About Smart Logistics Indonesia
More Connected, More Integrated
As the world’s fourth-largest populated country with strong economic growth and massive market potential, Indonesia becomes an irresistible magnet for major global investors. Among its Southeast Asian peers, with around USD900 billion GDP per capita, Indonesia is considered to be the largest economy and ranked sixth among other Asian countries. Logistics become a key point for reaching around 260 million people across 17,500 islands and the opportunity for new innovation to ease business process is always welcome with open hands.
The Smart Logistics Indonesia 2021 Exhibition and Conference is positioned to be a B2B event platform levering on a ecosystem approach. Local and international suppliers will all gather here with specialties to boost Indonesia’s logistics sector in Materials Handling, Automation Technology, Supply Chain, Transport and Smart Logistics.
Smart Logistics Indonesia will act as a key partner for Government and support the Blueprint for National Logistics System Development, attendees can learn many new things through product showcase and solution presentation across three-day exhibition. Smart Logistics Indonesia gathers the players in the ecosystem to engage and collaborate for achieving a better value chain of logistics and distribution.
Key Opportunities for a Smarter Logistics Management in Indonesia
Logistics costs in Indonesia is still high between 25%-30% of GDP and there is room for improvement to lower the cost below 5% similar to its Asian peers
Source: Mordor Intelligence – Indonesia Freight Logistics Market Study (2019)
Indonesia recorded a 17% increase on national logistics distribution volume within 2016-2019 mostly because of 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 a 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 around USD240 billion by 2021.
Source: Ken Research – Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market by Sector (2018)
President Joko Widodo’s infrastructure development of 3,600 km of new roads, 15 new airports, 24 new seaports, railway network expansion by 3,258 km show how serious Indonesia is in reshaping its logistics industry.
Source: gbgindonesia.com – Indonesia’s Logistics Sector; Making Connections