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List of companies of Indonesia

Location of Indonesia

Indonesia is a unitary sovereign state and transcontinental country located mainly in Southeast Asia with some territories in Oceania. Indonesia's economy is the world's 16th largest by nominal GDP and the 8th largest by GDP at PPP, the largest in Southeast Asia, and is considered an emerging market and newly industrialised country. Indonesia has been a member of the United Nations since 1950. Indonesia was an organizer of the Bandung Conference[1] and was the founder of Non-Aligned Movement; and also the founding member of Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, East Asia Summit, and Organisation of Islamic Cooperation. Indonesia is a member of the G20 major economies, OPEC, and World Trade Organization.

For further information on the types of business entities in this country and their abbreviations, see "Business entities in Indonesia".

Largest firmsEdit

This list shows firms in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks firms by total revenues reported before March 31, 2017.[2] Only the top five firms (if available) are included as a sample.

Rank Image Name 2016 Revenues (USD $M) Employees Notes
289   Pertamina $36,487 27,227 State-owned oil and natural gas company based in Jakarta. The firm recently entered the list at #122, but sustained declines in revenues has moved them down more than 100 positions on the list.

Notable firmsEdit

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.

Notable companies
     Active      State-owned      Defunct
Name Industry Sector Headquarters Founded Notes Consumer services Hotel reservations Surabaya 2011 Online hotel reservations and Travel agency
Airfast Indonesia Consumer services Airlines Tangerang 1971 Private airline
Alumindo Light Metal Industry Industrials Aluminium Surabaya 1978 Aluminium foil
Angkasa Pura Industrials Transportation services Jakarta 1962 State-owned airports
Astra International Conglomerates - Jakarta 1957 Automotive, financials, industrials, technology
Badak NGL Industrials Gas refineries Bontang 1974 State-owned natural gas refineries
Bank Central Asia Financials Banks Jakarta 1957 Bank
Bank Danamon Financials Banks Jakarta 1956 Bank
Bank Mandiri Financials Banks Jakarta 1998 Bank
Bank Maspion Financials Banks Surabaya 1989 Bank
Bank Negara Indonesia Financials Banks Jakarta 1946 Bank
Bank Rakyat Indonesia Financials Banks Jakarta 1895 Micro-finance bank
Bentoel Group Consumer goods Tobacco Malang 1930 Tobacco
Bumi Resources Basic materials General mining Jakarta 1973 Mining
D~Net Consumer service Technology Surabaya 1997 Internet service provider
Djarum Consumer goods Tobacco Kudus and Jakarta 1951 Tobacco
Dragon Computer & Communication Technology Computer hardware Jakarta 1980 Computer hardware
Elex Media Komputindo Consumer services Publishing Jakarta 1985 Publisher
Femina Consumer services Media Jakarta 1972 Weekly magazine
Garuda Indonesia Consumer services Travel & leisure Tangerang 1949 State-owned airline
Greenfields Consumer goods Dairy products Malang 1997 Milk and other dairy products
Gudang Garam Consumer goods Tobacco Kediri 1958 Tobacco
Gunung Agung Consumer services Specialty retailers Jakarta 1953 Bookstores
Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Industrials Building materials & fixtures Jakarta 1985 Cement, part of HeidelbergCement (Germany)
Indofood Consumer goods Food products Jakarta 1968 Food production
Indonesian Aerospace Industrials Aerospace Bandung 1976 State-owned aircraft design
Indonesian Bureau of Logistics Consumer goods Food products Jakarta 1967 Food distribution
Indosat Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Jakarta 1967 Telecommunications network
Industri Kereta Api Industrials Locomotive and railways Madiun 1981 Locomotive and railway manufacturers
Infomedia Nusantara Consumer services Publishing Jakarta 1975 Directory publisher
Ispat International Industrials Steel Sidoarjo 1978 Steel producer
Jalur Nugraha Ekakurir (JNE) Industrials Delivery services Jakarta 1990 Express logistics
