Company at a Glance

Catalyst for Better Indonesia Infrastructure

PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur (Persero) (“PT SMI”) is an infrastructure financing company which was established on 26 February 2009, as a State Owned Enterprises (SOE) with 100% shares owned by the Government of Indonesia through the Minister of Finance Republic of Indonesia.

PT SMI plays active role in facilitating infrastructure financing as well as preparing project and serving advisory for infrastructure projects in Indonesia. PT SMI carries the duty of supporting the Government’s infrastructure development agenda for Indonesia through partnerships with private and/or multilateral financial institutions in Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects. As such, PT SMI can serve as a catalyst in accelerating infrastructure development in Indonesia.

In line with the government’s plan to transform the Company into an Indonesian Development Financing Institution, sectors that can be financed by the Company expanded not only in basic infrastructure but also include social infrastructure.

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Project Distribution Map

Arar Port Project
Coal Train
East Kalimantan
Coal Gasification Power Plant
West Kutai
River Kujang Drainase Project
Container Port Project Development and Supporting Facilities at Palaran Port
East Kalimantan
Steam Power Plant
Tanah Grogot, East Kalimantan
Road Reconstruction Project
Central Aceh
Oil Supply Base
Lhokseumawe, Aceh
Water Power Plant
Asahan, North Sumatera
Oil Supply Base
Belawan, North Sumatera
Mini Hydro Power Plant Tara Bintang
North Sumatera
Water Power Plant
Humbahas, North Sumatera
Urban Flood Control System
Padang, West Sumatera
Mini Hydro Power Plant South Solok
West Sumatera
Irrigation Project
Empat Lawang, South Sumatera
Mini Hydro Power Plant Lebong
Bypass-B Road
Bandar Lampung
Irrigation Project
Sangkup, North Sulawesi
Steam Power Plant Project
Marisa Port
Batam Municipal Solid Waste Management
Logistic Indobarambai Gas Methane
Tanjung Uncang Gas Power Plant
Floating, Storage Offloading
Natuna, Riau Islands
Teraju-Batas Balai Bekuak Road
Tanjung Batu Project
Bangka Belitung
Logistic Murphy Semai Oil
Fak - Fak
Dekai-Oksibil Road Project
Bridge Wariki Project
Pumbiu River Bridge
West Sulawesi
Wundulako Irrigation
Kolaka, Southeast Sulawesi
Gerak Tempe Reservoir
Wajo, South Sulawesi
Bulk Port
Gresik, East Java
Pipeline Construction
Tuban, East Java
Mini Hydro Power Plant Banjarnegara
Central Java
Water Supply Project
Umbulan Water Supply
East Java
Soekarno Hatta Airport Rail Link
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SMI infrastructure Index

SMinfra18 Index is an index consisting of 18-selected stocks comprising both the main and supporting sectors in infrastructure development.

Supporting the hypothesis that the ‘infrastructure development’ will play an important role in the development of the Indonesian economy and that the government will focus on infrastructure development, the ‘infrastructure’ is becoming an attractive sector to investors. Capital market investors (investment managers, pension funds, insurers and individual investors) require more specific references on infrastructure stocks as their investment benchmark.

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Human Capital Management

Great Place for Great People

We believe in Human Capital as the most important assets in supporting the Company to grow and reach its vision to become a leading catalyst in the acceleration of the National Infrastructure Development.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

We are Part of Community and Environment

We are commited to be a responsible corporate citizen that bring positive impact for community and eviroment our social responsibility policies clearly outline that the Company’s business sustainability is dependent upon a symbiotic relationship between internal and external stakeholders.

The Company’s corporate sustainability practices can be summed up in three key thrusts:

  • Empowering Communities and Environmental Stewardship Commitments
  • Responsible Employment Practices
  • Protection of the Interests of Stakeholders
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