"Above 1,600 key industry players have successfully reinvent the manufacturing industry and be pioneers of smart factories here in Indonesia. Showcasing thousands of latest machinery and automation technology, we are delighted to be the conveyor of industry 4.0 roadmap in Indonesia, as well as preparing Indonesia in embracing the new era of globalization," said Maysia Stephanie, Project Director of Pamerindo Indonesia, the organiser.
Setting up a nerve center for industry-leading technology, data-driven solutions and additive manufacturing were being most anticipated breakthroughs at the event, which enable people to automatically connect with the intelligent industrial and electrical machines. Data-driven solutions comprises key technologies in the nine pillars of the IoT, such as big data & analytics, cloud, and augmented reality. Key exhibitors showcasing these technologies include DMG Mori, Fanuc Indonesia, First Machinery, Inti Inovasi Teknologi, Kanematsu KGK Indonesia, Indoserako Sejahtera, Indo Kompresigma, Mitsubishi Electric Indonesia, Mitutoyo, and Prima Tigon Global.
"We foresee Indonesia to be seen as future economic giant, with support from government to ease the regulation, predominantly in developing R&D and manufacturing infrastructure. Most machines are now very connected to Wi-Fi and internet, thus, what gave rise to this fourth industrial revolution is a rapid internet connectivity to accelerate the adoption of Internet-connected technologies across industries," added Tony Sartono, Commissioner of Kawan Lama Sejahtera, one of the key exhibitors.
According to a data by World Bank in 2017, Indonesia's contribution in manufacturing sector now boasts the highest rank in Southeast Asia, estimated to reach 20,5% to the world economy. A research from United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) added that Indonesia ranks number 4, out of 15, in the list of countries with highest contribution of manufacturing sector to GDP over 10%.
"Our participants were really satisfied with the outcome of this event. They said they could have more promising business negotiations than they had expected, meetings with many excellent buyers. Japan will consistently support manufacturing industries in Indonesia not only through technology transfer but also human resource development so that Indonesia can be the No. 1 production base in ASEAN," said Keishi Suzuki, President Director of JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) Jakarta Office, which bringing 40 Japanese excellent manufacturing companies to participate at the expo.
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About Pamerindo Indonesia:
PT Pamerindo Indonesia was established with the sole purpose of organising specialised trade exhibitions for the Indonesian market. The company has grown considerably and now organises over 20 trade exhibitions in the Building & Construction, Electric, Food & Hotel, Manufacturing, Mining, Packaging, Plastics & Rubber, Oil & Gas sectors. PT Pamerindo Indonesia is the leading trade fair organiser in Indonesia. Since its inception PT Pamerindo Indonesia has organised over 180 international trade exhibitions in Jakarta, Surabaya and Bali.
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