PT Dinar Makmur

About Dinar Makmur


Dinar Makmur was established in 1962. We are the first and largest EPS and EPP molder in Indonesia. We manufacture molded parts made of Styrofoam (EPS), EPP, Air Bubble Film, Paper-pulp, Geo-foam, and Special Foams. In other words, we are a packaging specialist that exists solely to protect your product.

With 2 plant locations located in Cikarang and Karawang, a production capacity of more than 5,000 tons per year, we proudly serve more than 500 customers with a successful long-term relationship. Our competitive advantage is distinguished through our quality and reliability, easy maintenance at a reasonable price, and the ability to innovate new product design.

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Providing the best quality is the focal part of our company’s reasoning. Considering the advancement of quality management of Dinar Makmur, our company has been rethinking and strategizing using the zero-defect method as our fundamental prerequisites. 


With the everchanging economy, we continuously innovate and improve our products and services. Our New Product Development team is trained to exceed expectations and satisfy your needs and wants.


EPS and EPP can easily be reused and recycled. Manufacturing and using EPS does not generate any environmental risk to the environment as it consumes little energy and generates little to no waste. Our packaging products have lower footprints when compared to packaging manufactured with other materials.


Dinar Makmur has no end points in the assembly and refinement of your products. Be it an additional piece, or a refinement in the product itself, we would educate and advice you on the best potential outcomes.

Environment Info

Geofoam alternatives are more expensive

EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) or “Geofoam” is gaining popularity as a widely acceptable and cost efficient construction insulation material. It is commonly used for structural fill material, elevated slab applications, road construction and much more

Geofoam is up to 100% Recyclable

Can be made using post consumed recycled content. Essentially, one can reheat it and reform it as many times as you’d like. Through a process called polymerization, polystyrene is created by applying heat and pressure within a mold.