Hasnur Pendang Coal Terminal
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Hasnur Pendang Coal Terminal is located in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. The terminal is operated by PT Hasnur Internasional Shipping, a subsidiary of Indonesia's Hasnur Group.
The Hasnur Pendang Coal Terminal began operating in 2011. It has a single jetty that can process 2,000 tonnes of coal per hour. PT Hasnur Internasional Shipping also operates the Hasnur Sangai Puting Coal Terminal, which has capacity of 6,500 tonnes of coal per hour.
In 2019, PT Hasnur Internasional Shipping handled 6.8 million tonnes of coal. Assuming that amount was divided between the two terminals based on capacity, the Hasnur Pendang Coal Terminal would have handled about 1.6 million tonnes (~24%) in 2019.
In 2021, PT Hasnur Internasional Shipping completed an Initial Public Offering (IPO) on the Indonesian Stock Exchange. The company sold 2.6 billion shares and raised IDR 788 billion (approximately US$55 million). The company stated that it intended to use the capital raised to expand its coal transporting infrastructure, with 23% of the funds going toward its coal terminals.
- Operator: PT Hasnur Internasional Shipping
- Parent: Hasnur Group
- Location: SPendang, North Hamlet District, South Barito Regency, Central Kalimantan
- Annual Coal Capacity (Tonnes): 2 million
- Status: Operating
- Type: Exports
- Coal source: Indonesia
Articles and Resources
- PT Hasnur Resources Terminal, PT Hasnur Internasional Shipping, Accessed Nov. 2021
- Ini rincian penggunaan dana IPO Hasnur Internasional Shipping, Kontan, July 26, 2021
- Hasnur Internasional Shipping IPO, Saham HAIS Langsung Meroket ARA, TrenAsia, Sep. 1, 2021