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WORLD OF INDUSTRIES - LOGISTICS 1/2017

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WORLD OF INDUSTRIES - LOGISTICS 1/2017

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Supply chain solutions under one roof CEMAT SOUTHEAST ASIA Cemat Southeast Asia, Transasia Jakarta, and Coldchain Indonesia 2017 will bring together key stakeholders in the supply chain industry including; Government agencies, state-owned enterprises, key players, key players in supply chain industry along with technology leaders & suppliers. Following the success of Cemat – intralogistic exhibition series in Germany, China, Russia, India, Australia, and now it’s expanding its business to Southeast Asia region and had selected Indonesia as the central area. Moreover, to present a comprehensive scoop for internal logistic and external logistic altogether, Deutsche Messe joint venture with ITE Group Plc – an exhibition company from Britain through PT Debindo-ITE to organize Cemat Souteast Asia – Transasia Jakarta – and Coldchain Indonesia on 2-4 March 2017 at Indonesia Convention Exhibition, BSD City, South Tangerang. Cemat Souteast Asia, Transasia Jakarta, and Coldchain Indonesia 2017 has received many supports from related associations; Indonesia Chamber of Commerce, Indonesia Logistic Association, Indonesia Logistic and Forwarder Association, and also support from Indonesia Governments; Ministry of Trade, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of Public Works. Busy logistic hub Indonesia to be the host for the three exhibitions coincides with the integration of ASEAN Economy Community momentum in which develops to be one of the busiest logistic hub in the world. It is not a surprise for the organizer to bring intra and extra logistic exhibition to Indonesia. “This region offers extraordinary business opportunities for logistic companies” said Krister Sandvoss from Deutsche Messe. “We would like to present whole range for logistics. This is the first time in Southeast Asia we bring Cemat and two shows together – Transasia Jakarta and Coldchain Indonesia.” He added. This exhibition is expected to attract national and international exhibitors such; China, Japan, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan, Malaysia, and India. It will also bring various products for the industry; industrial truck, complete logistic system, rack, warehousing, crane, access platform, logistic automation solution, freight forwarding, port Gross National Product (GNP, nominal) 2015: 859.0 billion US$ 2016: 941.0 billion US$ 2017*: 1,014.9 billion US$ (* forcast) 2015 2016 2017 Area 1,735,000 square miles Length of the coastline: 50,548 miles operation, transport infrastructure, cold warehousing, refrigeration systems, parts & maintenance, cold storage & equipment. Visitor is expected to come from all around Southeast Asia region. Laurent Noel, Industry Director for Transport and Logistic from ITE Group Plc stated “I am more than please to be able to merge two big trade exhibition organizers, which is ITE for transport logistic sector and Deutsche Messe for handling material and intralogistic sector.” These collaboration will bring another color to the logistic industry in Southeast Asia. “Now is the right moment to hold this exhibition, considering in 2017 Indonesia governments will complete the first batch of new infrastructure project in Java, Sumatera, and Kalimantan, which will stimulate local economy growth”, he continued. Fast growing market This region offers extraordinary business opportunities for logistic companies. It is the first time in Southeast Asia we bring Cemat and two shows together. Krister Sandvoss, Project director “CeMAT Worldwide” Deutsche Messe AG The former Dutch colony, Indonesia, is now a presidential republic and with more than 17,000 islands and 250 million inhabitants it is the largest island state in the world. It is the largest national economy in South East Asia – based on the gross domestic product its share equates to approx. 40 percent. Indonesia is a country in transition. Since 2007 it belongs to the middle income countries. It is a member of the 20 most important industrial and emerging economies (G20) and plays an increasingly important role in the region. The capital, Jakarta, on the island of Java, where more than half of the country’s inhabitants live, is the economic center. 46 percent of the inhabitants are under 25 years old. Between 2004 and 2014 the actual economic growth equated to an average of approx. six percent, making Indonesia a dynamic national economy by global standards. Economically and culturally, the country is integrated into the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), an international organization of Southeast Asian countries. The Indonesian economy was robust against the global negative impact of the financial and economic crisis in 2008/2009. WORLD OF INDUSTRIES – INTRALOGISTICS & DISTRIBUTION 1/2017

High logistics costs Now is the right moment to hold this exhibition, considering in 2017 Indonesia governments will complete the first batch of new infrastructure project, which will stimulate local economy growth. Laurent Noel, Industry Director for Transport and Logistic, ITE Group Plc The island group has always faced infrastructural problems as it covers such a vast geographical area, which, amongst other things has a huge effect on the logistic market. The inadequate national infrastructure drives logistic costs upwards and according to estimates by the World Bank these equate to a 27 percent share of the gross domestic product. E-commerce is also growing and poses new challenges to online retailers and their intralogistic solutions. However, despite these circumstances, the logistic sector is expanding practically twice as fast as the overall economy. There are excellent opportunities for newcomers to the sector. In addition, the competition in Indonesia is nowhere near as fierce as in China. In Indonesia there are around 12,000 shipping companies. Most of these are smaller suppliers that focus on land transportation. Foreign logistic companies generally cooperate with local competitors. In an attempt to resolve the infrastructural issues and to boost the logistics growth market, the government has implemented a national master plan that provides additional infrastructure investments of around EUR 180 billion (converted) up to 2025. Graphics: VFV, Sonja Schirmer www.cemat-sea.com Infrastructure development highlights in Indonesia Business Import (2015) 142.7 billion US$ Export (2015) 150.3 billion US$ 21 new ports in eastern Indonesia aiming to increase connections nationally and internationally Plans to revitalise 40 existing airports across Indonesia including extending 27 runways. Additionally the creation of 15 new regional airports Railway development in Kalimantan, the biggest mining island in Indonesia, helping with the transportation of the raw material out to the national and international marketplace The road development from northern Sumatera to southern Sumatera with budget of US.25 Million. The construction of 1,000 km of highway to improve the connections between the cities Brake technology 4.0 — upgrade now! ROBA ® -brake-checker: Permanent brake monitoring of switching condition, temperature and wear www.mayr.com your reliable partner Mayr.indd 1 16.12.2016 11:05:02 WORLD OF INDUSTRIES – INTRALOGISTICS & DISTRIBUTION 1/2017