PT (Persero) Pelabuhan Indonesia II is the port authority responsible for managing and operating the Port of Teluk Bayur. Indonesia Port Corporation II is a state-owned enterprise under the country’s Department of Transportation. With 14 branch offices and headquarters in Jakarta, it maintains the Port of Teluk Bayur as a first-class port.
The Port of Teluk Bayur is a natural seaport located on major international trade routes. In addition to plantation and farming crops and mining products, coal and cement are important commodities flowing out of the Port of Teluk Bayur.
The Port of Teluk Bayur covers 544 hectares of land and 30.9 hectares of port basin. It contains a wharf for conventional cargoes that is 740 meters long. The container wharf at the Port of Teluk Bayur is 222 meters long. A dedicated wharf is 583 meters long. The jetty oil wharf is 20 meters long. The Port of Teluk Bayur’s passenger terminal covers 1.6 thousand square meters and can accommodate two thousand people at the same time. All passenger traffic since 2004 has been inter-island movements.
The Port of Teluk Bayur contains 18.4 thousand square meters of stacking shed, 38.9 thousand square meters of first line open storage, 137.4 thousand square meters of second line open storage, and 25.7 thousand square meters of container yard. The Port of Teluk Bayur operates three tugboats and a pilot boat to serve vessels visiting the port.
The coal facilities at the Port of Teluk Bayur include stockpile stacking of three hectares with capacity for 48 thousand tons and a stacking yard covering 10.7 hectares with capacity for 171.8 thousand tons. The belt conveyor has capacity to move 800-1000 tons per hour.
The Port of Teluk Bayur’s cement facilities include nine silos with capacity for 88 thousand tons. Conveyor capacity for bag cement is 50-80 tons per hour, and for bulk cement is 200-400 tons per hour. Fertilizer facilities have stacking capacity for 1.5 thousand tons of bags and eight thousand tons of bulk fertilizer.
Fuel gas facilities at the Port of Teluk Bayur include 12 tanks specialized for specific fuels. Two tanks have capacity to store 4.7 thousand kiloliters of benzene. Two tanks have capacity to store one thousand kiloliters of solar fuel. Three tanks can store 5.6 thousand kiloliters of kerosene. Two tanks can store 3.4 thousand kiloliters of avtur, and two tanks can store 492 kiloliters of avigas. One tank has capacity to store 5.5 kiloliters of fuel, and the fuel oil bunker pipe has flow capacity for 200-2500 tons per hour.
The Port of Teluk Bayur crude palm oil facilities include 11 tankers with capacity for two thousand tons each and four outlet pipes with capacity for 22.6 thousand tons. Bulk asphalt facilities include three tanks with capacity for 1.5 thousand tons each and an outlet pipe with capacity for 200-250 tons per hour.
In 2007, 1529 vessels visited the Port of Teluk Bayur, including 227 ocean-going vessels and 764 domestic vessels. Other vessels included 517 tankers. In 2007, the Port of Teluk Bayur handled a total of 9.4 million tons of cargo including 3.7 million tons of foreign exports, 499.8 thousand tons of foreign imports, and 5.2 million tons of inter-island cargoes. The same year, the Port of Teluk Bayur handled 694.2 thousand tons of containerized cargo in 32 thousand TEUs.
In 2007, foreign exports of 3.7 million handled in the Port of Teluk Bayur included 1.6 million tons of cement, 1.1 million tons of crude palm oil, 438.5 thousand tons of coal, 216.1 thousand tons of rubber, and 198 thousand tons of copra chips, as well as smaller amounts of other goods. Foreign imports handled by the Port of Teluk Bayur included 222 thousand tons of gypsum, 185.1 thousand tons of fertilizer, and smaller volumes of hulled rice, sugar, spare parts for machines, and other goods.