Regulation Of The Minister Of Transportation Number Pm 6 By 2013

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Perhubungan Nomor PM 6 Tahun 2013

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Back NEWS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 281, 2013 the MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION. Kepelabuhan Services Rates. Repeal.

REGULATION of the MINISTER of TRANSPORT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER PM 6 2013 ABOUT types, structures, and the PRICE of the SERVICE KEPELABUHANAN with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY MINISTER of TRANSPORT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that in order to implement the provisions of article 148 Government Regulation Number 61 in 2009 about the Kepelabuhanan, need to set Rules about what kind of Minister of transportation, structures, and The price of the Service Kepelabuhanan;
Remember: 1. Act No. 17 of 2008 about the voyage (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4849);
2. Government Regulation Number 61 in 2009 about the Kepelabuhanan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 151 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5070);
3. Government Regulation Number 20 of 2010 on waters Transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 26 of 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5108) as amended by the Government Regulation number 22 in 2011 (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 43 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5208);
4. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries as amended several times the last presidential regulation Number 91 in 2011;
5. Presidential regulation Number 24 of 2010 about the position, duties, and functions of the Ministries as well as the Organization, duties, and functions of the Echelon I Ministries, as last amended by regulation of the President Number 92 in 2011;
6. The decision of the Minister of transportation KM Number 54 in 2002 about the Organization of sea ports;
7. Regulation of the Minister of transportation Number KM 60 of 2010 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of transportation;
8. Regulation of the Minister of transport of PM Number 35 in 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the Office of the main Port Authorities;
9. Regulation of the Minister of transportation Number am 36 year 2012 about the Organization and the Work of the Office of the Port Authority and Kesyahbandaran;
Decide: define: REGULATION of the MINISTER of TRANSPORT REGARDING the types, structures, and the PRICE of the SERVICE is KEPELABUHANAN.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Regulation, the Minister is: 1. The port is made up of land and/or waters with a certain boundaries as the place of the activity of Government and business activities to be used as a place to ship lean, up and down passengers, and/or loading and unloading goods, such as terminals and berths vessels equipped with the safety and security of shipping and ancillary activities of the port as well as the place of displacement of intra and antarmoda transport.
2. Sea port is a port that can be used to serve the activities of ocean freight and/or transport crossings located at sea or in rivers.
3. Terminal is port facilities consisting of outdoor recliner and leans against the ship or the docking place, place heaping, where up is down and waiting passengers, and/or place of unloading the goods.
4. The ship is a watercraft of any type and shape, which is driven by mechanical power, wind power or postponed, including the vehicle that empowered support dynamic, vehicles under the surface of the water, as well as buoyant and floating buildings that are not sedentary. 5. Stuff is all kinds of commodities including animals that are unloaded/loaded to and from the ship.
6. Business entity the port which further shortened BUP is a business entity that its business activities in the field of special concessions of the terminal and other port facilities. 7. The Minister is the Minister of transportation.

8. The Director General is the Director General of Sea Transportation.

CHAPTER II TYPES of TARIFF SERVICES KEPELABUHANAN of article 2 (1) the type of tariff services kepelabuhanan is a collection of any service provided by the Port Authority, organizer of the port, and BUP to service users kepelabuhanan.
(2) type of service kepelabuhanan rates referred to in subsection (1) consists of: a. the ship services tariffs;

b. service tariff items;

c. rate of passenger services; and d. the price of the services associated with the kepelabuhanan.
Article 3 (1) the price of the service of the vessel referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter a consists of: a. service tariff labuh;

b. tariff scouting services;

c. tariff service delays;

d. the docking services tariffs;

e. tariff services use the Groove cruise; and f.  kepil services rates (mooring services).
(2) Service Tariff item referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter b consists of: a. General goods services rate in the multipurpose terminal (terminal multi purpose);

b. the price of the Services container in container terminal;

c. service tariff item liquid precipitation in liquid bulk terminals;

