InfoSAWIT, JAKARTA —Minister of Enterprises, Rini Soemarno did work visit to some potential regions in South Bandung which Holding Perkebunan Nusantara PTPN III (Persero) coordinated by taking, such as, PT Perkebunan Nusantara VIII, Perum Perhutani, PLN, Telkom, Mandiri, BNI, BTN, BRI, PNM, and PIHC. Minister of Enterprises sawKebun Rancabali, South Bandung which the subsidiary of Holding Perkebunan Nusantara, PTPN VIII manages and repaired five houses of the employees of PTPN VIII.
In her visit, Secretary of Enterprises did dialog and discussed with the employees, the villagers, the leaders in the government in person. She explained that the work visit was the effort of the ministry to support some potential regions in South Bandung that the Enterprises manages, and also as the synergy of Enterprises to realize the good families in Indonesia.
“Through this visit work, we could interact and see directly the developmental progress in our subsidiaries and could help the better development,” she said in the official statement to InfoSAWIT.
Director of Holding Perkebunan Nusantara PTPN III (Persero), Dolly P. Pulungan said, his side would keep developing the regions managed by PTPN so that they have economic values.Kebon Rancabali, he continued, through PTPN VIII and based on the lead of Minister of Enterprises has been developed as the agro – tourism region which would have economic value to the company and the people around.
“Through the synergy in Enterprises, we would keep developing the potential regions. One of them is Kebun Rancabali to be agro-tourism region. We would also develop the same in other regions where PTPN operates so that the regions would be optimally developing,” he said.
Director of PTPN VIII, Bagya Mulyanto, said, as the company that should get profits, PT Perkebunan Nusantara VIII relies not only on the core business. “But also tries to develop the agro-tourism regions in every unit where the company operates. In addition, every region where PTPN VIII operates is the hilly land in West Java and it has exotic view as the tourism area,” he said. (T2)