Indonesia Transport Supply Chain and Logistics 2016 Held Together With the Jakarta International Logistics Summit and Expo (JILSE)

07 Nov 2016

Reed Panorama Exhibitions (RPE) re-organized the exhibition Indonesia Transport Supply Chain & Logistics (ITSCL) 2016 which held at the Jakarta International Expo on 19 to 21 October 2016. ITSCL synergized with Jakarta International Summit and Expo (JILSE) in 2016 as a form of unity to promote the logistics industry and the supply chain in Indonesia, and it’s positioning as a logistics center in the Asia Pacific region. Supported by the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Industry, the Directorate General of Customs and Excise, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Indonesia (KADIN), Indonesian Logistics Association (ALI), the Association of Forwarders Indonesia (ALFI), Employers' Association of Truck Indonesia (APTRINDO), Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) and the association of Indonesian Bonded Logistics Center (PPLBI) as well as associations and other support. ITSCL is successfully held an amazing forum for discussion and produce a recommendation for stakeholders in national logistics.

Based on Frost & Sullivan, reveals that Indonesia's logistics industry is expected to expand 15.4% in 2020. It is encouraging growth of sectors including connectivity in maritime trade improvement due to a strategic geographic location for world trade and the increasing of trade-based e-commerce. In addition, the Asian Economic Community (AEC) also opens up opportunities for Logistics Service Provider (LSP) through business expansion in the region. Nowadays, Indonesia has limited logistics infrastructure, the productivity standards in the harbor, as well as the very high of transportation costs, but there are several contributing factors through a network of logistics such as sophisticated network facilities, infrastructure investment, the advantage for the customer's needs, the quality of cargo handling also training for logistics professionals.

In relation, ITSCL is expected to create a forum for regulators and practitioners in logistics and supply chain industry and brings a new outlook for the industry. James Boey, General Manager Reed Panorama Exhibitions (RPE) said, "This event is a platform that presents exhibitions and meetings and discussions in serial to describe the current issues, solutions and sharing ideas, also networking sessions. We look forward to supporting this industry by creating business opportunities through this event."

This year, ITSCL & ILI, JILSE and ITCV 2016 is scheduled to be inaugurated by the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, but for several reason the Ministry of Finance, Sri Mulyani has opened the Joint Opening Ceremony, replacing Joko Widodo. ITSCL & ILI, JILSE and ITCV also attended by several related ministries during 19-21 October 2016.

Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affair, Luhut Panjaitan; Minister of Finance, Sri Mulyani Indrawati; Minister of Trade, Enggartiasto Lukita; Minister of Transportation, Budi Karyasumadi as well as some executives were involved as speakers and panelists. This year's conference theme is “Looking Forward - Outcome Driven: Driving Continuous Improvement to Make Indonesia a Logistics Hub in Asia Pacific”.

In connection with the support from government and associations, a combined exhibition which conducted by the Directorate General of Customs and Excise and PPLBI to improve the vision of Indonesia to become the center of logistics in South East Asia and supply chain in the Asia Pacific region. Heru Pambudi, Director General of Customs and Excise said, "Development of Logistics Bonded Center (PLB) is important to reduce the Dwelling Time, so the cost of logistics can be more efficient, and be able to make Indonesia as a logistics hub in the Asia Pacific region. Until now, Indonesia has built 14 PLB that serves a variety of sectors such as oil & gas, mining, Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO), automotive, and pharmaceuticals. About 25 PLB will soon be built in the near future, in collaboration with associations and major players in this industry."

Rosan P. Roeslani, Chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN) said, "It is important for the Chamber to be able to build good relationships and a high comfort level with the business community. It can build trust so at the end can support and strengthen business relationships. The exhibition and conference is beneficial in providing the latest news on developments and business opportunities in Indonesia, including transportation, logistics and supply chain. In addition, the conference is a forum for networking for companies to get acquainted or explore business opportunities with potential partners to collaborate with elected. "Rosan P. Roeslani will also participate as a speaker in the session: ITSCL - JILSE SUMMIT: Indonesia Make a Logistics Hub in Asia Pacific".

About ASEAN Trucking Conference 2016

Along with ITSCL 2016, ASEAN Trucking Conference held in 2016 to discuss the challenges and opportunities for trucking companies, and share solutions from various trucking companies in Southeast Asia. The conference is expected to answer the direction of President Joko Widodo in creating a conducive industrial climate in Indonesia, especially.

One of the agenda to be discussed in this conference is government regulations Law No. 22 of 2008 and Law No. 23, 2014 that stating that the Ministry of Transportation has the authority to take over the weighbridge throughout Indonesia. The Ministry of Transportation will manage the entire operations weighbridge and align with national standards.

ITSCL & ILI, JILSE and ITCV 2016 consists of conference and international exhibition which lasted for three days, with sessions build linkages between industry players, regulators and other interested parties. Various topics were discussed in a number of sessions, including global industry outlook, challenges and opportunities, to e-commerce and new ways to create efficiencies.

ITSCL & ILI, JILSE and ITCV 2016 consists of conference and international exhibition which lasted for three days, with sessions build linkages between industry players, regulators and other interested parties. Various topics were discussed in a number of sessions, including global industry outlook, challenges and opportunities, to e-commerce and new ways to create efficiencies.

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