Company Profile

A Brieft History

Company Profile

A brief History

A brief History

The manufacturing sub-sector development in Indonesia, especially in Jakarta, was followed by the growth of industrial zones which sporadically spread in various corners of the city. This condition requires the regional government to organize industrial activities in an effort to unite in a special area, so that it can be developed and provide benefits to the surrounding community.

The manufacturing sub-sector development in Indonesia, especially in Jakarta, was followed by the growth of industrial zones which sporadically spread in various corners of the city. This condition requires the regional government to organize industrial activities in an effort to unite in a special area, so that it can be developed and provide benefits to the surrounding community.

Pulogadung is the main choice, because of its strategic location and has adequate access to transportation and distribution throughout the Jakarta area. At that time Pulogadung was still in the form of unproductive land which consisted mainly of swamps. Through the Decree of the Provincial Governor of KDKI Jakarta No. Ib.3 / 2/35/1969 stipulated an area of ​​500 HA as the location of an industrial area under the name Pulogadung Industrial Estate.

As the first industrial area in Indonesia, Pulogadung Industrial Estate was initially managed through a project container, under the name of the Industrial Estate Pulogadung Project owned by the DKI Jakarta Provincial Government. In line with the increasing development of investment in Indonesia, especially in DKI Jakarta, the scope of work of the Pulogadung Industrial Estate Project is increasingly complex. And to support the development of the needs of the industrial community, the Government considers adjustment, both in terms of institutions and capital.

On June 26, 1973 PT. Persero Jakarta Industrial Estate Pulogadung (PT. JIEP) which replaced Pulogadung’s Industrial Estate Project with Notary Deed Abdul Latief No. 127 of 1973. The Republic of Indonesia’s capital participation in PT. JIEP, determined through Government Regulation No. 28 of 1973 and Provincial Governor Letter of KDKI Jakarta No. D.V-a.3 / 2/36/73. Until now the composition of shareholders of PT. JIEP is 50% of the Republic of Indonesia and 50% of the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta.

The Company has undergone several amendments to the Articles of Association, most recently amended by the Deed of Statement of Outside Meeting of the Company PT. Jakarta Industrial Estate Pulogadung or abbreviated as PT. JIEP (Persero) No. 25 dated 16 October 2009, which was approved by the Minister of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia based on the Decree AHU-AH.01.10-21151 dated 24 November 2009, both of which were made before Siti Rayhana, SH as a substitute for BRAY Mahyastoeti Notonogero, SH, Notary in Jakarta .

Board of Commissioners

Main Commissioner

Ir. Yurianto MA, MSc

Ir. Yurianto MA, MSc was born in Cilacap, March 23, 1963. Mr. Yurianto began his career in Government Agencies since 1989 at the Ministry of Commerce as the Indonesian Trade Staff.

In the period 1989 to 2016, he had served as Head of Service in various agencies under the auspices of the DKI Jakarta Province, and the latter he was listed as Head of the BUMD Development and Investment Board of DKI Jakarta Province.

He completed his S3 study in 2004 at Northeastern University Boston, USA, and in 2011 earned his doctoral degree at the Bogor Agricultural Institute.

He was appointed as the President Commissioner of PT JIEP on 26 October 2016 based on a decree signed by the Minister of BUMN and the Governor of DKI Jakarta Province as shareholders.

Commissioner

Bambang J. Pramono S, Si

He was born in Madiun January 4, 1965, He has a career as Operational Director of PT Bangun Andalan Perkasa Dia in 2007 until 2016.

His last education was graduating Bachelor of Statistics at the Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS) Surabaya in 1997.

He was appointed as Commissioner of PT JIEP on 26 October 2016 based on a decree signed by the Minister of BUMN and the Governor of DKI Jakarta Province as shareholders.

Commissioner

Sandra Firmania, SE, MH

She was born in Padang Panjang, December 14, 1970. She is listed as the Head of the Financial Services Business, Survey Services and Consultants Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises of the Republic of Indonesia from the present to the present.

Her last education was Master of Law from the University of Indonesia with a concentration in Economic Law with STTB 0149 / S2-FH / I / 2007 January 12, 2007.

She was appointed as Commissioner of PT JIEP on 26 October 2016 based on a decree signed by the Minister of BUMN and the Governor of DKI Jakarta Province as shareholders.

Board of Directors

President Director

Landi Rizaldi

This man who was born in Jakarta, November 22, 1971 began serving as Managing Director of PT JIEP since March 12, 2018. Early in his career as a property consultant at Colliers Jardine Indonesia in the field of Industrial Property Investment.

Later, he held various positions in several infrastructure and property companies, including as Managing Director of Jakarta Infrastructure Propertindo and Managing Director of Pulo Mas Jaya, a subsidiary of Jakarta Propertindo.

Landi obtained a Bachelor of Economics Management from Pancasila University, Jakarta, in 1996; then he took his education online and obtained a Real Estate Valuation Management Diploma from the Oxford Center for Real Estate Management, Headington Campus – Oxford Brookes University in England.

Director of Operations

Beta Sri Winarto

Appointed as Director of Operations and Development of PT JIEP on March 12, 2018.
Born in Surakarta on September 16, completed accounting education from the Faculty of Economics, Padjadjaran University in 1986 and studied the study of Corporate Restructuring at Harvard Business School (HBS Exed), Boston, USA.

Before accepting assignments as directors at PT. JIEP, worked as a consultant to the Main Directorate of PT Semen Tonasa in 2008 and then served at PT Kawasan Berikat Nusantara (KBN) in 2013. In 2015, he began working at PT Jakarta Industrial Estate Pulogadung as Head of the Property Management before being assigned as Director Operations and Development.

Director of Finance & Administration

Arief Adhi Sanjaya

Appointed as Finance Director of PT JIEP on October 17, 2018. He holds a Masters in General Administration from the National University of Singapore (2007) and a Masters in Law from the University of Indonesia (2005).

Before accepting the assignment as Director of Finance at PT. JIEP, he once had experience in the Republic of Indonesia Finance Department.

During his career at the Finance Department, he contributed a lot in various assignments such as modernizing the administrative system from reporting to auditing, to administration to policy recommendations.

Organizational structure

Our Vision

To be an independent developer that offers environmentally sound value-added products that meet international standards in the field of integrated areas for industry, business, real estate, and logistics.

Our Mission

  • Provide infrastructure and business facilities that are high quality and internationally competitive for the industrial and business communities within the area managed by PT JIEP.
  • Increase the value of the company on an on-going basis.
  • Make sustainable improvements in processes and procedures as well as develop skills that support development.
  • Synergize with state-owned enterprise and / or local government owned enterprise, both in the industrial area of business development, and in supporting the strengthening of the National Logistics System.
  • Develop Pulogadung Industrial Estate as the central location for the growth of creative industries and increase its value as the central location for research and development of world-class companies.
  • Build, improve quality, and integrate specific infrastructure to support KIP’s position in order to become the main distribution point for logistics and distribution.
  • Provide optimal contribution to Indonesia’s regional and national economy.