Saturday, 14 December 2019

SOE Ministry Provides Free Homecoming Ticket for 78,000 Travelers

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  • Sejumlah warga mendaftar mudik gratis secara online yang diadakan oleh PT. Jasa Raharja (Persero) di Jakarta, 23 Juni 2015. Pendaftaran Mudik Gratis ini diadakan di Gedung Perpustakaan Nyi Ageng Serang di kawasan Kuningan. TEMPO/Eko Siswono Toyudho

    Sejumlah warga mendaftar mudik gratis secara online yang diadakan oleh PT. Jasa Raharja (Persero) di Jakarta, 23 Juni 2015. Pendaftaran Mudik Gratis ini diadakan di Gedung Perpustakaan Nyi Ageng Serang di kawasan Kuningan. TEMPO/Eko Siswono Toyudho

    TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - State-owned Enterprises Ministry on Sunday (12/7) at Parkir Timur Senayan held a special program, which saw homecoming travelers receive free tickets to return home.

    A total of 78,000 homecoming travellers too part in the program and they departed from Jakarta cities in Java and Sumatra.

    "This program is presented by 22 state-owned enterprises coordinated by the State-owned Enterprises Ministry,” said President Director of Bank Tabungan Negara, Maryono in his opening remarks before sending off the travelers.

    According to Maryono, from 22 state-owned enterprises, 16 of them provide free tickets for the travelers and 6 other enterprises act as provider of homecoming travel.

    Maryono said that 7,000 homecoming travellers received free bus tickets and are accommodated by 153 buses; 4,000 homecoming travellers received free train tickets; 450 travellers received free ship tickets; and 320 travellers receive free plane tickets.

    Maryono further said that this program is a synergy among state-owned enterprises to help the public, consumers and all stakeholders.

    "This is our commitment in the annual CSR program of every state-owned enterprise and we’re going to make it a yearly activity,” he said.

    Among state-owned enterprises joining the program were BTN bank, Pelindo II, PGN, Mandiri, Telkom, and Taspen.

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