BADAN PENGUSAHAAN KAWASAN PERDAGANGAN BEBAS DAN PELABUHAN BEBAS SABANG
Management Board of Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone
BPKS

Management Board of Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone
(BPKS)

Area of Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone, hereinafter called Sabang Area, is the territory as intended in Government Regulation in Lieu of Law Number 2 Year 2000 concerning Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone.
Board of Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone, hereinafter abbreviated as DKS is a Council established by the President, chaired by the Governor of Aceh Province, comprising the Regent of Aceh Besar and the Mayor of Sabang, which has the duty and authority to establish public policies, oversee and coordinate the activities of the Badan Pengusahaan Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port.
Management Board of Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone, hereinafter abbreviated as BPKS is a central government institution / agency in the form of Non Structural Institution formed by DKS to further maximize development implementation and guarantee business activity in mining and energy, transportation, maritime and fisheries, post and telecommunications, banking, insurance, tourism and other areas in Sabang Area with the duty and authority to implement the management, development and development of Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port.

General

Management Board of Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone, hereinafter abbreviated as BPKS is the manager and developer of Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port. BPKS is established by the Government with the issuance of Law Number 36 Year 2000 and Law Number 37 Year 2000 regarding Stipulation of Government Regulation in Lieu of Law on Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port into Law.
The Sabang area comprising Sabang (Weh Island, Klah Island, Rubiah Island, Seulako Island and Rondo Island) and Pulo Aceh Sub-district Aceh Besar Regency (Breuh Island, Nasi Island and Teunom Island) with an area of ​​394 km² have the advantage become an opportunity to attract investment.
Based on Law Number 37 Year 2000 Sabang Area has been designated as Free Trade Zone and Free Trade Zone. This is reinforced by the Law of the Government of Aceh (UUPA) Number 11 Year 2006 on the newly ratified Aceh Government on 11 July 2006, which states that Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port is an area within the jurisdiction of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia which separate from the customs area so that it is free from the Commerce, the Imposition of Import Duty, Value Added Tax, and Sales Tax on Luxury Goods.
The same law states that the Government of Indonesia together with the Government of Aceh develop the Sabang Trade Area as a regional economic growth center through activities in trade, services, industry, mining and energy, transportation and maritime, post and telecommunications, banking, insurance, processing, packing, and warehouse of agricultural, plantation, fishery and industrial products from surrounding area. The main service of BPKS is the management of the region in order to create a good and growing investment climate. It is also emphasized that the development of the Sabang Area is directed to trade and investment activities as well as the smooth flow of goods and services except the types of goods and services that are expressly prohibited by law.
In order to facilitate the development of the Sabang area, the government delegates the authority in the field of licensing and other necessary authority to the Regional Board of Sabang which will be implemented by BPKS to issue business licenses, investment permits and other permits required by entrepreneurs who establish and run businesses in the Sabang Area .

History

Sabang Port was first built by the Dutch East Indies government in 1881 with the main activity of filling water and coal to a boat called "Kolen Station". The port is managed by Firma De Lange who was authorized to build various port facilities in 1887.
The port operation is managed by Maatschaapij Zeehaven en Kolen Station, which became known as Sabang Maatsscappij in 1895. In the Dutch era, Sabang Port has played a very important role as a natural port for international shipping, especially in supporting the trading of Acehnese natural commodities exported to countries Europe.
The Glorious Vrij Haven Sabang ended at the time of World War Two where the Japanese controlled Greater East Asia in 1942 and suffered physical destruction so that Sabang as a free harbor was closed. In 1950 the government made Sabang as the Maritime Defense Base of the Republic of Indonesia and as a Free Port with Presidential Determination Number 10 Year 1963 until Sabang Municipality was formed by Law Number 10 Year 1965.
In 1970 the status of Free Port Sabang was enhanced by the issuance of Law Number 4 Year 1970, a Free Trade Area and Free Port for 30 years. But just 15 years old, Free Port Sabang closed again for the second time in 1985, while the government opened Batam Bounded Zone. Since then Sabang economic life back stagnant and lonely like a remote city. Thousands of people who rely on ports to be poor, unemployment and eventually migrate to the mainland in Aceh. Economic growth in Aceh also fell sharply as a whole.
Sabang's position as a Free Trade Area and Free Port started to be recalculated in 1993, marked by the establishment of Regional Economic Cooperation Growth Triangle Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand (IMT-GT), followed by Jamboree of Iptek BPPT in 1997, and in 1998 the city of Sabang and Pulo Aceh Sub-district serve as Integrated Economic Development Zone (KAPET) which was inaugurated by President BJ. Habibie together with the other KAPET by Presidential Decree Number 171 Year 1998, dated 26 September 1998.
Sabang status re-established as Free Trade Area and Free Port during the reign of President K.H. Abdurrahman Wahid through the legal mandate of the Government Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) Number 2 Year 2000. Later in the plenary session of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR RI) on 20 November 2000 the determination of his status is legally reinforced through Law Number 37 Year 2000. This decision is made by the central government for the Sabang area in the western end can be used as New Growth Center (New Growth Center).

