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Garda Tujuh Buana expects to double sales
 

Garda Tujuh Buana expects to double sales under new contract. The company aimed to sell a total of 5.7 to 6 million metric tons of coal by end of 2012. Until June 30, GTB already get orders about 4.2 million metric tons. 

 
 
PT Garda Tujuh Buana Tbk
 
 
 
27th of June 2012, Annual General Meeting of Shareholders and Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders
 

Company assembled Annual General Meeting of Shareholders (AGMOS) and followed by Extraordinary General Meeting of Shareholders (EGMOS). The results of AGMOS inter alia are:

  1. to approve the Board of Directors’ Accountability Report and the Board of Commissioners’ Supervisory Report for the operation of the Company for the fiscal year that ended on 31 December 2011 as contained in the Annual Report of the Company for fiscal year that ended on 31 December 2011;
  2. to ratify the Balance Sheet and Profit/Loss Statement for the fiscal year that ended on 31 December 2011 and therefore give a full release and discharge of the responsibility (acquit et de charge) to members of Board of Directors for Board of Directors’ management actions and to Board of Commissioners for Board of Commissioners’ supervision actions, within the fiscal year that ended on 31 December 2011 providing such actions are reflected in the Annual Report of the Company for fiscal year that ended on 31 December 2011;

While, the results of EGMOS inter alia are:

  1. to approve the appointment new members of Board of Directors of the Company, Mr. Shael Oswal as President Director of the Company replacing Mr. Lalit Kumar Paul and Mr. Gurmeet Aman Bedi as a Director.
  2. GTBO targets profit of 180 million dollars. A nine fold increase from the previous year, which closed at 20 million dollars.
 
 
27th of June 2012, Annual Public Expose
 

Company assembled the Annual Public Expose covering inter alia Company overview, status of coal mining, and market anticipation.

 
 
 
   


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