Hansonland is emerging as indonesia’s major property developer, with a landbank in excess of 5000 hectares in very strategic locations in greater jakarta. Hansonland is dedicated to “Building Cities for Life” and is the prime choice of many institutional and retail investors as well as the Capital Markets.

  • Hanson establishing in the Property Sector

    Hanson International Tbk., holding company along with its subsidiaries has made steady progress in the development of land banks into residential and commercial areas. Hanson has signed strategic Joint Venture agreements with Ciputra Group, a reputed and established company to develop close to 500 hectares of land in Maja Raya, Greater Jakarta. Hanson has also secured collaboration with Bank BTN (Bank Tabungan Negara), a State owned Bank to develop 20,000 units of “Budget Housing” to accommodate the ever-growing requirement. Hanson is in discussions with institutions to develop a “Self Sustained Educational City” in Maja. Hanson has secured Joint Venture agreements with a consortium of prominent developers in Indonesia to develop 850 Hectares of land in Serpong. This would become City of Future with all modern amenities.

  • Hanson Enters Property Field

    Hanson International, a holding company controlled by Benny Tjokrosaputro, has signed contracts totaling Rp 11 trillion ($950 million) with Ciputra Group and state-owned Bank Tabungan Negara. Under the contract, Hanson will develop residential units on plots of land owned by Ciputra and BTN in areas surrounding Jakarta, such as Bekasi and Serpong. The contract with Ciputra Group is valued at around Rp 9 trillion, while Hanson’s partnership with BTN will see the construction of approximately 20,000 houses worth Rp 2 trillion, with building slated to begin in early 2014. Agus Santoso, a Hanson director, said the housing sector in Indonesia remained full of promise with construction of new properties believed . . . . More >>>

  • Hanson Intl to Increase Land Purchases in 2014

    Hanson International, a holding company controlled by Benny Tjokrosaputro, is looking to ease up on its mining activities following a government ban on mineral exports and concentrate more on its real estate business, a director at the company said on Friday. “We plan to acquire more land to increase the size of our landbank, now covering around 3,000 hectares,” Rony Agung Suseno, a director at Hanson, said in Jakarta on Friday without revealing how much the company was looking to invest. Currently, Hanson’s land portfolio is spread across Jakarta and to satellite cities Bogor, Tangerang, Depok and Bekasi. Rony said Hanson had decided to focus its attention on property and decided to halt production at its mining subsidiary . . . . . More >>>

  • Hanson Intl to Raise $414m in Share Sale

    Hanson International, a holding company affiliated with businessman Benny Tjokrosaputro, is planning to sell its shares via rights issue, with a target to raise up toRp 4.6 trillion ($414 million), the company said in a brief prospectus on Friday. Hanson is selling 8.35 billion ordinary shares to existing investors at an offering price of Rp 550 each. Odyseey Asia Fund will be the standby buyer for the shares. The company plans to have an extraordinary general shareholders meeting on Nov. 20, before the rights issue takes place on Nov. 27. MarkAsia Strategic was appointed as the financial advisor for the share sale. Proceeds from the sale of shares will be allocated to help finance acquisition of almost the entire stake, at 99.9975 percent, in property . . . . More >>>