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Jakarta Post

10 Indonesian companies to build infrastructure in DR Congo

  • News Desk

    The Jakarta Post

Jakarta   /   Thu, January 23, 2020   /  07:43 pm
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A number of executives (from left), PT Dirgantara Indonesia director of commerce Ade Yuyu Wahyuna, PT Merpati Nusantara Airlines president director Asep Ekanugraha, TSG Global Holdings CEO Rubar Sandi, PT Wijaya Karya president director Tumiyana, PT Industri Kereta Api president director Budi Noviantoro and PT Len Industri operational director Linus Andor Mulana Sijabat, brief reporters during a press conference after the signing of a memorandum of understanding in South Jakarta on Jan. 22.(JP/mfp)

As many as 10 state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and private companies are to team up with a United States-based construction service provider, Sandi Group (TSG) Global Holdings to build infrastructure and provide aircraft maintenance in in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on business cooperation signed in Jakarta on Wednesday, the 10 Indonesian companies would be involved in building such facilities as a solar power plant and railroads, as well as selling aircraft and providing aviation maintenance in the Central African country, while the Sandi Group is to finance the projects. “We are working with five SOEs to expand their businesses inside Indonesia and to take them outside of Indonesia, specifically to the Democratic Republic of Congo,” TSG Global Holdings chief executive officer Rubar Sandi told reporters at a press con...