Indonesia’s growth still remains a good 6.3% year on year in the first quarter of 2012 and is expected to pick up in 2013, moving to 6.4%, making is a still very potential market for trade activity.
Being the largest a archipelagic country in the world, made up of more than 17,000 islands, maritime transportation is clearly essential to the market.
Moreover, with the government’s implementation of the Cabotage Law (promotion of domestic fleet and increase of local content), where only locally flagged vessels must be used for operating/ transporting cargoes and passengers within domestic waters. This saw an increase of national merchant fleet by 63% from 6,041 units. This number of companies has also increased from 1,153 in 2004 to 1,758. This regulation has boosted the revival of Indonesia’s fledgling shipbuilding industry against foreign competition.
Indonesian Ship Operator are also expected to gain 25% coal export share by sea from the total projection of 240 million tons in 2012.
No. of presentation: 4th Edition
Frequency : Bi-Annual
Admission : Business card registration for maritime trade professionals.Minors below the age of
18 will not be admitted
Dress code : Business attire
at 05-07 Sep 2013, Jakarta Convention Centre, Jakarta, Indonesia
The Gateway to Indonesia's Rising Maritime Market
Tanggal : 05 September 2013 s/d 07 September 2013
Tempat : Hall A, Balai Sidang, Jakarta Convention Center, Indonesia
Pukul : 10.00am – 18.00.00 WIB