JAKARTADAILY.ID – developer of kota deltamas modern integrated township, PT Puradelta Lestari Tbk, booked marketing sales of Rp 995 billion ($66.1 million) in the first half of 2022, around 55.3 percent of the 2022 target of Rp 1.8 trillion.
Director of Puradelta Tondy Suwanto said the achievement of the Company's marketing sales in the first half of 2022 mainly came from industrial land sales, in addition to sales from commercial and residential products.
Puradelta is listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange with DMAS ticker.
"In the first half of 2022, the Company sold 29.1 hectares of its industrial land," said Tondy Suwanto, in a press release published on IDX information disclosure, Monday, July 11, 2022.
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The datacenter sector remains to be the main contributor to industrial land sales. Along with the transformation of lifestyle and digital technology in Indonesia, there is an increasing demand for industrial land in the GIIC industrial estate of kota deltamas from the data center industry.
In response to the trend, the Company's management continues to innovate in developing the GIIC industrial estate of kota deltamas to be a modern, green, eco-friendly, and high-tech industrial estate. One of which is realized by the development of special industrial zones.
"The company is currently developing a special industrial zone in the GIIC industrial estate of kota deltamas, which is equipped with high-tech facilities and infrastructure, dedicated to the data center industry and similar industries," said Tondy Suwanto.
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"This initiative has been well-responded by industry players and is reflected in the increasing number of reputable data center players joining our industrial estate," he added.
Furthermore, Tondy Suwanto explained that the Company is optimistic to achieve the marketing sales target in 2022 of Rp 1.8 trillion, taking into account the achievements in the first half of 2022 and a solid amount of industrial land inquiries. Tondy Suwanto added that currently there are around 70 hectares of industrial land inquiries.
"The demand comes from various industrial sectors, including data centers, automotive industry, food and beverage industry, and household appliance industry," he said.
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Apart from the development of industrial areas, various social facilities continue to emerge in the residential and commercial areas of kota deltamas, which makes kota deltamas closer to being a one-stop-living city that provides convenience for all residents and workers.
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