Chronological Area of ​​Sabang:
▷ 1881 :
Sabang known for its natural harbor, the Dutch established Kolen Station.

▷ 1884 :
The Dutch plan to establish a Kolestation in Balohan.

▷ 1887 :
Firma De Lange built supporting facilities for port facilities by establishing Sabang Haven.

▷ 1895 :
Opened free port and managed by Sabang Maatschappij.

▷ 1942 :
Sabang was occupied by the Japanese and suffered physical destruction, Sabang as a closed harbor. Sabang Port was made into a military Defense Port.

▷ 1945 :
Indonesia Merdeka but Sabang Still occupied by the Dutch until December 29, 1949 that is when the Round Table conventions occur.

▷ 1950 :
With the Decree of the Minister of Defense of the Republic of Indonesia Number 9 / MP / 50 and Pulau Weh submitted to the Navy of the Republic of Indonesia union to serve as the Maritime Defense Base of the Republic of Indonesia.

▷ 1963 :
Sabang designated as Free Port with Presidential Decree Number 10 Year 1963.

▷ 1964 :
Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 22 Year 1964 was established an institution Command Pelaksana Pelabuhan Bebas Sabang Project Development (KP4BS).

▷ 1965 :
Sabang Municipality was established by Law Number 10 Year 1965.

▷ 1970 :
The issuance of Law Number 3 Year 1970 on the Basic Provisions of Free Trade and Sabang Free Port.

▷ 1985 :
Sabang's status as a Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port is closed by the Government of Indonesia through Law Number 10 Year 1985.

▷ 1993 :
Sabang position began to be recalculated with the establishment of Regional Economic Cooperation Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT).

▷ 1997 :
The implementation of Jamboree of Science and Technology BPPT in Sabang to review the development of Sabang.

▷ 1998 :
Sabang City and Pulo Aceh Sub-district serve as Integrated Economic Development Zone (KAPET) which together with other KAPET was inaugurated by President BJ. Habibie with Presidential Decree No. 171 dated September 26, 1998.

▷ 2000 :
Sabang Declaration as Free Trade Zone and Free Port by President KH. Abdurrahman Wahid in Sabang with the issuance of Presidential Instruction No. 2/2000 on 22 January 2000.

▷ 2000 :
The issuance of Government Regulation in Lieu of Law Number 2 Year 2000 dated September 1, 2000 on Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port.

▷ 2000 :
The issuance of Law Number 37 Year 2000 dated December 21, 2000 on Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port.


