November 22nd, 2021
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IRJ Group explores cooperation in mining and power cable factories in Indonesia
Jakarta (ANN) – President Director of PT Imza Rizki Jaya (IRJ) Group, Dr (Cn) Hj Rizayati SH MM, is currently exploring cooperation with mining companies and cable factories in East Java.
This was said by Hj Rizayati in a meeting with copper mining entrepreneurs and cable manufacturer factory owners from cable companies in the Surabaya Industrial Estate (KIS) East Java, at the PT IRJ Group office, The Plaza Office, Plaza Indonesia Jakarta, Monday (22/11/ 2021).
The meeting also included Neti Setiawati, Chair of the HIWASI (Indonesian Ulama Women’s Association) central board council (DPP) of Golkar Party, who is also the Special Staff of the Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs. In the meeting, Hj Rizayati was accompanied by the General Manager (GM) of PT IRJ Group, Dr. Drs. Sayid Fadhil, SH, M. Hum, and PT IRJ Group’s Indonesia Terang House Program Manager, Erwin Rizkian.
As a top businesswoman, Hj Rizayati said he was happy to partner with all parties. During this time Hj. Rizayati mostly cooperates with foreign investors, such as Korean investors and investors from other countries. “But if there are local investors that can be developed, PT IRJ is ready to help and cooperate with local investors to export mining materials abroad,” explained Hj Rizayati at the meeting.
Indonesian heroine, nicknamed Cut Nyak Cahaya Jeumpa, said that the collaboration with this cable factory is closely related to the Indonesia Terang Program initiated by Hj Rizayati, who has been working in the field of Solar Street Lighting (PJUTS). “The electric cable factory is very closely related to PJUTS, because even though our lamps are solar energy sources, the lights also need cables,” explained wife of Imran Abdul Hamid.
Owners of PT. Cahaya Angkasa Abadi, a cable manufacturer from a cable company located in the Surabaya Industrial Estate (SIE) in Surabaya, East Java, Suswito said, mining producers, especially copper, are a lucrative domestic potential. “The main raw material for cable is copper. Currently, there are no cable factories in Indonesia that can connect directly with copper mining companies,” said Suswito.
Suswito added, to open up business opportunities in Indonesia, cable production is an industry that will always and will continue to grow for decades to come. “Copper mining potential in the country is quite tempting,” he said.
Meanwhile, Mr Park, is a representative of Korean investors who participated in the meeting, added that Korean investors currently need nickel and tin mines from Indonesia. “If there are nickel and tin mining companies in Indonesia that can already be exported to Korea, they can immediately enter into contracts with Korean companies,” explained Mr. Park. (fer/nug/red)