A Leading Indonesian Energy Company Opens Their First North American Office in Vancouver, Canada
An Indonesian energy company, Baramulti Group, officially opened the company’s expansion to North America at their office, located in the heart of downtown Vancouver. The grand opening was started with a ribbon-cutting ceremony by the Indonesian Ambassador to Canada, His Excellency Abdul Kadir Jailani, and the Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology of British Columbia, Honorable Bruce Ralston. “This expansion shows the closer relationship between Indonesia and the Province of British Columbia”, said Ambassador Jailani. The occasion was coordinated by Honorable Dr. Tuti Wahyuningsih Irman, the Indonesian Consul General in Vancouver, as part of her and the Indonesian Ambassador’s mission to enhance the economic relations in trade, investment, and tourism between Indonesia and Canada.
On the occasion, Mr. Dido Anasrul Said (COO of Baramulti Group) and Mr. Bernard Tarunadjaja (CFO of Baramulti Group) were present on behalf of the company to officially open their Vancouver office. They are appreciative of the warm welcome from the Province and the assistance of the Indonesian Embassy throughout the company’s expansion process. Baramulti Group is excited to embark on this journey in Canada and to discuss opportunities the company can explore in British Columbia. Minister Ralston took the chance to congratulate to Baramulti Group of the expansion and thankful for considering British Columbia, Canada to invest in. “We appreciate the commitment to support the industries in the province of British Columbia. We are excited about the expansion of Baramulti Group here.”
Established as a coal trading company in 1988, Baramulti Group today has grown into a group of corporations with diverse coal-related business activities that include Mining, Trading, Shipping, and Logistics. The Group’s coal mining assets spanning over multiple concessions have firmly set a leading position in Asian coal market. With its 3.6 billion MT of resources in various coal specifications, the Group aims to fulfill broader and bigger market demands; and they have chosen the city of Vancouver as their door to North America. The Group will operate under Brooklyn Industries (Canada) Ltd.
Left to Right: Mr. Bernard Tarunadjaja (CFO of Baramulti Group), Dian Angelina (Office Manager, Baramulti Group), Hon. Tuti Wahyuningsih Irman (Indonesian Consul General of Vancouver), H.E. Abdul Kadir Jailani (Indonesian Ambassador to Canada), Hon. Bruce Ralston (Minister of Jobs, Trade and Technology of British Columbia), and Mr. Dido Anasrul Said (COO of Baramulti Group)
(Source: Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in Vancouver, Canada)