Friday, April 19, 2024

Empowering communities, expanding horizons: Indofon’s journey to global arena

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Audina Nur

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With a steadfast commitment to innovation and expansion, PT Indonesia Plafon Semesta, a leading PVC Ceiling manufacturer, continues to chart new territories in its entrepreneurial journey.

Following the success of its operations in Gunung Sindur, Bogor, and Salamrejo, Sentolo, Kulonprogo, Yogyakarta, the company embarks on a new chapter with the inauguration of its third factory.

Located in Tuksono, also in Sentolo, Kulonprogo, Yogyakarta, this state-of-the-art facility represents not only a milestone for the company but also a beacon of economic empowerment for the local community.

Adit Setiawan, Owner of PT Indonesia Plafon Semesta, envisions the factory’s operation commencing in mid-2024, with an estimated workforce of approximately 200 individuals contributing to its production activities.

Embracing a spirit of global ambition, Adit underscores the company’s renowned brands, including Indofon and Plafindo, which have garnered acclaim nationwide. Looking beyond domestic borders, the company sets its sights on expansion into markets in India and Thailand, signaling a strategic shift towards global outreach and market penetration.

By spearheading initiatives that address pressing issues like unemployment, Adit exemplifies the pivotal role of the private sector in driving positive societal change and national development.

As the third factory project takes shape, PT Indonesia Plafon Semesta not only creates new avenues for employment but also underscores the transformative potential of private enterprise in shaping a brighter, more inclusive future for all.

Audina Nur

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