PT PP (Persero) Tbk ("PTPP") in collaboration with several other state-owned companies which are members of the DKI Jakarta Provincial SOE Disaster Task Force provide assistance in the form of fulfillment of raw materials for the purposes of the Cooking Post in DKI Jakarta Province. Assistance in the provision of raw materials will be distributed routinely in 10 (ten) locations that have been determined in the DKI Jakarta area. The location points for the establishment of Cook Post are spread in Jakarta, including: Kemayoran (Central Jakarta), Duren Sawit (East Jakarta), Utan Kayu (East Jakarta), Pasar Rebo (East Jakarta), Kebun Jeruk (West Jakarta), Duri Kosambi (West Jakarta), Koja (North Jakarta), Kebon Bawang (North Jakarta), South Grogol (Kebayoran Lama) and Pasar Minggu (South Jakarta).
The DKI Jakarta Provincial SOE Disaster Task Force assistance program is targeted to be operational for a period of 2 (two) months starting on Tuesday (05/05). The DKI Jakarta Provincial SOE Disaster Task Force will provide raw materials as much as 20,000 servings per day in 10 (ten) locations of the DKI Jakarta Cook Post with an even distribution of 2,000 servings per day per location point. The raw materials provided by the The DKI Jakarta Provincial SOE Disaster Task Force for 2 (two) months, consisting of Rice, Vegetables, Chicken, Fish, Beef, Cooking Oil and Cooking Spices. Furthermore, the raw materials provided by the DKI Jakarta Provincial SOE Disaster Task Force will be processed into ready-to-eat food, the work of which is carried out by the DPR RI COVID-19 Task Force Team.
PTPP along with 3 (three) other SOEs, namely PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk, PT Pelni (Persero) and PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk, handle the provision of raw materials for the Cooking Post at the Duri Kosambi location, West Jakarta.
The provision of raw material assistance for the Cook Post was initiated by the Ministry of SOEs carried out by SOE companies incorporated in the DKI Jakarta Provincial National Disaster Task Force. The assistance is given in order to help people who are experiencing difficulties due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia and globally. The existence of the Cooking Post is expected to reduce the burden on the community to meet basic food needs in living everyday people's lives.