Tools & Hardware Indonesia, a new feature at Manufacturing Indonesia
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MANUFACTURING INDONESIA SERIES 2010
"Indonesia's vast natural resources will ensure economic growth remains within the 5%-6% range over the next 10 years. Over our 10 year forecast we envisage worth averaging an annual real rate of 5.5%, way above the previous decade’s 2.8% average expansion. In addition, Indonesia will continue to benefit from a young population, which will ensure a healthy consumer base over the next decade, alongside a rising working population. The new political systems has improved long-term prospects for doing business in the country, as it has coresponded with an anti-corruption drive that is re-establishing trust in government institutions."
Manufacturing Indonesia 2010 will return 1-4 December at the Jakarta International Expo Centre, Kemayoran, Jakarta. This year’s event, the 21st in the series is the biggest to date adding further testament to the booming Manufacturing industry in Indonesia.
All 9 halls at the exhibition centre have been filled with a temporary structure, Hall F selling out fast. “This year we have added a new section to the exhibition, Tools & Hardware Indonesia to cater to the increasing demand from companies in this sector ” says Maysia Stephanie, Project Manager of PT Pamerindo Indonesia .
These companies will be accommodated in Hall F and the new feature has already attracted strong support with National Pavilions from Taiwan and China who will exhibit alongside leading brand names including, Bosch, Black & Decker, Fokus Kencana, Hitachi, Kawan Lama, Multi Mayaka, Prima Teknik Mandiri and Rukun Sejahtera.
The Manufacturing Indonesia series of trade exhibitions will also incorporating Machine Tool Indonesia, Industrial Automation Indonesia and Vehicle Manufacturing Indonesia
Machine Tool Indonesia will once again be the biggest segment of the exhibition occupying over 10,000sqm of floor space with leading companies including MoriSeiki/DMG, Mazak, Jaya Metal, First Machinery, Carl Zeiss, Renishaw, Trumpf, Leeport, Dalian Machine Tool, Shenyang Machine Tool, Somagede, Ficep/LVD participating alongside 11 National Pavilions from countries and regions including Turkey, UK, Taiwan, Korea, China, Singapore, Germany
Hall D will once again feature products for Industrial Automation, Vehicle Manufacturing as well as mainstream manufacturing, Instrumentation and Control and Environmental Products.
Atlantik Teknika Mandiri, Autonics, Deutz Power, Festo, GE Jenbacher, Yontomo and Yuan Wira will all be showcasing products to enhance the productivity and efficiency of Indonesia's Manufacturing sector. They will exhibit alongside national pavilions from Germany, Austria, Thailand, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, China.
A number of high level conferences and a large number of individual exhibitor seminars will be held in conjunction with the exhibition.
Plastics and Rubber and ProPak Indonesia will once again be held in conjunction with Manufacturing Indonesia.
For further details on any of the above or information on how to exhibit please contact the organizers: Maysia Stephannie, Project Manager PT Pamerindo Indonesia. Deutsche Bank Building. 13th Floor, JL Imam Bonjol 80. Jakarta 10310, Indonesia. Tel: +62 21 3162001. Fax: +62 21 316 1985. Email: email@example.com
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