Java Integrated Industrial and Port Estate Industrials Ports and real estates Gresik 2015 Ports and real estates
Jawa Pos Group Consumer services Media agencies Surabaya 1949 Media holding
Kalbe Farma Health care Pharmaceuticals Jakarta 1966 Pharmaceuticals
Kedawung Setia Industrial Industrials Home appliance Surabaya 1973 Home appliance
Kereta Api Indonesia Industrials Railroads Bandung 1945 State-owned railway
Kimia Farma Health care Pharmaceuticals Jakarta 1971 State-owned pharma
Kompas Gramedia Group Consumer services Media agencies Jakarta 1965 Media holding
Krakatau Steel Basic materials Iron & steel Cilegon 1970 State-owned steel
Lion Air Consumer services Airlines Jakarta 2000 Low-cost airline
Lippo Group Financials Real estate holding & development Jakarta 1950 Development
Maspion Industrials Electronics Surabaya 1962 Home electronics and home appliance
Matahari Consumer services Broadline retailers Tangerang 1982 Department stores
MedcoEnergi Oil & gas Exploration & production Jakarta 1980 Energy, oil and gas
Media Nusantara Citra Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Jakarta 1997 Media
My Kopi-O! Franchising Coffeehouse chains Surabaya 2010 Coffeehouse and Bistro
Pabrik Kertas Indonesia Industrials Paper industry Surabaya 1977 Pulp and paper industry
Pakuwon Jati Real estate Real estate development Surabaya 1982 Real estate development and Shopping malls
Panin Sekuritas Financials Investment services Jakarta 1989 Broker
Penataran Angkatan Laut Industrials Shipbuilders Surabaya 1939 State-owned shipbuilding design
Pegadaian Financials Consumer finance Jakarta 1901 State-owned financial services
Pelni Industrials Marine transportation Jakarta 1952 Shipping
Polygon Bikes Industrials Bicycles Sidoarjo 1989 Bicycle manufacturing
Pos Indonesia Industrials Delivery services Bandung 1995 State-owned postal service
Pertamina Oil & gas Integrated oil & gas Jakarta 1957 State-owned oil and natural gas
Perusahaan Gas Negara Utilities Gas distribution Jakarta 1965 State-owned natural gas transportation
Perusahaan Listrik Negara Utilities Conventional electricity Jakarta 1945 State-owned electrical distribution
Petrokimia Gresik Industrials Fertilizer and chemicals Gresik 1972 State-owned fertilizer and chemical producers
Phillip Securities Indonesia, PT Financials Investment services Jakarta 1989 Financial services
Pindad Industrials Defense Bandung 1808 State-owned defense
PT Lapindo Brantas Oil & gas Exploration & production Jakarta 1996 Oil and gas
PT Metro Supermarket Realty Tbk Consumer services Food retailers & wholesalers Jakarta 1955 Supermarkets
Pupuk Kalimantan Timur Industrials Fertilizer and chemicals Bontang 1977 State-owned fertilizer and chemical producers
Salim Group Conglomerates - Jakarta 1972 Industrials, financials, consumer goods
Sampoerna Consumer goods Tobacco Surabaya 1913 Tobacco
Semen Indonesia Industrials Building materials & fixtures Gresik 1957 Cement
Siantar Top Consumer goods Food products Sidoarjo 1972 Snack products
Suparma Industrials Paper industry Surabaya 1976 Pulp and paper industry
Susi Air Consumer services Airlines Pangandaran 2004 Charter airline
Telkom Indonesia Telecommunications Fixed line telecommunications Bandung 1856 Telecommunication services
Telkomsel Telecommunications Mobile telecommunications Jakarta 1995 Mobile network, part of Telkom Indonesia
Trans Corp Conglomerates - Jakarta 2006 Media, consumer services, real estate, part of CT Corp
Unilever Indonesia Consumer goods Personal products Jakarta 1933 Personal care products, part of Unilever (Netherlands)
United Tractors Industrials Commercial vehicles & trucks Jakarta 1972 Heavy equipment
Waskita Industrials Heavy construction Jakarta 1961 State-owned construction
Wings Consumer goods Food products and cleaners Surabaya 1948 Food products, cleaners, and soap producer
Wismilak Group Consumer goods Tobacco Surabaya 1962 Tobacco

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ University of Chicago, Bandung Conference
  2. ^ DeCarlo, Scott (20 July 2017). "The Fortune 2017 Global 500". Fortune.

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