Increasing terminal capacity based on adaptive port planning case study at Cigading Port, Indonesia

D. P. Utama, M. A. Berawi

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Abstract

The effective infrastructure in the archipelago country to distribute goods is through port loading and unloading activities. One of port that will be the object of this research is Cigading Port in the Banten Province. Main activities of this port are handling dry bulk and liquid bulk cargoes. This port will expand in line with port's vision and mission to increase cargo handling. The expansion is carried out to achieve target of cargo handling to 26.81 million tons in 2025. This expansion is required big funding, proper planning and can be adjusted to the needs in the future. The purpose of this research is to gain conceptual design and development of various scenario that plausible in the future for Cigading Port. The research methodology will use framework of Adaptive Port Planning (APP) using scenario method. This framework gives advantages compared to conventional planning because of APP can identify, have flexibility in design, and can be adapted from the uncertainty factors in the future. By using this framework, port planner will have several scenarios based on the uncertainty factors that have been identified so he/she can determine the best decision to develop Cigading Port. As results, thirteen uncertainty factors are identified and also four plausible scenarios are developed and based on expert opinion one scenario is chosen that may be developed for conceptual design of the expansion Cigading Port.

Original languageEnglish
Article number022059
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume830
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 18 May 2020
Event3rd International Conference on Innovation in Engineering and Vocational Education 2019, ICIEVE 2019 - Bandung, West Java, Indonesia
Duration: 26 Nov 2019 → …

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