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Mahasiswa ITS Permudah Bongkar Muat Sapi Dengan Kubus Apung

Agung Purwandoko dan Muhammad Fawaid As’ad ketika menerima penghargaan dalam kompetisi The Annual Ling 11th Art Essay Competition 2018 Selama ini proses bongkar muat sapi di Pelabuhan Kalbut Kabupaten Situbondo dilakukan begitu saja dengan melemparkannya ke laut. Hal ini menginspirasi mahasiswa ITS untuk membuat desain dermaga apung , guna menekan angka kematian sapi akibat proses bongkar muat tersebut. Berkat inovasinya, tim tersebut berhasil meraih first runner up dalam kompetisi The Annual Ling 11th Art Essay Competition 2018 yang diadakan oleh Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES) pada 6 Oktober 2018. Selama ini, sapi-sapi di Pelabuhan Kalbut terpaksa dilemparkan langsung ke laut karena kapal pengangkutnya tidak dapat bersandar langsung di dermaga utama. Adalah Agung Purwandoko dan Muhammad Fawaid As’ad, dua mahasiswa asal ITS yang mengusulkan untuk membangun dermaga apung sebagai solusi dari permasalahan ini. Dikatakan Agung, kapal pengangkut tidak dapat bersandar di dermaga u
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