Targets Potentially Touristic Cities, Indonesia Property Post Will Grow Budget Hotel Business

By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Thursday, February 01 2018 - 19:16 IWST

PT Pos Indonesia is considered to be the earliest innovation to be able to go towards the company "e-commerce" or a strong electronic transaction in line with the advent of the era of digitalization as it is today.
PT Pos Indonesia is considered to be the earliest innovation to be able to go towards the company "e-commerce" or a strong electronic transaction in line with the advent of the era of digitalization as it is today.

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Pos Properti Indonesia as a subsidiary of PT Pos Indonesia this year will further develop the business "budget hotel" through the utilization of Post Office building.

After the launch of the collaboration space of EV Hive @ Pos Indonesia at the Central Post Office, Pasar Baru, President Director of PT Pos Properti Indonesia Handriani Tjatur Setijowati said the business budget development will be prioritized in small towns that have tourism potential.

"We prioritize in 'secondary city' because the competition is not too big, the government also encourages the tourism sector to be more developed," Handriani said in Jakarta, Wednesday (31/1/2018).

A number of cities are intensively offered to investors for the development and optimization of assets to build "budget hotel", such as Banyuwangi, Jember, and Wonosobo.

He explained that Property Pos Indonesia since last year proactively offered to a number of investors for asset development of PT Pos Indonesia. Moreover, the company has a network of over 4,700 offices in Indonesia.

Property Post began to develop an asset development plan, especially on 1,000 square meters of land to be offered to investors, both in the form of collaboration rooms and hotels.

Although the hotel will be built, PT Pos service office is maintained in addition to facilitate consumers in sending goods and make payments, as well as corporate icons.

Handriani added asset optimization by developing "budget hotel" so that Pos Properti Indonesia as a subsidiary can contribute greatly to the income and development of the holding company, Pos Indonesia.

In addition, the Indonesian Property Post was stunned to boost turnover growth by about 40 percent from a year ago.

Handriyani said that the income contribution of the subsidiaries is still small compared to the logistics sector as the core business of PT Pos Indonesia.

"PT Pos's assets are so overwhelming that they are not getting used now because of the business shift itself, so we have to invest in different assets," Handriani said.

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