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Company Profile PT TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING Tbk. State-of-the-art quality and reliability in Engineering,
Company Profile PT TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING Tbk. State-of-the-art quality and reliability in Engineering,
Company Profile PT TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING Tbk. State-of-the-art quality and reliability in Engineering,
Company Profile PT TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING Tbk. State-of-the-art quality and reliability in Engineering,

PT TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING Tbk.

State-of-the-art quality and reliability in

Engineering, Procurement and Construction

Vision

To respond to the challenges of engineering and power generation

Mission

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Produce and provide products and services that are of high quality standards, timely, and cost efficient both in terms of production and services

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Utilize technical abilities and technologies that are appropriate and are dedicated towards providing innovative solutions

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Understand needs, provide solutions to problems as well as exceed client expectations

Contents

Page 1. The World of Truba Manunggal

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2. Message from The President Director

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4. Corporate Structure

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5. Some of Truba Manunggal’s Subsidiaries

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6. Integrated EPC Services

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9. Power Generation

Page 11. Coal Page 15. The People of Truba Manunggal Page 14. Environment, Health and Safety Page 17. Management Team

The World of

TRUBA MANUNGGAL

Integrated Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC)

Integrated Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) The Company provides EPC services through its subsidiaries,

The Company provides EPC services through its subsidiaries, PT Manunggal Infrasolusi. PT Manunggal Infrasolusi deals with EPC work related projects to power infrastructure as well as other industrial EPC such as the oil and gas sector. PT Manunggal Infrasolusi operates two other companies under its management in the form of PT Truba Jaya Engineering and PT Manunggal

Engineering. Over the years, through its subsidiaries, The Company has constructed about 90% of PLN’s coal-fired and gas-fired power plants, or roughly 15,000 MegaWatt capacity, including the construction of some of the largest power plants in Indonesia for the state-owned company PLN, such as:

- 2 x 660 MW CFPP (coal-fired power plant) Paiton, East Java

- 3 x 600 MW CFPP Suralaya, West Java

- 2 x 660 MW CCFP Tanjung Jati B, Central Java

- 740 MW GTCC (gas-turbine combined cycle) Cilegon, West Java

- 1500 MW GTCC Gresik, East Java

Truba Manunggal is also engaged in industrial projects in and outside of Indonesia, including: Installation of gas turbine for Arabian Bemco, Tank works for Qatar Petroleum, Gantry Cranes for Laem Chabang and Structural works for Siemens. Truba’s industrial projects in Indonesia includes: NSO phase A field for Exxon Mobil, Nickel smelter plant for INCO, Aromatic plant for Pertamina and Urea fertilizer storage for PT Pupuk Kaltim.

Power Generation

fertilizer storage for PT Pupuk Kaltim. Power Generation Domestic demand for electricity in Indonesia is still

Domestic demand for electricity in Indonesia is still considered largely unmet; particularly in areas outside Java. In addition, the presence of adequate infrastructures and utilities such as electricity, is one of the factors that induces favorable environment for investments. In response to this need, the Government opened up the power generating sector to private sector participation in a bid to overcome the power supply shortage. Truba Manunggal has responded positively to the Government’s call, and is well on its way in constructing several power plants which it will subsequently operate and maintain.

Coal

plants which it will subsequently operate and maintain. Coal Indonesia holds significant amounts of coal reserves

Indonesia holds significant amounts of coal reserves that could meet the demand for energy fuel in Indonesia for many years to come. This offers the opportunity for coal to serve as a much more affordable source of energy. Truba Manunggal recognizes this opportunity and set its sight on securing concessionaires with proven coal reserves as well as obtaining the rights for exploratory works.

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Message from The President Director

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Message from The President Director 2 TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING

Truba Manunggal’s strength lies within our high quality and experienced workforce, as well as our vertically integrated line of business.

We believe that, despite today’s challenging conditions on the global economic front, Truba Manunggal has excellent long-term growth prospects on the strength of our strategic integration of the EPC, IPP and Coal Mining businesses.

As an integrated EPC, IPP and Coal Mining operations, our three core businesses complement and support one another.

We have decades of expertise in the engineering, procurement and construction of power plants, which will soon provide a steady and sustainable stream of revenues from our long-term Independent Power Producer contracts.

