PT Freeport Indonesia is a mineral mining company affiliate of Freeport-McMoRan (FCX) and MIND ID Indonesia's Mining Industry. PTFI mines and process ores produces concentrates containing copper, gold and silver. We market concentrates all over the world, and mainly to domestic copper smelter, PT Smelting. We operates in the remote highlands of the Sudirman Mountain Range in Mimika Regency, Papua Province, Indonesia.
PT Virama Karya (Persero) is a consulting company specializing in engineering services and management in the field of road and bridge transportation and other civil engineering fields. At first, this company was a Dutch private company named NV. Architecten Ingenieurs Bureau Fermon Cuypers which was founded in 1961. The company was nationalized through government regulation (PP) No. 56/1961, and operates under the guidance of the Ministry of Electricity and Public Works. Then in 1970, it became a Persero PT Virama Karya based on PP No. 38/1970, with guidance from the Ministry of Public Works and the Ministry of Finance. From 1971 until now many works have been entrusted to PT Virama Karya, both for spatial planning, mapping, road and bridge as well as dam and irrigation work.
PT ASABRI (Persero) is a State-Owned Enterprise (SOE) in the form of Limited Liability Company in which all shares are owned by the Republic of Indonesia represented by the Minister of SOEs as the Shareholders or GMS based on the Regulation of the Government Number 41 of 2003 on the Allocation of position, tasks and authority of the Minister of Finance on Persero, Perum and Perjan to the state Ministry of State-Owned Enterprise.
PT Telkom Indonesia (Persero) Tbk (Telkom) is a state-owned information and communications technology enterprise and telecommunications network in Indonesia.
As it transforms to become a digital telecommunication company, TelkomGroup implements a customer-oriented business and company operational strategy. The transformation aims to trim down TelkomGroup’s organization to be leaner and more agile in adapting to the fast-changing nature of the telecommunications industry. The new organization is expected to be able to improve efficiency and be more effective in producing a quality customer experience.