INTA strives to become a world-class standard corporation through a business that can develop the local economy in a mutually beneficial cooperation with clients, the government and business partners.
PT Intraco Penta Wahana (IPW) was established in February 2012 as transportation and trading equipment Construction Company. IPW is the sole distributor of Sinotruk (the largest manufacturer and exporter of heavy trucks in China), Bobcat (an important player in the world of compact equipment), Mahindra (the world's third largest agricultural tractor manufacturer) and Doosan (manufacturer of portable air compressors and light source producers lighting). IPW has a wide distribution and after-sales services throughout Indonesia and is supported by more than 214 employees. The advantage of IPW is that it is able to offer a very wide after-sales service through a variety of schemes according to the needs of end-users through sales or rent.
The track record of PT Karya Lestari Sumber Alam (KASUARI) since its establishment in 1998 includes the application and maintenance of mining equipment, as important to become a highly competent national mining contractor. The solutions offered are mining exploration, mine planning, infrastructure development, mining exploitation, and reforestation. KASUARI has handled projects including gold mining in West Java, nickel mining in North Maluku, and coal mining in East Kalimantan and Sumatra.
Intan Baruprana Finance Tbk has been listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange with the issuer code IBFN since 2014. IBFN was acquired by INTA since 2003 to complement INTA Group business structure with the purpose of realizing its vision as a total solution provider in the field of heavy equipment and mining. IBFN always seeks funding through domestic and foreign banks or financial institutions, as well as the capital market. IBFN also established a sharia business unit in 2010 to serve financing with the sharia concept. IBFN distributes capital goods financing for captive markets, namely heavy equipment marketed by its parent company, INTA, and for non-captive markets, namely capital goods marketed by companies outside INTA. IBFN captive market capital goods are capital goods in various brands such as Volvo, Sinotruk, SDLG, Mahindra, Bobcat, Doosan and Sany Palfinger. While non-captive market capital goods are all capital goods in various brands and types needed by prospective customers in various industrial sectors such as construction, land and sea transportation, mining, agribusiness, oil and gas, hospitality, hospitals, etc.
PT Columbia Chrome Indonesia (CCI) was established in 1991 as a foreign investment company and transformed into a domestic investment company in 1995. CCI began as plating and hydraulic specialist where CCI reliability is recognized among global construction companies. CCI, now has actively contributed in the business that focus on fabrication and infrastructure support services solutions for various sectors, ranging from the mining, industrial, oil and gas, marine and logistics sectors to infrastructure. CCI plays an important role in infrastructure development in Indonesia, especially in increasing local content. CCI has an important role in supporting government infrastructure projects such as Mold & Block Stressing Fabrication Pre-printed Concrete Light Rail Transit (LRT) projects and various oil and gas infrastructure, such as Butane Tank and Water Tank Construction Works. With the rapid improvement of infrastructure in Indonesia, CCI has an important role in development in Indonesia.
PT Inta Daya Perkasa (INDA) is part of INTA's latest business line, namely energy and electricity. INDA is engaged in a private power plant or 'Independent Power Producer' (IPP). INDA has obtained a contract from PT PLN (State Electricity Company) through its subsidiary, PT Electric Power Bengkulu (TLB) in collaboration with the Power Construction Corporation of China to build a Steam Power Plant (PLTU) with a capacity of 2x100 MW in Bengkulu province. The PLTU has been built since October 2016 and is planned to be operational in 2020 with a 25-year long-term contract that can generate recurring fixed income. In 2017, INTA also has a stake in PT Petra Unggul Sejahtera which is one of the owners of PT TJK Power, a 2x55 MW power plant that has been operating on the island of Batam.