Recent data from the International Maritime Bureau (IMB) and the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) have indicated that piracy and robbery from 2012 to the current date at sea in Southeast Asia were fluctuating. These incidents took place mostly in Indonesian waters and the Strait of Malacca and Singapore.
Every year many ships pass through Indonesian waters carrying cargo ranging from crude oil to finished products from all over the world. Indonesian waters contain critical sea-lanes of communication for seaborne trade, naval movement and other maritime interests. Indonesian waters have at least six choke points, comprising the Strait of Malacca, the Singapore Strait, the Sunda Strait, the Lombok Strait, the Ombai Strait and the Wetar Strait; all used for international navigation.
We provide tailor-made ship security services to ship-owners to protect and safeguard their vessels during their port call to any Indonesian seaports OR during passage within Indonesian territory.
Our ship security services offer a cost-effective, preventive oriented maritime security solution for Commercial Shipping Industries.