Competitive Strength Needless to say, our competitive strength lies in such unique integration, enabling us to make highly competitive bidding for prime power generating projects, while ensuring our partners and shareholders the prospects of a sustainable long-term growth.

the prospects of a sustainable long-term growth. Sidarta Sidik President Director TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL

Sidarta Sidik

President Director

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Corporate Structure

PT Truba Alam Manunggal Engineering Tbk.

Corporate Structure PT Truba Alam Manunggal Engineering Tbk. TAME Investments Pte. Ltd. TAME T.C. Pte. Ltd.

TAME Investments

Pte.

Ltd.

TAME T.C. Pte. Ltd.

TAME Turnkey (Labuan) Pte. Ltd.

Grenzone Pte. Ltd.

Manunggal Beijing

International

Trade Co. Ltd.

PT Maxima Infrastruktur (Coal Mining & Trading)

PT Manunggal Power (Power Plant)

PT Manunggal Infrasolusi (Power Plant/Industrial)

PT Truba Jaya Engineering

(Construction)

PT Manunggal Engineering

(Engineering & Procurement)

PT Suar Alam Engineering (Engineering & Procurement)

PT Manunggal Multi Energi

(Coal Mining)

PT Truba Segihan Utama (Stock Piling)
PT Truba Segihan Utama
(Stock Piling)

PT Equator Manunggal Power

PT Bangka Manunggal

Power

PT Ranyza Energi

PT Central Daya Energi

PT Menamas Mitra Energi

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Some of Truba Manunggal’s Subsidiaries

Engineering Procurement Construction (EPC)

PT MANUNGGAL INFRASOLUSI

Independent Power Producer (IPP)

PT MANUNGGAL POWER

Coal Mining and Trading

PT MAXIMA INFRASTRUKTUR

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PT Manunggal Engineering

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PT Truba Jaya Engineering

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PT Suar Alam Engineering

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PT Menamas Mitra Energi (MME)

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PT Central Daya Energi (CDE)

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PT Ranyza Energi

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PT Banyuasing Power Energi

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PT Bangka Manunggal Power

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PT Equator Manunggal Power

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PT Manunggal Multi Energi

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PT Truba Segihan Utama

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Maxima Coal Pte Ltd

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Integrated EPC Services

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Truba Manunggal views its EPC services as an integral part of a one-stop solution for the development and commissioning of electricity power plants, transmission and other industrial works.

To achieve this, the Company has established wholly- owned subsidiaries, namely PT Manunggal Infrasolusi. EPC (Manunggal Infrasolusi) which is engaged in power plant and industrial EPC.

The three subsidiaries of Manunggal Infrasolusi are PT Truba Jaya Engineering (TJE), which is engaged primarily in construction activities, and PT Manunggal Engineering and PT Suar Alam Engineering, both of which are engaged in engineering and procurement activities.

TJE has implemented a number of installations that include power plants, machinery for industrial as well as the oil and gas sector. Whereas ME and SUE provide technical assistance for power plant construction projects, through feasibility study, detail engineering, as well as procurement of machinery and equipment. All three companies crucially support the Company in its venture to operate in an integrated manner.

With over 30 years experience in EPC, we are one of Indonesia’s leading EPC contractors for a wide variety of power and industrial plants. We estimate that, through TJE, we have built more than 90% of the coal-fired and gas-fired power plants in Indonesia, with unit capacities ranging from 25 MW to 660 MW and a total installed capacity of more than 15,000 MW. We have also successfully completed a large number of industrial plant EPC projects, including cement plants, fertilizer plants, chemical and petro-chemical plants, oil and gas processing facilities and pulp and paper plants. In addition to our existing EPC capabilities, we are also currently expanding into the construction of renewable energy power plants. The Company’s procurement services includes access to raw materials and construction equipment, building materials, and imported goods needed for construction, mechanical or electrical works.

needed for construction, mechanical or electrical works. The Company is an integrated Engineering, Procurement, and

The Company is an integrated Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) services include the construction of power plants and industrial plants.

