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Transport & logistics in Indonesia: download a free market report

Indonesia is South East Asia’s largest economy, and is a country packed with opportunities in its transport and logistics sector. Massive government spending on infrastructure, coupled with a relaxation of foreign direct investment regulations, is aiding this sector’s development, which has enjoyed double digit growth across the last decade.

Alongside this is a young, tech-savvy population and a rapidly expanding middle class. Indonesia is well placed towards becoming the region’s logistics hub, but international expertise, technology and money is needed to take Indonesia to the next level. On the demand side, rising incomes, increasing household consumption, and a growth in bilateral trade in goods means cargo owners in and out of Indonesia are on the lookout for business partners to help them move their shipments.

To help companies in the sector get a feel for this vibrant industry in Indonesia, Market Insights have produced a 37-page guide to Indonesia's transport and logistics sector. Starting with general information - an overview of Indoensia's economy, the geographical factors that influence the transport and logistics solutions the country needs - the guide then looks into Indonesian transport and logistics in real depth. This includes a sector-by-sector look at Indonesia's infrastructure - rail, sea, air and road - as well as an overview of the major projects that require general and specialised transportation.

To download your copy of the Transport and Logistics in Indonesia: Driving the Nation to New Heights report, follow this link to the download form.

Already got what you need to target Indonesia? The TransAsia exhibition could be your next step - the main business platform for international transport and logistics firms to meet Indonesia's cargo owners, port officials, government bodies and more. Read more about the event here.


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