PT Rekayasa Industri (Rekind) made another achievement in project work. In the midst of Covid-19 Pandemic, this state-owned Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) company was able to complete the final stage of the process of working on the Liquid CO2 Plant Project owned by PT Pupuk Kujang Cikampek (PKC).

This description is marked by the issuance of Plant Acceptance Certificate following the completion of the Performance Test which was carried out by Rekind on 23-26 September 2020. Through a Plant Acceptance certificate issued by PT Pupuk Kujang Cikampek (PKC), a guarantee of process, quantity and quality of products required by the project owner, has fulfilled the conditions stipulated in the EPC contract.

In the implementation of the performance test, this CO2 plant has been able to produce 465.21 tons / 72 hours of liquid CO2, or 103% of the installed capacity, which is the equivalent of 50,000 MT / year.

“Rekind always strives to deliver all the projects it undertakes to reach the maximum target, including in situations where Covid-19 Pandemic is still spreading. However, that doesn’t mean we ignore the safety of the team on the pitch. Health protocols and strict occupational safety measures are also our important assets to smooth the steps in completing all work assigned to Rekind, “said Edy Sutrisman SVP Corporate Secretary & Legal Rekind.

Apart from commitment, continued Edy Sutrisman, in completing the project, Rekind also adhered to competency development and innovation. The completion of this project was also greatly supported by the strong spirit of synergy between PT Pupuk Kujang as the project owner and PT. Rekind as a contractor, along with its subsidiaries PT Rekayasa Engineering and PT Tracon Industri.

“This step is our commitment to creating a mutually beneficial cooperative relationship and is believed to be able to provide added value to the company by still paying attention to the principles of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) and not in conflict with the prevailing laws and regulations,” added Edy Sutrisman.

“Hopefully this liquid CO2 factory will continue to develop well and it is hoped that it can trigger the progress of other downstream industries which are expected to be able to sustain the nation’s economy,” added Edy Sutrisman.