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Susi Pudjiastuti was born on 15 January, 1965 in Pangandaran, Indonesia, is a Head Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Indonesia. Discover Susi Pudjiastuti's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
|Occupation||Head Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Indonesia|
|Age||56 years old|
|Born||15 January 1965|
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Susi Pudjiastuti Height, Weight & Measurements
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Who Is Susi Pudjiastuti's Husband?
Her husband is Daniel Kaiser (m. 1992–1999), Yoyok Yudi Suharyo (m. ?–1986), Christian von Strombeck
|Parents||H. Ahmad Karlan (Father) Hj. Suwuh Lasminah (Mother)|
|Husband||Daniel Kaiser (m. 1992–1999), Yoyok Yudi Suharyo (m. ?–1986), Christian von Strombeck|
|Children||Nadine Kaiser, Alvy Xavier, Panji Hilmansyah|
Susi Pudjiastuti Net Worth
Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Susi Pudjiastuti worth at the age of 56 years old? Susi Pudjiastuti’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from Indonesian. We have estimated Susi Pudjiastuti's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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Following junior high school, Pudjiastuti continued senior high school at SMA Negeri 1 Yogyakarta, but did not complete her studies after she was expelled for political activism in the Golput (Golongan Putih, or absenteeism in protest of Golkar rule) movement, which was banned under then President Suharto's New Order. Pudjiastuti was the first Indonesian minister to have never completed a high school education, although after she became a government minister she enrolled for a late high school program (Paket C) and she officially graduated in 2018.
Susi Pudjiastuti has three children, Panji Hilmansyah, Nadine Kaiser, and Alvy Xavier. Her first son, Panji Hilmansyah, died aged 31 at January 2016 in Florida due to heart failure. Susi is divorced and is known to have tattoos and be a chain-smoker.
On 16 September 2016, WWF awarded her the Leaders for a Living Planet Award. This is in recognition of her efforts as Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries in promoting sustainable development in the Indonesian fisheries sector and conservation of the marine ecosystem, as well as her fierce crackdown on illegal fishing in Indonesian waters.
On 26 October 2014, President Joko Widodo appointed Pudjiastuti as Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries under his 2014-2019 working cabinet. Prior to accepting her appointment, Pudjiastuti relinquished her position as President Director of PT ASI Pudjiastuti Marine Product and PT ASI Pudjiastuti Aviation.
She inherited an agency in danger of being eliminated. Foreign fishing boats regularly encroached on Indonesian waters surrounding the archipelago's 17,500 islands. She impounded hundreds of foreign fishing boats and then blew them up. Since taking office, most of the 10,000 foreign fishing boats preying on Indonesia's biodiversity have quit Indonesian waters. From 2013–2017 fishing stocks have more than doubled on her watch. In April 2018 she ordered the interception and capture of the Andrey Dolgov, a notorious illegal fishing boat.
The growing demand for PT ASI Pudjiastuti Marine Product's fresh seafood lead to rapid air transport as a necessity for the business. In 2004, Pudjiastuti acquired a Cessna 208 Caravan and established PT ASI Pudjiastuti Aviation. The Cessna was given the call-sign "Susi Air" and was used to transport fresh Indonesian seafood to Jakarta as well as overseas to Singapore, Hong Kong, and Japan.
During the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami which devastated Aceh and the west coast of Sumatra, Susi Air, which at the time only consisted of two Cessna Grand Caravans, was one of the first responders which distributed food and supplies to victims in isolated areas of the disaster. During this period, Susi Air was routinely chartered in Aceh by NGOs for humanitarian relief missions. The revenues earned from the NGO Aceh missions enabled Susi Air to acquire new airplanes and expand its fleet to routes in Papua and Kalimantan. Susi Air is now the largest operator of Cessna Grand Caravans in the Asia Pacific region
In 1983 Pudjiastuti embarked on a career as an entrepreneur, starting as a seafood distributor at a Fish Auction Facility (TPI) in Pangandaran. Her distributorship evolved into a seafood processing plant in 1996 named PT ASI Pudjiastuti Marine Product which specialized in export-quality lobsters packaged as "Susi Brand." PT ASI Pudjiastuti Marine Product expanded and began exporting its products to Asia and America.
Susi Pudjiastuti (born 15 January 1965) is an Indonesian entrepreneur who served as the Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries of Indonesia under President Joko Widodo's 2014-2019 Working Cabinet. She is also the owner of PT ASI Pudjiastuti Marine Product, a seafood export company, and PT ASI Pudjiastuti Aviation, which operates Susi Air charter airline.
Pudjiastuti was born 15 January 1965, in Pangandaran, West Java, the daughter of Haji Ahmad Karlan and Hajjah Suwuh Lasminah. She is Javanese, but her family are fifth-generation settlers of Pangandaran which is predominantly Sundanese. Her family business was engaged primarily in real estate and livestock farming.