1 and Logisly brings our mutual benefit for the efficient container logistics service through digitalization. As a result, we hope it can lead to more competitive operations in the transportation industry in Indonesia."

Roolin Njotosetiadi, Logisly's CEO, states, "NPCT1 and Logisly share the same vision of providing the most efficient logistics services, and both see digital services as a key part of this modernization. The collaboration with NPCT 1 will lower container delivery costs, which will play a part in reducing logistics inefficiency in Indonesia."