Bintai Kinden inks partnership with Raintech


“The collaboration with PT Raintech Indo Energi opens up vast opportunities for us as Indonesia is South-East Asia’s largest economy with a gross domestic product of US$1.19 trillion (RM5.3 trillion) as of 20211 and a population of 270 million,” said Bintai Kinden executive director Azri Azerai.

KUALA LUMPUR: Bintai Kinden Corp Bhd is collaborating with PT Raintech Indo Energi to market and promote flanges, fittings, pipes and other oil and gas equipment in Indonesia.

In a statement, the mechanical and electrical engineering services specialist said Raintech has been appointed to market and promote the products on behalf of Bintai Energy, which is 51% owned by Bintai Kinden.

Under the agreement, which is valid for three years, Bintai Energy will collaborate and work together with Raintech to promote business opportunities and provide the necessary technical and competitive price support on the products to be represented by Raintech.

“The collaboration with PT Raintech Indo Energi opens up vast opportunities for us as Indonesia is South-East Asia’s largest economy with a gross domestic product of US$1.19 trillion (RM5.3 trillion) as of 20211 and a population of 270 million,” said Bintai Kinden executive director Azri Azerai.

“Indonesia’s oil and gas industry is an important contributor to the economy and a key growth driver.”

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