STRATEGY MINING TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT WITH HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS PROCESS APPROACH IN SOUTH SULAWESI
Publication Date : 01/01/2018
Development of the transportation system is an important part of mining companies because of its existence in remote areas demands integrated and integrated land and river modes. This study questioned the ability of integrative fuzzy AHP approach in developing multi-modal transportation system. Previous studies have never integrated the three approaches at once in solving a strategic problem. This study integrates the Resource Based View (RBV) approach and environmental approach to underpin the design of development of the transportation system. Research method relies on an AHP fuzzy questionnaire and in-depth interviews with respondents from PT Vale Indonesia as the foundation for the drafting of House of Quality (HoQ). It was found that the PT Vale mine transportation system rested on a land route from Makassar - Sorowako and Balantang - Sorowako, and the river route from Bone Bay to Balantang Port. The special mining road lies on the route between Malili - Sorowako. Results of the interviews reveal a number of criteria highlighted in this system: road lengths, road violence, road damage, adequacy of signs, landslide potential, residential extensions, livestock, and trees and utilities on the road, depth and width of the river, and river clearance. There are also issues on Malili - Sorowako road replacement and replacement of Balantang Port, as well as licensing issues. All of these criteria are then selected using the AHP fuzzy questionnaire.
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