15 Biggest Companies in Indonesia

Biggest Companies in Indonesia, Indonesia has a series of companies with the best performance and managed to get a fantastic net income. The largest companies in Indonesia are not only from state-owned companies, but also private-owned companies. The rankings of the following companies reflect good company performance and succeeded in earning net revenue worth trillions of rupiah. Such a result is obviously derived from a good corporate performance and one of which is reflected and the loyalty of the customer and the partner company to the company. By having loyalty, the company can run better and easier to expand the scope of the company's business. Here is the largest company based in Indonesia starting from the bottom sequence.


1. Indofood Company (Net Profit: Rp4 trillion)

PT Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk is a producer of all kinds of food and also beverage. The company headquarters is in Jakarta, Indonesia. First established on August 14, 1990 by Sudono Salim. Indofood has transformed into a total food solutions company whose operations cover all stages of the food production process starting from the production and processing of raw materials until it becomes the ready-to-eat final product.

2. Indocement Company (Net Profit: Rp 5 trillion)

PT Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa Tbk is one of cement producer in Indonesia and is the second largest producer in Indonesia. Indocement also produces ready-mix concrete and also aggregate and tras mine management. At least Indocement has 12 factories 9 of which are located in Citeureup, Bogor District, West Java. The other two are in Cirebon, West Java, and one is in Tarjun, Kotabaru, South Kalimantan.

3. Cement Indonesia Company (Net Profit: Rp 5 trillion)

PT Semen Indonesia Tbk formerly known as PT Semen Gresik Tbk is the largest cement producer in Indonesia. Some of PT Semen Indonesia Tbk's products include Portland Type 1 Cement, Portland Cement Type 2, Portland Cement Type 3, Portland Cement Type 5, Special Blended Cement, and Portland Pozzolan Cement. The location of this cement factory spread in Indonesia starting from in Sumatra, Java, and Sulawesi. While outside Indonesia, the company has a factory in Vietnam to supply cement needs throughout the country.

4. Gudang Garam Company (Net Profit: Rp 5 trillion)

PT Gudang Garam Tbk is a cigarette manufacturer from Indonesia which was first established by Surya Wonowidjojo on June 26, 1958. This company is included in the oldest and the fifth largest cigarette company after Djarum in the production of cigarettes kreket. Several subsidiaries of PT Gudang Garam Tbk include PT Surya Pamenang, PT Surya Madistrindo, PT Graha Surya Media and PT Surya Air.


5. Unilever Company (Net Provit: Rp 5 trillion)

Unilever is known as a multinational company engaged in the production of consumer goods with the main headquarters are in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The company was first established in 1930 and reportedly employed at least 206,000 workers. In Indonesia itself, Unilever was founded on December 5, 1933 under the name Zeepfabrieken N.V. Lever and changed its name to PT Lever Brothers Indonesia on July 22, 1980. Then, on June 30, 1997 the company officially changed its name to PT Unilever Indonesia Tbk with 15% shares registered on the JSX and Surabaya Stock Exchange in 1981. Several famous brands from Unilever Indonesia are Rinso, Sunsilk, Dove, and also Clear. Other companies that are also Unilever companies in Indonesia are PT Anugrah Lever, PT Technopia Lever, and PT Knorr Indonesia.

6. Perusahaan Gas Negara Company   (Net Profit: Rp8 trillion)

PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk is a state-owned company engaged in the transmission and distribution of natural gas. PGN's own business consists of several Natural Gas Distributions, Natural Gas Transmissions and Strategic Business Units which include SBU Distribution Area 1 to 4. Some of PGN's subsidiaries and affiliated companies are PT Transportasi Gas Indonesia, PT PGAS Telekomunikasi Nusantara, PT PGN Solution, PT Nusantara Regas, PT Saka Energi Indonesia, PT Gagas Energi Indonesia, and PTN Gas Energy Jambi.

7. HM Sampoerna Company (Net Profit: Rp10 trillion)

PT Hanjaya Mandala Sampoerna is the largest cigarette company in Indonesia with a center located in Surabaya, East Java. Prior to its acquisition, the company is purely a Sampoerna family company and now majority ownership is owned by Philip Morris International, known as the world's largest cigarette company and based in the United States.

8. BNI Company (Net Profit: Rp11 trillion)

Bank Negara Indonesia is one of the government banks currently headed by Achmad Baiquni as President Director. BNI itself is known as the oldest commercial bank in Indonesia established on July 5, 1946. It currently has no less than 914 branches across Indonesia and 5 overseas branches. Some of the companies included in the subsidiary of PT BNI Tbk are BNI Remittance Limited, PT Bina Usaha Indonesia, PT BNI Multi Finance, PT Artha State Financing, PT Sarana Bersama Pembiayaan Indonesia and PT Asuransi Tri Pakarta.

