Commercial Sector

Mining & Mineral

Conserving nature by showing the best mining business practice and restoring the land used after mining for sustainable long term economic impact locally and globally

Overview

“ Mining is the art of exploiting mineral deposits at a profit..”

Mining Sector is the AMRO Mining Industry Holding lead by PT AMRO MINERATAMA and consists of PT AMRO BARA GENADE, PT AMRO BERLIAN EMAS, PT AMRO BERLIAN SMELTER, PT AMRO CAHAYA KENDILO, PT MUTYA JAYA, PT BORNEO MINERATAMA, PT AMRO ACA PRATAMA and PT AMRO NUSANTARA LINE.

The Mining Sector is the face of Indonesia which is rich in resources and rich in talents from Indonesian children who are ready to work and synergize to provide the best for the country.

Mining Sector exists for the prosperity of Indonesia, the advancement of world civilization, and a better future.


  • ceo.minera.id@amrocorp.com
  • Overview

    We are here to explore and seek. Looking for new ways and innovations to acquire, study, and manage the potential wealth of Indonesia's mineral and coal resources and their processing industries, to market various mining mineral products to become a source of goodness for mutual progress.

    Location Project: INDONESIA

    Location Project: INDONESIA


  • ANASTHASIA PRYSLITA DANIEL
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • ceo.emas.id@amrocorp.com
  • Ms. Anasthasia Pryslita Daniel, ST, Indonesian citizen, graduated from the Faculty of Civil Engineering, at Sam Ratulangi University in 2001. Has 19 years of experience in construction and 10 years in finance. Also has a Work Skills Certification / SKA UTAMA Management Project. Career experiences include as a Technical Staff at CV VIDY KARYA, a company engaged in building construction (2001-2003); as a Technical Staff at CV Manado Karya Anugerah Mulia (2003-2006); Head of Financial at CV Manado Karya Anugerah Mulia (2006-2012); Head of Civil Technical PT. Karya Tunggal Sejati (2012-2015); Project Manager of PT Hotel Berlian Perkasa Mulia (2015 – 2018); President Director of PT Anugerah Global Karya Mulia (2018 – present). Joined PT Amro Berlian Emas, mining industry sector as Chief Executive Officer from October 2019.

    Overview

    North Sulawesi has many gold mining sites located; nearly 30% of the area of ​​North Sulawesi is turned into mining land. Not only gold, but North Sulawesi is also rich in other mining products such as iron ore, iron sand and manganese.

    As an area that produces quite a lot of gold mining materials, of course there are several areas or locations for gold mining that are scattered in this area of ​​North Sulawesi. Not only that, now there are around 50 mining companies exploiting this rich area of ​​North Sulawesi. Of the 144 IUPs issued by the City / Regency Governments in North Sulawesi, 62 of them are IUPs for gold production. The remaining 19 IUPs are for iron sand, 56 IUP for rocks, 1 nickel and 1 more for iron ore.

    Data on the Potential of Mineral Resources and Oil and Gas in North Sulawesi Province, especially gold, which was recorded at approximately 51,150,448 tonnes, spread over the

    Location Project:

    NORTH SULAWESI INDONESIA

    Location Project:

    NORTH SULAWESI INDONESIA


  • BRAMANDA PURANA
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • ceo.borneo.id@amrocorp.com
  • Overview

    Coal is increasingly becoming an important commodity due to the increasing demand for energy. Estimates show that coal resources in Indonesia currently reach 40 billion tonnes. The annual production reaches 150 million tons. According to estimates, the potential for Indonesian coal is sufficient to be used for 400 years. The potential for oil and gas is contained in 60 basins and only 25% of which has recently been exploited.

    The development of coal usage technology and the current condition of petroleum reserves allow coal to again take over the world’s energy sources as was done during the industrial revolution in England in the 19th century. With the invention of the steam engine, coal was used extensively but the discovery of petroleum at low prices and high calorific value made the world turn to oil.