Potency

Free Trade Area and Sabang Free Port are limited by coordinate points 05° 46' 28"- 05° 54' 28" North Latitude (LU) and 95° 13' 02"- 95° 22' 36" East Longitude (BU) . This location provides a geographical advantage as it lies at the crossroads of the world's shipping and trade, the Malacca Strait.
The Malacca Strait itself is a strait located between Peninsular Malaysia (Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore) and Sumatra Island (Indonesia). From an economic and strategic point of view, the Strait of Malacca is one of the vital voyages in the world, as important as the Suez Canal in Egypt and the Panama Canal in South America. The Malacca Strait forms a canal passage between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean and connects three of the world's largest populations: India, Indonesia and the People's Republic of China (PRC). A total of 50,000 ships cross the Strait of Malacca each year, transporting between one fifth and a quarter of the world's marine trade. Half of the oil transported by tankers crossed the strait; by 2015, the amount is estimated to be 11 million barrels of oil per day, an amount that is certain to increase given the huge demand from China. Since the width of the Malacca Strait is only 1.5 nautical miles at the narrowest point, the Phillips Strait near Singapore, it is one of the most important traffic congestions in the world.
The Malacca Strait is the waters of Southeast Asia that connect the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. The Malacca Strait is located between Sumatra Island and Malay Peninsula. Therefore, this strait is referred to as an international shipping lane, some countries use this strait as a crossing line for fuel and industrial material ships and trade through giant cargo ships.
Giant container ships containing a diverse range of trade and industry goods every day across the Straits of Malacca without stopping. It is the same with cargo ships carrying crude oil and other liquids. The movement of these ships can be seen directly by the naked eye in Sabang through Sabang Fair area, Paradiso Beach, Ie Meule, Anoi Itam, Tapak Gajah and surrounding areas. But after the glorious era of Sabang port ends, this ship does not stop at CT-3 Harbor in Sabang Bay due to several regulatory factors, although the draft of water depth of CT-3 has fulfilled international standard, in the sense that it is very worthy to be docked big ship.
The latest condition of the Strait of Malacca Strait which continues to stretch from year to year become a special note for BPKS Sabang in determining the strategic direction of Sabang Area. The great potentials that exist both internally (Pulau Weh and Pulo Aceh) and external potential (Malacca Strait), should be a concern in the strategic step of Sabang Area Development as a whole.

▷ DEMOGRAPHIC
Demographically, Sabang area has an area of ​​394 km². The city of Sabang alone covers 153 km²; and Pulo Aceh has an area of ​​241 km². The population of Sabang area from year to year has a relatively constant growth, the population in the year 2013 amounted to 32,191 inhabitants and in 2016 amounted to 34,166 people with an average growth rate increase of 1.5% per year.
While at the 2016 population census, the population of Sabang has amounted to 33,622 souls consisting of 16,9891 male and 16,641 female souls. Population projections are influenced by several factors such as birth-death, migration, urban economic activity and land availability.

▷ GEOGRAPHICAL
Geographically, the Sabang area lies in the geographic position of 05° 46' 28"- 05° 54' 28" North Latitude (LU) and 95° 13' 02"- 95° 22' 36" East Longitude (BU), composed of City Sabang (Pulau Weh, Klah Island, Rubiah Island, Seulako Island and Rondo Island) and Pulo Aceh Subdistrict (Breuh Island, Nasi Island and Teunom Island) of Aceh Besar District and surrounding islands. The total area of ​​Sabang area is 393.1 km² ie Sabang City 153 Km² and Pulo Aceh 240.1 km², with area limits:
 North: Malacca Strait
 South: Ocean of Indonesia
 East: Malacca Strait
 West: Ocean Indonesia

The topography of Sabang area consists of:
Sabang:
 Lowland (0-8% elevation): 3.11%
 Wavy (8-15% elevation): 10.00%
 Hilly (elevation 15-40%): 39.04%
 Mountains (elevation > 40%): 47.85%
Pulo Aceh:
 Lowland (0-8% elevation): 33.95%
 Wavy (8-40% elevation): 28.60%
 Mountains (elevation > 40%): 37.44%

