New Indonesia Manufacturing Summit Unveils Prospects in Auto, OEMs, F&B, Packaging Sectors

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On 28-29 January, 2015, CMT’s new Indonesia Manufacturing Summit will explore if Indonesia can be ‘Asia’s Next Manufacturing Hub’. Held in Jakarta, the summit spotlights on viability of Indonesia as a low-cost manufacturing hub in light of the new ‘Jokowi’ administration and much more.

NEW Indonesia Manufacturing Summit

The summit will bring specific industry updates from automotive, OEMs, agro-chemical, food and beverages, packaging to market penetration of tablets and smartphones as well as provide insights on private equity, logistics roadmap, and role of SEZs.

In response to the emerging manufacturing domain in Indonesia, this summit will bring specific industry updates from automotive, OEMs, agro-chemical, food and beverages, packaging to market penetration of tablets and smartphones as well as provide insights on private equity, logistics roadmap, and role of SEZs.

Major manufacturers invited as speakers are PT. Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia sharing latest updates on ‘Propelling Indonesia as an Automotive Manufacturing Powerhouse’ and Danone Aqua providing key details on ‘Harnessing the Full Potential of Food & Beverage Manufacturing in Indonesia’. In addition, two key sessions on ‘Opportunities in the Halal Food Production Market’ and ‘Leveraging Quality, Cost & Process Optimization in the Beverage Packaging Industry’ will be delivered by Nestle Berhad and PT Indo Tirta Abadi respectively.

In view of the new government’s plans to fast track development in Eastern Indonesia, a Panel Discussion on ‘Manufacturing Opportunities in Eastern Indonesia’ has been added to the agenda.

Other notable sessions are:

Chris de Lavigne, Global VP, Industrial Practices, Frost & Sullivan

  •          Private Equity: Finding its Niche in Indonesia’s Investment Portfolio

Nigel Khoo, Partner, Saratoga Capital

  •          Managing Supply Chain Network: Overcoming Logistics Challenges in Indonesia

Ivan Kamadjaja, CEO, PT Kamadjaja Logistics

  •          Role of Special Economic Zone in Accelerating Industrial & Manufacturing Sector

Enoh Suharto Pranoto, Secretary of National Council for Special Economic Zone, The Coordinating Ministry for Economics Affairs

  •          Indonesia Economic Outlook – Opportunities, Risk and Key Themes for 2015

Aldian Taloputra, Fixed Income & Economic Research, PT. Mandiri Sekuritas

Heru Sutadi, Executive Director, Indonesia ICT Institute

Senior executives of Manufacturing / Operations / Production / Supply-chain / Logistics departments from manufacturing sectors (F&B, FMCG, Automotive, Garment, Industrial, Packaging, Pharmaceuticals, Electronics, Chemicals, etc.), as well as Equipment / automation machineries suppliers & solution providers, EPC companies, Financiers, Consultants, Legal firms, Distributors, Logistics & Shipping companies are expected to join the summit.

View the event website for more details or contact Ms. Grace at +65 6346 9147.

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