Sucofindo is the first inspection institution in Indonesia and was established on October 22, 1956. The Indonesian government is the major shareholder with 95 percent ownership, while the Societe Generale de Surveillance Holding SA (SGS) holds the remaining 5 percent.
Sucofindo started our business operation in trading, particularly agricultural commodities, in facilitating export-import of goods, and in securing national income from international trading.
Based on the history, the pawning business is inherent in daily life of Indonesian society, and has become a formal institution since the Dutch colonial era through Compagnie or VOC Oostindische Vereenigde that established a Van Leening Bank as a financial institution that provides loans to start-up the pawning system. Momentum Pegadaian institutions in Indonesia that occurred on August 20, 1746 in Batavia.
At the beginning of the Republic of Indonesia government era, Pegadaian Office once had moved out from Jakarta to Karanganyar, Kebumen, Central Java due to the war situation that heated up. The second Military Aggression of the Dutch had forced Pegadaian Office to be recolated to Magelang, Central Java. During post-war era, Pegadaian Office was transefered again to its early location in Jakarta and managed by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia.
PT Jasa Raharja (Persero) is one of the largest Indonesian state owned social insurance companies. The Company established in 1965 and 100% owned by the Government of Republic of Indonesia. The Company’s head office based in Jakarta and PT Jasa Raharja (Persero) has 28 branches, 61 representative offices, 50 service offices Jasa Raharja (KPJR) and 978 call centers are spread throughout Indonesia.
Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Aneka Tambang Tbk abbreviated PT ANTAM (Persero) Tbk (Perseroan) was incorporated on July 5, 1968 as Perusahaan Negara (PN) Aneka Tambang based on Government Regulation No. 22 Year 1968 resulting from a merger of the State General Mining Company, the State Bauxite Mining Company, the Tjikotok State Gold Mining Company, the State Precious Metals Company, PT Nikel Indonesia and the South Kalimantan Diamond Project.