Established in March 1986, ANJA was acquired by ANJ in 2000 through Verdaine Investments Ltd. ANJ acquired and assumed all share ownership in August 2006. ANJA is engaged in planting, developing and processing of oil palm to produce crude palm oil (CPO) and palm kernel (PK). ANJA owns, manages and operates the North Sumatera Plantations I in Binanga. Through its subsidiaries, ANJA oversees six plantations and oil palm land banks.
ANJA has a total area of 9,935 hectares, of which 9,813 hectares are planted and mature. The oil palm mill processes FFB from the plantation as well as those purchased from third parties. This mill has a capacity of 60 tonnes FFB per hour.
SMM was founded in July 1985 and was acquired by ANJA in March 2003. SMM is engaged in the planting, development and processing of oil palm to produce CPO and PK. SMM owns, manages and operates Belitung Plantation.
The first oil palm seedlings were planted in 1990 and the establishment of an oil palm mill was completed in 1996.
SMM has a total area of 16,307 hectares, of which 14,227 hectares have been planted, and 13,682 hectares are mature. A processing mill is available to process FFB from the plantation, as well as FFB purchased from a third party. The mill has a capacity of 60 tonnes FFB per hour.
ANJAS was established in May 2002 and acquired by ANJA in November 2004. It owns, manages and operates the Company’s North Sumatra II Plantation at Padang Sidempuan, North Sumatra. ANJAS owns a total area of 9,639 hectares, of which 7,912 hectares are planted and mature. A processing mill is available to process FFB from the plantation as well as FFB purchased from third parties. The mill has a capacity of 60 tonnes FFB per hour.
KAL was established in September 2004 and acquired by ANJA in December 2005. It owns, and operates the Company’s West Kalimantan Plantation in Ketapang, West Kalimantan. KAL has a total of 16,620 hectares land. It holds land cultivation rights (HGU) for 10,920 hectares (nucleus), while 2,427 hectares are under the HGU certification process for plasma. The first seedlings were planted in 2010. From the 9,871 hectare area that has been planted, 6,181 hectares are mature, and 3,690 hectares are still immature.
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. GSB has planted an area of 279 hectares.
PPM was established in July 2007 and acquired by ANJA in January 2013. It holds a landbank for 26,571 hectares of oil palm plantation (nucleus) and for 5,454 hectares (plasma) in South Sorong, West Papua. It began initial planting in 2014.
PMP was established in November 1999 and acquired by ANJA in January 2013. PMP holds a landbank for 22,678 hectares of oil palm plantation (nucleus and plasma) in South Sorong and Maybrat, West Papua. It began the first planting in 2014.
ATI was established in July 1952 and acquired by ANJ in 1997. It is a holding company for ANJ’s minority stake in PT Simpang Kiri Plantation Indonesia, which has an oil palm plantation in southeastern Aceh.
SM was established in September 1962 and acquired by ANJ in 1997. It is a holding company for ANJ’s minority stake in PT Bilah Plantindo, which has an oil palm plantation at Kotapinang, North Sumatra.
ANJAP was established in September 2007 to develop and oversee ANJ’s Papua sago project focusing on building a sago starch business. ANJAP holds a license to operate a concession of 40,000 hectares of natural sago forest in West Papua. ANJAP owns a sago mill in West Papua that is in its final construction stage. Its soft launch was on 27 October 2015. The mill currently has a production capacity of 1,250 tons of dry starch per month, which will be increased to 2,500 tons per month.
LSP was established in November 2011 to engage primarily in non-timber forest resource 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 operation.
AANE was established in October 2008 and operates ANJ’s biogas power-generation business at its 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 31 December 2013. In 2015 AANE expanded its production capacity from 1.2MW to 1.8MW.
DGI was established in April 1999 to engage in electricity supply and to build, own, operate and sell geothermal and/or electricity. DGI owns a 5% participating interest in a consortium with Chevron Geothermal Indonesia Ltd and Chevron Darajat Ltd.
Since 2003, the consortium has acted under contract to PT Pertamina Geothermal Energy to develop and operate the geothermal power plants Darajat II and Darajat III, with a total capacity of 211MW, in the Darajat Geothermal Resource field in West Java.
GMIT was established as PT Gading Mas Indonesian Tobacco in March 1970 and ran a tobacco business, which primarily processed tobacco purchased from individual farmers in Indonesia for sale to cigar and cigarette producers in Indonesia, Europe and China.
Since 2012 GMIT has gradually exited the tobacco business to focus on higher-value agricultural products such as edamame. Its name was accordingly amended to PT Gading Mas Indonesia Teguh as of 12 March 2015.
ANJB was established in May 2013 by the Company to engage in the emerging food business. ANJB is involved in product development and marketing plans for the sago starch project.
PT Austindo Nusantara Jaya Tbk (ANJ) is a holding company engaging primarily in oil palm plantations and other new business: food products & renewable energy.