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25 Nov - 27 Nov Indonesia

Road show to Indonesian Ports 2014

The growing Indonesian economy is putting pressure on the transport infrastructure and Business Sweden has since two years back focused on the transport sector which offers numerous business opportunities. In 2012 an initiative on Urban Transport was launched and in 2013 an additional initiative with focus on the Aviation sector was commenced though the launch of the SymbioCity Sustainable Airport platform. Having covered land and air transport 2014 will see an initiative with focus on the sea transport sector which too is an area that the Indonesian government prioritizes.

The overall objective is to increase export of port related products and services to Indonesia

The key objectives for the Port Initiative 2014, a road show to visit key projects and stakeholders, are:

  • Identifying and meeting with relevant decision makers on the Indonesian market

  • Present Swedish solutions and knowhow to these decision markers

  • Initiate business dialogues with these decision markers

  • Strengthening the Swedish image in Indonesia

Site visits and networking with decision makers in Indonesia

  • Visits to all four state owned operators, Pelindo I-IV, to meet with key persons

  • Four site-visits to ports

    • Port of Belawan (Medan)
    • Tanjung Priok Port (Jakarta)
    • Tanjung Perak Port (Surabaya)
    • Port of Makassar
  • High-level networking event at the Swedish ambassador’s residence in Jakarta

Port Sector Overview

  • Business Sweden performs a market intelligence report in order to identify projects that are of interest for the Swedish port industry. The report will be shared with participating companies

  • Prior to the road show Business Sweden will conduct a individual “start-up meeting” with your company for optimal preparations

Contact

Rickard Levin, rickard.levin@business-sweden.se

Emil Akander, emil.akander@business-sweden.se