About Us

Location Map

  1. PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Agri (ANJA)

    Binanga, North Sumatra

    ANJA was established in March 1986 and bought by ANJ in 2000 through Verdaine Investments Ltd. We acquired direct ownership in 2006. It is engaged in planting, developing and cultivating oil palms, delivering CPO and PK, and activities related to their production and marketing. It owns, manages and operates our North Sumatra I Plantation in Binanga, North Sumatra. Through its subsidiaries, it also holds interests in our six other oil palm plantations and landbanks. ANJA itself has a total of 9,954 hectares, of which 9,795 hectares are planted and contain matured oil palms. Its mill has a capacity of 60 tonnes per hour and processes FFB from our own plantation as well as FFB purchased from third parties.

  2. PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Agri Siais

    Padang Sidempuan, North Sumatra

    ANJAS was established in May 2002 and acquired by ANJA in November 2004. It owns, manages and operates our North Sumatra II Plantation at Padang Sidempuan, North Sumatra. ANJAS has a total area of 9,412 hectares, of which 7,912 hectares are planted and contain matured oil palms. It has a mill with a capacity of 60 tonnes per hour that primarily processes FFB from our plantation as well as FFB purchased from third parties.

  3. PT Sahabat Mewah dan Makmur

    Belitung, Bangka Belitung

    SMM was established in July 1985 and acquired by ANJA in March 2003. It is engaged in planting, developing and cultivating oil palms, delivering CPO and PK, and related activities. SMM owns, manages and operates our Belitung Island Plantation. The first seedlings were planted in 1990 and its processing mill was completed in 1996. SMM has a total area of 16,307 hectares, of which 14,191 hectares are planted and 12,078 hectares contain matured oil palms. It has a mill with a capacity of 60 tonnes per hour that primarily processes FFB from our plantation as well as FFB purchased from third parties.

  4. PT Kayung Agro Lestari

    Ketapang, West Kalimantan

    KAL was established in September 2004 and acquired by ANJA in December 2005. It owns, manages and operates our West Kalimantan Plantation in Ketapang, West Kalimantan. KAL has a total landbank of 17,998 hectares. The first seedlings were planted in 2010, and 12,087 hectares are now planted; of this, 9,985 hectares contain matured oil palms, 2,102 hectares are not yet matured of this planted area, 2,575 represents plasma. It has a mill with a capacity of 45 tonnes per hour that primarily processes FFB from our plantation as well as FFB purchased from third parties.

  5. PT Galempa Sejahtera Bersama (GSB)

    Empat Lawang, South Sumatra

    GSB was established in January 2012 and was acquired by ANJA in May 2012. GSB holds a location permit for 12,800 hectares of oil palm plantation in Empat Lawang, South Sumatra, and has completed planting of 618 hectares.

     

  6. PT Permata Putera Mandiri (PPM)

    South Sorong, West Papua

    PPM was established in July 2007 and acquired by ANJA in January 2013. It holds land cultivation rights for 26,571 hectares of oil palms (nucleus) and 5,454 hectares of oil palms (plasma) in South Sorong, West Papua. It began planting oil palms in 2014, and 2,501 hectares are now planted.

  7. PT Putera Manunggal Perkasa (PMP)

    South Sorong dan Maybrat, West Papua

    PMP was established in November 1999 and acquired by ANJA in January 2013. PMP holds land cultivation rights for 18,860 hectares of oil palms (nucleus) and 3,818 hectares of oil palms (plasma) in South Sorong and Maybrat, West Papua. It began planting oil palms in 2014, and 4,009 hectares are now planted.

  8. PT ANJ Agri Papua (ANJAP)

    South Sorong, West Papua

    ANJAP was established in September 2007 to develop and oversee ANJ’s project to build a sago starch business in West Papua. ANJAP holds a license to operate a concession of 40,000 hectares of sago forest in West Papua. ANJAP has a sago mill in West Papua with a capacity of 1,250 tons of dry starch per month, which we plan to expand to 2,500 tons per month.

  9. PT Lestari Sagu Papua (LSP)

    South Sorong, West Papua

    LSP was established in November 2011 to engage primarily in non-timber forest resources concession businesses and the processing of various kinds of sago starch, as well as the marketing and transportation of sago starch. It is still in development and has yet to commence operations.

  10. PT Austindo Aufwind New Energy (AANE)

    Belitung, Bangka Belitung

    AANE was established in October 2008 and operates ANJ’s biogas power generation business at our Belitung Island Plantation, using methane from waste material to generate electricity. In 2013 AANE was granted a license to be an independent power producer (IPP) and began commercial operation on December 31, 2013. In 2015, AANE expanded its production capacity from 1.2MW to 1.8MW.

  11. PT Gading Mas Indonesia Teguh (GMIT)

    Jember, Jawa Timur

    GMIT was established as PT Gading Mas Indonesian Tobacco in March 1970 and ran our tobacco business, which primarily processed tobacco bought from individual farmers in Indonesia for sale to cigar and cigarette producers in Indonesia, Europe and China. In 2012, GMIT began to gradually exit the tobacco business to focus on higher-value agricultural products such as edamame. Its name was amended to PT Gading Mas Indonesia Teguh in March 2015. GMIT has a joint venture with AJI HK Limited. AJI HK Limited subscribed 20% of the issued and paid-up capital of GMIT.

     

  12. PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Boga (ANJB)

    Jakarta

    ANJB was established by the Company in May 2013 to engage in our emerging food business. ANJB is developing product and marketing plans for our sago starch project.

  13. PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Tbk (ANJ)

    Jakarta

    PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Tbk (ANJ) is a holding company engaging primarily in oil palm plantations. The Company’s experience, expertise, and success have led to its business expansion. Currently, ANJ does not only focus on oil palm plantation, but also oversees sago project in South Sorong, West Papua (from harvesting to processing into sago starch) and edamame cultivation in cooperation with local farmers.