d. tariff services bulk dry in the dry bulk terminal;

e. tariff service vehicle in the terminal of the vehicle (car terminal);

f. service rate loading and unloading goods in a floating terminal;

g. fare petikemas services in mainland terminals (dry ports);

h. loading and unloading service rates vehicles and goods in Ro-Ro (Roll On-Roll Off) on Ro-Ro terminal.
(3) the rate of passenger services as referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) Letter c consists of fitting passenger and luggage of passengers.
Article 4 type of tariff services related to the kepelabuhanan referred to in article 2 paragraph (2) letter d, consisting of: a. the rate of service waste storage facility;

b. service rates depo petikemas;

warehousing services rates c.;

d. tariff services cleaning and building maintenance offices;

e. installation clean water service rates;

f. electric installation services tariffs;

g. charging service rate of fresh water and oil;

h. rate of service provision of office space for the benefit of service users of the port;

i. the rate of service provision facilities warehouse cooling;

j. rates of service maintenance and repair ship;

k. packaging and labeling services tariffs;

b.  fumigation and cleaning service rates/container repair;

m. fares of public transport services to and from the port;

n. tariff service places wait for motor vehicles;

o. tariffs of service industry events;

p. service rates trading activity;

q. the rate of service provisioning activities place to play and recreation;

r. price of the advertising services;

s. rate hospitality, restaurant services, tourism, posts and telecommunications;

t. tariff Services tool;

the u.s. price of admission (pas) port;

v. voting rate waste ponds;

d. rates of service vehicles and goods in Ro-Ro (Roll On-Roll Off);

y. fares inter terminal transfer;

z. rate hi-co scan;

AA. rates hi-scan with behandle co.;

BB. the fare costs plus extra movement buildup (stack);

Cancel transaction rates cc.;

DD. rates after closing time;

DD. tariff administration IT System for e-payment;

EE. the rate moved the location of the buildup (PLP);

FF.   rate over the docking ship stack; and gg. trucking rate (from stock files into conveyor).

CHAPTER III SERVICE TARIFF STRUCTURE KEPELABUHANAN article 5 kepelabuhanan Services Tariff Structure is frame rate associated with the order of time and unit of measure of each type of kepelabuhanan services in the one (1) package of the levy.

Article 6 Frame rates referred to in article 5, on any type of kepelabuhanan service consist of: a. the ship's distinguished services rates for ocean freight ship domestically and abroad, including: 1. the price of the services labuh;
2. tariff scouting services, comprising: a) serves the Scouting ships in the waters of the obligatory pandu;

b) serve the Scouting ships in the waters of the incredible Wizard; and c) serve the Scouting ships beyond the compulsory waters and the waters of pandu pandu is incredible.
3. the price of the service, delays comprised of: a) in the area of the waters of the port; and b) outside the area of the waters of the harbor.
4. price of the docking services, comprising: a) tethers the dock;

b) tethers breasting dolphin/buoy; and c) suburban tallud tethers. 5. the rate of use of the services is a Groove cruise; and 6.  kepil services rates (mooring services).
b. service rates differentiated goods for export and import activities as well as interisland include: 1. public goods services rate in the multipurpose terminal (terminal multi purpose), consists of the activities: a) the dock;

b) stevedoring;

c) cargodoring;

d) cumulation;

e) monitoring/supervision;

f) stripping/stuffing;

g) receiving/delivery; and h) cleaning.
2. fare petikemas services at container terminal consists of the activities: a) the operation of the ship consists of: 1) Pier;

2) stevedoring;

3) haulage/trucking piled onto the field or otherwise;

4) shifting;

5) open/close the hold; and 6 other ship operations).
b) field operations consist of: 1) buildup;

2) lift on/lift off;

3 extra movement);

4) relocation of angsur; and 5) other field operations activities.
c) operation the container freight station consists of: 1) stripping/stuffing;

2) buildup;

3) acceptance/submission; and 4) container freight station operations elsewhere.
3. the price of the service liquid bulk goods in bulk liquid terminal consists of the activities: a) the operation of the ship consists of: 1) Pier;

2) plugging/unplugging (flexible hose);

3) pipes;

4) pumps;

5) heating;

6) monitoring/supervise;

7) cleaning; and 8) trucking.
b) field operations consist of: 1) buildup (tank);

2) charging from tank to tank truck;

3) disassembly of the truck into the tank; and 4).