9. Telkom Company (Net Profit: Rp14 trillion)

PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (Persero) or known as Telkom is an information and communication company as well as a provider of telecommunication services and complete network in Indonesia. Telkom calls itself as one of the largest telecommunication companies in Indonesia with fixed subscribers reaching 15 million and mobile phone subscribers of 104 million. Telkom itself is one of the SOEs majority owned by the Government of Indonesia which is 52.57% and the rest is owned by the public, Bank of New York, and domestic investors.

10. BCA Company (Net Profit: Rp16 trillion)

PT Bank Central Asia Tbk or better known as BCA abbreviation is the largest private bank in Indonesia which was established on February 21, 1957 and was once part of the Salim Group company. BCA had been a state bank due to the 1998 crisis but in 2002, IBRA sold 51% of its shares in BCA through Farania Investment, Ltd., based in Mauritus. Currently, Farindo Investment Ltd holds 47.15% of BCA shares, under the general shareholder of the public at 49.94%. 1.76% of BCA shares are privately owned by Anthony Salim while BCA shares are bought back by 1.18%.

11. Pertamina Company (Net Profit: Rp18 trillion)

PT Pertamina is known as a state-owned company whose job is to manage oil and gas mining in the territory of Indonesia. In 2013 the company is included in the Fortune Global 500 sequence to 122. Pertamina was founded on December 10, 1957 in Jakarta and is now led by Dwi Soetjipto as President Director. Pertamina itself is actually a combination of Pertamina and Permina companies in 1968. The company's activities in terms of conducting business in the field of energy and petrochemicals are divided into upstream and downstream sectors as well as supported by the activities of several subsidiaries and joint ventures.

12. Telkomsel Company (Net Profit: Rp19 trillion)

Telkomsel is known as one of the cellular telecommunication operators in Indonesia established on May 26, 1995 and is headquartered in Jakarta. Currently PT Telkomsel Selular is led by Ririek Adriansyah as President Director. Telkomsel has more than 84,000 BTS and is able to reach 98% of the population in Indonesia. This makes it the largest mobile operator in Indonesia and the world's sixth largest in terms of subscriber numbers. Even in 2014 Telkomsel managed to become the market leader of the telecommunications industry in Indonesia with the number of subscribers reached 139 million.

13. ASTRA Company (Net Profit: Rp19 trillion)

Astra International is a multinational company that produces automotive whose base is in Jakarta, Indonesia. Astra was established in 1957 under the name of PT Astra International Incorporated and in 1990 the company changed its name to PT Astra International Tbk. The company has also been listed on the BEI since April 4, 1990 and majority of the shares are owned by Jardine Cycle and Carriage's with a percentage of 50.1%. The principal activities of subsidiaries include assembly and distribution of cars, motorcycles, and spare parts.

14. Bank Mandiri Company (Net Profit: Rp20 trillion)

Bank Mandiri is one of the banks that has its head office in Jakarta and is known as the largest bank in Indonesia valued from assets, loans, and deposits. Engaged in the financial services industry, Bank Mandiri is included in a State-owned Enterprise established on October 2, 1998 by the Government of Indonesia. The establishment of Bank Mandiri as part of the bank restructuring program is the unification of four predecessor banks, Bank Bumi Daya (BBD), Bank Dagang Negara (BDN), Bank Ekspor Impor Indonesia (Bank Exim), and Bank Pembangunan Indonesia (Bapindo). Total assets of Bank Mandiri in 2013 reached Rp670 trillion. The products offered from Mandiri Bank include Mandiri Tabungan, Mandiri Deposito, e-Toll Card, and others.

15. BRI Company (Net Profit: Rp24 trillion)

BRI or Bank Rakyat Indonesia was one of the government-owned banks initially established by Raden Bei Aria Wirjaatmadja in Purwokerto, December 16, 1895. Since its inception, BRI has remained consistent to focus their products on services to small communities by providing various credit facilities to small entrepreneurs . In addition, reflected also from the development of Small Business Credit distribution in 1994 with nominal sebesari Rp 6.419.8 billion and increased to Rp 8,231.1 billion in 1995. BRI shareholders are the government of the Republic of Indonesia with a percentage of 56.75% and the public by 43.25% .

Thus a brief review of the 15 largest companies in Indonesia in 2014 is reflected in the net worth achieved. This ranking can be used as reference material and general knowledge to some big companies that proved to have good performance so that managed to get high profit. This clearly reflects the company's ability to stay alive and sustainably in the future.

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