Overseas Project – Truba Arabia Truba Arabia is a Joint Venture between PT Truba Jaya Engineering (TJE), a wholly owned subsidiary of “Truba Manunggal”, and Arabian Bemco Contracting Co. (BEMCO) a leading EPC contractor in Saudi Arabia. Truba Arabia started operation in 2002 to serve Electrical and Mechanical installation of the power generation industry, oil & gas and industrial plants projects in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East region. Truba Arabia has a dedicated team of professional and highly skilled workforce of over 1,000 personnel. The company has already been contracted to install more than 40 gas & steam turbines in Saudi Arabia with a combined generating capacity of 4,000 MW. Truba Arabia’s Quality and Safety is built upon TJE’s system that is internationally certified - ISO 9000:2000, OHSAS and ASME. TJE provides support to Truba Arabia by mobilizing experienced key project supervision personnel and provides technical assistance in all aspects of the management of projects.

Certification Truba Manunggal, through TJE, is accredited by the American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) for the design and assembly of power boilers. TJE has also

obtained the International certifications in the form of ISO 9001 (Quality Management System) from Llyod’s, ISO

14001

(Environmental Management System) and AHSAS

18001

(Occupational Management) from Sucofindo

International. These certifications testify the Company’s strength in human resources; the skills and experiences of the Company’s personnel and ability to meet vigorous standards of quality control.

Completed EPC Projects

Project Name

Location

Client

Commencement Date

Power Plants PLTU Unit 1 & 2 (2x65MW)

Banjarmasin

Mitsui

1998

Co-Generation 300MW

Duri Utara

Stone & Webster

1999

GTPP 2x50MW

Pemaron

Wasamitra

2003

Turbin Gas 6x143MW

Muara Tawar

Samsung

2003

Cilegon CC 740MW

Cilegon

Mitsubishi

2004

PLTU 2x300MW

Cilacap

Cengda

2004

PLTU Unit 3 & 4 (2x100MW)

Tarahan

JEL

2005

PLTU Tanjung Jati B (2x660MW)

Jepara

JEL (Jurong Engineering Ltd.)

1997

PLTU Unit 3 & 4 (2x100MW)

Tarahan

JEL

2005

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Completed EPC Projects

Project Name

Location

Client

Commencement Date

Paper Factories Musi Pulp Mill Mechanical and Construction Work PM 2 Tank Foundation work, piping, Aerial pool Area Maintenance IKPP/RAPP Power installation in Kiln Evaporator

Tanjung Enim

Klockner

1998

Pekanbaru

Pectech

Sep 07

Pekanbaru

Pectech

Sep 07

Pekanbaru

IKPP/ RAPP

Apr 07

Pekanbaru

Pectech

Aug 07

Oil and Gas

Area-10 Pipe Line

Duri

Caltex Qatar-Petro Daewoo Caltex Hyundai Tri Patra Pertamina Caltex Caltex Tri Patra Tri Patra Japan Gas Corporation (JGC) Track Kellogg Brown & Root (KBR) Tripatra—Flour Tripatra—Flour

1999

Oil Tank

Rehabilitation Mesaid

Qatar

2001

Oil Production Area OSEIL Area-10 Hook-Up & POP Suban Gas Booster Compression Depot Terminal BBM

Seram

2001

Duri

2002

Suban

2002

Lhouksukon

2002

Cikampek

2002

DSF-11

Duri

2003

Oil Area maintenance FPM FPM LNG Tangguh

Minas

2003

Duri

2005

Minas

2005

Tanah Merah

2006

FPM—Maintenance and Construction work Civil Work and Ground Work Fertilizers Factories UBS-3 and conveyor system UBS-5 and conveyor system

Duri

Dec 07

Kulin

Dec 07

Bontang

Chengda

2000

Bontang

Kalimantan Industrial

2005

 

Estate (KIE)

Chemical Factories Styrene Monomer (SM-2 exp) RFCC Taoyuan

Merak

Mitsubishi Lucky Gold (LG) Engineering

1998

Taiwan

2000

Cement Plant Kerteh Olefin Plant Cement Factories

Malaysia

JEL

2000

Steel Cibinong Steel Processing and Mining Indominco Coal Inco-Dryer Unit 2 (Gas Cleaning) Up-grade Coal Port

Cibinong

Semen Cibinong

2003

Bontang

Mitsubishi Beca PT Bukit Asam (Persero) (PTBA) Inco

1998

Soroako

1998

Kertapatih

2001

Construction work and Gas Cleaner Installation

Soroako

Dec 07

Pipe and Tank Construction Minas Tank GS-6 Tank Renovation TK-220 Oil Tank OSEIL

Riau

Siemens

1998

Dumai

Elnusa

2000

Bula

Daewoo

2001

Depot Tank BBM Civil and Architectural Work Bridge Expansion Lukut-Ukui Heavy Equipment Work

