Surabaya (21/4) - Amid the corona virus pandemic (VIRUS COVID-19), Srikandi PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS) warned him in an unusual way. Moving quickly, Srikandi TPS distributed direct food assistance (BSL) to the poor or economically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This assistance, which is part of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities, is channeled to women workers in the informal sector (online motorcycle taxi drivers, parking attendants, and street vendors) in the Surabaya area.

On this occasion, Dothy as the President Director of TPS revealed that through this activity, TPS would like to lighten the burden on the community, especially during the current pandemic. Dothy also emphasized that the BSL distribution was carried out without gathering mass, but was carried out by way of a road show so that it was directly on target and by implementing the COVID-19 transmission / transmission prevention protocol including the use of personal protective equipment (masks, gloves) and maintaining distance.

The implementation of BSL is one of the TPS initiatives in carrying out its social responsibilities to the environment and the community and following up on government directives in carrying out physical distancing as an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

"Happy Kartini Day, let's remain grateful, keep spiritless and mental steel, in accordance with the exemplary spirit of Mrs. Kartini." said Dothy.


About PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya:

PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya, or abbreviated as TPS, is a subsidiary of the Pelindo III Group, which is engaged in port services in the export-import and domestic container terminals. TPS was established in 1992 as a Container Terminal Unit (UTPK) and was privatized on April 29, 1999 by P&O Dover with a 49% ownership stake. In 2004 TPS has reached a throughput of> 1 million Teus and continues to grow to this day. On March 1, 2006 the P&O Port Holding Company was acquired by DP World, so that all assets and investments owned by P&O Dover transferred ownership to DP World, including a 49% stake in TPS so that the composition of TPS shares was 51% owned by PT Pelindo III and 49% owned by DP World. Since 28 April 2019, Pelindo III bought all of the shares of DP Worl at TPS, so that since then, TPS shares are owned by and TPS operates under the leadership of Pelindo III.

TPS runs its core business as a container terminal operator, as an economic gateway for export-import activities in Eastern Indonesia and is the first terminal in Indonesia to implement ship safety standards and port facilities which came into force in July 2004.


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Muchammad Solech

Public Relations of PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS)

Jl. Tanjung Mutiara 1, Surabaya - Indonesia

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