Jakarta, Indonesia, 09 August 2021 – PT Nestlé Indonesia, a subsidiary of Nestlé S.A. has appointed PT Decorient Partaya Indonesia as the main contractor to deliver the construction of their new plant in Batang, Central Java, Indonesia.
Decorient will deliver a dairy processing plant which includes production building, warehouse, office, and ancillary buildings with total gross floor area of 30,000 sqm on a site of approximately 20 hectares. The plant will be one of the first industrial buildings to be built at the new industrial complex in Central Java, namely Batang Industrial Park.
The new plant is designed by Meinhardt, who will also act as the Engineer for the clients during construction. This will be the fourth Nestlé plant operating in the country.
Nestlé new plant project will take 12 months to complete and partial taking-over to allow for Client’s process equipment installation will happen early next year. Works are currently on-going at site for piling and enabling works by other contractors while Decorient’s mobilization will start on August 9th. As the main contractor, Decorient’s scope of works will be structure, architectural, external works and coordination of the MEP and process equipment packages.
From 1992 to 2003, Decorient was involved in three phases of construction of Nestlé plant in Kejayan, Pasuruan, East Java.
Nestlé is a Swiss multinational food and drink processing conglomerate corporation headquartered in Vevey, Vaud, Switzerland. It is the largest food and beverage company in the world, measured by revenue and other metrics. Nestlé has more than 2,000 brands ranging from global icons to local favorites, and is present in 186 countries worldwide.
PT Nestlé Indonesia has started operating in Indonesia since 1971. The company currently has 3,700 employees and three plants producing highly popular milk and instant coffee products such as DANCOW, BEAR BRAND, MILO, NESCAFÉ and CERELAC.
For more information about Nestlé Indonesia and its brands, please visit www.nestle.co.id.
Meinhardt is one of the most respected Asian-based engineering companies in the world with global headquarters in Singapore. Meinhardt Group has 5,000 employees in 51 offices to deliver for clients all over the world with diverse types of projects which include tall buildings, roads and highways, aviation, metros and railways, water, ports and power.
Starting its operation in Jakarta back in 1975, PT. Meinhardt Indonesia is one of few international engineering consultancies who have committed themselves to the development of Indonesia.
Its Jakarta office has a total of 160 staffs, providing engineering consultancy in the architectural, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, fire, communication, and transportation disciplines for all manner of developments. Meinhardt Indonesia provides full range of consultancy services, from feasibility and due diligence to full design, construction supervision, and project management.
For more information about Meinhardt Indonesia, please visit www.meinhardt.co.id
Decorient is a Building and Civil Engineering Contractor with long track record of expertise focused on 4 main sectors of construction: Buildings, Industrial, Near-shore Marine structures (ports and jetties) and Heavy Civil Structures.
Decorient has been an Indonesian construction company since 1970 with a close association with one of Europe’s leading construction groups with a footprint in over 30 countries across the globe.
Since May 2021, the new shareholders have completed a management buy-out of the Indonesian subsidiary of BAM International, who decided to refocus on their European home markets. The company name was changed to PT Decorient Partaya Indonesia.
For more information about Decorient Partaya Indonesia, please visit www.decorient.com