Food and Staples Retailing
Company Overview of PT. Prambanan Kencana
PT. Prambanan Kencana distributes food and confectionary products. It offers caramel, beverages, bread and pastry mixes, chocolates, desserts, fruits, oils, nuts, juices, coffee syrups, yeast, and dairy products. The company caters to bakeries, hotels, restaurants, caterers, and retail stores. Its clientele include Carrefour, Alfamart, Hotel Mulia, Dunkin Donuts, Prima Rasa, and Indofarma. The company was formerly known as CV Prambanan and changed its name to PT. Prambanan Kencana in 1972. PT. Prambanan Kencana was founded in 1953 and is headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia with additional offices in Bali, Bandung, Palembang, Makassar, Semarang, and Surabaya; Indonesia.
Block A 28-29
Jl. Suryo Pranoto 1-9
Founded in 1953
62 21 380 6464
62 21 384 3281
Key Executives for PT. Prambanan Kencana
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