We develop rock quarry concessions in Indonesia, the largest economy in Southeast Asia supporting the world's fourth largest population and 16th ranked GDP worldwide.
Ansuz Balder Magni aqquires, manages and operates rock quarries that produce crushed aggregate; a product that serves as a key cornerstone of all infrastructure projects and hauling roads for mining. There are seven major markets that purchase aggregate and its' by products, including:
- Government infrastructure contractors
- Medium to Large companies with gravel hauling roads
- Concrete Batching Plants
- Asphalt Mixing Plants
- International buyers
With an estimated *187 billion USD worth of infrastructure projects planned from 2015-2019 and ever-expanding population, the opportunity to supply aggregate to unsaturated islands at a higher rate is very large. Indonesia's 17,000 islands offers long term aggregate demand throughout Indonesia. Indonesia faces inherent logistics issues that can only be remedied through infrastructure connectivity and offers lucrative aggregate pricing in areas with challenging access or a lack of appropriate rock.
"In 2015, the government announced new funding commitments and displayed an openness to leverage private sector finance. Much of the government’s windfall from reducing fuel and power subsidies in 2015 was earmarked to address the country’s considerable infrastructure deficit. The central government infrastructure spending plan for 2015-2019 totalled IDR 2,216trn (approximately US$187bn)."
*By Julian Smith, PwC Advisor, Indonesia Capital Projects & Infrastructure