SMEC has been appointed by the Indonesia Port Corporation to complete the detailed design for the expansion of a grain terminal at Banten Port.
SMEC has been appointed by the Indonesia Port Corporation (also known as Pelindo) to complete the detailed design for the expansion of a grain terminal at Banten Port in Indonesia. The port is a key transport link between the islands of Java and Sumatra, and accommodates excess freight and heavy commercial traffic from Jakarta.
Development of the grain terminal will occur in two stages. Stage 1 will involve the development of four mechanised ship unloading systems, including: four incoming conveyors; 60,000 tonnes of horizontal storage; four silos; two outgoing conveyors; and two truck loading stations. Stage 2 will provide two incoming conveyors, four silos, and additional truck loading facilities as land becomes available.
SMEC’s services will include: assessment of the existing terminal; development of Bill of Quantities (BOQ) and cost estimates; construction schedules; project design reports; and tender assistance.
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