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Manufacturing Indonesia all set to open on December 5
Date Published：11/23/2018 01:11:26 AM
The 29th International Manufacturing, Machinery, Equipment, Materials and Services Exhibition will launch on December 5-8, 2018 at Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran Indonesia.
Now in its 29th edition, Manufacturing Indonesia is well known and respected among industry professionals. The show attracts industry leaders and key players in the global manufacturing industry who want to showcase their latest products and services in one venue, the Jakarta International Expo.
This year’s edition will feature over 250 exhibitors including 18 country pavilions representing Germany, Japan, Korea, China, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand amongst many others.
Also co-located with the event will be four other industry events including Machine Tool Indonesia, Tools & Hardware Indonesia, Industrial Automation and Logistics Indonesia, and Subcon Indonesia.
Indonesia at a glance
Indonesia is predicted to enter Asia’s Top 5 Economies in 2030 (4th rank). The country has been listed as one of the world’s top 10 manufacturing industry by the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) – based on 2016 statistic. In full-year 2018 the government wants to see a 5.67 percent year-on-year (y/y) growth pace for the manufacturing industry, higher than the estimated 4.7 percent (y/y) growth pace in 2017.
Special Industry 4.0 showcase
A special advanced manufacturing showcase, titled: “We are INDUSTRY 4.0 ready!” will be featured and displayed at Manufacturing Indonesia for the very first time. This showcase is created especially for our visitors to embark on this Industry 4.0 journey together with our exhibitors who supported the Industry 4.0 initiative in Indonesia.
Earlier this year, the Indonesian government under President Joko Widodo has officially introduced the roadmap “Making Indonesia 4.0”. This initiative is referred to the trend of automation and data exchange in the manufacturing technologies. Industry 4.0 is expected to help revive the Indonesia’s Manufacturing Industry in the future.
It becomes gradually important for factories in Indonesia to meet the manufacturing sector’s growing demands by advancing their manufacturing processes and technologies. We need to be well-prepared to equip ourselves with the global trend in order to bring about transformations.