Cikampek

Pertamina

2002

Perawang

IKPP

2002

Container

Crane Tg.Mas

Semarang

IHI

1998

Container Crane ESCO Container Crane P.Panamac Container Crane Makasar RTG Crane 35 ton Transmission and Substation Work Transmission and Power Tower Spilicing Fiber Optic Line 4

Thailand

JEL

1998

Jakarta

Barata

1999

Makasar

Noell Indonesia

2000

Panjang

Pelindo II

2001

Cilegon

Mitsubishi

2004

Soroako

Inco

2004

EPC projects under construction

 

Power PLTU 2 (2x300 MW) Coal Fired Steam Power Plant PLTU Pelabuhan Ratu 3x300 MW

Banten, West Java West Java

Chengda Engineering Corp. Shanghai Electric Corporation PT Maxima Infrastruktur Mitsubishi Corporation

Mar 07

Nov 07

Muara Karang Gas Power Plant Project (Repowering) 720 MW PLTU Indramayu 3x330 MW

West Java

Sep 07

West Java

China National Electric Equipment Corporation (CNEEC) China National Technical Import & Export Corporation Beijing Electric Power Constructio Company (BEPCC) Manunggal Engineering

Nov 07

PLTU 1 Banten Suralaya Unit 8, 1x600 - 700 MW

West Java

Jan 08

CFSPP Paiton 1x660 MW, Central Java

East Java

May 08

CP - Bharai Power Plant (2x30 MW) CFSPP PLTU Tanjung Jati - B (3&4), CFPP 2x660 MW Balance of Plant Mechanical Erection Installation of CW Pipe Mechanical Erecrion of Boiler & Auxillary Equipment Steel Structure Erection & Field Painting of Turbine & Control Building

Sumatra

Jul 08

Central Java

 

Sumitomo Corp. Erection Div. PT Jurong Engineering Lestari Sumitomo Corp. Erection Div. PT Jurong Engineering Lestari MES-TSW Jont Operation

Jan 10

Feb 10

Feb 09

Oct 09

Jun 09

PLTU Paiton Unit 3 Expansion Project, Paiton

East Java

(Mitsui Eng. & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.) Taehei Dengyo Kaisha Ltd.

Nov 09

Oil and Gas and other Industries LNG Tangguh - Mechanical work TEL MUSI - Maintenance work RAPP - Maintenance work Oil and Gas EPC - Duri Oil and Gas EPC - Duri GIIC Pellet Plant Mechanical & Erection Work Plus Steel Structure Supply and Works

Papua

JGC/KBRI PT Tanjung Enim Lestari PT RAPP/PT IKPP Chevron Pacific Indonesia Chevron Pacific Indonesia Kobe Steel Ltd.

Jul 06

Sumatra

Apr 08

Sumatra

Oct 08

Sumatra

Feb 08

Sumatra

Mar 08

Bahrain

Nov 07

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Electricity power in Indonesia is currently in short supply. The problem is more acute in areas outside Java where infrastructure development has lagged behind those in Java.

The enactment of regional autonomy laws has meant that Indonesian provinces have to generate their own revenues by stimulating local industries and businesses. But with the prevailing power shortage, neither business nor investments can be expected to take roots, much less grow.

The Government is fully aware of the power crisis situation. Hence, the Government of Indonesia has embarked on an accelerated program to construct new power plant that will produce about 10,000 MW of electricity from coal-fired power plants. The program is termed the 10,000 MW Fastrack program that is slated to be completed within 3 years, beginning construction in 2007. The move by the government to utilize coal as fuel for power generation is due to the abundant coal reserves that Indonesia has, which would provide a cheap solution for power generation to an emerging country like Indonesia. This program is open for private sector participation.

Responding to this opportunity, the Company positions itself to undertake not only the EPC for power plants, but to build, own and operate these power plants as the so-called Independent Power Producer (IPP).

As an IPP, the Company will supply electricity to PT PLN (Persero) as well as to private industries, regulated by terms and conditions agreed upon by the Company and the purchaser through a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA).

Truba Manunggal IPP projects will focus outside of Java Island. Allowing the Company to step in to provide the unmet needs coming from more than 20 millions consumers.

