来源：Seatrade Maritime 2017-09-18
翻译：国际海事信息网 宋文烨 张运鸿
集装箱码头运营商迪拜环球港务集团（DP World）决定，不再与印度尼西亚泗水集装箱码头公司TPS（PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya）续订合同，当前合同于2019年期满。
DP World称，印尼政府提供的新合同无法满足持续投资的要求。泗水港位于丹戎佩拉（Tanjung Perak），是世界第47大集装箱港口。
DP World总裁兼首席执行官 Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem强调了DP World集团和其他码头运营商对印尼港口的基础设施建设作出的贡献。
几个月前，DP World与印尼政府及国有码头运营企业Pelindo I签订技术支持合同。长期以来，国际码头运营商在印尼拥有大好良机。然而，政府官僚问题常常会对投资者造成麻烦。
DP World to quit Indonesia's Surabaya port in 2019
The Dubai-headquartered terminal operator said it had reached the decision not to renew operating contract for PT Terminal Petikemas Surabaya (TPS) when its current agreement expires in 2019.
DP World said that the new contract offered by the Indonesian authorities did not meet its requirements for continued investment. The terminal is in Tanjung Perak the world’s 47th largest container port.
Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, DP World group chairman and ceo, noted the contributions of DP World and other terminal operators in building up Indonesia’s infrastructure.
“It is unfortunate that the significant positive contributions made by global terminal operators in Indonesia have not been fully recognised, despite our successful track record. We are therefore disappointed that the operating contract renewal terms offered by the Indonesian authorities did not meet our threshold for continued investment,” he said.
“Adhering to strict financial discipline has been crucial to the growth of DP World and on that basis we are not able to renew the agreement beyond 2019. The transfer of operations will be in accordance to the terms and conditions of the contract.”
DP World has a 49% stake in TPS which has a capacity of 2.1m teu.
The terminal operator said the decision would have no material impact on its business.
The move comes just months after DP World signed a Technical Assistance Contract signed with the Indonesian government and state-owned port operator Pelindo I. Indonesia has long been seen as presenting great opportunities for international terminal operators, however, bureaucratic issues have proved problematic for investors.