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MANUFACTURING INDONESIA - EXPORT TO THE LARGEST ECONOMY IN ASEAN

The 28th International Manufacturing Machinery, Equipment, Materials and Services Exhibition 
Including: Machine Tools, Tools & Hardware, Industrial Automation & Logistics,

6 – 9 DECEMBER 2017 
JAKARTA, INDONESIA

Now is the ideal time for UK companies to export to one of the world’s leading emerging markets and fastest growing economies. Indonesia is part of the ASEAN Economic Community which allows fee movement of goods, services and skilled labour between member states which currently comprises of Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia and Brunei.

With over 600 million people, ASEAN's potential market is larger than the European Union or North America. ASEAN is one of the most open economic regions in the world, with total merchandise exports of over $1.2 trillion - nearly 54% of total ASEAN GDP and 7% of global exports. ASEAN’s physical infrastructure is critical to the ASEAN Economic Community’s goal of establishing a single market and production base. Cross-border roads, power lines, railways and maritime development will help propel the community forward. This in turn will boost existing and new value chains or production networks. 

David Cameron met the Indonesian President Joko Widodo in April 2016 to discuss security, trade and other global issues. Airbus and Rolls Royce signed an agreement with Garuda Airlines for a £4 billion which will be worth £1 billion to the UK economy. David Cameron said “This deal underlines the increasing importance of our ties with Indonesia – a fast growing economy and set to become the seventh largest in the world by 2030. We are the fifth biggest investor in Indonesia and our relationship has more untapped potential. We want to encourage more British businesses to seize on these opportunities and we will continue to support them by banging the drum for British skills and expertise.”

Indonesia is one of the world’s leading emerging economies and is one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. It has a population of over 251 million and a growing, and affluent middle class, which is estimated to be at least 35 million. The largest economic sector in Indonesia is manufacturing and processing, which contributes around 24% of the Gross Domestic Product. Exhibiting at Manufacturing Indonesia will give you unique access to this market of increasing global importance and the chance to establish and promote your business in a cost effective way.

Manufacturing Indonesia is the largest manufacturing event in South East Asia’s largest market. The previous exhibition attracted 2,073 exhibiting companies from 31 countries and 31,580 visitors. The exhibition will feature participation from the world’s leading manufacturing companies and attract visitors from Indonesia’s key manufacturing and engineering sectors. For further information please see: www.manufacturingindonesia.com

The Engineering Industries Association (EIA) is pleased to advise that the Department for International Trade (DIT) have agreed to subsidise UK companies choosing to exhibit at Manufacturing Indonesia.

Eligible UK SME companies will qualify for a £2,500 grant, as long as the UK company has paid £2,500 towards the eligible costs for the show which would include space, construction, furniture, graphics, or even freight which wouild have to go out to the market at this tims.

The EIA has reserved space in Hall C 7803 and will appoint a contractor to build a special enhanced structure for the UK group pavilion.  The price will be US$470 (£368) per square metre to include space, and construction with UK graphics, lighting, and furniture. Therefore a stand measuring 9 square metres will cost £812 for eligible exhibitors once the grant has been deducted. The EIA management fee will be £450 + VAT for members and £550 + VAT for non members of the EIA. (based on £1 – 1.28)

We hope that this market will be of interest to you

If you require further information on exhibiting at the show please contact Karen Finegold on karen.finegold@eia.co.uk or direct dial: 01923 828 991.

We look forward to hearing from you.