The Indonesia port industry is characterized by the dominance of the public zone in port activities. The ownership of port two assets, company port governance and services provision develop beneath strict, direct or indirect kingdom (ministerial) control. As an end result Indonesia stands among the few countries in which the port industry is wholly controlled via the public sector. Yet, the context, in which current ports operate impels for greater flexibility in port operations. Several international locations international have spoken back enforcing port devolution programs. The latter have been accompanied
by way of an increasing participation of the private sector in port operations. In quite a few EU nations several port reforms devolved the port industry, allowing for the participation of personal companies.
Privatization, Indonesia ports, Supervision, Profit-making Recession, Technological Progress.
Department Of Management And Public Sector, Gunadarma University Campus D In-donesia.