The average temperature in Sabang City is 25.208 °C, the average air humidity is 81.75%, the mean air pressure is 1,010,908 mb, and the average wind speed is 8,083 knots. While the average temperature in Pulo Aceh is 26.90 °C with an average height of 700 m (asl).
With an area of ​​about 153 km², Pulau Weh is an island that has a topography with the majority of mountainous and hilly areas. The beaches owned by Pulau Weh are generally high and steep beaches with deep ocean depths deep enough. The slope of more than 25% in Sabang City covers almost 40% of the city. In the western part of Weh Island and in the middle of the eastern island is a hilly and bumpy region with a slope of more than 15%. This means that the Weh Island region consists of: 47.85% mountainous area (2,434 Ha), 39.04% hilly area (7,861 Ha), 10% of undulating terrain (1,560 ha) and 3,11% lowland (445 Ha). By looking at the percentage of lowland in Sabang City then seen that the condition of Sabang City flat is relatively limited, ie only around the coast. Sabang Port area itself has a relatively flat topography along the coast of Sabang Bay that stretches from east to west. While roughly 2 km to the north, the topography of the region has started hilly.
Pulo Aceh District with an area of ​​about 241 km² is located in the westernmost region of NKRI 15 miles from the city of Banda Aceh, the capital of Aceh Province. From its topographic condition, this subdistrict of Pulo Aceh is also a mountainous area with steep slopes (slope > 40%) ie about 37.44% (9,014 Ha), relatively flat area (slope 0-8%) around 33.96 % (8,176 Ha), while hilly area (slope 8-40%) about 28,60% (6,885 Ha). From the above condition, it can be seen that Sabang area as a whole has its limitations so that physically the effort for the development of regional infrastructure becomes relatively difficult, the price of the land is expensive and requires high investment cost.
Moreover, land use in Sabang City is still dominated by forest land (53.80%), especially protected forests and production and nature reserves. Other land uses vary greatly, such as for plantations, rice fields, fields of about 36.58%, 6.76% settlements and special areas (ports and airports) about 0.7%. Similar to land use in Kota Sabang, the land in Pulo Aceh is also dominated by forests and gardens (40% each). While the settlement land is only about 1%. These settlements are commonly found around Lampuyang as the subdistrict capital and along the coast. Thus the development of settlements is still potentially large considering the area that includes the plains is still much untapped.
Meanwhile, the use of land for Sabang area in estimation to accommodate the projected population amounted to 682,556 people with various types of land designation as the activities of the population in the field of port services, industry and trade, tourism and fisheries. Estimated total land for the required settlements is about 2,440 hectares divided into Sabang City 1.962 Ha, and Pulo Aceh District about 478 Ha. Assuming that the settlements in Sabang City will mostly use vacant land from forest land and from existing pasture land, whereas in Pulo Aceh sub-districts will mostly use vacant land from scrubland and forest of reeds.

Facilities and Infrastructure

The progress of facilities and infrastructures, especially in the field of transportation both air, land and sea, is expected to bring a very big impact in supporting the acceleration of development and development of Sabang Area, especially in the tourism, industry, fishery and trade and services sectors. Due to the existence of a smooth relationship, especially in terms of distribution of the provision of basic needs of society and marketing of products for domestic or export purposes, will bring a positive impact for the development of Sabang area in the future.
However, when the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck parts of Aceh Province on December 26, 2004, has resulted in massive destruction of facilities and infrastructure, including the damage suffered by the Sabang Area, so there are some facilities and infrastructure that must be in the rehab and reconstructed again.

▷ LAND TRANSPORTATION
Public transportation equipment that has been used by inhabitants in the city to the countryside using the services of mini bus and Datsun 1970's. This transportation is also a mainstay of transportation for schoolchildren, both through the route between the city-village shuttle and vice-townside instead is a 'luxury' facility that is expected to continue running without obstacles. There is also a rental car with Balohan route-Sabang City Center or from an out-of-town area like Jaboi to the city center, but this facility is still limited only to transport people who want to shop to downtown Sabang.

