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The foundation of our business is supported by the below three strong pillars that act as strategic business units or as part of our broader offering as a supply chain provider. Through our subsidiaries, CKB Logistics offers integrated transportation and logistics services to help businesses manage their entire supply chain process - from managing the movement of raw materials and components through delivery of finished goods to the customers.
Established in 2006, PT Alfa Trans Raya (ATR), a member of CKB Logistics, is a fully integrated marine logistics and transportation company in Indonesia that provides specialized vessels and a wide range of services particularly to support oil and gas (onshore and offshore operations), mining, heavy equipment, construction/infrastructure and power generation including shipping of general cargos, project cargos, heavy equipment, vessel chartering for the customers on long term as well as voyage charters, shipping agency and ship management services. We owns and operates landing craft tank (LCT) vessels as well as operates several vessels which are rented from third parties to meet our customers needs.
Established in 2011, PT Baruna Dirga Dharma (Baruna Coal Logistics), a member of CKB Logistics, is a fully integrated marine logistics and transportation company in Indonesia that provides dry bulk logistics services particularly coal with the highest standard of safety through its privately owned sets of tugs and barges vessel and operation of its own floating cranes. We currently serve coal mining, cement, plantation and power plants industries across the region and our range of services include shipping of dry-bulk cargos particularly coal, general cargos, transshipment and inter-island shipment, also stevedoring, floating crane and logistics management services.
PT Dianta Daya Embara (DDE) initiated to support the process of Mining Logistics Ecosystem that focused on stevedoring service solutions for mining products in order to fulfill the needs of the supply-chain activities of energy and mining businesses.