Profil Kimia Farma


Kimia Farma was the first pharmaceutical industry company in Indonesia established by the Dutch Indies Government in 1817. The name of this company was originally NV Chemicalien Handle Rathkamp & Co. Based on the policy of nationalization of ex Dutch companies at the beginning of the independence period; the Government of the Republic of Indonesia merged in 1958 a number of pharmaceutical companies into PNF Bhinneka Kimia Farma. Then, on 16 August 1971, the form of PNF as legal entity was changed to Limited Liability Company and the company’s name was changed to PT Kimia Farma (Persero).

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Open New Pharmacy in Palopo, Kimia Farma Palopo Offer Free Consultation

Kimia Farma Pharmacy - Palopo was officially operating its operation. The inauguration was carried out by the Regional Secretary of Palopo City, H Jamaluddin, Saturday (8/9).

Kimia Farma itself is the largest integrated health service network company in Indonesia ‘Health care provider company’.

Hopefully the presence of Kimia Farma will provide more health for us. Regarding the consultation clinic, hopefully helping the Nurses and Doctors in the Palopo

How KF Maintains Its Business

PT Kimia Farma (Persero) Tbk. optimistic that it can maintain double-digit growth that has been recorded up to semester I / 2018 in line with the efficiency and transformation implemented by the Company

Kimia Farma I.G.N Finance Director Suharta Wijaya said that the growth booked by the company during the first half of 2018 exceeded the domestic pharmaceutical industry. KAEF posted double-digit growth in net sales and net profit in the first half of this year


Kimia Farma Peduli Lombok Distribute Medicines and Teach Clean and Healthy Lifestyle

Lombok - NTB, (20/9) - An earthquake that occurred in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB) left a deep sorrow for the people of Indonesia. Not only caused many casualties, but also material losses. Based on data from the Lombok Earthquake Response Post in mid-August 2018, there were 352,793 people living in evacuation centers.