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20 millions consumers. 10 TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING More than three decades of hands-on expertise in

More than three decades of hands-on expertise in the engineering, procurement and construction of major power plants in Indonesia have made Truba Manunggal a front-runner in the unfolding market for the so-called Independent Power Producer.

The Company’s key competitive advantages are:

1. Long and extensive experience and role as EPC contractor for power, will allow effective control over quality standards and construction management.

2. Construction of the IPP are mainly undertaken by the Company itself, minimizing execution and

construction risk.

3. Access to semi-captive coal supply.

4. IPP sites located in areas that will ensure access to water catchments as well as ease of logistics.

“At present, the Company is operating 3 power plants with total capacity of 170 MW, which consist of:

1. 130 MW CDE Diesel in Lampung

2. 20 MW Tanjung Batu, East Kalimantan

3. 20 MW Karang Joang, East Kalimantan

“Truba Manunggal currently has 4 Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with PLN and 1PPA with a private

company, with total generating capacity of 414 MW:

1. 2x12MW Bangka, Bangka Island

2. 2x30MW Pontianak, West Kalimantan

3. 2x30MW CP Bahari, Lampung

4. 2x135MW Kuala Tanjung, North Sumatera

Coal

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The Company is also in the business of operating coal mines and the trading of coal. These activities are carried out in line with efforts to provide fuels needed to power coal-fired power plants that are currently being build in Indonesia as well as potential foreign market.

Positive business prospects To address the power crisis that Indonesia is in, the Government of Indonesia put into plan of building 10,000 MW of coal-fired power plants. The decision to use coal as fuel for power is mainly due to the fact that coal is presently the cheapest form of fossil fuel. In addition to that Indonesia is blessed with the abundant coal reserves, which would be of strategic importance for the Government of Indonesia. The fact that Indonesia is also considered as an emerging market, the demand of power would kept on increasing, because it not only need to meet the pent up demand, but to add more affordable power capacity to fuel the economic growth of the country.

This situation provides positive and ample growth opportunities for the coal industry for the next decades to come. In terms of the composition of energy sources currently utilized by power plants in Indonesia (which includes coal, gas, geothermal, water, and oil) coal comprise as the largest type used and its composition is expected to increase from 43% in 2006 to become 54% by 2015.

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to become 54% by 2015. 12 TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING With potentially strong businesses in both

With potentially strong businesses in both EPC and IPP, it makes strategic sense for Truba Manunggal to secure its own supply of coal. Securing this, will shape us into a fully integrated, coal-fired power plant developer, operator and maintenance company.

The Company projects that the domestic consumption of coal is expected to increase to as much as 30 to 40 million tons per year with the 10,000 MW coal-fired power plants coming on-stream. The Company intends to best utilize market opportunities in line with its businesses in the ownership of power plants, and integrated supplier of energy required by power plants.

Securing Coal Sources and Supply At present, Truba Manunggal owns 2 exploitation licences which includes Manunggal Multi Energi (MME) at Muara Enim regency, South Sumatra, and Panimax Inti Mining (PIM) at Tanah Bumbu, Kalimantan.

The Company plans to start producing from its coal reserves, which at present estimate has about 140 million tons.

The People of

TRUBA MANUNGGAL

Human resources are considered to be a vital element of the Company for they are partners needed to achieve success for every business and activity.

As a result, human resources counseling and development within the Company are both carefully planned and continuously implemented to ensure that each employee contributes their best to the Company’s performance. In addition to this, management’s policy on human resources seek to, among others, fulfill and move in accordance with Government prescribed labor regulations and norms such as its participation in the Labor Social Guarantee (Jaminan Sosial Tenaga Kerja) or JAMSOSTEK scheme.

In terms of improving work quality and productivity, the Company provides opportunities for its employees’ access to education and training as a means of refreshment from work as well as to enhance one’s skill sets. In implementing this, a program is developed involving employees to identify skill sets that would be needed to enhance the effectiveness of Truba’s people in achieving Company’s goal, which in return developed Truba’s people into a high quality workforce. This program could include the typical internal or external update seminars, workshop and courses, but also scholarship for advanced studies.

In addition to this, the Company seeks to promote positive core values to all of its employees such as integrity, transparency, cooperation, creativity, determination, and providing the utmost in terms of service.

