Ramco Human Resources & Payroll Implementation Case Study at PT Bukit Asam, Tbk

Di posting pada oleh Jorica Shien

PT Buki t Asam Tbk (PTBA) i s an I ndonesi a-based company primarily engaged in coal mining industry. Its business activities include conducting coal mining operation, including research, exploration, exploitation, processing, purifying, transporting and trading; managing and operating ports and jetties for coal, either for internal or external use; managing and operating thermal power plants, either for internal or external use, and providing coal mining and production related consultation and engineering services. The Company has coal mining concessions in several areas in Indonesia, including Tanjung Enim, Peranap, Palaran and Ombilin. It is also engaged in briquette manufacturing. Its briqutte manufacturing plants are located in Tanjung Enim, Indonesia, which produces carbonated briquettes, and Natar and Gresik, Indonesia, which produce non-carbonated briquettes.

How to Survive in an Increasingly Competitive, Globalized and Fast-Changing Environment.

Di posting pada oleh Jorica Shien

Fluctuating markets and low oil prices are forcing producers to improve performance. To overcome complexity and accelerate profitability, a new approach is needed to achieve a more sustainable competitive advantage. As a new year is quickly approaching, now is the perfect time for oil, gas & petrochemical companies to reevaluate business challenges and find effective solutions. Leaders that implement optimization initiatives through the entire lifecycle of industry assets and address business challenges in a more comprehensive and holistic manner will unlock the value tied up in department functions caused by silo practices.

5 Ways to Improve Performance and Profit in Asset Intensive Industries

Di posting pada oleh Hendrik adel

Companies in asset intensive industries, including mining, oil and gas, energy, utilities, rail, and transit, share a unique set of challenges that must be addressed to increase operational performance, reliability and profitability. For one, the overall performance of these companies is dependent on the performance of critical assets; when they’re not running, the company is not making money. Examples can be draglines for mining companies, generators and transmission lines for utilities, and rail lines for railways. For another, asset intensive companies intrinsically require large capital expenditures, and financial performance is largely dependent on return on assets. Finally, the assets are typically spread across a wide geographic area, overseen by a field-based workforce, and subject to physical and environmental stress. Addressing these challenges is critical to delivering sustainable gains in performance and profit. Here are five ways to improve performance and profit in asset intensive businesses, and how EMS can help: