Indonesian State – Owned Companies

Indonesian State – Owned Companies

PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk

PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk is one of Indonesia’s largest state-owned construction companies, which engages in 5 business lines: construction services, toll road investment, precast concrete, realty, and other infrastructure investment. Its main vision is to become Indonesia’s reliable and sustainable company in the field of integrated construction and investment.

Among its various projects are the toll road investment in Sumatera and in Java, LRT in South Sumatera, Soekarna Hatta International Airport’s Terminal 3 Ultimate, and also overseas projects such as Elevated Road Bridges at King Abdul Aziz Airport and King Abdullah Financial District in Saudi Arabia and Oecusse Road in Timor-Leste.


Established in 1981, INKA has been one of Indonesia’s state-owned companies in the field of rollingstock manufacture, maintenance & after sales service, and also total logistic solution. Among its products variant are passengers coach, LRT, EMU, DEMU, DMU, Locomotive, flat wagon, coal hopper wagon, and also special vehicle. Not only in Indonesia, INKA has also exported their products to Bangladesh (passenger coach), Thailand (ballast hopper wagon), Malaysia (power generating wagon), Singapore (well wagon), Philippines (locomotive), and also Australia (freight wagon).

PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk

PGN is one of Indonesia’s state-owned companies which work in the energy sector, especially in natural gas transportation and distribution sector. Apart from natural gas, PGN also produces and trades manufactured gas (hydrocarbon gas). PGN and its subsidiaries have developed and currently operate a distribution network that extends for 3,865 kilometers as well as a 2,047 kilometers-long transmission pipeline network. PGN’s operation are includes 17 over 34 provinces in Indonesia with more than 500,000 customers including household and industries.

History tells us that as far back as the eighth or ninth century, the Khmer Empire and the Medang Kingdom in Java enjoyed a robust friendship and a thriving relationship in trade, commerce, culture and the arts.

I strongly believe that was the foundation of the strong and multifaceted bilateral relationship between our two countries, Indonesia and Cambodia that we are able to witness today.

Under the able leadership of Pak Duta Besar H.E. Sudirman Haseng, the Indonesian business community has enjoyed tremendous support from the embassy. His contribution to the friendly relations between Indonesia and the Kingdom of Cambodia has greatly helped those of us who live and work in Cambodia.

Just as peace and stability are the requisite ingredients for a country’s socio-economic growth, bilateral relations between two countries that are built on mutual trust and constructive cooperation help their respective business communities to thrive, and allow them to give back to the host countries in their own ways.

It is therefore with great honor and joy that on this proud occasion of the 76th Independence Day of Indonesia, the management team and colleagues in SpeedWind Distributions Co., Ltd would like to join all well-wishers in conveying our best wishes of prosperity and success to the Government and people of the Republic of Indonesia.

SpeedWind Distributions Co., Ltd was founded in early 2018 to provide distribution, logistics and retail services for key players in Telecommunication and Electronics industry as well as FMCG.

Our differentiator is that we do so through our comprehensive distribution network with nationwide coverage across all 25 provinces in Cambodia, with an emphasis on speed, reliability, security and convenience. We currently have a total of 44 outlets across the country and a staff strength of more than 300, with a reach of 32,000 retail stores nationwide.

King Jayawarman of Angkor Dynasty had a close relationship with Syailendra Dynasty of the Kingdom of Mataram in Central Java, as well as the Kingdom of Sriwijaya in Sumatera. As the result of the long history of relationship, we share similarities of our culture, social as well as political life. Our ancestors had inherited us with precious bond of friendship.

As part of our joint efforts to reinvigorate and to promote further our bilateral cooperation, Indonesian Embassy in Phnom Penh, in cooperation with the Cambodia’s Ministry of Tourism, Apsara Authority and supported by Siem Reap Provincial Government, have organized a joint cultural performance in Siem Reap on 30 June 2021.

In addition to a serving platform for cultural exchange, tourism promotion and discussion on the possibility of travel bubble between Indonesia and Cambodia, the event was also part of our program to promote our cooperation in economy, trade, and investment. The event showcased Indonesia and Cambodia traditional dance performances.

Indonesia’s Vice Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, in her remarks delivered virtually during the event, expressed her appreciation of the joint tourism promotion and cultural exchange program. She reaffirmed support and commitment to encourage the speed recovery of Indonesia and Cambodia tourism. She especially mentioned that since Indonesia’s Borobudur and Cambodia’s Angkor have many cultural similarities, encouraged Indonesia and Cambodia to work together to revive the tourism sector, which can be started through those two world’s heritages. She also encouraged more event and joint program to help speed recovery of both countries’ tourism when the pandemic situation is conducive.

During the networking dinner, we also presented “Tumpeng “, a cone shape yellow rice as an iconic Indonesian way of expressing gratitude to the God the Almighty for His Mercy and blessing us with good health and prosperity.

The cone shape of the tumpeng represents the hope of prosperity, unity, welfare as well as the vertical and horizontal communication to the God and to fellow human being. Among Indonesian traditional dances performed on stage were Merak Dance and Ondel – Ondel. Those two dances represent the gracefulness and happiness, respectively.

While, among Cambodia’s traditional dances performed is Apsara Dance from Siem Reap dance troupe.

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