Nestlé Indonesia is a subsidiary of Nestlé S.A. the leading company in the field of nutrition, health and wellness, with headquarters in Vevey, Switzerland. Nestlé SA was founded over 140 years ago by Henri Nestlé; a pharmacist who first mixed baby cereal to help a mother save her baby who was is very ill and unable to receive breast milk.
Nestlé has operated in Indonesia since 1971; at present we employ more than 2,600 employees to produce a variety of Nestle products at three plants. The Kejayan, Pasuruan, East Java, plant processes dairy products such as Dancow, Bear Brand and Nestlé Dancow Ideal; Panjang factory at Lampung processes Nescafé instant coffee and the plant in Cikupa in Banten produces confectionery products such as Fox's and Polos. Our fourth plant for the manufacture of Dancow, Milo, and Nestlé Cerelac baby cereal in Karawang.
The PT. Jawa Satu Power is a Joint Venture Entity between PT Pertamina Power Indonesia, Garuda Power Holdings B.V. and Sojitz Global Investment B.V. established on December 05, 2016 as a Special Purpose Company in running, controlling and managing the assets of Jawa-1 Power Plant business activities, which serves as the largest gas fired power plant with CCGT technology in Southeast Asia. The Company runs its business professionally by upholding an effective and efficient Corporate Governance Principles in order to provide continuous added values to Indonesia through stable power supply.
The Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs was formed on July 25, 1966 and was incorporated in the Ampera I Cabinet under the name Ministry of Economy and Finance, which at that time was held by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono IX. Then in the Ampera II Cabinet it changed its name to the State Ministry of Economy, Finance, and Industry, and in the Development Cabinet I it became the Coordinating Ministry for Economy, Finance, and Industry (EKUIN). In the dynamic process of government and economic development, this Ministry has also developed and has changed its name several times (see Names of Coordinating Ministers for Economic Affairs). The name "Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs" itself only started in 2000.