Four Decades of sustained growth is testament to the dynamic and responsive dedication of Enseval to provide the most reliable distribution resource available.

The march of milestones below map this outstanding progress record.

1973 – Incorporation of PT Enseval. The demand for consumer pharmaceuticals has begun to boom and the company is founded to provide a modern, reliable distribution infrastructure and service.

1988 – Incorporation of PT Arya Gupta Cempaka.

1993 – All trade and distribution activities were transferred to PT Arya Gupta Cempaka.

1994 – PT Enseval Putera Megatrading Tbk Public Offering conducts an Initial and is enthusiastically supported by the marketplace.

2003 – PT. Millenia Dharma Insani was established – providing economical, integrated health facilities, including clinic, pharmacy, laboratory and mini market and hemodialysis.

2004 – Enseval Medika Prima commenced business with a focus on the marketing of medical and diagnostic product and devices.

2008 – ISO certification. The company was awarded ISO 9001 – 2000 for warehousing and distribution, consumer healthcare products and raw materials.

2009 – ISO certification. The company was awarded ISO 9001 – 2008 for warehousing and distribution of pharmaceuticals, healthcare, cosmetics and consumer products. Jakarta and Surabaya centres also awarded for Good Distribution Practice (GDP) by BPOM (the Indonesian National Agency for Food and Drug control)

2010 – Obtained OHSAS 18001-2007 for Management, Occupational Health and Safety Systems

2011 – New share offering – 428,640,000 new pre-emptive rights shares issued at a nominal value of 50IDR per share.

2012 – ISO certification for Bogor branch – Bogor received ISO 9001 – 2008 for warehousing and distribution of pharmaceuticals, healthcare, cosmetics and consumer products.

2013 – Makassar, Bandung and Bekasi awarded – BPOM awards these centres for Good Distribution Practice in Pharmaceuticals.

2014 – Received Cara Distribusi Obat yang Baik (CDOB) Certification from National Agency for Drug and Food Control of the Republic lndonesia (NADFC RI) for Jakarta 1, Kupang, Palu, Balikpapan, Bogor, Jember, RDC Jakarta & RDC Surabaya, Palembang, Jakarta 2, Padang, Pematang Siantar, Tangerang and Yogyakarta branches.