▷ WATER TRANSPORTATION
In addition to the Port of Sabang, there are several other docks that become the mainstay of maritime transportation, such as: Public Pier, Special Docks of the Navy, Pertamina Special Dock, ADPEL Special Dock and Special Docks Dinas Perikanan. There are also warehouse facilities, shipyards, clean water, water bunker and cultivation field.
Sabang Port has the status as ADPEL Class V Port, guided free and average rainfall of 244,3 m. Its sailing line has a length of 1,400 m, a width of 800 m, a depth of up to 53 m with sandy coral ground. The harbor pool has an area of ​​177 Ha, within a minimum of 8 m, within a maximum of 35 m, a maximum wave of 0.5 m, a minimum wave of 0.2 m.
Port Balohan is a ferry port as well as functioning as a gateway to Sabang City from Aceh Daratan through the transportation of fast crossing boats (jetboad) or roro. In addition to the dock building, as a ferry port, Balohan Port is also equipped with perpakiran area, passenger terminal and gate for vehicles to ferry. For inter-island sea transport connections, especially to Sabang, there are fast ferry boats for passengers dispatched via the Balohan port (Sabang) to Ulee Lheu (Banda Aceh) ± 18 miles or by slow ferry boats (roro) to Ulee Lheu. Two Motor Vessels are KM Express Bahari 8B which has a maximum passenger carrying capacity of 315 people and KM. Express Bahari 2F which has a maximum passenger carrying capacity of 500 people.
The facilities and infrastructure of sea transportation available in Pulo Aceh are still very limited, with only 1 (one) passenger boat of local government assistance with a capacity of 60 passengers with limited reach. To facilitate its activities, the community seeks sea transportation in the form of self-help boat community.

▷ AIR TRANSPORTATION
Sabang has a Maimun Saleh air field located in the village of Cot Ba'u covering ± 78 ha with its runway facilities measuring 1,850 mx 30 m, taxiway 165 mx 23 m, apron 160 mx 90 m, 500 m² passenger terminal and cargo terminal / 300 hangar m². This airfield is a relic of Japan and is currently used as an Air Force base.
Currently the airport has been improving airport service quality as a Sabang activity by providing various facilities such as waiting room, ticketting, baggage, information center and other facilities needed. It is also planned to support the function of the airport as an Inlet with airport management efforts so that it can become one of the destinations in the commercial aviation route. The flight route will also be upgraded to connect Sabang-Malaysia-Thailand-Singapore as the center of International Trade and Service activities.

Vision and Mision

V I S I O N
Vision of BPKS is an integral part of the vision of Sabang Area 2025 which is formulated in the Master Plan of Sabang Area 2007-2021. Based on this and in accordance with Governor Regulation No. 59 of 2014 on Review of Master Plan of Sabang Area Year 2007-2021 and Strategic Plan of Economy and Business of Sabang Area Enterprise Year 2012-2016, set the vision as follows:


“ Sabang Becomes the World's Leading Commerce and Tourism Area ”


The word Niaga is considered to have accommodated the terminology of trade and also port. The main change in this new Vision is the inclusion of the word "Tourism" into the Vision of Regional Development.


M I S I O N
The mission of BPKS is a statement about the main outline of BPKS's main gait in realizing the above vision. So formulated the mission to be carried BPKS is as follows:

▷ MISION 1 :
To realize the potential of Sabang area as Maritime and Coastal Tourism, Eco Tourism and Cultural Tourism;

▷ MISION 2 :
Develop Sabang as a national, regional, and international port with the best, effective, and efficient service as well as the gateway to Western Indonesia;

▷ MISION 3 :
Developing a modern fishery industry in synergy with the tourism sector, port services, industrial and commercial sectors of Sabang Area, and development of national fishery resources;

▷ MISION 4 :
Developing Sabang trading area which has a healthy investment climate and a healthy business conducive, fast, and friendly with cultured service to every guest and entrepreneur;

▷ MISION 5 :
Developing regional entrepreneurship institutions by fostering organizational capacity to learn and change towards better (ever learning and evolving organization);

▷ MISION 6 :
Developing the physical infrastructure of Sabang Region which is superior and international standard.

Values ​​and Principal Behavior

BPKS's main values ​​and behaviors in achieving its vision and mission as follows:

▷ INTEGRITY
Thinking, saying, behaving and acting well and true and upholding the code of ethics and moral principles.
Be honest, sincere and trustworthy; Acting transparently and consistently; Maintaining dignity and not doing the things that are reprehensible; Responsible for the work; and Be objective.

