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    KAI Again Hold Coffee Together with Passengers


    BANDUNG - Seeing the enthusiasm of the community towards the high and the 1st and 2nd edition of Ngopi Bareng KAI festival in 2018 which was so high, PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) again held a similar event with the tagline “Ngopi Bareng KAI #3” - Enjoy Your Journey With Indonesian Coffee

    The program is held for two days, Monday-Tuesday, 11-12 March 2019 and opened by the Commercial Director of KAI, Dody Budiawan, at Bumi Sriwijaya LRT Station, Palembang. For information, in the “Ngopi Bareng KAI #2” years ago, KAI received an appreciation from the Indonesian Record Museum with the title of "Initiator and Organizing the Most Distribution of Coffee on Railways and Stations".

    At this year's event, the public and train passengers can enjoy free coffee which KAI prepared a total of 50,000 cups at 17 stations in 15 cities and in 36 train names. The seventeen stations are Bumi Lviwijaya LRT Station, Palembang, Gambir, Pasar Senen, Bandung, Cirebon, Semarang Tawang, Purwokerto, Yogyakarta, Solo Balapan, Madiun, Surabaya Gubeng, Surabaya Pasarturi, Malang, Jember, Medan, Padang, and Tanjung Karang .

    When opening KAI Volume 3 copy at Bandung Station, Deputy Executive Vice President of Daop 2, Hendra Wahyono said that there were 30 participants who took part in this activity with a total of 7500 cups for free during the two days of activities.

    To offer free coffee at the station and train, KAI is working with the Kopi Nusantara Community to embrace 200 local baristas who will mix and offer free coffee to coffee lovers at the station and on long and medium-distance trains.

    The public and train passengers who want to get free coffee can simply show the KAI Access application that is already installed and registered on their cellphone to officers at the festival area at the station and on the train.

    In his speech, Dody Budiawan said that “Ngopi Bareng KAI #3” is a form of KAI's support to introduce local Indonesian coffee.

    "It is hoped that this activity can provide education as well as insights about coffee in the archipelago so that it can improve the competitiveness of native Indonesian coffee in the wider community," said KAI Commercial Director Dody Budiawan.jo

    Following is the Departure Train List for the “Ngopi Bareng KAI #3” Program March 11, 2019.

    Gambir Station:
    KA Argo Dwipangga, Taksaka Pagi, Taksaka Malam, Argo Bromo Anggrek, Bima, Gajayana, Sembrani, Argo Parahyangan, Purwojaya, Argo Lawu, Argo Sindoro, Cirebon Ekspres, Argo Jati.

    Pasarsenen Station:
    Gumarang, Jayakarta Premium, Senja Yogya, Menoreh.

    Bandung Station:
    Argo Parahyangan, Argo Wilis, Mutiara Selatan, Lodaya Malam, Harina.

    Yogyakarta Station:
    Taksaka Malam, Sancaka, Fajar Utama Yogya, Malioboro Express, Taksaka Pagi, Sancaka Sore, Main Senja Yogya,

    Purwokerto Station:

    Solo Balapan Station:
    Argo Dwipangga, Joglosemarkerto, Argo Lawu, Wijaya Kusuma

    Semarang Station:
    Joglosemarkerto, Argo Sindoro, Menoreh, Argo Muria, Ciremai

    Cirebon Station:
    Cirebon Ekspres, Argo Jati

    Surabaya Gubeng Station:
    Sancaka, Bangunkarta, Turangga

    Surabaya Pasarturi Station:
    Argo Bromo Anggrek, Gumarang.

    Malang Station:
    Malioboro Ekspres, Jayabaya, Gajayana, Bima, Majapahit

    Madiun Station:

    Departure Train List “Ngopi Bareng KAI #3” Program March 12, 2019.

    Gambir Station:
    Argo Muria, Bangunkarta, Gajayana, Bima,

    Pasarsenen Station:
    Fajar Utama Yogya, Gumarang, Jayabaya, Majapahit.

    Bandung Station:
    Ciremai, Turangga

    Solo Balapan Station
    Lodaya Pagi

    Surabaya Gubeng Station:
    Jayakarta Premium, Argo Wilis, Sancaka Pagi, Wijaya Kusuma

    Sta. Surabaya Pasarturi
    Sembrani, Gumarang, Harina

    Sta. Malang
    Gajayana, Bima, Mutiara Selatan, Malioboro Express

    Sta. Jember

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