About Promacindo

PT PROMACINDO, Jakarta Office

PT Promacindo was found in 2010 by Capt. Peter Moeller and Mrs. Shanti Indriani. Conveniently located in Jakarta’s central business district less than an hour from the capital city’s international airport, PT Promacindo offers audits and bridge equipment training on board, not only in Indonesia but also in Asia and Europe.

Mrs. Indriani is the backbone of the company and keeps the company on track. In charge of Office Management, Accounting and Legal affairs.

Promacindo follows the OCIMF, CSSF and other audit guidelines and is looking for not only continuously safety improvement on the technical side, but also to expand the safety awareness and knowledge of the crew.

Capt. Moeller is a Master Mariner and holds a diploma in Economics. During his active seafaring experience on various types of vessel: General Cargo, Container, Bulker, Tanker and Research Vessel. In total he served 10 years in command as Captain.

Capt. Moeller is certified by the DNV/GL as “Navigational Auditor” and “ISM/ISPS/MLC Auditor”.

In 2016 Capt. Moeller was awarded with the superb title “Maritime Trainer of the Year 2016”. He is well versed with all major ECDIS manufacturers, like: Transas, ChartWorld, Furuno, JRC, Danelec, Sperry and many more.

His fields of activities are:

  • Executing maritime training courses in the field navigation
  • Executing instructor training courses for Full Mission Bridge Simulators
  • Masterplan and Feasibility Studies for Maritime Training Centers
  • Crew assessment
  • Real Time Navigational Audits on board
  • 3rd party Training Center Assessment
  • ECDIS Implementation Consultancy for Shipping Companies

Until December 2019 Capt. Moeller executed the total of 105 navigational audits for numerous customers. Vessel audited includes: Gas-Carriers, Crude-Oil Tanker, Chemical Tanker, Container Vessel and Research Vessel.

With more than 40 years of professional experience Capt. Moeller gathered the respective know-how on shipboard operation, legal requirements in shipping and the human element in the maritime field.