The Group's business contacts with Indonesia date back to the time around 1875. Regular supplies of railway material to Indonesia took place from 1876. More than 49.000 tons of rails were delivered to Indonesia up to the year 1890. After locomotives were added to the company's product range in 1919, Class 1C1 tender locomotives were supplied to the Dutch Indian State Railway in Java in the years thereafter. In 1976, 64% of Indonesia's diesel locomotives were from Essen. In 1961, the Indonesian government commissioned a consortium of Krupp, Siemens and Dr Otto to build a blast furnace plant in Lampong including coke plant and steam power station. Up to the Asia crisis, it was mainly today's Plant Technology business unit that was successful in Indonesia.
Among other things ThyssenKrupp Polysius built cement plants and coal grinding plants here, while ThyssenKrupp Fördertechnik supplied dredgers to Indonesia.
Since then, the Group's business with Indonesia has been stable at a much lower level. The main sales areas are products of the Business Areas Plant Technology, Steel Europe and Materials Services. For many years ThyssenKrupp has a Group Representative Office in Jakarta. In 2005 our Business Area Elevator Technology opened a sales and service company in Jakarta which had almost 130 employees in the fiscal year 2011/2012.
All details relate to continued operations and the 2011/2012 fiscal year, Annual Report, as of September 30, 2012.
For further information please contact our Group Representative for Indonesia:
Dieter G. Ziulkowski
ThyssenKrupp AG, Representative Office Indonesia
20/F, Tempo Scan Tower
Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said, Kav. 3-4
Jakarta Selatan 12950
Phone: +62 (21) 2939 2810
Fax: +62 (21) 2939 2804