Company News: PT Berau Coal
Updated: 24 Feb 2010
PT. Berau Coal was established in 1983 and is a first generation Coal Contractor. It produces coal in berau area of ast Kalimantan within the conession awarded to the Company under the Cal Development Cooperation Contract system established by the Government of Indonesia.
PT. Berau Coal is a joint venture between PT. Armadian Tritunggal (51%) dan Rognar Holding B.V (39%), a Netherlands company and Sojitz Corp. (10%) a Japanese company.
Mission: We are in the business of transforming and upgrading natural resources into energy, to be useful to mankind in enhancing their quality of life, thereby earning the respect and trust of our stakeholders.
Vision: Berau Coal will be the global coal mining enterprise, recognized through-out the world as the most admired by customers, competitors, investors, employee and community. We will be the standard by which other business measure their performance. Our trademark will be the innovation, initiative and teamwork of our people and our ability to anticipate and effectively respond to change and to create opportunity.
- Jl. Pemuda No.40
- Tanjung Redeb 77311, Berau
- Kalimantan Timur
- PO BOX 114
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