The total size of Indonesia’s rubber plantation area has risen steadily during the last decade. In 2016, Indonesia rubber plantations covered a total of 3.65 million hectares. As the second largest rubber producer in the world, Indonesia’s supply of rubber is very important for the global market.
The tyre market in Indonesia is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of over 13% during 2015-2020. Major factors that are expected to boost Indonesia’s tyre industry include abundant raw material availability, continuing government support and growing domestic automotive industry. Furthermore, domestic tire sales are highly dependent on the nation’s car and motorcycle sales. Indonesia’s vehicle sales reaching 1.1 million units in 2017, growing at a rate of 5 percent and riding strong domestic consumption.
This industries will be more strong with raised S&P Global Ratings for Indonesia’s rating to “investment grade”, bringing Indonesia is a stable country with decent of investment. It is boosting growth and demand from all rising industrial sectors included automotive industries. So it makes increase the requirement for tyre industries.
The successful of Tyre & Rubber Indonesia 2017 which was co-located with INAPA 2017, IIBT 2017 and INABIKE 2017 attracted 1,002 companies represented from 24 countries across the different sectors of the show with 23.168 attendees from over 40 countries in 4 days. The expo has further proved as the Indonesia’s Most Comprehensive Trade Show for tyre and rubber industry.
TYRE INDONESIA 2018 will take a place at Jakarta International Expo on 20 – 22 March 2018. A perfect place for exhibition in a venue built to international standard. Only 30 minutes away from Jakarta’s CBD, half an hour away from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport, 20 minutes away from Gambir train station, 5 minutes away from five stars hotels and leading restaurants, and 2 minutes from Kemayoran highway.
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Citizens of countries not included on a Visa-Free or Visa-On-Arrival (VOA) list must apply for a visa overseas before arriving in Indonesia. Citizens of any country wishing to stay more than 30 days must also apply for an appropriate visa at the their nearest Indonesian Embassy or Consulate before traveling to Indonesia.