PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk is a publicly listed cement company. Its majority share (80.65%) is owned and managed by Swiss-based LafargeHolcim Group, which is made up of the world’s largest cement companies, with more than 81,000 employees operating in more than 80 countries.
The Company is headquartered in Jakarta and its four plants are located in Narogong (NAR) in West Java, Cilacap (CIL) in Central Java, Tuban (TUB) in East Java and Lhoknga (LHO) in Aceh (through operation of its subsidiary, PT Lafarge Cement Indonesia). The current total capacity of our plants is 15 million tons. The cement terminals in Lampung and the new cement warehouse in Palembang, which should be commissioned in 2018, strengthen Holcim’s presence in Sumatra.
Since starting in 1958 in Bandung, West Java and then changing our name in 1986 to Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional, BTPN has come a very long way.
It was listed on the Jakarta Stock Exchange in 2008 and a year later added micro-financing to its portfolio of pension banking services.
Recognising that today's challenges are forcing businesses to change the way they operate, we have taken a step further, by creating and launching Daya in 2011. This mass market enablement platform which seeks "to increase the significance potential of every Indonesian" is close to the heart of the BTPN business ethos and intent.
Bank CIMB Niaga was incorporated on 26 September 1955 under the name of Bank Niaga. During the initial decades of its operations, the Bank’s focus was on building core values and developing professionalism in banking. Since 2007, Khazanah as the ultimate shareholder of Bank Niaga (via CIMB Group) and of LippoBank, had envisaged the merger as a means to secure the majority shareholders’ obligations toward Bank Indonesia’s Single Presence Policy. The merger makes Bank CIMB Niaga the 5th largest bank in terms of assets, deposits, lending and branch distribution network.
PT. Gudang Garam Tbk is one of the leading cigarette producers that secures the largest market share in Indonesia, produced more than 70 billions sticks in the year 2001 and well-known as the high quality kretek cigarette producer.
Established in 1958, at the present has 45.000 employees with 24 products that has distributed in all over Indonesia, such as Surya 16, Surya 12, GG International, GG Merah, and Surya Pro Mild.
PT Home Credit Indonesia established its business activities in Indonesia in 2013. Our journey in Indonesia began in the Jabodetabek area closely followed by expansion to Bandung, Makassar, Surabaya, Yogyakarta, Semarang, Malang, Denpasar, Pekanbaru, Medan, Batam, Palembang, Banjarmasin, Pontianak, Manado, and Balikpapan. We plan to expand further and expect to be in all major regions and cities in Indonesia by 2018.
PT Trakindo Utama (Trakindo) is the world-class heavy equipment solution provider of Caterpillar machines and engines in Indonesia. Trakindo was founded in 1970 by AHK Hamami and has been an authorized distributor for Caterpillar since 1971.
Today, with a proud history of more than 45 years, Trakindo has grown today into a company that actively contributes to Indonesia’s national development.