On 20 March 2018, the Transport and Logistics Working Group continues the ongoing joint assessment on provisions under the Minister of Finance Regulation No. 158/PMK.04/2017 on the Delivery of Inward Notices, Inward Manifests and Outward Manifests. The meeting aims to identify main concerns as well as joint recommendations from the industry that could be proposed to the Directorate General of Customs. The meeting was chaired by Mr. Yigit Saricinar (DB Schenker) as the Deputy Head of EuroCham Transport & Logistics Working Group, and co-hosted by the Indonesia Logistics and Freight Forwarder Association (ALFI), which was represented by Mr. Arman Yahya (Head of ALFI Soekarno-Hatta Region). The meeting also invited few airlines companies, as well as ground handling company.
Following the discussion with President‘s Special Envoy for climate change as well as the issuance of Energy Position Paper 2018, EuroCham Energy Working Group was encouraged to have further discussion with other stake holders in order to find joint positions to maximize the impact.
Responding to the suggestion, EuroCham Energy Working Group invite the relevant stakeholders for a group discussion on the formulation of joint position and explore the possibility of a stronger joint position for low hanging fruit and streamlined advocacy on March 19, 2018.
Led by EuroCham Energy Working Group, the meeting was attended by Indonesia Chamber of Commerce (KADIN), Indonesia Renewable Energy Society (METI), Asian Development Bank (ADB), DANIDA, GIZ, Umbra Law, and President‘s Special Envoy for climate change.