KPC wins more awards and recognitions

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PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC), Indonesia’s largest coal mining company,  has continually extended its series of achievements. Along with its increasing target of production, the subsidiary of PT Bumi Resources Tbk has won various kinds of awards from various institutions in Indonesia.

The latest award was given to the company for its achievement to implement its own Integrated Cattle Husbandry Program (PESAT) in its post-mining locations as one of the best programs of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in the country.

PESAT Program won the CSR award in the category of Outstanding Social Responsible Business Practice at the Indonesia's Best Corporate Social Initiative Award 2017, on Wednesday, August 30, 2017 in Penthouse Floor WTC, Jakarta.

The forum of Indonesia's Best Corporate Social Initiative was initiated by Mix Marcomm Magazine of the SWA Magazine Group. It is aimed at giving appreciation to business players who have implemented the best programs of CSR in the country. The award was presented by Kemal E. Gani, Group Chief Editor of Mix Marcomm and Lis Hendriani, Chief Editor of Mix Marcom Magazine, and was received by Eddie J Subari, Director of KPC.

Beside receiving the Award of Best Corporate Social Initiative, KPC had previously received an award from Bank Indonesia (BI) for its achievement as the best contributor of export foreign exchange in 2017. The award was presented by Bank Indonesia Governor Agus D.W. Martowardojo and was received by RA Sri Dhamayanti, Director of KPC, last July in Birawa Assembly, Hotel Bidakara, Jakarta.

KPC Finance General Manager Rio Supin admitted that until now his company has always ensured that all foreign exchanges derived from exports were received through local foreign exchange banks and reported the transactions according to the BI regulation. According to Rio, the export foreign exchange has contributed to the national economy.

Previously, KPC has also won two awards in the financial sector, namely the award for the biggest contributor of non-tax state income (PNBP), which is royalty, for the state budget (APBN) of Indonesia, and the award to appreciate its achievement as one of top 24 corporate tax payers with biggest contribution in the tax year of 2015.(*)