Since 2005, PT. Gaya Makmur Tractors (Tractors GM) from Jakarta is successfully working as construction equipment dealer with six branches in the Indonesian market. Thanks to the planned govermental infrastructure investments of US$ 465 billion between now and 2025, the largest country in southeastern Asia has a great deal of potential for business and investment. With GM Tractors as the new distributor for materials handling machinery and cranes of the Crane Line and Green Line SENNEBOGEN was now able to gain a reliable partner for this very promising growth market. In future new businesses are hereby opened ranging from coal and scrap handling to the numerous ports of the Asian region.
The signature of the dealer contract on Tuesday at the Bauma 2013 was preceded by extensive training and education of local sales and service staff through its subsidiary PT SENNEBOGEN Asia/Pacific.
"We are looking forward to a fruitful and long-term cooperation with our new partner GM Tractors in a promising growth market. We are convinced that we can win a lot of satisfied customers in Indonesia, the partner country of bauma 2013 ", states director Erich Sennebogen after signing the contract.
SENNEBOGEN is now working together with PT Gaya Makmur as the new dealer for Indonesia. Both directors Erich and Walter Sennebogen were lucky signing the contract, together with Tjandi Mulyona, managing director at GM Traktors and Frank Forchert and Marco Burgmer for SENNEBOGEN Asia/Pacific.
From left to right: Frank Forchert, Tjandi Mulyono, Marco Burgmer, Mr. and Mrs. Cayadi, Erich and Walter Sennebogen.
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