4. price of the services of bulk dry in the dry bulk terminal consists of the activities: a) the operation of the ship consists of: 1) Pier;

2) conveyor/pipe/excavator/grab;

plugging/unplugging) 3;

4) monitoring/supervise;

5) pumps;

6) ramp door/moveable bridge;

7) hooper;

8) trimming; and 9) cleaning.
b) field operations consist of: 1) buildup (stock pile);

2) bagging/unbagging;

3) hooper;

4) trimming; and 5) loading/unloading from/to the truck.
5. the price of the vehicle in the terminal service vehicle (car terminal) consists of the activities: a) the dock;

b) buildup;

c) flat bed on tire;

d) stevedoring;

e) planning field;

f) monitoring/supervise;

g) cleaning;

h) car wash;

I) minor repair;

j) information technology;

k) glosing;

l) receiving/delivery;

m) cargo entrance fitting;

n) painting;

o) tug master; and p) labeling.
6. service rates over the unloading of goods from ship to ship on a floating terminal consists of the activities: a) loading and unloading;

b) mooring master;

c) tenancy fender;

d) hose;

e) oil spill response;

f) surveyor;

g) incident oil spill response;

h) ship chandler;

I) waste handling ships;

j) service boats; and k) blending the charge.
7. fare petikemas services in mainland terminals (dry ports) consists of the activities: a) field operations;

b) warehousing services; and c) acceptance/submission service.
8. service rates in Ro-Ro terminal, consists of the activities: a) Pier b) go up/down the vehicle;

c) stacking/storage in the field; and d) scales. c. price of the passenger service at the passenger terminal is a use of the waiting room.
Article 7 of order time and unit of measure of each type of service kepelabuhanan as stipulated in article 2, are defined as follows: a. the ship services consists of: 1. labuh, calculated based on the size of ships in Tonnage (GT) Gross with a unit of GT per ship visits;
2. scouting, calculated based on the size of vessel that guided in Gross Tonnage (GT) and units of GT per movement associated with Scouting and the level of risk;
3. delay, calculated based on the size of the ship is delayed in Gross Tonnage (GT) and GT units per hour; 4. docking, calculated based on the size of ships in Tonnage (GT) Gross with a unit of GT per etmal;
5. use of the Groove cruise, calculated based on the size of ships in Tonnage (GT) Gross with a unit of GT per once passed;
6. kepil, calculated based on the size of the ship dikepil in Gross Tonnage (GT) and units of GT per activity;
7. additional service consists of: a) the administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note; and b) the cost of administration of the IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per note.
b. goods services consisting of: 1. public goods services in the terminal versatile (multi purpose terminals): a) the service dock, calculated on a per unit: 1) for public goods;

2) units per box per day for crates;

3) units per ton/m3/tail per day for animals;

4) units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters per day for bulk liquid;

5) units per ton/m3 per day for bulk dry; and 6) units per unit/m3 per day for vehicles.
stevedoring services, b) are calculated on the basis of: 1) unit per ton/m3 per a Ministry for public goods;

2) units per box per container services;

3) units per ton/m3/tail per service for animals;

4) units per ton/m3/ton kilo litres per Service for bulk liquid;

5) units per ton/m3 per service for bulk dry; and 6) units per unit/m3 per service for vehicles.
c) cargodoring services, calculated on the basis of: 1) unit per ton/m3 per a Ministry for public goods;

2) units per box per container services;

3) units per ton/m3/tail per service for animals;