    Location Project:

    NORTH SUMATRA INDONESIA

    Location Project:

    NORTH SUMATRA INDONESIA


  • AHMAD MUKTI
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • ceo.mutya.id@amrocorp.com
  • Ahmad Mukti Usman, Indonesian citizen, graduated from Economics with majoring in Economic Development Study at Pasundan University in 2002. 18 years of Quarry Management experience and 10 years in Finance.

    Overview

    Mining companies consist of mining coal, oil and gas, metals and other minerals and rocks. Of the several mining sub-sectors, natural stone has a considerable influence on Indonesia’s development and economy.

    Natural stone mining is a commodity for development. The results of natural stone mining can be used as a mixture for development. Recently, many technologies have been developed to find derivatives of natural stone, such as aggregated for concrete (split stone, screening, stone ash, base corse, and bolder)

    Therefore we need a mining company that has good quality in handling, and conventional processing into strategic mechanical technology, becomes a partner of the miners, improves quality and high quality, so that it can meet the needs of natural stone to consumers, local, national, and international well.

    Location Project:

    BANTEN INDONESIA

    Location Project:

    BANTEN INDONESIA


  • LAURENS ORATMANGUN
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • ceo.smelter.id@amrocorp.com
  • Mr. Laurens W R Oratmangun (Laurens) has a S1 Electrical Engineering education at Sam Ratulangi University and has more than 15 years experiences in Educations, computer programmer and mineral mining as a lecturer, computer programmer, and site planner. always actively involved in the preparation, planning and execution of projects. Has a strong will to build a strong teamworks and to makes good communications with partners including local people at project located.

    Overview

    Increasing the added value of minerals and coal (minerba) is an obligation for every mineral and coal mining company according to the mandate set out in Law Number 4 of 2009 concerning Mineral and Coal Mining, which is outlined in Government Regulation Number 23 of 2010 concerning the Implementation of Mineral Mining Business Activities and Coal. This provision has consequences for entrepreneurs so that mining products that are still in raw form must be processed into finished or semi-finished goods before being exported, so that there is added value that can be obtained and can meet the needs of the domestic industry. The mandate of the mining law, was responded well by PT AMRO SMELTER INDONESIA

    Indonesia is one of the countries rich in mineral resources such as nickel, gold, silver, bauxite, copper and tin, but it has not been managed optimally to increase state revenue and prosper the Indonesian people. It is suspected that the main cause is that most mining companies operate in the upstream (uspstream), exporting ore (raw minerals) with low added value. This practice has been going on for more than 40 years, so that Indonesia is then known as the exported of raw material specialist.

    Developed countries that have mineral processing plants understand the position or choice of specialization because apart from having large mineral resources, Indonesia does not have the ability to establish a mineral processing factory (smelter). This condition causes most of the raw minerals produced by mining companies to be exported.

    As a country rich in mineral resources, the general mining sector, especially minerals, should make a large contribution to state revenue and become a pillar of the economy for the welfare of the Indonesian people. However, the fact is that this contribution is still very small. The Indonesian Mining Association (IMA) confirmed that in the last 10 years (2005-2012), the average state revenue from the general mining sector (taxes and royalties) was very small, only reaching around Rp.60.42 trillion or 6.16 percent of the total. state revenue (Indonesian Mining Association, 2013).

    Location Project:

    NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA

    Location Project:

    NORTH SULAWESI, INDONESIA


  • INDRA GUNAWAN
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • ceo.cahaya.id@amrocorp.com
  • Indra Gunawan, CEO of PT Amro Cahaya Kendilo, spent his education in Balikpapan, East Kalimantan. His work experience starts from the forestry, construction and mining sectors, both management and project locations. From this experience, he gained the trust to lead PT Amro Cahaya Kendilo, which is engaged in coal mining.

    Overview

    PT Amro Cahaya Kendilo, a subsidiary of Amro Asia Pacific which is engaged in coal mining. The main project located in Paser, Tanah Grogot, East Kalimantan. Mines are operated independently and equipped with processing facilities and special coal roads. The coal produced is classified as coal with middle and high calorie grades. The mining method uses an open-pit mining system by taking into Good Mining practices and conducts mining and returns the land function back to its original state after being mined so that the natural ecosystem runs well.

    Location Project:

    EAST KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA

    Location Project:

    EAST KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA