About Smart Logistics Indonesia
More Connected, More Integrated
As the world’s fourth-most populated country with strong growth prospects and market potential, Indonesia is an irresistible magnet for major global investors. The country is South East Asia’s largest economy with an estimated GDP of $3,740 trillion in 2019 and a large services sector. With a population of over 267 million spread across 17,500 islands, the logistics sector is crucial in connecting Indonesia’s people and businesses. This in turn translates into immense opportunities for innovation and new services in the logistics sector to address the needs of this market.
Smart Logistics Indonesia 2021 Exhibition and Conference is positioned as THE B2B event platform that leverages the logistics industry’s ecosystem. It will serve as a key partner to the Government in support of the National Logistics System Development blueprint.
The event platform will gather industry ecosystem players to engage and collaborate towards achieving a better logistics and distribution value chain. Local and international exhibitors will showcase their cutting-edge solutions in Materials Handling, Automation Technology, Supply Chain, Transport, and Smart Logistics, while attendees can learn through these product showcases and solution presentations across the three-day exhibition.
Key Opportunities for a Smarter Logistics Management in Indonesia
Logistics costs in Indonesia are still high at around 25-30% of GDP, suggesting there is room for improvement by lowering costs to less than 5% of GDP in line with regional countries
Source: Mordor Intelligence – Indonesia Freight Logistics Market Study (2019
Indonesia recorded a 17% increase in national logistics distribution volume between 2016-2019, mainly due to end-to-end distribution
Source: michaelpage.co.id – Current state of Indonesia’s logistics industry in 2019
Indonesia is predicted to ship 1.6 billion e-tailing parcels per year by 2020
Source: McKinsey&Company – The digital archipelago: How online commerce is driving Indonesia’s economic development (2018)
National eCommerce growth of USD130 billion in 2020 is great news for the logistics industry to tap in and support
Source: mediaindonesia.com – eCommerce Growing, Logistics Industry Stronger
Indonesia logistics market revenue is expected to reach approximately USD240 billion by 2021
Source: Ken Research – Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market by Sector (2018)
The infrastructure development initiated by President Joko Widodo to build 3,600 km of new roads, 15 new airports, 24 new seaports and expanding 3,258 km of railway networks shows the seriousness of Indonesia in reshaping its logistics industry
Source: gbgindonesia.com – Indonesia’s Logistics Sector; Making Connections
Event Highlights: Engaging and Inclusive with a Difference
Smart Logistics Indonesia is designed as a platform to offer new learning, insights on developments, and promote adoption of Logistics 4.0 across key industry sectors in Indonesia. It includes new market activities and programmes for targeted audience groups across multiple industry sectors, addressing their different needs, level of understanding and Adoption of Logistics 4.0