4) units per ton/m3/ton kilo litres per service for bulk liquid;

5) units per ton/m3 per service for bulk dry; and 6) units per unit/m3 per service for vehicles. d) service monitoring/supervision, calculated based on the units of activity per unit/per hour;
e) services stripping/stuffing, calculated on the basis of: 1) unit per ton/m3 per service for goods broke (breakbulk) and bulk dry;

2) units per ton/m3/tail per service for animals; and 3) units per unit/m3 per service for vehicles.
f) services receiving/delivery, calculated on the basis of: 1) unit per ton/m3 per a Ministry for public goods;

2) units per box per service for petikemas;

3) units per ton/m3/tail per service for animals;

4) units per ton/m3/ton kilo litres per service for bulk liquid;

5) units per ton/m3 per service for bulk dry; and 6) units per unit/m3 per service for vehicles. g) services of cleaning, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/tail/kilo liter/unit per service;
h) additional services consisting of: 1) administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note;

2) inter terminal transfer fee is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/box/unit;

3 initial stack) costs (cost plus extra movement buildup) is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/box/unit;

4) administrative costs IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per Note;

5) calculated based on the unit cost of haulage per ton/m3/unit/box;

6) supervision/monitoring costs, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit/box/tail per activity; and 7) the cost of site office is calculated based on unit per m2/unit/box.
2. the Services container in container terminal, consisting of: a ship's operating activities), consisting of: 1) Pier, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per visit;

2) stevedoring, counted in units of per ton/m3/box/unit per visit;

3/trucking haulage), calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per visit;

4) shifting, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per visit;

5) open/close hold, calculated on the basis of units per unit per visit; and 6) lift on/lift off, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per visit.
b) activities of the field operations, consisting of: 1) buildup, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per day;

2) lift on/lift off, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/units per service;

3 extra movement), calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/units per service;

4) relocation, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/units per service; and 5) angsur, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/units per service.
c) container freight station operations, consisting of: 1) stripping/stuffing, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/per unit of service;

2) buildup, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per day; and 3) acceptance/submission, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/units per service.
d additional services) activities, consisting of: 1) administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note;

2) inter terminal transfer fee is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/box/unit;

3) fee TUITION FEE (letter Submission Petikemas), calculated on the basis of units per box;

4) export card fee is calculated based on unit per box;

5 hi-co) cost is calculated based on the per unit scan box;

6 hi-co) cost scan with behandle calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

7 the initial stack) costs (cost plus extra movement buildup) is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

8) costs Cancel transaction is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

9) cost after closing time is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

10) administrative expenses IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per Note;

11) cost of the PLP (move Location Buildup) is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

12 site office) cost is calculated based on unit per m2/unit/box;

13) cost monitoring/supervision, counted in units of per ton/m3/unit/box per activity.
3. liquid bulk goods services in liquid bulk terminal, consists of: a) Pier, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters;

b) stacking (tank), calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters per day;

c) plugging/unplugging (flexible hose), calculated on a per unit of activity per vessel;

d) monitoring/supervision, counted in units of per ton/m3/ton kilo liters per activity;

e) pipeline, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters per activity per hour;

f) heating calculated based on unit per ton/m3/ton kilo litres per hour;

g) pumps, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters per activity per hour;

h) cleaning, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/kilo liters per activity;

I) trucking, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters; and j) additional services consisting of: 1) administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note;

2) administrative costs IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per Note;

3) transfer fee is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/ton kilo liters; and 4) the cost of monitoring/supervision, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters per activity.
4. services of bulk dry in the dry bulk terminal consists of: a) Pier, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters;

b) stacking (stock pile), calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/ton kilo liters per day;

c) conveyor/pipe/excavator/grab, counted in units of per ton/m3;

d) plugging/unplugging, calculated on a per unit of activity per service;

e) monitoring/supervision, calculated on a per unit of activity per hour;

f) pumps, calculated on the basis of units per ton/tons per m3 per hour;

g) ramp door/moveable bridge, calculated on a per unit of activity;

h) hooper, counted in units of per ton/m3;

