KFC Indonesia eyes 10% increase in 2018 revenue

January 12, 2018

Fast Food Indonesia, the operator of KFC in Indonesia, targets its revenue in 2018 to increase by 10% to around USD 449 million from the previous year. Towards this target, Justinus Juwono, Director, said the company will expand to various regions in the country by adding 35 new regular KFC outlets and 20 KFC Boxes. In addition, the company will also renovate its old outlets. As of September 2017, Fast Food had 599 regular KFC outlets and 40 KFC Boxes throughout the country. The investment for a regular outlet (300-400 sqm) is around USD 335,000-670,000, while the investment for a KFC Box (100sqm) is only around USD 112,000.