The Second Logistics Reform Development Policy Loan Project for Indonesia is to reduce the costs and improve the reliability of the logistics chain in Indonesia. It comprises of three pillars with the following PDOs:
1) Pillar A: Enhancing the ports’ performance;
2) Pillar B: Improving logistics services; and
3) Pillar C: Strengthening trade processing.
This second operation in the DPL series builds on the first operation to support the government’s overall objective to reduce the costs and improve the reliability of the logistics chain in Indonesia.
Name: Massimiliano Calì
Title: Senior Economist
Tel: 5781+3367 / 62-21-5299-3367
Location: Jakarta, Indonesia (IBRD)
Name: Mr. Suminto
Title: Acting Director for Loan and Grant, Ministry of Finance
Tel: +62 (0)2129578255
Name: Mr. Edy Putra Irawady
Title: Special Staff
Coordinating Ministry of Economic Affairs
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