Business Lines

Construction Machinery

The Construction Machinery business pillar focuses on the sale of heavy equipment and transportation equipment. This business segment has been an important segment since the inception of United Tractors and offers a variety of reliable products that can support business activities in various sectors, such as mining, plantation, construction, forestry, as well as transportation and transportation.

Mining Contractor

United Tractors operates a Mining Contracting business through PT Pamapersada Nusantara (PAMA). PAMA is a specialist contractor who provides comprehensive mining services to mine owners, so that they can help them produce coal to meet the domestic and foreign demand.


The mining business pillar initially focused on coal mining activities. United Tractors entered this business sector in 2007 by acquiring PT Prima Multi Mineral (PMM) and several other local mining companies for the next several years. In 2015, United Tractors diversified its business into gold mining by acquiring PT Sumbawa Juta Raya (SJR) and in 2018 acquiring PT Agincourt Resources (PTAR).

Construction Industry

United Tractors established a fourth business pillar, namely the Construction Industry, in 2015 through the acquisition of PT Acset Indonusa Tbk (ACSET), a local company with 20 years experience in the field of foundation and building construction in Indonesia. ACSET, which was founded in January 1995, has a track record and high competence in construction services and foundations for building, civil and maritime work. Important ACSET projects include Pacific Place shopping and hospitality centers, Thamrin Nine, Gandaria City, Kasablanka City, West Vista Jakarta, Alila Seminyak and so on.


Since 2017, United Tractors has established the fifth business pillar, namely Energy. Through a subsidiary of PT Bhumi Jati Power (BJP), United Tractors is building units 5 and 6 of the Tanjung Jati B Steam Power Plant (PLTU) in Jepara Regency, Central Java, as an Independent Power Producer (IPP). BJP built two new units of steam power plants using ultra-supercritical technology with a capacity of 2 × 1,000 MW, which were built adjacent to the previously operated power plant namely Tanjung Jati B (Units 1-4). The power plant is planned to supply electricity for a period of 25 years to PT PLN (Persero), since the completion of the project development.