Jakarta exchange. Sector: Industrials. Industry: Marine Shipping. Location Indonesia, Jakarta Barat.

PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk [SMDR.JKIndonesia

2,500USD260 (+10.40%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

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About PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk

PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk, together with its subsidiaries, provides cargo transportation and integrated logistics services in Indonesia and rest of Southeast Asia, the Middle East, India, and internationally. It also offers container shipping services; container storage, port equipment maintenance and repair, and related services; and stevedoring and warehousing, freight forwarding, land transportation, and container freight station services. In addition, the company provides cargo inland transport, container depot, warehouse and distribution center, terminal, bulk carrier and tanker, offshore support, third party logistics, project logistics, and cold chain services, as well as offers cargo handling services. Further, it offers agency, ship management and related services, and oil and gas transportation services, as well as property investment, development and management, and construction services. In addition, the company provides consulting, employment, general support, IT, and conference and exhibition services. The company was founded in 1964 and is headquartered in West Jakarta, Indonesia. PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk is a subsidiary of PT Samudera Indonesia Tangguh.

PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk

PT Samudera Indonesia Tbk
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