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Incorporated in 1968, ANTAM was a state owned company resulting from a merger of several state-owned mining companies and projects, namely the State General Mining Company, the State Bauxite Mining Company, the Tjikotok State Gold Mining Company, the State Precious Metals Company, PT Nickel Indonesia, the Diamond Project and other projects under the Bapetamb.
The Company was Established as "Perusahaan Negara (PN) Aneka Tambang" Under the Government Regulation No. 22/1968, the Company was established as Perusahaan Negara (PN) Aneka Tambang on July 5, 1968.
ANTAM was formed by merger from several Indonesian government projects & mining companies
Issuance of Finance Minister Decree No. Kep. 1768/MK/IV/12/1974, on the Capital of the Establishment of Perusahaan Perseroan (Persero) PT Aneka Tambang to Perseroan Terbatas with the name PT Aneka Tambang, which was resolved by the Minister of Law and Human Rights based on Decree No. Y.A. 5/170/4 dated May 21 1975
Commercial operations of Ferronickel I Plant (FeNi I) in Pomalaa, South East Sulawesi.
Gebe Island nickel mine commenced operations
Pongkor gold mine commenced operations
Commercial operation of FeNi II Plant
The Company launched an Initial Public Offering by selling 35% of its shares to the public and listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 1997. The fund raised from the IPO was used to support ferronickel project III expansion.
Gee Island nickel mine commenced operation
Two years later (1999), the Company listed its shares in Australia under foreign exempt entity status.
Tanjung Buli nickel mine commenced operations
Which was upgraded in 2002 into ASX Listing, which had stronger provisions.
ANTAM issued US$200 million bond to finance FeNi III Plant Project
Commenced operation of FeNi III Plant
ANTAM acquired Cibaliung gold mine
Commisioning of Tayan Chemical Grade Alumina Plant
Commissioning of jetty facilities, belt conveyor & Refining-3 of the Pomalaa Ferronickel Plant Expansion Project
Transformation to ANTAM’s New Logo