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ASDP Indonesia Ferry CEO, Ira Puspadewi.
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ASDP Indonesia Ferry Needs a Friend for a Change

Numerous transportation companies are having a difficult time due to mobility restrictions during the Covid-19 pandemic. ASDP Indonesia Ferry is among those facing the challenge. In May 2020, the ferry operator lost Rp71 billion a month. ASDP Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ira Puspadewi acts quickly to implement various efficiency moves, particularly through digitization of passenger service.

Economy Edisi : Senin, 30 Agustus 2021

A truck transporting materials passes by the area of the Batam Aero Technic Special Economic Zone development project in Batam, Riau Islands, June 25. The SEZ covers an area of 30 hectares with an investment of Rp7.2 trillion and is developed for industrial activities based on maintenance, repair, overhaul (MRO) of passenger aircraft for about 10,000 workers.
Antara/Teguh Prihatna
The construction site of the Pullman Hotel, at the Mandalika Special Economic Zone in Pujut, Central Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara, last December. As of December 2020, the ITDC recorded 13 investments worth Rp2.885 trillion were channeled to the Mandalika for building 11 accommodations.
Antara/Ahmad Subaidi
Stacks of containers at the New Priok Port Container Terminal One Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, last December. The scarcity of containers has made it difficult for industry to export or get imported raw materials.
Tempo/Tony Hartawan

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