History Of PT Delta Djakarta Tbk

PT Delta Djakarta Tbk. ("PT Delta" or "the Company") was first established in Indonesia in 1932 as a German brewery called "Archipel Brouwerij, NV." The Company was subsequently bought out by a Dutch firm and was renamed NV De Oranje Brouwerij. The Company adopted its current name, PT Delta Djakarta in 1970.

In 1984, PT Delta became one of the first Indonesian companies to list its shares on the Jakarta Stock Exchange and Surabaya Stock Exchange (today, combined as the Indonesia Stock Exchange), cementing its status as a major player in the domestic beer industry.

The 1990s ushered in a period of robust foreign investment in Indonesia. It was during this time that San Miguel Corporation ("SMC") through San Miguel Malaysia (L) Pte. Ltd. (a wholly-owned subsidiary of San Miguel Brewing International Limited, also a wholly-owned subsidiary of SMC at that time), acquired a controlling interest in the Company. SMC is one of the largest and most diversified conglomerates in the Philippines, with interests in beverages, food, packaging, power, fuel and oil, infrastructure and mining. The Provincial Government of the Special Capital Region of Jakarta (Pemprov DKI) is also a major shareholder in the Company, owning 26.25%.

In 1997, the Company embarked on an aggressive expansion plan relocating its brewery from its original base in North Jakarta to a bigger, more modern facility in its current location in Bekasi, West Java.

PT Delta produces fine Pilsener and Stout beer for the domestic Indonesian market, with a portfolio of brands that include Anker Bir, Anker Stout, Anker Lychee, Carlsberg, San Miguel Pale Pilsen, San Mig Light, San Miguel Cerveza Negra and Kuda Putih. The Company has a dealership network spanning the archipelago, from Medan in North Sumatra to Jayapura in Papua Province. PT Delta also produces and exports Pilsener beer under the brand Batavia and also exports San Miguel Cerveza Negra to Thailand and Vietnam.