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Korean Investors Interested to Investing in Batam, Especially Airports and Reservoirs

BP Batam received a visit from Korean investors, Eco Electric Power Indonesia. They want to investing in Batam, especially Airport and Reservoirs.
Batam Business Entity (BP) and Korean investors, Eco Electric Power Indonesia on last Monday (02/03/2020). - Batam Business Entity (BP) received a visit from Korean investors, namely Eco Electric Power Indonesia, last Monday (02/03/2020).

At present many foreign companies pay great attention to Investment in Batam.

This can be seen from several investor visits who were present at almost the same time in BP Batam Marketing Center Building.

Eco Electric Power Indonesia focuses on renewable energy such as Solar, Wind, and ESS Business, which provides one-stop services from developing new technologies through R&D Center for construction, manufacturing and equipment, maintenance management and safety, also has its own ECO Electric Power technology.

Eco Electric Power Indonesia's delegation numbered 9 people led directly by Kyeong-ho, Jang and received by Head of Promotion and Protocol Public Relations Bureau Dendi Gustinandar together with Director of Facilities and Environment Business Entity Binsar Tambunan, Head of General Bureau Kurnia Budi, Director of Land Management Ilham Eka Hartawan, and Director of Performance Improvement and Risk Management Asep Lili Holilulloh.

Head of Promotion and Protocol Public Relations Bureau Dendi Gustinandar said the Korean company is an efficient and go green company.

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"They are very interested for investing in Batam, because Batam is an advanced place, and they offer efficiency to potential assets in BP Batam, so we together develop the idea of ​​efficiency and go green," said Dendi, Tuesday (4 / 2/2020) night.

Furthermore, Eco Electric Power is interested in directly reviewing BP Batam assets such as Batam Hang Nadim Airport, Batam Port, also some of BP Batam Reservoirs and Flats.

Dendi hopes that the increasing number of new investments will have positive and significant impact on economic development in Batam.

"We hope that the more investments there can be added value to economy in Indonesia, especially Batam," said Dendi. ( / Roma Uly Sianturi)

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