Regular training and employee recruitment are carefully planned and implemented in line with the current and future professional needs of the intended trainee. The Company’s recruitment program is based on a Business Plan that was mutually agreed upon by all operational managers and which takes into account, among others, the candidate’s qualifications. At the same time, the Company strives to instill a safe and healthy working environment, implement external benchmarking to enhance employee creativity, ability and productivity, as well as improve work efficiency and HR placements so as to ensure that the right people are in the right place. Subsequently, the Company intends to place its employees with its strategic partners in a number of joint venture projects, with particular emphasis on Engineering, in order to enhance the Company’s competitiveness.

Corporate Values

PT Truba Alam Manunggal Engineering Tbk. builds strong relationship with its stakeholders based on 10 (ten) core values, divided into 2 (two) categories, namely external and internal values.

Internal Values

1. Competence, continuously advance the quality of skills, proficiencies, and mental attitude for effectiveness of work.

2. Efficiency, the determination to always do the right thing, always seeks the chances of improvement and efficiency, always creative and innovative in order to create added value for customers with a proper and competitive price.

3. Integrity, firmness in holding the principle of truth and corporate value in business activity which is presented in consistency of words and behavior.

4. Teamwork, sharing capabilities and skill sets, based on mutual respect, to achieve goals effectively.

5. Responsibility, a fully integrated approach to Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) management in offices, on site and at client’s locations, in every place we provide our expertise ensuring HSE is top priority in all of our activities.

External Values

1. Dedication, passion in giving our best to provide effective solutions.

2. Competitive pricing, delivering products and services which have high quality standard with cost effective and always accomplished on the right time as our promise.

3. Respect for Client’s need, performing transparency, accountability, and responsibility which related to the result.

4. Professionalism, Always striving to give high quality standard of products and services,

5. Balance, live in harmony with related elements, such as: environment, people and community as well as improving the living standards of local communities and protecting the global environment and strive to gain the trust of our client’s and society.

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Environment, Health and Safety

The Company seeks to prioritize occupational health and safety and environmental conservation in every aspect of its activities. In addition to this, the Company also aspires to be a socially responsible organiza- tion by seeking to improve the welfare of the community where we operate as well as implement environmental-friendly practices that would contribute to the global community.

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Occupational Health and Safety In its quest to ensure occupational health and safety, the Company implements an onsite inspection of the workplace of the work methods and impending issues as well as job safety analysis. This process eventually results in a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) that is referred to as the Work Safety Instruction (WSI). The instruction incorporates work systems that must be implemented by every employee to avoid work-related accidents. In this respect, the Company’s subsidiary, Truba Jaya Engineering (TJE), has successfully been certified by the National Council on Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) of the US. The certification internationally recognizes that the Company’s business activities are deemed to be both occupationally healthy and safe. In addition to the OSHA certification, TJE also secured the OHSAS 18001 (for Occupational Health and Safety Management System-Requirements).

Environmental Conservation In addition to the OSHA and OHSAS, TJE was also internationally recognized for its effort in environmental conservation through the ISO 14001. The Company seriously seeks and implements efforts to conserve the environment and protect the ecosystem that reside with it, so as to ensure that the Environment is sustainably and continuously perform its natural functions as well benefits to the inhabitants. To reduce its environmental footprint, Truba Manunggal put into service a very efficient waste recycling facility that is operated to ensure that it is stringently in accordance with the waste recycling system.

Social Responsibility As a responsible corporate citizen, the Company is committed to take active role in the effort to improve the general welfare of communities where the Company is operating, as well as striving to be an environmentally friendly in its activity, which in the long run would benefit every one of us.

Presently the Company is revisiting its CSR program, to enhance and focus the program to be as effective as possible as well as in line with the Company’s vision and values.

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vision and values. 16 TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING As power plants are known to have significant

As power plants are known to have significant impact on environmental and community well-being, Truba Manunggal takes its Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) seriously. The Company has developed a comprehensive policy guideline and manual for the undertaking of CSR activities in the communities surrounding its operations.

In the past, Indonesia has, as we all know, experienced number of natural disasters that have taken its toll on numerous lives. In response to these natural disasters, Truba Manunggal had proactively formed special teams to directly provide vital assistance and support. The assistance extended by the Company are in the form of cash, medicines, clothes, blankets, food and water, as well as providing medical team to assist in the disaster affected areas.

