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Impack Pratama Enters Forbes Best of The Best Listed Company 2022 Category

Posted by on August 30, 2022 in News & Events

Jakarta, August 30th 2022 – Impack Pratama (“Company”) was selected as one of the companies included in the “Best of the Best Companies 2022” category or the 12th year Forbes Indonesia’s Best Indonesian Company, which is recognized as the 50 best public companies in Indonesia.

For information, the Best of the Best Companies 2022 Forbes Indonesia award is held once a year. Companies that are included in the Forbes Indonesia list are a measure of success for many companies in Indonesia. The assessment is based on long-term performance, primarily sales, net income, and return on equity. Companies that meet the criteria are companies that are consistent with growth performance, including the achievements achieved in previous years, when the company and all other listed companies must demonstrate adaptability and resilience in the face of the new economic environment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Best of The Best Companies 2022 Awards was received directly by Mr. Janto Salim as the Director of PT. Impack Pratama Industri Tbk

And certainly, the Best of the Best Companies 2022 award won by the Company cannot be separated from the hard work, dedication of the organization and management team within the Company, as well as innovations that continue to be developed which all show that the Company has not only survived but has succeeded in providing performance growth even though being in full of challenges economic condition by setting a number of strategic steps and the spirit of Doing Well by Doing Good that has an impact on the sustainable growth of the Company’s performance. The result is evident, the Company managed to record an increase in net profit in the first semester of 2022 compared to the previous year, which grew 39.9% YoY to Rp145 billion and recorded a revenue growth of 27.5% to Rp1.35 trillion in the first semester of 2022.