Set the Course for Marintec Indonesia


Set the Course for Marintec Indonesia


Set the Course for Marintec Indonesia


Setting a new standard for Maritime Industry in Indonesia

Marintec Indonesia 2016 setting a new standard for maritime industry in Indonesia. There wil be a high-quality exhibition that will provide sellers of marine equipment and maritime products and services with the maximum opportinity to meet with buyers and decision makers. An international conference and a full program of technical seminars will be held alongside the exhibition.

News

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  • ASDP Allocates IDR 500 Billion for Vessel Procurement Read more...
  • BKPM Eyes 19 Countries to Meet Investment Target Read more...
  • Maritime Load Distribution Reaches IDR 4.41 Trillion Read more...
  • Indonesia Requires US$ 822 M to Build New Fleets Read more...
  • Indonesia Building Fleet of Livestock Carriers Read more...
  • Indonesia Launches Massive Port Expansion Read more...
  • Strengthening The Potential of the Shipyard Industry as the Main Force Indonesia’s Maritime Sector Read more...
  • New Deals to Boost Indonesia’s Economy Read more...
  • Empat Pelabuhan Beroperasi 2018 Read more...
  • MARINE INFRASTRUCTURE: Four Ports Commence Operations in 2018 Read more...
  • Perbaiki Birokrasi di Pelabuhan Read more...
  • Improve Bureaucracy at the Port Read more...
  • RAKING IN RP 20.8 TRILLION IN GLOBAL BOND FUNDS: Pelindo II Injects Rp 8 Trillion to New Priok Port Read more...
  • MARINE HIGHWAY INFRASTRUCTURE: Bitung Development Starts This Year Read more...
  • Era Baru Kejayaan Maritim di Indonesia Read more...
  • New Maritime Glory Era of Indonesia Read more...
  • Indonesian Shipbuilders Confirm Their Support for Marintec Indonesia Read more...

Why Indonesia

Why Indonesia?

Indonesia’s economy showing robust growth of 6-7%, demand for marine transportation is snowballing.

Why Visit?

Why Visit??

Indonesia`s commercial shipping fleet is expanding rapidly. Between 2005 and 2012 it increased by more than 60%, from 6,041 ships to 11,300, following the implementation of new cabotage rules.

Why Exhibit?

Why Exhibit??

The high potential of the Indonesian maritime industry making it a perfect market for finding new buyers for your products and services.