Indonesia Maritime, Transport & Logistics Week 2017
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We are pleased to announce the launch of Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017 that will open its door in Jakarta International Expo (JIExpo) this coming 10 – 12 October 2017.
Indonesia Maritime, Transport & Logistics Week 2017 is a national agenda that consist of the series of exhibitions which are Indonesia Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics (ITSCL); Intra-Logistics Indonesia (ILI); Warehousing Indonesia (WHI); Indonesia Trucks & Commercial Vehicles (ITCV); Indonesia Maritime Expo (IME); Indo Airport Expo (IAE); Jakarta International Logistics Summit & Expo (JILSE) and Indonesia Logistics Solution Day (ILSD). This series of exhibitions is taking place from 10 - 12 October 2017 at Jakarta, Indonesia (Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran).
Hosted by KADIN Indonesia and organised by Reed Panorama Exhibitions, the Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017 will bring together the entire Maritime, Transportation and Logistics stakeholders to understand the latest government initiatives, regulations and offerings from President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) since 2015 when he announced the transformation for Indonesia from a consuming to producing nation during the World Economic Forum.
With the recent launch of the 15th economic policy package that emphasize on logistics reform, (together with the earlier 14 packages), Indonesia is well positioned to improve and transform the maritime, transport and logistics sector to reduce the logistic cost from 24% of GDP to 19.2% by 2019, and therefore, increasing in foreign investments to expand manufacturing sectors, and expanding manufacturing bases to the entire Indonesia.
Maritime Developments – In conjunction with Indonesia Maritime Expo 2017 (IME), the Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017 will present the shipbuilding industry developments, the strength of locally produced maritime equipment, the developments of the ports throughout Indonesia and the showcase of the domestic shipping routes that are strongly supported and funded by the Government. As part of Jokowi’s vision to transform Indonesia into a maritime nation, the Global Maritime Fulcrum created by Jokowi will be part of the key highlights for the maritime industry.
Transportation Developments – In conjunction with Indonesia Trucks and Commercial Vehicles 2017 (ITCV), the Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017 will present the latest offerings from the commercial vehicles and the carrosserie manufacturers to support the 14 key manufacturing sectors identified by the Government. In addition, the Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017 will showcase the developments and updates on the transportation infrastructure programme in Indonesia covering Land, Sea and Air sectors. The Land sector will see the updates and developments from the inter-cities toll road connectivity, High Speed Railways, Inner Cities Mass Rapids (MRT) & Light Rail Transit (LRT), Public Transportation transformation such as Transjakarta, Taxis, Public Buses and including e-commerce/mobile apps players that are crucial in transportation and logistics reforms. The Sea sector will present the updates from both government and private sectors particularly ports that will provide the key connectivity for passenger and cargo between inter-islands. The extension of the government backed “Sea Toll” will also be launched in Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017. The Air (aviation) sector will presents the latest developments on air connectivity throughout Indonesia and the updates on the air cargo sectors in Indonesia. The Transportation developments in Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017 will be a key feature of the week.
Logistics Developments – The logistic developments is a key focus from the Indonesia government. logistics forms one of the key reform objectives since 2015 where 15 economic policy packages are announced. The 15th economic package launched on 15 June 2017 focuses on 4 key aspects aimed at improving logistics in the country. Strengthen insurance policies for transportation to ensure cargos are risk guaranteed, reducing cost and red tapes for logistic service providers, improving on the Indonesia National Single Window (INSW) to ensure one single platform for logistics and reduction of prohibited and restricted goods to allow more manufacturing industry to flourish in Indonesia. In conjunction with Indonesia Transport, Supply Chain & Logistics 2017, expect a comprehensive product offerings, technology and solution for the logistics service providers to expand and upgrade to meet the demands and needs of the industry; manufacturers to find solution for their supply chain challenges and distribution needs, and for the import & export driven businesses to find reliability and efficiency to keep cost down. Indonesia Warehousing 2017 and Intralogistics Indonesia 2017 forms an important segment of the Logistics sector as the importance of warehousing continue to rise with the expansion of manufacturing sectors throughout Indonesia. The fast growing E-commerce and the relaxation of business regulations which allows 100% foreign ownership in warehousing and cold chain logistics, the numbers of warehouses, trans-shipment centers and distribution centers continue to increase exponentially. The Indonesia Warehousing will cover on the best practises and solution in the construction, building materials, facility management, security & fire safety and all building aspects of the facilities. Intralogistics Indonesia 2017 brings together all storage facilities, material handling equipment & solution, automated systems to the logistics service providers, warehouse owners & operators, manufacturers and import & export businesses. With the close collaboration between government and private sectors, Indonesia logistics reforms is on track to achieve the 2019 target of achieve logistic cost to meet 19.2% of the GDP.
Registration is complimentary for all trade professionals. Online registration will close a few days before the exhibition, upon which you can register onsite during the exhibition dates. Visitors dressed in shorts/ bermudas/ singlets/slippers will not be allowed entry into the exhibition halls. As part of our sustainability efforts, we also encourage a no-coat, no-tie dress code, so that in-hall temperatures can be set at a sustainable yet optimally comfortable level. Registration is complimentary (FREE) for all visitors including trade professionals, governments and students. The onsite seminar/ conference/ summit is complimentary. When you register to visit the exhibition, you will also be able to attend the seminars without registering again. There will be a FEE to register seminar/ conference/ summit as REFRESHMENT, include: food & beverage.
Who is this Organizer?
Reed Panorama Exhibitions (RPE)
RPE is a joint venture between the world’s leading event organizer Reed Exhibitions and Indonesia’s leading tourism, transportation and hospitality group of companies, the Panorama Group. RPE aims to create professional, quality business to business platforms by working closely with relevant government agencies, industry partners, trade associations, venue owners, contractors and customers so as to deliver events for the industry by the industry.
Reed Exhibitions Transport & Logistics
Reed Exhibitions Transport & Logistics portfolio consists of nineteen trade transport and logistics fairs taking place in some of the most important and dynamic logistics markets in the world: Brazil, France, Indonesia, India and USA.
How it will benefits my Business and/or Personal Career?
Indonesia Maritime Transport & Logistics Week 2017 is strongly supported by State Coordinating Ministry of Economy and State Coordinating Ministry of Maritime and is endorsed by Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Industry, Ministry of State Owned Enterprise, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Maritime Affairs & Fisheries and Ministry of Public Works & Public Housing.