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.
The establishment of PT Wijaya Karya (Persero) Tbk. (WIKA) cannot be separated from development history of Indonesia after its independence. It was a nationalization of Dutch company, Naamloze Vennotschap Technische Handel Maatschappij enBouwbedijf Vis en Co or NV Vis en Co, on March 11, 1960.
WIKA business portfolio consists of five pillars, which are: Infrastructure & Building, Energy & Industrial Plant, Realty & Property, and Investment. WIKA’s running its business by using Forward and Backward strategy. Forward is WIKA’s Strategy to obtain all business that can be done in the future. Backward is WIKA’s Strategy to obtain all business or company that supports WIKA’s Key competences.
PT Adhi Karya (Persero) Tbk., (ADHI) started with a name Architecten-en-Ingenicure Annemersbedrijf Associatie Selleen de Bruyn, Reyerse en de Vries N.V. (Associate N.V.), a Dutch company that was nationalized on 11 March 1960, then changed its name to PN Adhi Karya. Along with ADHI journey, the nationalization process became the momentum that initiated infrastructure development in Indonesia. Then, based on the approval of the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Indonesia, since 1 June 1974, the status of PN Adhi Karya changed to a Limited Liability Company. In 2004, ADHI became the first construction company whose shares are listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Then as a publicly listed company, ADHI has been striving to continually maximize the performance for the benefit of all stakeholders as well as the rapidly increased Indonesian construction industry.
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.
The history of PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II began from the decision of the government of Republic of Indonesia in 1960 to establish State Enterprise of Pelabuhan I to Pelabuhan VIII as the managing parties for the sea ports all over Indonesia based on Government Regulation No. 19 / 1960 on public port management conducted by the port management agency (BPP). On 22nd February 2012, PT. Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero) well known as Pelindo II has launched a new identity and tranformed to became Indonesia Port Corporation or IPC. A leading provider of port services in Indonesia are more efficient and modern in many aspects of its operations in order to achieve the goal of being world class port operator.
As the first bank owned by the Government of Indonesia, PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero) Tbk, established in 1946 began its history by serving as the central bank as stipulated in Government Regulation in Lieu of Law No. 2/1946. In 1955, when the Indonesian government established Bank Indonesia as the Central Bank, BNI began operations as a commercial bank. Furthermore, the role of BNI as a bank that was mandated to improve the people’s economy and participate in national development was confirmed by Law No. 17 Year 1968 on Bank Negara Indonesia 1946.