The agency business was initially started as a foundation of Samudera Indonesia in 1953. Throughout more than five decades, Samudera we have expanded our services to cover all Indonesia areas with our own office located at all major Indonesian ports and together with reliable partners we are also serving in small ports in Indonesia.

We have continuously improved our professionalism and we have been trusted and appointed to represent global and regional shipping companies for liner and tramper services.

We assist our principals to grow and expand their businesses in Indonesia by providing a full range of shipping agency (general agents, sub agents, port agents, marketing agents, protecting agents and local agents) for all types of vessels such as container vessels, break bulk vessels, general cargo vessels, bulk vessels, ro ro vessels, tanker vessels, and others.

Our services include but are not limited to ship’s husbandry, ship operations, stowage planning, freight documentation, sales and marketing, logistics and equipment control/repair/ maintenance, cargo operations, marine claims, and disbursement.


1. SSL (Samudera Shipping Line) Singapore

Incorporated in Singapore in 1993, Samudera is engaged in the transportation of containerised cargo, gas, liquid and bulk cargo in Southeast Asia, the Indian Subcontinent, and the Far East region. The Group’s activities comprise two key business segments, namely, (i) container shipping and (ii) bulk and tanker shipping.

Leveraging its extensive network in the region, Samudera provides reliable feeder services between its Singapore “hub” port and other “spoke” ports in Asia, as well as inter-region and intra-region container shipping services to diverse end-users such as manufacturers, buyers, exporters and importers. It serves a wide spectrum of shipping customers from its headquarters in Singapore, and via representative and agency offices located in various cities in Indonesia, Cambodia, China, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

As part of the Samudera Indonesia Group in Indonesia, Samudera taps the marine and land transportation support capabilities of its parent company, a synergy that allows the Group to provide valueadded services to its customers.

Being a regional container shipping company, Samudera Shipping Line Ltd provides the following services:
To carry Shipper Owned Container (SOC) between “hub” ports and the outlying “spoke” ports. Samudera provides the feeder services to Main Line Operators.
By using Carrier Owned Container (COC), the liner services carry cargoes between “spoke” ports within its market coverage. Samudera provides the liner services to traders and freight forwarders. In order for Samudera to rovide a more effective and efficient services to our customers, Samudera has segmented its service network into five regional areas consisting of:

Region City
INA Service network covering Indonesia ports. The ports are Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya, Jambi, Semarang, Palembang, Pontianak, Pekan Baru, Panjang, Batam, Belawan.
SMTV Service network covering Singapore as “hub” port, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar and the Philippines.
ISC Service network covering India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Gulf Service network covering UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Iran and Yemen.
Far East Service network covering Hong Kong, Taiwan and China

2. Hapag-Lloyd, Germany

Hapag-Lloyd AG was formed on September 1 1970 as a result of the merger of Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (Hapag) and North German Lloyd (NDL). But the origins of these shipping lines go back much further: Hapag was founded in Hamburg in 1847 by local merchants and NDL in Bremen in 1857. The lines initially carried mainly European emigrants eager to start a new life in America. The relationship between Hapag and NDL was for a long time something special, for while they were competitors, from the 19th century onwards they both repeatedly established joint ventures. 3. Korea Marine Transport Company, Korea

3. Korea Marine Transport Company, Korea

Since it’s establishment in 1954, KMTC is the leading Korean marine transportation company. With more than a half century of full liner service logistics knowledge, KMTC is continuously providing top quality services and is steadily building it’s vessel fleets to enlarge it’s service boundries to fully satisfy customer’s needs.

4. Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Japan

Nippon Yusen Kaisha was formed Tosa Clan establised Tsukumo Shokai Shipping Company on 1870. On 1872 Tsukumo Shokai renamed Mitsukawa Shokai, and change name to Mitsubishi Kisen on 1875 then to Mitsubishi Mai Steamship Company. On September 29th, 1882 Kyudo Unyu Kaisha established, Then on 1885 Yubin Kisen Mitsubishi and Kyodo Unyu Kaisha merged and formed Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK).


1. Orient Overseas Container Line, Hongkong

Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) is a Hong Kong-based container shipping and logistics service company.OOCL is one of the world’s largest integrated international container transportation, logistics and terminal ompanies with more than 320 offices in 70 countries around the world, providing 78 services covering international trading markets with a fleet of more than 300 ships, including Grand Alliance member line vessels, feeder and OOCL -owned and operated vessels. OOCL has vessels of different classes with capacity varying from 2,500 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) to 13,000 TEU, and ice-class vessels for extreme weather conditions.

2. SARJAK, India

SARJAK Container Lines was established in October 2003 in Mumbai as, yet another, Freight Forwarding company. But, within a very short span, SARJAK Management realized that to succeed, they needed to find themselves a niche within the shipping industry.



The Rickmers Group is an international provider of services for the maritime industry, a vessel owner and an ocean freight carrier. The Rickmers Group’s business is divided into the business segments Maritime Assets, Maritime Services and Rickmers-Linie.


Tokyo-based NYK Bulk & Projects — a wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Yusen Kaisha, Japan’s largest shipping company — is one of the world’s leading ocean carriers of project cargo, heavy lift cargo, steel products, and bulk argo. Established on 1 October 2013 through the merger of NYK-HINODE LINE, LTD. and NYK Global Bulk Corporation, the company’s roots extend back over 100 years to November 1912.

Contact Us:

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1 Dwi Yunanto, Mr Branch Manager +62 721 263700 (6099) +62 721 257400 +62 813 66693367
2 Muharam Achmad Tasin, Mr Sales & Marketing Manager +62 721 263700 (6030) +62 721 257400 +62 812 7868971
3 Nurul Sriandini, Mrs SSL & KMTCLine Services +62 721 263700 (6032) +62 721 257400 +62 813 86036180
4 Syaiful Bahri, Mr SSL/KMTC Line/OOCL/Sarjak Services +62 721 263700 (6032) +62 721 257400 +62 813 69032505
5 Agus Setiawan, Mr Hapag Lloyd/NYK Line/OOCL Services +62 721 263700 (6035) +62 721 257400 +62 813 79626514
6 Riska Dianita, Mrs NYK Line Services +62 721 263700 (6033) +62 721 257400 +62 852 69838448
7 Hikmat Rusiwa, Mr Operation Manager Manager +62 721 263700 (6050) +62 721 257400 +62 811 798089
8 Benny Syarifuddin, Mr Husbanding & Port Operation +62 721 263700 (6051) +62 721 257400 +62 853 77774350
9 Siddik Hermansyah, Mr Husbanding & Port Operation +62 721 263700 (6051) +62 721 257400 +62 821 81966081
10 Purwadi, Mr Finance & Aministration +62 721 263700 (6010) +62 721 257400 +62 821 13597217