Erick Thohir Will Disband 14 BUMNs, Including Dhuafa?


A total of 14 state-owned enterprises (BUMN) will be liquidated alias dissolved through PT Asset Management Company (Persero) or PPA. The Ministry of BUMN has mapped the conditions of BUMN that will be maintained and disbanded.

Special Staff of the Minister of BUMN, Arya Sinulingga, explained that as many as 41 BUMNs would be maintained and developed from a total of 108 BUMNs. Then, as many as 34 BUMNs would be consolidated or merged. Furthermore, 19 BUMNs will be managed or included in PPA.

“Which will be liquidated through PPA, 14. This will make SOEs slim,” he said in an online discussion, Monday (28/9/2020).

Unfortunately Arya did not explain in detail which SOEs would be liquidated, or the criteria for BUMN that were eligible to be dissolved.

But based on records detikcom, there are at least nine BUMNs that have received the stamp of a sick company or ‘dhuafa’ so that they are included in the treatment or patients of PT PPA.

The nine companies are PT Merpati Nusantara Airline (MNA), PT Penas Air Survey, PT Industri Gelas, PT Kertas Kraft Aceh, PT Industri Sandang Nusantara, PT Kertas Leces, PT Dirgantara Indonesia, PT PAL Indonesia, and PT Industri Kapal Indonesia.

Based on the statement of the Director of Business Construction and Asset Management of PT PPA Dikdik Permadi, who was still in office at that time, stated that out of the nine companies PT Kertas Leces failed to be saved. This company has been declared bankrupt and is currently awaiting liquidation of its assets.

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“First, the fastest Leces, not sooner it’s already bankrupt, just a curator auction to liquidate its assets. Later it will be distributed to creditors,” said Dikdik when chatting with journalists in Bandung, Thursday (11/14/2019).

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