Model Perhitungan Skala Investasi Peralatan Bongkar Muat Studi Kasus : Pelabuhan Probolinggo

Darma, Hendra (2017) Model Perhitungan Skala Investasi Peralatan Bongkar Muat Studi Kasus : Pelabuhan Probolinggo. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Badan Usaha Pelabuhan (BUP) Probolinggo perlu menyediakan peralatan penunjang kegiatan bongkar muat di pelabuhan. Dimana peralatan penunjang bongkar muat merupakan bagian penting yang harus ada di pelabuhan. perhitungan skala investasi dilakukan sebelum BUP menentukan investasi peralatan penunjang kegiatan bongkar muat di pelabuhan, agar investasi yang dilakukan oleh BUP merupakan investasi yang paling optimal. Pada kondisi eksisting Pelabuhan Probolinggo untuk jenis alat excavator opsi beli merupakan opsi pengadaan alat dengan unit cost paling rendah yaitu sebesar 21.124 rupiah / ton. Sedangkan untuk jenis alat Harbour Mobile Crane opsi sewa merupakan opsi pengadaan alat dengan unit cost paling rendah. Pada Saat arus muatan di pelabuhan lebih kecil dari 150.000 ton / tahun maka 1 excavator dengan opsi sewa merupakan opsi pengadaan alat bongkar muat yang memiliki unit cost terendah. Dengan unit cost sebesar 25.163 rupiah / ton. Saat arus muatan di pelabuhan 500.000 ton / tahun – 650.000 ton / tahun maka 2 excavator dengan opsi beli dan 1 excavator dengan opsi sewa merupakan opsi pengadaan alat bongkar muat yang memiliki unit cost terendah. Dengan unit cost maksimum sebesar 19.683 rupiah / ton dan minimum 17.557 rupiah / ton. Saat arus muatan di pelabuhan 900.000 ton / tahun - 1.000.000 ton / tahun maka 4 excavator dengan opsi beli merupakan opsi pengadaan alat bongkar muat yang memiliki unit cost terendah. Dengan unit cost maksimum sebesar 15.970 rupiah / ton dan minimum 14.746 rupiah / ton. ================================================================================================================== Badan Usaha Pelabuhan (BUP) Probolinggo need to provide supporting equipment loading and unloading activities at the port. Where the supporting equipment loading and unloading is an important part that should be there at port. calculation of the scale of investment made before BUP determining investment support equipment loading and unloading activities at the port, so that the investment made by BUP is the most optimal investment. In the existing condition of the Port of Probolinggo for type excavator tool purchase option is an option with the procurement of the lowest unit cost in the amount of 21 124 rupiah / ton. As for the types of tools Harbour Mobile Crane lease option is an option with the procurement of the lowest unit cost. At The cargo flows in the port smaller than 150,000 ton / year, the first excavator with a lease option is an option of loading and unloading equipment procurement has the lowest unit cost. With the unit cost of 25 163 rupiah / ton. When the flow of cargo at the port of 500,000 ton / year - 650,000 ton / year, then 2 excavator with a purchase option and one excavator with a lease option is an option of loading and unloading equipment procurement has the lowest unit cost. With the unit cost to a maximum of 19 683 rupiah / ton and a minimum of 17,557 rupiah / ton. When the flow of cargo at the port of 900,000 ton / year - 1,000,000 ton / year, then 4 excavator with an option to buy an option of loading and unloading equipment procurement has the lowest unit cost. With the unit cost to a maximum of 15 970 rupiah / ton and a minimum of 14 746 rupiah / ton.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects: V Naval Science > VM Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering
V Naval Science > VM Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering > VM293 Shipping--Indonesia--Safety measures
Divisions: Faculty of Marine Technology > Marine Transportation > (S1) Undergraduate Theses
Depositing User: Mrs Ansi Aflacha
Date Deposited: 23 May 2017 08:48
Last Modified: 23 May 2017 08:48
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/41359

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