KONE Indonesia, Inaugurated a New Office in the MNC Center Kebon Sirih, Jakarta

MNCLand.com – KONE, a leading brand in the Elevator and Escalator Industry, on Thursday (March 2019, 03), announced the opening of its Indonesia office at MNC Land Tower, 9th floor, MNC Center, Kebon Sirih, Jakarta.

MNC Land Tower is a 37-floors mixed-use building developed by MNC Land that consists of office space, co-working space, cafe & restaurant, and 6-star hotels from the Park Hyatt brand on the top 17 floors.

KONE Indonesia office that located at Park Tower, Jakarta, will also be KONE Customer Care Center in Indonesia. Vice President of KONE Asia Pacific, Axel Berkling congratulated colleagues in Indonesia for the opening of a new office in Jakarta.

“The opening of this new office further confirms our commitment to continue investing in a sustainable manner, and to provide the best service for our customers in Indonesia,” said Axel Berkling.

In Indonesia, KONE also cooperates with several developers, one of which is with MNC Land in providing elevators, escalators and automatic building doors in several property projects.

Managing Director of KONE Indonesia, Yandy Yanuar said that KONE has established cooperation with MNC Land in several property projects, namely MNC Studios, MNC Financial Center, iNews Tower, IDX Building Surabaya, One East Residences Surabaya, and the latest Park Tower in Jakarta.

“In addition to providing elevators, escalators, and automatic building doors in office towers and apartments, other collaborations with MNC Land will continue for projects in Lido and Bali,” said Yandy Yanuar.

The inauguration of KONE Indonesia office was also attended by Chairman of MNC Group Hary Tanoesoedibjo, Vice President Director of MNC Land, M. Budi Rustanto, Vice President Director of MNC Land, Herman Heryadi Bunjamin, as well as the Director of MNC Land, Erwin Andersen.

To provide the best service in Indonesia, KONE Indonesia also has branch offices in several major cities in Indonesia: Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Bali, Makassar, and Medan.