I) trimming, calculated on a per unit of activity;

bagging, j) is calculated based on unit per tonne/sack;

k) cleaning, calculated on a per unit of activity;

l trucking), calculated based on the unit ton/m3 per tonne;

m) additional services consisting of: 1) administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note;

2) administrative costs IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per Note;

3) transfer fee is calculated based on the unit ton/m3 per tonne; and 4) the cost of monitoring/supervision, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3 per ton of activities.
5. service vehicles in the terminal of the vehicle (car terminal), consisting of: a) Pier, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit;

b) buildup, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit per day;

c) flat bed on tire/mechanical tools, calculated on the basis of units per unit;

d) stevedoring, counted in units of per ton/m3/unit;

e) planning field, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit;

f) monitoring/supervision, counted in units of per ton/m3/per hour per unit activity;

g) cleaning, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/activities;

h) car wash, is calculated based on unit per unit;

I) repair, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit;

j) is calculated based on information technology, a unit of characters per kilo/unit;

k) glossing, calculated on the basis of units per unit;

l) receiving/delivery, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit;

m) pas, calculated on the basis of units per unit;

n) painting, calculated on the basis of units per unit;

o) tug master, calculated on a per unit of activity; and p) labeling, calculated on the basis of units per unit.
q) additional services consisting of: 1) administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note; and 2) administrative costs IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per note.
6. the Ministry over the unloading of goods from ship to ship in a floating terminal consists of: a) stevedoring is calculated based on unit per ton/m3, ton/kilo liters;

b) mooring master is calculated based on the activity per unit of time;

c) tenancy fender calculated based on units of activity per unit;

d) hose unit units per calculated based on activities;

e) oil spill response unit per unit calculated on the basis of activities;

f) surveyor based on units of activity per unit;

g) incident oil spill response based on the units of activity per unit time;

h) ship chandler based on unit per unit;

I) handling of waste ships based on the units per ton/m3, ton/kilo liters;

j) service boats based on the units of activity per unit/movement/day/passenger; and k) blending the charge based on the unit ton/m3, ton/kilo liter.
7. services in the terminal petikemas land (dry port), consists of: a) field operations service, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per/hour/day;

b) warehousing, service is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/box/unit per activity/days;

c) acceptance/delivery of service, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/box/unit per activity;
d) additional services consisting of: 1) administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note;

2) fee TUITION FEE (letter Submission Petikemas), calculated on the basis of units per box;

3) export card fee is calculated based on unit per box;

4 hi-co) cost is calculated based on scan unit per box;

5) cost hi-co scan with behandle calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

6 the initial stack) costs (cost plus extra movement buildup) is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

7) costs Cancel transaction is calculated based on unit per ton/m3/unit/box;

8) administrative costs IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per Note;

9) cost of site office is calculated based on unit per m2/unit/box; and 10) supervision/monitoring costs, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit/box per activity.
8. the price of the service of loading and unloading of vehicles and goods in Ro-Ro (Roll on-Roll off) in the terminal's Ro-Ro, consists of: a) Pier, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit;

b) buildup, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit per day;

c) stevedoring, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit;

d) planning field, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3/unit;

e) monitoring/supervision, counted in units of per ton/m3/per hour per unit activity;
f) additional services consisting of: 1) administration fee is calculated based on the per unit note note; and 2) administrative costs IT System for e-payment is calculated based on unit per note. c. the passenger services, calculated on the basis of units per passenger per service in the waiting room.
d. other kepelabuhanan services, consisting of: 1. the service of waste storage facility, calculated on the basis of units per ton/m3, ton/kilo liters per activity;

2. service depo petikemas, counted in units of per ton/m3/box/unit per/hour/day;

3. the service of warehousing, counted in units of per ton/m3/box/unit per activity/days;

