PT Garuda Maintenance Facility Aero Asia Tbk ("GMF", "ticker code: GMFI") is a company engaged in the maintenance, repair, and overhaul of aircraft and industrial services. As the largest MRO service provider in Indonesia, with more than 70 years of experience, GMF originated as Garuda Indonesia Technical Division. Located in the Soekarno Hatta International Airport, GMF has customers from more than 60 countries worldwide. As a world-class MRO, GMF has obtained civil aviation authority certifications from more than 20 countries, including FAA (America), EASA (Europe), CASA (Australia), and DGCA (Indonesia). In 2017, GMF became a public company by releasing its share to the public. Currently, GMF is expanding its business by penetrating the industrial gas turbine engine market. Thus, GMF is expected to realize its vision to become the most valuable MRO company through its mission in providing integrated and reliable maintenance solutions as a contribution to the nation.
PT Pamapersada Nusantara (PAMA) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of PT United Tractors Tbk, a major distributor of Komatsu heavy equipment in Indonesia. PT Astra International Tbk, the major shareholder of PT United Tractors Tbk, is one of the largest and most respected companies in Indonesia.
The embryo of PAMA has commenced since 1974 in form of rental division at PT United Tractors, which engaged in construction project, mining and oil project, land preparation and logging. In 1993 this division changed into an independent company named PT Pamapersada Nusantara.
Career in LRT Jakarta (LRTJ). For LRT Jakarta, Human Resources is one of the most important asset and the main factor that determine the success of the company. LRTJ fosters long-term working relationship with its employees, a sense of togetherness between employees and the company to work together and create a sustainable career path.
LRTJ has ambitions to develop to be a modern public railroad transportation service provider company by promoting the principles of smart mobility to make the city of Jakarta a smart city concept.
Astra Infra is an Astra business group that is an investor-operator in Indonesian Infrastructure and wholly owned by PT Astra International Tbk.
To reflect the development of its business portfolio, in 2018 Astra Infra organized its business lines into Toll Road and Non-Toll Road. PT Astra Tol Nusantara is the holding company for toll road businesses, while PT Astra Nusa Perdana is the holding company for Logistics Infrastructure businesses.
KSO Pertamina EP - Indrillco Hulu Energy Ltd is a Partner Company of Pertamina EP for Exploration Production on UDR (UNO DOS RAYU) Block working area, in South Sumatra.
Indrillco Hulu Energy Ltd (IHE) is joint venture company between Indrillco Group and Samudra Energy Ltd under an operation agreement with Pertamina EP. The agreement was signed on December 2007 for period of working contract up to 20 (twenty) years.
PT KCIC has become a part of the Indonesian community to develop beyond transportation and offer more than just business, by creating harmony in combining transportation and regional integration, in a sustainable manner.
Founded in October 2015, PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia China (KCIC) is a joint venture between a consortium of Indonesian State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) through PT Pilar Sinergi BUMN (PSBI) and a consortium of Chinese railroad companies through Beijing Yawan HSR Co.Ltd, with Indonesia business to business (B2B) scheme in public transportation sector.