Waskita targets the Palembang section of KAPB Toll Road

BigBussiness – PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk is targeting the Kayuagung-Palembang – Betung (KAPB) toll project, which will operate in 2023. This is after they have completed the construction of 42.5 km.

In his remarks during the breakthrough of the KAPB toll road for Palembang – Betung section in Banyuasin, Palembang, South Sumatra, PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk President Destiawan Soewardjono said that Waskita has operated part 1 of the three since the beginning of April 2020 sections of this toll road.

“Namely the Kayu Agung – Palembang section (up to Jakabaring) with a length of 33.5 km free, and is Waskita’s contribution to the people of South Sumatra in particular, and we will complete it in the near future as long as 9 km,” said Destiawan Soewardjono in a press release received by Suara. com, Friday, (16/6/2020).

Later, Destiawan continued, it will be connected from Kayu Agung to the eastern highway. So that the total length that should work is 42.5 km

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Meanwhile, according to Director of Operation II of PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk, Bambang Rianto, the construction of this project is expected to reduce traffic congestion on the eastern route to Palembang – Jambi.

“This toll road can reduce the distribution of goods and the mobility of vehicles. If it goes through a normal road, it will take 2 to 3 hours with this toll road in just 20 minutes,” said Bambang Rianto.

In addition, this toll road construction can support economic growth in the area around the toll road

The groundbreaking event was also attended by BPJT Commander Danang Parikesit, Director General of the Highways of the Ministry of PUPR Hendy Rahadian, Governor of South Sumatra Herman Deru, Head of the South Sumatra DPRD Anita Noeringhati, South Sumatra Muspida Ranks, and PT Waskita Sriwijaya Tol.

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Kunick to Switzerland, Erick Thohir says KAI will build a railway car factory

BigBussiness – Minister of State-owned Enterprises (BUMN) Erick Thohir visited Switzerland on a working visit (kunker).

In this promotion, the former Inter Milan club boss got a business deal with a company in a chocolate-producing country.

Erick said PT PTI (Persero) and PT INKA (Persero) with Stadler Rail will build a train car factory in Switzerland.

“Yesterday in Switzerland, Alhamdulillah, we were also able to raise PT KAI to become a regional player. We agreed with Staddler that with a partnership with the Indonesian railway group, which of course PT Kereta Api and INKA, will build our own factories and factories “will be finished,” Erick said at a virtual press conference, Friday (16.10.2020).

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With the existence of this factory, Erick continued, it will prove world-class train cars made in Indonesia.

“But to find out how we can deliver or make world-class railroad cars,” he said.

In addition, added Erick, Staddler will also open a headquarters for Asia and Oceania in Indonesia.

“Because of this, we greatly appreciate the international trust in us, and we make sure that there will be many more BUMN companies that can have global or regional quality,” he said.

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FWD Life provides customers with convenience and introduces e-services

BigBussiness – To make it easier for customers to determine their insurance activities, PT FWD Life Indonesia (FWD Life) introduced a new breakthrough, namely the eServices feature in the FWD Max application.

President of FWD Life, Anantharaman Sridharan said, FDW Life’s vision is to change the way people perceive insurance. This has inspired FWD Life to make insurance more relevant and accessible to all. A customer-focused approach encourages them to continue to innovate to meet their needs.

“We bring a new approach to the industry that is synonymous with the traditional way, and see it through the customers’ perspective. Our vision is to change the way people think about insurance, and this has inspired us to make insurance more relevant and accessible to everyone. This customer-focused approach is what encourages us to continue to innovate to meet their needs, “he said at the launch of eServices on the FWD Max application, practically in Jakarta, Friday (16/10/2020).

On the same occasion, marketing director at FWD Life, Maika Randini added, the eService function is expected to be able to open access for more people to insurance products. With this service, customers of all ages will be facilitated in any insurance activity.

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“We want to change the perspective of the general public about insurance. If they previously thought that having insurance was complicated, customers with this feature will be more free to perform insurance activities they want, such as filling out forms or making claims through technology, ” he said.

“Technology continues to evolve and the insurance industry must be able to keep up with developments in order to offer new technology solutions so that they can better serve customers. Through a customer-focused approach, we see not only the digital lifestyle of the millennia, but also of the previous generation. so that they can become more technologically competent, “Maika added again.

With the availability of eService, customers can do all their insurance needs themselves, namely:
• My profile, to update customer data
• My guidelines, to access customer policy data in real time
• My requirement, to submit a claim without having to submit physical documents1
• My payment to make premium payments
• My investment, to monitor real-time customer investment
• My request, 11 additional functions, including transfer of investment value, change of allocation of investment premium, partial withdrawal of investment value, activation of insurance, regular refill, single refill, premium leave, printing of health card, insurance pressure, change of insured data, and change payment method.