PT Dirgantara Indonesia (PTDI) / Indonesian Aerospace is an Indonesian state owned enterprise that was established in 1976. PTDI manufacturing site is in Bandung, Indonesia.
The company main products are aircrafts, aircraft structure component, aircraft services, and engineering. PTDI Assembly Lines produce various types of CN235 under TC for civil or military transport, maritime patrol, surveillance, and coast guard.
Other than those, the Assembly Lines also produce under licenses the NC212-200, NAS332 Super Puma and NBell412-EP. Under the Strategic Agreement with Airbus Military, the PTDI Assembly Line produces NC212-400 and the PTDI Delivery Center will soon start deliveries of the CN295 from Bandung Indonesia. PTDI has delivered over 400 aircraft to 49 civil and military operators.
PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) is a State-owned enterprises (SOE) engaged in the courier services, logistics, and financial transactions. The name of PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) is officially used in 1995, having previously used the name dinas PTT (Posts Telegraaf end Telefoon Diensts) in 1906; then turn into Djawatan PTT (Postal Telegraph and Telephone) in 1945; then changed status to Posts and Telecommunications State Corporation (PN Postel) in 1961; and became a PN Post & Giro in 1965, and later became Post and Giro Public Corporation in 1978.
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.