03 Sep 2021
JAKARTA, investor.id – PT Transkon Jaya Tbk (TRJA) expands its operations to North Kalimantan. This expansion aligns with a collaboration contract with customers in the Kalimantan region.
Corporate Secretary of Transkon Jaya, Alexander Syauta, explained that entering the third quarter of 2021, Transkon Jaya is expanding its operations in North Kalimantan, marking the latest point on the company’s distribution map.
“This project is a collaboration between Transkon Jaya and an existing customer, providing evidence of the high quality of the company, allowing customers to trust Transkon Jaya for the procurement of operational vehicles in mining areas,” he clarified in an official statement on Friday (3/9).
Currently, Transkon Jaya is preparing accessories for more than 50 vehicles from a Single Brand Holder Agent (ATPM) to be delivered to customers. The company also maintains a queue of hundreds of vehicle orders, with the current stock being prepared by the ATPM.
For this latest project, Transkon Jaya has identified promising opportunities in the mining sector. Currently, commodity prices continue to soar due to high demand from several countries.
However, Transkon Jaya is also exploring potential beyond the mining industry. In the second semester of 2021, Transkon Jaya secured several new contracts in the infrastructure and other mineral mining sectors, such as nickel and gold.
“This is the goal of Transkon Jaya to attract clients from sectors other than coal, while also supporting the global program to reduce carbon emissions,” he said.
Furthermore, the addition of project locations and business line variations serves as motivation for Transkon Jaya to continue its presence and provide the best services to customers. Through this strategy, Transkon Jaya has taken on a role in supporting economic growth in Indonesia.
In the second semester of 2021, Transkon Jaya hopes to secure four new contracts with a value of IDR 125 billion. These contracts will last for 4-5 years.
So far, the company is working on these contracts. “We have started receiving vehicles from ATPM and are in the preparation process before handing them over to customers,” he explained.
Through these new contracts, the company aims to grow revenue by around 10% this year. In addition to securing new contracts, the company will also boost performance through a capital expenditure (capex) allocation of IDR 100 billion. This capex will be used for financing and capital, such as down payments for the purchase of new vehicles.