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All fresh funds obtained from the Initial Public Offering will be used by HATM to purchase a new fleet of bulk carrier vessels, due to high market demand, especially in the energy supply chain industry.
“On this occasion, on behalf of the management of the Company, I would also like to thank the Financial Services Authority, the Indonesia Stock Exchange, the Managing Underwriter of PT NH Korindo Sekuritas Indonesia, as well as all supporting professions and stakeholders of HATM for their trust, and the smooth process of placing HATM on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. .” said Dillon Cosmas as Director of HATM.
As one example, HATM together with PT Dwi Guna Laksana Tbk (DWGL) cooperate in transporting coal supplies to several PLTUs in Indonesia to support the availability of electricity in various regions.
HATM has also served transportation for the nickel plant owned by Tsingshan Group operating in Indonesia. Sam Song – Head of Energy Procurement of Tsingshan Group said “We are happy to work with Habco Trans Maritima because of the fast response, easy discussion, Understanding in communication what we need, and that makes us want to establish a long term partnership with Habco Trans Maritima to support our business in Indonesia.”
“The plan is that the ship that we will buy this year from the IPO proceeds is the same type as the MV Habco Carina. The MV Habco Pioner and Polaris are the same, weighing 30,000 tons, while what will be purchased is the same type as the Habco Carina, weighing 50,000 tons or in. type of supramax ship,” said Andrew Kam, President Director of HATM.
Meanwhile, Habco Trans Maritima (HATM) is a company that specializes in bulk carrier ship operations. HATM is a subsidiary of PT Habco Primatama which has been established since 1991 and is part of an integrated maritime solution. HATM’s parent company, PT Habco Primatama has been established since 1991 and has developed the business of shipping ships from upstream to downstream. Habco Group’s services focus on maritime logistics including but not limited to barging, stevedoring, floating crane, docking, and shipbuilding.