Hutama Karya to hand over 3 toll roads and aim for IDR 34 trillion

Bisnis.comJAKARTA- PT Hutama Karya (Persero) will continue the program recycling assets This year. The plan, the Company will sell assets or divestment 3 sections on the Trans Sumatra Toll Road (JTTS).

EVP General Secretary of Hutama Karya, Tjahjo Purnomo, explained that so far the company has always focused on investment cooperation on 3 toll roads. Trans Sumatra (JTTS).

“Bakauheni-Terbanggi Besar, Terbanggi Besar-Pematang Panggang-Kayu Agung and Medan-Binjai sections,” he recently told Bisnis.

Planned sale or divestment toll road This has actually been a goal since 2022. Through this action, the company predicts that it will be able to pocket IDR 34 trillion in fresh funds.

Hutama Karya Senior Manager Budi Harto said that the three sections have been in operation for about 3 years, so the traffic volume on the three sections is considered attractive to attract new investors.

Meanwhile, efforts asset recycling This will be done in collaboration with the Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) which has formed a consortium with pension fund managers from the Netherlands and Canada.

“So HK has HOA [head of agreement] with the INA for recycled assets 3 sections Bakauheni-Terbanggi Besar-Kayu Agung, Medan-Binjai 350 km with an estimate of IDR 34 trillion,” he explained.

Over the past year, Hutama Karya and the Indonesia Investment Authority (INA) have been emphasizing investment cooperation related to the 3 sections of the JTTS.

The two have signed a framework agreement (HOA) for a number of sections of the Trans Sumatra Toll Road, including the Bakauheni-Terbanggi Besar Toll Road, the Terbanggi Besar-Pematang Panggang-Kayu Agung Toll Road and the Medan-Binjai toll road. Road.

INA CEO Ridha Wirakusumah said the effort is in line with INA’s mission to contribute to sustainable economic development in Indonesia, investing to accelerate the construction and development of toll roads, especially Trans Sumatra and Trans Java.

According to him, this step will create a multiplier effect on economic growth and maximize the economic potential of the islands of Sumatra and Java.

“Apart from that, this investment shows a positive signal for the investment climate in Indonesia, especially the interest in investing in Indonesia’s toll road infrastructure sector. We will continue to increase investment in other sectors. that boost Indonesia’s economic growth and have a positive impact on sustainable development,” he said.

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