4. cleaning and maintenance services office building counted in units of per ton/m3;

5. installation of clean water services is calculated based on unit per ton/m3, ton/kilo liters;

6. electrical installation service is calculated based on unit per KWH;

7. the Ministry of oil and the fresh water filling units per ton/m3, ton/kilo liter/unit;
8. service provision of office space for the benefit of users of the service port is calculated based on unit per m2/unit per day/month/year; 9. service provision facilities warehouse cooling, counted in units of per ton/m3/box/unit per hour/day;

10. maintenance and repair services of ships is calculated based on unit per unit;

11. packaging and labelling service is calculated based on unit per unit;

12. service of fumigation and cleaning/repair of containers is calculated based on unit per box/unit per activity;

13. public transport service to and from ports is calculated based on unit per passenger/vehicle;

14. servicing place waiting for motor vehicles is calculated based on unit per unit/per hour/day;

15. service of particular industrial activity is calculated based on unit per m2/activities;

16. Ministry of trade activities counted in units of per ton/m3/box/m2/per unit of activity;
17. service provision activities and recreational play area is calculated based on unit per person/vehicle per hour/day/month; 18. advertising services is calculated based on unit per m2/unit/activity per day/month/year;
19. the hospitality services, restaurants, tourism, posts and telecommunications is calculated based on unit per person/unit per day/month/year; 20. service tool, calculated based on the units of activity per unit/per hour/day/month/year;
21. admission services (pas) port is calculated based on unit type/capacity of persons or vehicles per once or per unit of time; 22. the service of garbage collection of outdoor unit is calculated based on per ton/m3, ton/kilo liters per activity; 23. Services and goods passenger ship ocean freight is calculated based on the per unit is Kg/m3 per activity.
CHAPTER IV the SERVICE RATE KEPELABUHANAN article 8 (1) the price of the service kepelabuhanan rates assigned classification is based on the type of service, facilities, and equipment are available in the terminal.
(2) the rate referred to in subsection (1) by type of service on a terminal: a. the versatile (multi purpose);

b. petikemas;

c. liquid bulk;

d. bulk dry;

e. vehicles;

f. floating;

g. port land (dry port); and h. ro-ro. Chapter V KEPELABUHANAN SERVICES RATES of article 9 (1) the price of the services ship that engages in domestic sea freight rate service kepelabuhanan in Rupiah (Idr).
(2) the price of the services ship ocean freight conduct activities abroad kepelabuhanan services be priced in United States dollars (US $).
(3) goods and Services Tariff tariff services in the terminal for interisland service kepelabuhanan rates apply in Rupiah (Idr).
(4) goods and Services Tariff tariff services at terminals for exporting and importing kepelabuhanan services be priced in United States dollars (US $).
(5) the rate of passenger services within the country and abroad kepelabuhanan services be priced in Rupiah (Idr).
Article 10 (1) Tariff labuh services referred to in article 7 letter a number 1) charged to ships anchored in the pool of the harbour which was built and maintained by the BUP.
(2) the rate of use of the services is a Groove-cruise as referred to in article 7 letter a number 5) charged to the ship using the Groove cruise-built, maintained, and operated by the BUP.
Article 11 (1) ocean freight Ships flagged Indonesia: a. doing domestic sea freight transport of goods import export charge or charge goods from overseas or otherwise, against the Ministry of the Interior at the rate of kepelabuhanan services abroad; and b.  who do the activities of ocean freight from the port in the country to a port in another country does not transport goods import export charge or otherwise, against the Ministry in other domestic port rate of kepelabuhanan services in the country.
(2) foreign Vessels conducting ocean freight rates established foreign service kepelabuhanan service kepelabuhanan rates in foreign countries.
(3) Foreign Ships that do other activities that do not include the activities of the transport of passengers and/or freight activities in ocean freight rates charged to domestic service ocean freight ships abroad.
Article 12 (1) the Quantity of the service kepelabuhanan rates can be defined in the package.

