Rejeki Intilogam Jaya operates two main business divisions, the first division focuses on aluminum smelting in which we produce ingots from aluminum scraps by melting and recycling them. The output mainly serves to supply the raw material needs of the automotive industry, such as for use in making engine blocks, engine parts, alloy wheels, the braking system, as well as any other components of two-wheel and four-wheel vehicles. In this respect, our partnership with the automotive industry is a longstanding one, having built a good relationship with manufacturers for the past 20 years. We are currently a supplier to brands such as Daihatsu, Suzuki and Yamaha with the potential of adding Honda to the list in 2016.
In 2012, we expanded our business into aluminum extrusion having recognised an immense opportunity arising with the country’s infrastructure development. This division makes aluminum profiles which are used for window frames and aluminum doors in buildings, the frame of furniture products, as well as for air conditioning systems. This replaces the need for wood and reduces illegal logging. In keeping with our long-term objective, we see ourselves becoming the market leader in the Asia Pacific region by 2030. To achieve this target, we plan to maximise our production capacity in order to increase our market share, as well as establish ourselves as the front runner in product quality through a proven quality management system.
With regards to our aluminum smelting operations, we are aiming to open a new factory in the next three to five years somewhere east of Jakarta; possibly in Bekasi or Karawang. The location choice for this site is to maintain close proximity to our customers. We will not be producing aluminum ingots, rather molten aluminum which will allow our customers to produce straight away, therefore saving time and the cost of having to melt the ingots first. As for our extrusion output, we can sell to industrial areas as well as supply to the much larger projects such as railway development. We are also planning to export these products to the Asian market.