PT Kereta Api Indonesia


Indonesian Railways Co. is the latest of a long line of successive state railway companies dating from Dutch colonial days. Indonesia gained independence in 1945, the separate systems (except the Deli Railway) were combined into the Djawatan Kereta Api. Non-state railway systems in Java retained their paper existence until 1958, when all railway lines in Indonesia were nationalised, including the Deli Railway, thereby creating the Perusahaan Negara Kereta Api (PNKA: Indonesian State Railway Corporation). On 15 September 1971 PNKA was reorganised into Perusahaan Jawatan Kereta Api (Indonesian Railways Corporation), then reorganised into Perumka (Perusahaan Umum Kereta Api: Public Railway Corporation) on 2 January 1991. Perumka was transformed into PT Kereta Api (Persero) on 1 June 1999. Since 2010 the name of PT Kereta Api was changed into PT Kereta Api Indonesia (Persero) till now. The headquarters of the state railway system, are located in Bandung, West Java. In 2014, Indonesian Railways carried 300 million passengers and 30 million tonnes cargo a year. The prediction is it will be doubled in 5 years.


Jalan Perintis Kemerdekaan No. 1
Babakan Ciamis, Sumurbandung
Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
+62 22 4230031 (Telp)

Key Executives

Edi Sukmono : President Director/CEO
Bambang Eko Martono : Commercial Director
Apriyono Wedi Chresnanto : Operation Director
Candra Purnama : Director of Infrastructure I
Azahari : Director of Infrastructure II
Slamet Suseno Priyanto : Director of Safety & Security
M. Kuncoro Wibowo : Director of Human Resources, General, & IT
Budi Noviantoro : Director of Logistic & Development
Dody Budiawan : Director of Land & Building Assets
Didiek Hartantyo : Director of Finance

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