▷ PROFESSIONALISM
Work thoroughly and accurately on the basis of best competence with full responsibility and high commitment.
Have extensive expertise and knowledge; Have high confidence; Work efficiently and effectively; Work smart, fast, thorough and complete; and Working with the heart.

▷ SYNERGY
Establish and ensure a productive internal partnership relationship and harmonious partnership with stakeholders, to produce useful and quality work.
Have good suspicion, trust and respect; Communicating with openness and respect for differences; Find and implement the best solution; and results-oriented that provide added value.

▷ SERVICE
Providing services that meet the satisfaction of stakeholders that is done with all heart, transparent, fast, accurate and secure.
Serve with the orientation of stakeholders' satisfaction; Avoiding the arrogance of power; Be friendly and polite; and Be proactive and responsive.

▷ PERFECTION
Always make improvements in all areas to be and give the best.
Forward-looking and adaptive; Make continuous improvement; Develop innovation and creativity; and Care for the environment.

Organizational Structure

BPKS organizational structure based on Regulation of Governor of Aceh Number 17 Year 2014 about Organization and Administration of BPKS as follows:



Management Profile

IR. FAUZI HUSIN - KEPALA BPKS
HEAD OF BPKS

IR. FAUZI HUSIN
NPP. 12.00254

Born in Banda Aceh on May 23, 1956.
Living on Jalan Pangeran Antasari, Executive Paradise, Block F-8, Cilandak Barat, South Jakarta.

Email: hxfauzi@gmail.com

Education (Bachelor) Electric Power Engineering (1980) at Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB).

Continuing and passing professional certification to engineers, Fundamental and Professional Engineering Certification for Professional Engineers (August 1996) Texas University, Austin, USA.

In 2003 to 2005 he served as Technical and Engineering Manager.
Furthermore, he served as General Manager, LNG Plant, PT. Arun NGL, from 2005 to 2008.
Later, he served as President Director, LNG Plant, PT. Arun NGL from 2008 to 2012.

The Governor of Aceh as the Chairman of the Board of Sabang Region inaugurated him as the Head of BPKS based on the Decree of the Governor of Aceh Number 515/765/2012 dated November 19, 2012 for the period of 2013-2017.

IRWAN FAISAL, SE, MM - WAKIL KEPALA BPKS
VICE HEAD OF BPKS

IRWAN FAISAL, SE, MM
NPP. 12.00255

Born in Idi, East Aceh on December 11, 1965.

Email: irwanf0604@yahoo.com

Continuing (Magister) in Management Science (2005) at Syiah Kuala University, Aceh.

The Governor of Aceh as the Chairman of the Board of Sabang Region inaugurated him as the Deputy Head of BPKS based on the Decree of the Governor of Aceh Number 515/765/2012 dated November 19, 2012 for the period of 2013-2017.

CHANDRA HASAN, SE - DEPUTI BIDANG UMUM DAN HUBUNGAN MASYARAKAT
DEPUTY OF GENERAL AFFAIRS AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

CHANDRA HASAN, SE
NPP. 12.00256

Born in Medan, North Sumatra on January 10, 1957.

Email: chandra.hasan42@yahoo.com

Education (Bachelor) in Management Economics (1992) at University of Medan, North Sumatera.

Has served as President Director of PT. Lintas Lautan Persada, Belawan, North Sumatra from 1998 to 2008.
Then served as President Director of PBM. Bintang Sepakat, North Sumatra from 2008 to 2012.

The Governor of Aceh as the Chairman of the Board of Sabang Region inaugurated him as the Deputy of General Affairs and Public Relations of BPKS based on the Decree of the Governor of Aceh Number 515/765/2012 dated November 19, 2012 for the period of 2013-2017.

SYAFRUDDIN CHAN, SE, MBA, PHD - DEPUTI BIDANG KOMERSIL DAN INVESTASI
DEPUTI OF COMMERCIAL AND INVESTMENT

SYAFRUDDIN CHAN, SE, MBA, PHD
NPP. 13.00267

Born in Pangkalan Brandan, North Sumatra on October 29, 1963.

Email: syafruddin.chan@gmail.com

Continuing education (Doctorate) Ph.D in Business Management (2013) at Padjadjaran University Bandung.

