For over 45 years, we have been supplying products and services to civil, defence, marine and energy customers in Indonesia. Indonesia has growing markets for all the sectors, especially in the area of civil aerospace and power generation.
We have a regional office in Jakarta and support offices throughout the country. We have a field support office at the Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and a Defence Service Office for the Indonesian Air Force in Madiun.
We actively support local communities with educational, social and environmental programmes. Our key community projects include providing electricity and clean water to the Tanjung Batu primary school in East Kalimantan and sponsoring the SLB Angkasa School for handicapped children in Halim, Jakarta.
We have also sponsored Indonesian students with their post-graduate studies in Britain via the “Chevening scholarship”, which is now in its 20th year.
Rolls-Royce powers and services Garuda’s A330 fleet of Trent 700 engines.
Regional airlines such as Batavia Air and Mandala operate V2500s on their A320s.
The Garuda Maintenance Facility is an approved repair and overhaul station for Spey engines. Rolls-Royce also supports the PT Dirgantara Indonesia’s (IPTN) maintenance, repair and overhaul facility, NTP, where several of the aero-engine types active in Indonesia are maintained.
Indonesian Air Force has a large fleet of Hawk aircraft powered by Adour engines.
Rolls-Royce powered Hercules C130 transport aircraft and Nomads provide the principal logistics support across the archipelago.
The Indonesian Air Force's Grob primary trainer aircraft operate M250 turboprops.
Several hundred Rolls-Royce gas turbines also power military helicopters.
We supply propulsion systems and marine equipment for Indonesia’s naval and commercial ships, including fast ferries, tugs, tankers and container ships, plus fishing and oil and gas support vessels.
The products we supply include deck machinery, steering gears, continuous pitch propellers, Azimuth Thrusters, shaft line propulsion, tunnel thrusters, and Waterjets.
A significant number of Industrial RB211 and Avon engines are used in offshore power generation and gas compression.
Industrial RB211s in Batam provide up to 80 per cent of the island’s energy demands.
A 60MW base load combined cycle plant with Industrial RB211s is in operation in Samarinda.
A number of Bergen gensets are in service across the archipelago.