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Japan's Aeon to manage commercial properties in Indonesia

Office real estate boom fuels demand for building maintenance and security

Aeon Delight hopes to clean up in Indonesia's growing facilities management sector, targeting annual sales of about $110 million by 2026.

TOKYO -- Aeon Delight, a Japanese facilities management company, is expanding into Indonesia to capitalize on growing demand for cleaning, security and other services at commercial complexes.

After acquiring local cleaning services company Sinar Jernih Sarana last year, Aeon Delight obtained a license to provide "comprehensive real estate support" in Indonesia. The license allows the new acquisition, which posted 2017 sales of about $27 million, to expand its range of services beyond cleaning.

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