According to a recent research by Frost & Sullivan, Indonesia transportation and logistics market is expected to grow by 15.2% and road transportation will remain the predominant mode for domestic distribution accounting 70% of freight tons per kilometer.
But, according to the World Bank, Indonesia must improve logistics and business licensing in its “underdeveloped manufacturing sector” in order to truly reap the benefits of a stronger US dollar in its export activities.
On May 19, the Global Supply Chain Council will organize a one-day forum on the emergence of Indonesia in multinationals’ supply chains. By exploring and sharing practical experiences, this unique event will help Asia-based executives to acquire the latest knowledge and the most effective techniques to grow their supply chain and logistics capabilities in Indonesia.
Confirmed speakers including:
– Soerjo Winarto, Supply Chain Director, Johnson & Johnson
– Chris Porter, Vice President Supply Chain Management, PT Freeport Indonesia
– Andry Adiwinarso, President Director, Repex Perdana International PT (FedEx)
– Daniel Bellefleur, Chief Country Representative Indonesia, Tractus Asia
– Valkyn Clive D’mello, President Director, PT Jaldhi Marine Services
– Togar Simatupang, Professor of Operations & SCM, Bandung Institute of Technology
– Arian Ardie, COO, Terrasys Energy
– Thijs Sommen, EVP Corporate Office, Singapore Post
For more information on the speakers or to simply register, visit www.supplychain.id
Early Bird Discount until May 1st! Participation fee starts at US$ 150 (before May 1st). Click here to register: www.supplychain.id
Payment via international cards, click here – Local Indonesian bank cards / Doku wallet, click here
If you have any questions or interested to speak, please contact Esther at el or call Daniel at +62 (21) 29492272.