PT. Transportasi Jakarta is a company that operates BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) transportation system which has been operating since 2004 in Jakarta. In 2015, PT Transportasi Jakarta began to operate in the form of BUMD. The number of labor involved in Transjakarta operations (Pramudi, bus officers, BRT station personnel, and janitors) is about 6,000 people serving 450,000 customers throughout Jakarta and surrounding areas.
PT Brantas Energi is a subsidiary of PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero), is an investment company in hydroelectric generator plant in Indonesia. We are rapidly expanding and continuously developing innovative solutions by investing in the construction of hydroelectric generator plant.
PT Energy Brantas activities undertaken up to 2015 is the exploration, development, construction, operational and maintenance. Entering the age of 4, activities business Brantas still dominated energy development activities.
On January 6, 1976, PT. Indonesia Asahan Aluminium (INALUM), a joint venture company between the Government of Indonesia and Nippon Asahan Aluminium Co., Ltd. was established in Jakarta. INALUM is to construct and operate the Asahan Project, in accordance with Master Agreement. The shareholding ratio between the Indonesian Government and Nippon Asahan Aluminium Co., Ltd. on the establishment of the company was 10% to 90%. In October 1978 the ratio changed to 25% to 75% and since June 1987 it has been 41.13% to 58.87%. The share composition then changed to 41.12% for the Government of Indonesia and 58.12% for NAA Co., Ltd. on February 10, 1998.
PT Patra Badak Arun Solusi (PBAS) is a subsidiary of Pertamina, Indonesia’s State Owned energy company, with the business scope includes EPC (Engineering Procurement Construction) Service, Commissioning & Startup, Operation & Maintenance, Plant Services and Training Services. PBAS is to accommodate and synergize 56+ years’ outstanding experiences of Pertamina Oil Refinery and Gas management and 40 years Badak LNG and Arun LNG world class operations. PBAS supported by resources and facilities of Pertamina, Badak LNG, Arun LNG, and our other networks in energy business in Indonesia and worldwide.
The origins of the National Public Procurement Agency (NPPA) / Lembaga Kebijakan Pengadaan Barang / Jasa Pemerintah (LKPP) came from a second echelon working unit called the Center for Public Procurement Policy Development (PPKPBJ in Indonesian). Formed in 2005, this unit is taksed to formulate government procurement policy and regulations; give public procurement-related technical guidance and advocacy; as well as facilitate the conduct of the public procurement specialist certification examinations.
PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) operates a coal mine in Sangatta East Kalimantan and is one of the largest export coal mines in the world. In order to maintain its position as world's most efficient coal producer, KPC is under taking formal continous business and performance improvement. PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) has mining concessions with a size of approximately 90,938 hectares in Sangatta and Bengalon in the East Kalimantan province of Indonesia. In 2012, KPC’s total coal production at the Sangatta and Bengalon mines reached 41.0 million tonnes up from 40.5 million tonnes in 2011.