At AirAsia, we see ourselves as not so much an airline operator but more of a people company that happens to be in the airline business. Understanding people enables us to realize the true needs of discerning travellers and provide paramount services and products to deliver utmost satisfaction to our guests, each and every one with unique requisites and expectations.
PT. Geo Dipa Energi (Persero) is a State-Owned Enterprise (BUMN) which is engaged in geothermal resource management, currently the Company manage geothermal field and geothermal power plant (PLTP) in Dieng, Jawa Tengah and Patuha, Jawa Barat.
PT Geo Dipa Energi opens career opportunity for the best Indonesian candidates to take part in developing Geothermal Power Plant potential. Please join us to realize the government program in maintaining National Energy Security.
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Telkomsel is a leading cellular operator in Indonesia, which serves more than 130 million customers, thus representing around 52% amongst big 3 cellular operators at the end of 2013. Operating since 1995, Telkomsel is the subsidiary of PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (65%) and Singapore Telecom Mobile Pte Ltd (35%).
TRANS7 with a commitment to serving the information and entertainment shows, graced the screen in the living room of Indonesia viewers. Starting from the strategic cooperation between the Para Group and the Kompas Gramedia Group (KKG) on August 4, 2006, TRANS7 born as a private station that presents impressions that promotes intelligence, sharpness, warmth and full of entertainment and active personality.
Asuransi Jasindo is a State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) which establised based on Government Regulation No. 10 / 1973 concerning on the State Participation to establish limited company in General Insurance. The Company is a merged of 2 (two) State-Owned Enterprises, PT Umum International Underwriters and PT Asuransi Bendasraya.
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.