February 2013, PT Schott Igar Glass had their cargo shipped from India directly to Cikarang Dry Port. Multimodal transport bill of lading stated IDJBK as the port of destination was provided by CMA CGM, with DB Schenker acting as the third party logistics provider.
Schott is an international technology group with more than 125 years of experience. They produce wide range of products, which include components and systems made from specialty glasses and materials. Their core markets are the household appliance, pharmaceuticals, electronics, optics, solar power, transportation and architecture industries.
PT Schott Igar Glass, the Indonesian subsidiary of the group, is focusing its activities on pharmaceutical packaging, manufacturing some 500 million vials, ampoules, pipettes and special articles for the pharmaceutical market every year. Globally operating companies such as Roche, Aventis and Pharmacia are among the company’s customers, as are “local heroes” like Biofarma and Harsen.
“SCHOTT Igar Glass has one of the most modern facilities for the production of pharmaceutical packaging in the world. We have the best prerequisites to set performance standards in the market,” said Dr. Peter Knaus, Vice President of SCHOTT’s globally operating Pharmaceutical Packaging Business Segment. With their factory located in the modern Delta Silicon industrial park, Cikarang Dry Port is just within their reach.
About Cikarang Dry Port
Cikarang Dry Port is an integrated Port and Logistics Facilities in the east corridor of Jakarta, Indonesia. The allocated international port code of IDJBK is connecting Cikarang Dry Port to various ports of call around the world through Shipping Lines partners, designating it as port of origin and port of destination. It is strategically located in the heart of the largest manufacturing zone of Indonesia along the Bekasi - Cikampek industrial corridor, which lies on the east of Greater Jakarta. Approximately 200 hectares of land is allocated for Cikarang Dry Port, easily accessed via highway.