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Location and General Features
Eastkal supply base is strategically located and has favorable topography to support
The Eastkal supply base is strategically located in East Kalimantan, along the Riko river
approximately 7 km west of Balikpapan City. It is accessible by speed boat - approximately
15 minutes from Balikpapan harbor - as well as by land. It is built on 87 ha of land of which,
30 ha have been cleared and par5ally developed and alongside a 1km waterfront with water
depth of 8 to 12 meters.
The base is located on a flat topography, along a coastline that experiences relatively calm
tides; enabling vessels to dock easily at the jetty. The jetty can support vessels of up to
10,000 DWT and is able to service up to two vessels at any one time. The supply base is also
located far away from the local housing areas, thus enabling it to operate twenty four hours a
day, seven days a week.
These features provide Eastkal supply base with great operational flexibility, allowing it to
meet the demands of its customers and optimize utilization.

PT Gresik Distribution Terminal (GDT)
GDT merupakan perusahaan patungan antara Astra (40%) dengan PT Shell Indonesia dalam
usaha penampungan bahan bakar minyak di kawasan Gresik, Jawa Timur.
PT Pelabuhan Penajam Banua Taka
Pada saat ini PT Pelabuhan Penajam Banua Taka sedang membangun pelabuhan yang
terletak di Kabupaten Penajam Paser Utara, Kalimantan Timur.

acquire 100% of PELABUHAN PENAJAM
for Rp 550b.
Indonesia-based business group - Astra International has declared on Thursday that the
company is ready to acquire the entire assets of Pelabuhan Penajam Banua Taka, a port
operator from East Kalimantan. The company will spend up to Rp 550 billion ($57 million)
for the acquisition of Pelabuhan Penajam.
Astra will buy the stake via Astratel Nusantara, the infrastructure and logistics arm of Astra
Astra s acquisition of significant logistics assets signifies the company s diversification past
the automotive distribution business - its usual field of concentration. It will acquire the
Pelabuhan Penajam s entire stakes from three investors, of which 70% will come from
Bahana TCW Investment Management. The Bahana Securities will deliver 10%, while the
rest 20% will be offered by individual businessmen in East Kalimantan. Both Bahana TCW
and Bahana Securities are parts of Bahana Group.
Astra will acquire a 100 percent stake in Pelabuhan for between Rp 500 billion and Rp 550
billion, stated Edward P. Lubis, Bahana TCW s President Director on Thursday in Jakarta.
East Kalimantan s Penajam-based Eastkal Port Supply Base of Pelabuhan Penajam will be
utilized to transport coal and crude palm oil. The construction of the port, which was started
four years back, has been managed by the state-run construction entity - Pembangungan
Perumahan (PTPP).
Besides infrastructure and logistics division, Astra International also owns dedicated arms for
the automotive sector, financial services, distribution of heavy equipment, and agribusiness as
well as information technology.
Astratel is keen to benefit from the Government s growing expenditure on projects for
developing infrastructure, like ports and toll roads. It spent Rp 750 billion in 2012 to acquire
a 95% stake in the toll-road operator - Marga Hanurata Intrinsic.
Marga Hanurata manages the 41-kilometer toll road amid Kertosono and Mojokerto on the
suburbs of Surabaya.
Astra International is likely to announce its 2012 financial results by next few weeks.
The company, with a market capitalization of Rp 313.7 trillion, earned a net income of Rp
14.7 trillion during the first 9 months of 2012, reflecting a 9% growth from the similar period
in 2011. There was a 20% growth in revenue in the reviewed period to Rp 143 trillion.
The auto sales in Indonesia rose 26.5% to 96,656 vehicles in January, reflecting a robust
beginning of 2013 subsequent to an unprecedented last year that witnessed vertical rise in
wages and regime of low-interest rates.
Astra offers top brands such as Toyota, Daihatsu and Isuzu, facilitating it to take a share of 55%
in domestic car sales amid January-September period of 2012.
Astra receives the largest part of its revenue from its automotive division, while it is
expanding its other businesses, counting infrastructure, as well.