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Jaya

(ˈdʒɑːjə)
n
(Placename) Mount Jaya a mountain in E Indonesia, in Papua (formerly Irian Jaya) in the Sudirman Range: the highest mountain in New Guinea. Height: 5039 m (16 532 ft). Former spelling: Djaya Former names: Mount Carstensz or Sukarno Peak
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Seven timber concession companies held hakpenguasaan hutan (HPHs, timber concession permit) around DSNP: PT Rimba Ramin, PT Lanjak Deras, PT Satya Djaya Raya, PT Bumi Raya, PT Kapuas Sakti Utama and PT Tawang Meranti, all owned by Indonesian conglomerates; and PT Yamaker (PT Yamaker or Yayasan Maju Kerja), a military-owned HPH.
Norman Chen, managing director of food distributor PT Sukanda Djaya, said "basically, the game must continue -- most businesses hope that this will all be blown away soon.
International exhibitors from Australia, Germany, Korea, Peru, Taiwan and the USA will line up alongside major local players including Andy Mannhart, ELS Indonesia Prima, EMS Indoappliances, GEI (Gelato), Hocatsu Pratama Indonesia, Narumi Indonesia, Prambanan Kencana, Sukanda Djaya, etc.
Sukanda Djaya is the largest operator of cold storage having a number of cold storage facilities in Indonesia.