Set the Course for Marintec Indonesia


Set the Course for Marintec Indonesia


Set the Course for Marintec Indonesia


Following UBM’s acquisition of the Allworld portfolio of exhibitions, the next edition of Marintec Indonesia, which has been successfully held twice in Jakarta and is now the nation’s leading event for the shipbuilding and maritime industries, will be held alongside Indonesia’s comprehensive exhibition for petroleum exploration, production and refining services and products, Oil & Gas Indonesia, on 13-16 September 2017.

The offshore oil and gas industry represents a major segment of the maritime market in Indonesia, so by holding the exhibitions side by side there will be significant synergies for both suppliers and buyers of products and services. Also being held at the same time is the Mining Indonesia exhibition. Again, transportation of mineral resources is one of the key markets for Indonesia’s ship operators, so the co-location of these events will stimulate new interactions and business projects….read more….

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News

  • Marintec Indonesia to be held alongside Oil & Gas Indonesia 2017 Read more...
  • Oversupply Challenges the Shipyard Industry Read more...
  • Indonesia: $400 Million Approved for Logistics Reform Read more...
  • Minister Proposes Cut in Transshipment Costs Read more...
  • UBM’s Marintec Indonesia Expo to Support Indonesia’s Plan to Create Largest Integrated Seaport in Southeast Asia Read more...
  • Jakarta plans to build biggest port in Southeast Asia Read more...
  • IMO Bullish on Indonesia’s Maritime Targets, Urges Regional Cooperation Read more...
  • Non-bank Financing Playing a Bigger Part in Shipping’s Growth Read more...
  • JSMEA Business Matching Forum in Jakarta Read more...
  • Forum Temu Bisnis Kemaritiman & Lepas Pantai Indonesia – Jepang Read more...
  • IPERINDO Joins Marintec Indonesia in the Pursuit of Transforming Indonesia into a Maritime Power Read more...
  • Japan & Indonesia to Partner for Construction of Patimban Seaport Read more...
  • RI Shift to Maritime Defence Read more...
  • National Connectivity a Basis toward a World Maritime Axis Country Read more...
  • Transforming Indonesia into a maritime power Read more...
  • Indonesia asks South Korea for Helping hand on industrialization Read more...
  • MPA and NUS to Conduct Joint Research in Ocean Governance Read more...
  • Jokowi Invites the Netherlands to Invest in Maritime Projects Read more...
  • MEGAPROYEK MAKASSAR NEW PORT DIKEBUT Read more...
  • PROYEK NEW PRIOK PORT JALAN TERUS Read more...
  • Indonesian President Visits IMO Read more...
  • Sektor Maritim dan Pembangunan Pelabuhan Menjadi Investasi Yang Ditawarkan Indonesia Ke Uni Eropa Read more...
  • BELGIUM, INDONESIA EYE CLOSER ECONOMIC TIES Read more...
  • STATE BUDGET MAY BE USED IN MASSIVE PORT PROJECT Read more...
  • PERTAMINA SEEKS TO IMPORT 132,000 TONS OF LPG FROM IRAN Read more...
  • RI Seeks to Replace Singapore, Malaysia as Regional Logistics Hub Read more...
  • SOEs Team Up to Improve Maritime Connectivity Read more...
  • Pelindo I Upbeat on Kuala Tanjung Port Read more...
  • Govt to Launch Maritime Economic Baseline Read more...
  • CSIS Advocates a Unified Approach to Maritime Policy Read more...
  • Govt aims to make Indonesia distribution hub in Southeast Asia Read more...
  • RI, Belgium strengthen cooperation Read more...
  • Strong loan growth seen in maritime industries Read more...
  • Ministry agrees to build five navigation ships Read more...
  • Indonesia, Hungary step up renewable energy cooperation Read more...
  • Ministry agrees to build five navigation ships Read more...
  • South Korean Firms Eye Shipyards, Electric Cars, Seek Business Partners Read more...
  • Floating Power Plant to Start Operations Read more...
  • Insight: Japan at Risk of Losing the Next Big Thing Read more...
  • 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 is improving fast and shows robust growth of over 5%. Government policies and massive infrastructure projects combined with trade needs are pushing demand in the industry to new heights.

Why Visit?

Why Visit??

Indonesia’s 17.000+ tropical islands provide the perfect setting for a visit to the biggest and most beautiful archipelago on the Planet you can have business with.

Why Exhibit?

Why Exhibit??

Indonesia is at a crossroad: the country must – and is committed to – raise the bar to spur growth which cannot come from commodities any longer.  Indonesia must – and is committed to – invest in infrastructure and in particular in the maritime industry. It is now or never, for exhibitors alike.


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