(2) the magnitude of tariff services kepelabuhanan for sailing ship of the people given waivers by BUP directly.
(3) the grant of waivers (discount/reduction), the rate of differentiation, progressive tariffs, fares, reward and penalty given by the BUP directly.

(4) against a particular activity, the types of services may be subject to applicable kepelabuhanan discounted rate or Rp 0.00 (zero dollars).
(5) certain Activities as referred to in paragraph (4) composed of: a. activities of the Union;

b. search and rescue activities, natural disasters, and humanitarian assistance;

c. activities to public and social interests of non-commercial use; and d. other activities deemed strategic by the Minister.
(6) the request for tariff relief to certain activities as on paragraph (4) filed by government agencies to BUP.
CHAPTER VI the DETERMINATION of the PRICE of the SERVICE KEPELABUHANAN Article 13 (1) the determination of the magnitude of tariff services kepelabuhanan on the terminal services service provided by the Port Authority established by the Government Regulation with fixed based on based on the type, structure, and the rates set out in the regulation of the Minister of transport.
(2) the determination of the magnitude of tariff kepelabuhanan on port services organized by the organizers of the harbor unit formed by the Government established by the Government Regulation with fixed based on based on the type, structure, and the rates set out in the regulation of the Minister of transport.
(3) the determination of the magnitude of tariff kepelabuhanan on port services organized by the organizers of the harbor unit formed by the provincial government established with local regulations the province remain guided by type, structure, and the rates set out in the regulation of the Minister of transport.
(4) determination of magnitude of tariff kepelabuhanan on port services organized by the organizers of the harbor unit formed by the kabupaten/kota Governments set with applicable local kabupaten/kota with fixed based on based on the type, structure, and the rates set out in the regulation of the Minister of transport.
(5) the determination of the magnitude of tariff services kepelabuhanan on the terminal services service organised by the BUP BUP set by based on type, structure, and the rates set out in the regulation of the Minister of transport.
Article 14 (1) the determination of the magnitude of the rate of the service kepelabuhanan by BUP as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (5), for similar concessions of terminal services kepelabuhanannya done by 1 (one) BUP in 1 (one) before the port, specified by the BUP must be consulted to the Minister.
(2) service rates kepelabuhanan Quantities referred to in paragraph (1), include: a. the ship services rate: 1) labuh;

2) pandu 3) delay;

4) docking;

5) use of Groove-cruises; kepil and 6).
b. the price of goods at the terminal services: 1) versatile (multi purpose);

2) petikemas;

3) liquid bulk;

4) bulk dry;

5 floating);

6) vehicles;

