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Ship Breaking Yards in Jakarta; Indonesia

I am documenting ship breaking yards in Asia and look for further information about them in Jakarta. Is there anyone who knows more about it? Thanks Thomas

by T at 2006-01-24 04:20:28 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Jakarta , Indonesia | Bookmark | | Report spam→

hi
thomas
you can visit location ship breaking yard at cilincing, tanjung priok port in north jakarta, all worker works every day, after they broke a ship, a part by ship to deliver to some pabric at Bekasi, west java  for recycle. its owner is maduranese, they call "pak haji "or Mr Hajj in english, you can approach them, they are very hospitality

thaks

jeff 

by [former member] | 24 Jan 2006 10:01 | Jakarta, Indonesia | | Report spam→
Hi Jeff-
I am looking for shipbreaking sites in Indonesia as well. In order to make sure I am successful in finding the one you mentioned, can you confirm whether the location I pinned on this google map is the one you are referring to? http://bit.ly/2wUjrp
If it is not, can you correct me?
Also, are there other shipbreaking locations in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Timor, Borneo, or nearby that you know of?
Thanks!
Adam

by Adam Cohn | 19 Nov 2009 06:11 | Seattle, WA, United States | | Report spam→
Jeff, thanks for the personal message. I can’t reply with a private message yet, since my account is too new. I look forward to your message when you return to Jakarta!

by Adam Cohn | 20 Nov 2009 04:11 | Seattle, WA, United States | | Report spam→

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T, T
Jakarta , Indonesia
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