Other forms of social-related assistance provided by the Company include a blood donation program that is routinely implemented once every three months. Blood donation does not merely seek to extend vital medical support to its recipients but it also has positive health benefits for the donor as well.

In terms of education and religion, the Company extends a scholarship program to children from less fortunate families to ensure that their education continues and strive to achieve success. The Company also builds religious facilities, particularly within the vicinity of its projects. The construction of the religious facilities are to provide the local community as well as our employees to ease access to conduct their prayers.

Going forward Truba Manunggal will focus its CSR activities on education. The Company strongly believes in contributing to the “enlightenment of the Nation”. Hence, presently the Company is developing programs to achieve this goal.

Management Team

Management Team Board of Commissioner Board of Directors Richard Harjani President Commissioner President Commisioner,

Board of Commissioner

Management Team Board of Commissioner Board of Directors Richard Harjani President Commissioner President Commisioner,

Board of Directors

Richard Harjani President Commissioner

President Commisioner, received his Master’s degree in 1994. Prior to his current position, he served as Chief Executive Officer at PT Sulawesi Agro Utama, from February to December 2007. From 1994 to 2006, Mr. Harjani also served as Chief Operating Officer at PT Rimo Catur Lestari.

Siswanto Independent Commissioner

An independent Commisioner with a military background, he last held the rank of Brigadier General of the Army. During his military career, Siswanto served in a number of important positions, including in the UN Mission at Cambodia, lecturer at the Army Command Staff School in Bandung, and a staff at the Planning Bureau, Army Head Quarters. Currently, he also serves as Comisioner or Director at several other major corporations.

Sidarta Sidik

President Director

President Director, hold a Master of Science from Stanford University, California, USA and a Bachelor of Science from University of Washington, USA. Prior to 2001, Mr. Sidik had worked for several companies in Indonesia such as PT NTT Indonesia, Artha Graha Group as well as in overseas NTT Group-Japan and AT Kearney, Inc-USA. He currently also serves as President Commisioners in PT Truba Jaya Engineering

Shi Hong Chao Director

Director, received a Bachelor’s Degree and a Master’s Degree in Thermal Power Engineering from Shanghai Jiaotong University and an MBA from China-Europe International Business School. Apart from serving as a Director, Mr. Shi also serves as President Director of ME since November 2006. During the period of June 1996 up to October 2006, he worked for CHEC and his latest position was Operation Director in charge of business operations

Andre Purnawan

Director

Director, recieved his Master of Business in Administration (MBA), majoring in Finance and Marketing in 1988, from Indiana University, Indiana USA. Since 2006, aside from being appointed as a Director at PT Truba Alam Manunggal Engineering, he was also appointed as Commisioners both at PT Manunggal Engineering and PT Truba Jaya Engineering. During his career days from 1995 to 2006, he also served as Director for the Sinar Mas Group.

FX. Agus Edyono, S.Ip Unaffiliated Director

Unaffiliated Director, has a military background and his last active post was Colonel. During his military career he served in East Timor, the Middle East, Morocco, Cambodia and Australia. Before his military career, Mr. Edyono was part of the operational staff of PT Brajamusti Citra Nusantara and operational staff of PT Usaha Kita Makmur Bersama. Mr Edyono holds a Bachelor’s Degree in State Administration, from Universitas Terbuka, Bandung, 1996

Julius Edi Wibowo Director

Indonesian citizen Received his Master of Science in Electrical Engineering majoring in wireless communication in 1995 from Delft University of Technology – Delft, The Netherland. Upon his graduation, Mr. Wibowo also served as researcher at Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule (RWTH) Aachen, Germany. Currently serves as Director of Truba Manunggal. Previously worked for several companies including Booz-Allen & Hamilton Inc. and Deputy Director of Business Strategic & Planning in Truba Manunggal.

Corporate Data Name of Company PT TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING Tbk. Line of Bussines Integrated

Corporate Data

Name of Company PT TRUBA ALAM MANUNGGAL ENGINEERING Tbk.

Line of Bussines Integrated Electricity Power, Engineering, Procurement and Construction Provider.

Head Office

Wisma BRI II, 30 th -31 st Floor Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 44-46 Jakarta 10210, Indonesia Phone : (62-21) 5793 2255

Fax

Website: www.truba-manunggal.com

: (62-21) 5793 2334

Corporate Secretary Gamala V. Katoppo E-mail : gamala.katoppo@truba-manunggal.com