7) land (dry port); and 8) ro-ro. Article 15 of the consultation referred to in Article 14 paragraph (1) was carried out with the mechanism as follows: a. the tariff proposal of concept collate BUP with attention to the interests of the public service, an increase in the quality of services, the interests of service users, increased fluency of services, costs and returns of business development, equipped with data support as follows: 1) results calculation of the cost of the staple, the applicable tariff comparison with the cost of principal , the quality of service provided and can be equipped with data rates that apply in sea ports either within the country or abroad who have the type and level of service are relatively similar; 2) research and justification the proposed rate increase against the burden of service users;
3) Application Service Level Agreement (SLA), Service Level Guarantee (SLG), and Port Operations Service performance standards; and 4) input and response service users;
b. the concept of the proposed magnitude of tariff rates, ship services services goods compiled by BUP be consulted before to the Minister is informed in advance to the Association local kepelabuhanan service users, namely: 1) to the price of the services ship to INSA; and 2) for the price of the service item to the GPEI, GINSI, and ALFI/ILFA.
c. next BUP convey in writing to the Secretary of the tariff proposal quantities accompanied complete supporting data such as on the letter a;
d. the proposed tariffs as the letter c, discussed by related work units in the Environment Ministry of transportation along with BUP;
e. based on the results of discussion as the letter d, the Minister provides direction and consideration in writing to BUP within 30 (thirty) working days since the receipt of the complete proposal of the BUP;
f. when the specified period there has been no landing and considerations in writing from the Minister as set out on the letter e, BUP may set quantity rates according the results of agreements with service users;
g. BUP in determining the quantity of service rate of each type of service as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (5), mandatory landing and considerations the Minister notice;
h. quantity rates services goods and services ships in the terminal which has been established by BUP was reported to the Minister.
Article 16 (1) the magnitude of the rate of passenger services on port concession services kepelabuhanannya done by 1 (one) BUP BUP, defined by without having to consult to the Minister.
(2) the magnitude of the rate of passenger services as referred to in paragraph (1), reported to the Minister: a. attach the results of calculation of the cost of the staple, the applicable tariff comparison with cost, quality of service provided and can be equipped with data rates that apply in sea ports either within the country or abroad who have the type and level of service are relatively similar; and b.  research and justification the proposed rate increase against the burden of service users.
Article 17 (1) the determination of the magnitude of the rate of the service kepelabuhanan by BUP as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (5), for similar concessions of terminal services kepelabuhanannya are performed by more than one (1) BUP in 1 (one) port, specified by the BUP without having to consult to the Minister.
(2) service rates kepelabuhanan Quantities referred to in paragraph (1), reported to the Minister: a. attach the results of calculation of the cost of the staple, the applicable tariff comparison with cost, quality of service provided and can be equipped with data rates that apply in sea ports either within the country or abroad who have the type and level of service are relatively similar; b. research and justification the proposed rate increase against the burden of service users; and c. the application of the Service Level Agreement (SLA), Service Level Guarantee (SLG), and Operational Performance Standards.
Article 18 BUP in drawing up calculation of the magnitude of tariff services ship, freight services, passenger services, and services in the terminal based on BUP calculation service tariff kepelabuhanan as in Attachments that are part of which is inseparable from the regulation of the Minister of transportation.

Article 19 (1) the Quantity of each service rate kepelabuhanan set by the BUP is valid for a period of at least 2 (two) years.
(2) the magnitude of the rate for the service of foreign ships and services export/import of goods that will be defined by considering the BUP tariff service of its kind in ASEAN countries and ports in other countries.
CHAPTER VII miscellaneous PROVISIONS article 20 (1) of magnitude rates for servicing of 150 set tramper ship% from the liner.
(2) against dangerous or interfere with goods in accordance with the classification of the level of hazard of the goods in question according to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) that require special handling imposed additional tariffs.
(3) against petikemas that require special handling such as flat track, opentop, openside, petikemas damaged and others that require special handling imposed additional tariffs in accordance with the level of difficulty of a given service.
Article 21 (1) mandatory BUP operational performance standards (Level of Services/LS) established by the Director General.
(2) supervision of the application of the tariff kepelabuhanan the services of magnitudes, the fulfillment of operational performance standards (Level of Services/LS), and the efforts undertaken by the Competition Authority.
Article 22 the Director General implement coaching and technical supervision against the implementation of the regulation of the Minister of transport.

CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER Article 23 at this time Minister of Transportation Regulations came into effect: a. a decision of the Minister of transportation KM Number 50 in 2003 about the types, structures, and The price of the Service Kepelabuhanan To sea ports as amended by regulation of the Minister of transportation KM Number 72 in 2005; and b. the decision of the Minister of transportation KM Number 39 of 2004 concerning the mechanism of determination of tariffs and Tariff Calculation Kepelabuhanan On Port Services organized by the business entity of the Harbor, revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 24 Regulations the Minister of transportation began to apply from the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations the Minister of transportation is by its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on February 12, 1995 the MINISTER of TRANSPORTATION of INDONESIA, E.E. MANGINDAAN Enacted in Jakarta on February 15, 2013 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN Attachment: bn281-2013 fnFooter ();