The Governor of Aceh as the Chairman of the Board of Sabang Region inaugurated him as Deputy of Commercial and Investment of BPKS based on the Decree of the Governor of Aceh Number 515/120/2014 dated January 30, 2014 for the period of 2015-2017.

IR. FAJRI, MT - DEPUTI BIDANG TEKNIK
DEPUTY OF ENGINEERING, DEVELOPMENT, SPATIAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL LIFE

IR. FAJRI, MT
NPP. 13.00276

Born in Geulanggang, North Aceh on 31 August 1964.

Email: fajrisulaiman@yahoo.com

Education (Bachelor) in Civil Engineering (1990) at Syiah Kuala University, Aceh.
Continuing education (Master) Master of Transportation System Engineering / Road Engineering (2002) at Gajah Mada University (UGM), Jogjakarta.

He started his career as an Irrigation Project Planning Assistant, Public Works Department of the Special Province of Aceh from 1990 to 1992.
Furthermore, the Technical Planning Staff and Leger, Public Works Department of South Aceh District from 1992 to 1993.
Furthermore, became Assistant Leader of Road Improvement Project, Public Works Department of South Aceh Regency from 1993 to 1995.
Subsequently, he served as Head of Technical and Leger Planning Section (Echelon V.a), Public Works Department of South Aceh Regency from 1995 to 2000.
Subsequently, he served as Project Leader of Road Improvement Assistance, Public Works Department of South Aceh Regency from 1995 to 2000.
Then, he served as Project Development Manager of Cut Ali Airport Terminal Building, KIMPRASWIL Office of South Aceh Regency in 2002.

The Governor of Aceh as the Chairman of the Board of Sabang Region inaugurated him as the Deputy of Engineering, Development, Spatial and Environment of BPKS based on the Decree of the Governor of Aceh Number 515/744/2014 dated 01 October 2014 for the period of 2015-2017.

HASBALLAH SAID, SE, AK - DEPUTI BIDANG PENGAWASAN INTERNAL
DEPUTY OF INTERNAL SUPERVISORY

HASBALLAH SAID, SE, AK
NPP. 14.00285

Born in Sigli, Aceh Pidie on October 5, 1958.

Email: hxsaid@gmail.com

Continuing education (Master) in Accounting at IPKI University, Jakarta.

The Governor of Aceh as the Chairman of the Board of Sabang Region inaugurated him as Deputy of Internal Control of BPKS on the Decree of the Governor of Aceh Number 515/744/2014 dated 01 October 2014 for the period of 2015-2017.

Forewords

"Management Board of Sabang Free Port and Free Trade Zone as a Non Structural Government Institution has the freedom to apply healthy business practices to improve services to the public in order to promote the general welfare and intellectual life of the nation as stated in Government Regulation 105/2012 on PPKBLU. BPKS institutionally continues to improve perasn and its function in carrying out development, membrikan support facilities and infrastructure so as to create a conducive investment climate. Facilitate bureaucratic licensing and business legality that leads to priority sectors such as port services, industry / trade, tourism and fisheries. Improvements continue to be made in order to optimally exploit the opportunities that exist to attract the inflow of investment in goods and services directly from both domestic and abroad"

Ir. Fauzi Husin - Head of BPKS

"Sabang will enter the commercialization phase of the region, which is clearly visible BPKS is getting ready to take action to attract world-class ship operators both cruise ships (cruise ships). To realize the plan, the future development scale will focus on quality products and services, increased security and asset utilization and developing marina ports, CT1 terminal cruses and CT3 container terminals, improving weaknesses for improved quality and performance to expand existing businesses and seize new business opportunities on market cruises and yachts. A service that excellence in order to meet the needs of service users and realize customer satisfaction, port management unit's website as one of the window for investors and service users to obtain the information needed, where the transformation of information can be accessed properly, the sophistication of information technology proved to be accelerators of various activities so that the trigger rapid changes occur in the trading sector and port."

Syarifuddin Chan, SE, MBA, PhD - Deputy Commercial and Investment of BPKS