Indonesia has been listed as one of the world’s top 10 manufacturers by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO).
According to UNIDO’s 2016 International Yearbook of Industrial Statistics, Indonesia’s manufacturing industry accounts for almost a quarter of the country’s GDP. Read more
Pt Sanki Cranes Indonesia: Leading the heavy lifting solution
PT. Sanki Cranes Indonesia was the first Japanese hoist crane manufacturing facility in Indonesia.
It is established in 2011 provided with more than 60 years of experience in Japan. PT. Sanki Cranes Indonesia produces heavy duty cranes that are designed to improve the customer’s processes by moving loads ergonomically and safely. Read more
Asia Airblast and Kaitai at Manufacturing Indonesia
This is the first time Asia Airblast Pte Ltd collaborated with Kaitai in an exhibition held in Asia. During the 4 days exhibition from 3 – 6 december 2014, we received visitors from all over Indonesia mainly in the manufacturing industries within the country.
Manufacturing Indonesia carries the unique distinction of being one of the largest and most comprehensive events for the manufacturing sector. With Approx. 35.000 visitors and Approx. 1.685 exhibitors.
There were also a number of customers from Automotive Industries whom are supporting the Toyota, Honda, Daihatsu etc. car manufacturing plant in Indonesia. The production team is always looking for new machines & abrasives manufacturer to support their demand. With the support from our manufacturer Kaitai and Sybrandy, we are able to advise our clients on any special requirement needs in surface preparation. Being in this exhibition gives us an opportunity to understand the market better and especially in the different market segment.
Asia Airblast Pte Ltd is looking forward to expand further in Indonesia and around the region.
Manufacturing is being undertaken by Indonesian group company PT. Yamaha Indonesia Motor Manufacturing. The NMAX has been developed both as a global model and a leading force for business scale expansion as set out in Yamaha Motor’s new medium-term management plan (2013-2015). Therefore, the new model is also developed with the global market in mind, including ASEAN and developed countries.
The NMAX comes as a new face to the MAX series, which already has an expansive lineup led by the 530cc TMAX, followed by the XMAX in 400cc, 250cc, and 125cc configurations. The new model was developed with the concept ‘Global Prestige City Commuter’ and inherits the DNA of the MAX series, with sporty handling and styling while combining practicality.
The main features on the NMAX include new liquid-cooled engine developed based on the Blue Core concept, with VVA (Variable Valve Actuation); lightweight and high-rigidity frame that supports sharp and sporty handling; 13-inch tyres; and ABS (the first ASEAN scooter model to be equipped with the system).
The award is a result of continuous growth in volume and value of exports, as well as growth in the number of export destinations. Toyota now exports from Indonesia to more than 70 countries around the world.
According to news agency Nikkei, Toyota is part of an economic transformation that is gathering pace in Indonesia and Indian Ocean countries increasingly do business with each other.
Indonesia occupies a key geographic position for such trade. Companies such as Toyota are using this to promote exports to Africa and the Middle East – the destination for about 40 percent of the 150,000 vehicles of all brands shipped abroad from Jakarta in 2013.
In 2014, Toyota’s overseas shipments from Indonesia grew by 35 percent, and for the first time included exports of the Yaris, Vios and Agya. Some of the Vios production was shifted from Thailand to a plant in Karawang, West Java, because of its superior location for exporting to the Middle East.
Also, Indonesian-made Toyota minivans are exported to more than 10 African nations, including Nigeria and Mozambique. The vehicles are made to Indonesian specifications with high road clearance and strong off-road capabilities that translate well to African markets, says Nikkei.
The Indian Ocean region’s population is projected to grow to three billion in 2040, from 2.2 billion in 2010, and total trade among the 20 members of the Indian Ocean Rim Association has already surpassed $1.2 trillion. In 2020, the region’s share of global exports is forecast to match that of the U.S, says Nikkei.
Indonesia aims to boost maritime trade, and President Joko Widodo, inaugurated last October, has vowed to spend more than $400 billion on infrastructure development including ports.