01 MARCH 2023
NLE Strengthens Supply Chain
The Ministry of Finance, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, has implemented the National Logistics Ecosystem (NLE), not only at seaports but also at airports, both international and domestic.
The Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association (ALFI) supports NLE as an inclusive, collaborative, and progressive action program, saying it will boost national logistics performance in Indonesia.
The chairman of ALFI, Yukki Nugrahawan Hanafi, in his official statement on Sunday (26/02/2023), stated the importance of the active role of business actors and stakeholders in the success of NLE. He stressed that logistics activity is one of the driving wheels of the Indonesian economy.
The Director of Customs and Excise Information – who is also the Chief Executive of the NLE Development Technical Team – Rudy Rahmaddi, said that up to now, NLE has been implemented in 14 ports. “In the future, the implementation of NLE will be expanded to seaports and airports domestically and internationally,” he said.
In 2022, NLE worked with an independent survey team from Prospera to get an initial picture of the system’s effectiveness.
In the 2023-2024 period, NLE will focus on three aspects:
- Accelerating the completion of the target of the Presidential Instruction (Inpres) action plan (Inpres) No. 5 of 2020.
- Room for improvement.
- Expanding the port target for NLE implementation.
To support the smooth implementation of NLE, the government continues to solicit input from all relevant participants from the government, the private sector, and logistics.
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