TINS Stocks Chart
PT Timah Tbk is an Indonesia-based mining company. The Company and its subsidiaries, the Group, are engaged in the business of mining, industry, trading, transportation and related services. The Company's principal activity is to act as an investment holding company and to provide marketing services to the Group. It has 521,065 hectares of tin mining rights represented by 113 mining concessions. Tin metal, including its by-products, is sold to domestic and foreign markets through the Company's overseas subsidiaries. In addition, the Company is involved in coal mining, asphalt and nickel exploration activities. The Company is headquartered in Pangkalpinang, Indonesia.
TINS: Target Penjualan FY 08 Rp. 8,9 Triliun
Target penjualan TINS FY 08 diperkirakan Rp. 8,9 triliun atau naik 4,19 % YoY dari Rp. 8,54 triliun, dengan target volume penjualan FY 08 sebanyak 59 ribu ton atau naik tipis 0,12 % YoY 58.927, seiring tambahan penjualan dari pabrik timah solder dan pabrik kimia.
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