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Maersk to use Intercon Terminal as backup depot in Jakarta

Maersk has announced that the Intercon Terminal depot has been added as a backup depot in Jakarta, Indonesia since 1 July.

"For all of import empty return activity, it can be processed at Seacon Bintang Sejahtera Depot while for export empty pick up activity, it can be processed at Seacon Bintang Sejahtera Depot and Intercon Terminal Depot," said the Danish ocean carrier in a statement.

Maersk depots' addresses in Jakarta are as follows:

SBS JKT Depot (PT SEACON BINTANG SEJAHTERA)

Kawasan Berikat Nusantara Cakung Blok A
Jalan Raya Cakung Cilincing, Jakarta 14140 - Indonesia.
Phone: +622144850288

Intercon Terminal Indonesia, Jakarta Branch

Raya Cakung Cilincing, Km.1,5 Cakung barat,
Jakarta Timur, 13910 Indonesia
Phone: +6285697753190





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