Indonesia Building Fleet of Livestock Carriers

November 11, 2015,

On 10 November 2015 Indonesian President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo inaugurated the KM Camara Nusantara, the first of a fleet of livestock carriers that are being built at Indonesian shipyards. The ship was one of three livestock carriers built by PT Adiluhung Sarananegara Indonesia in a deal worth Rp108 billion. The vessels can carry around 500 cattle each. Previously, Transportation Ministry director general for marine transportation Bobby Mamahit announced that a further five vessels, worth IDR 180 billion, would be built by 2017.

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