Infrastructure sector

An Expert's View about Passenger Air Transport in Indonesia

Last updated: 26 Sep 2011

Recognising that infrastructure investments are critical to Indonesia’s future growth, the Government has made infrastructure development a key priority. The country requires around US$150 billion in infrastructure investment in the next 5 years.

Sector Briefing Infrastructure sector in Indonesia Why Indonesia ? Indonesia?s economic growth exceeded expectations in the last quarter of 2010, with quarterly growth well above the average for the last ten years. The World Bank?s growth forecast for 2011 has been upgraded to 6.4%, moving up to 6.7% percent in 2012. Recognising that infrastructure investments are critical to Indonesia?s future growth, the otential opportunities and an introduction to Government has made infrastructure other relevant issue. development a key priority. The country requires around US$150 billion in infrastructure investment in the next 5 years. On 27 May, 2011, the President launched the Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia Economic Development, 2011- 2015. At the same time, the Government announced plans for 17 new projects (including Infrastructure development is infrastructure) across 4 provinces. The total high on the Indonesian value of these projects is estimated at IDR. 190 trillion (approximately US$ 21 billion). government?s agenda See the UKTI website for general information about Indonesia. The ?Doing business? guide includes an overview of the economy, business culture, potential opportunities and other relevant issues. UK Trade & Investment Sector briefing: infrastructure sector in Indonesia Opportunities Major Events and Activities Infrastructure development offers significant Building & Infrastructure Indonesia 2011 th opportunities for UK companies, e.g, : (the 16 International Series of Building, Construction and Infrastructure ? Jakarta?s Tanjung Priok Port : Development Exhibitions) Expansion of handling capacity from 4 Contact : Lian Jap million TEUs/year to 9.5 million TEUs/year Email : by 2020. Time : 21-24 September, 2011 ? Tanjung Perak?s Port : Development of Socah port in Madura (East Java) as part of UKTI contacts Tanjung Perak?s expansion. Lian Jap ? Jakarta?s Soekarno-Hatta Airport : Senior Trade & Investment Manager Expansion of handling capacity from 22 British Embassy Jakarta million passengers/year to 60 million Tel: +62 21 2356 5265 passengers/year by 2015. Fax : +62 21 2356 5352 Email: ? Ngurah Rai?s (Denpasar, Bali) Airport : Expansion of handling capacity from 6.5 million passengers/year to 13 million passengers/year by 2013. ? Jakarta?s MRT Project : The first phase of the project : 15.2 km (9.2 km elevated, 6 km underground) is expected to be completed by 2016. Business opportunities aimed at UK companies are added daily to the UKTI website. These leads are sourced by our staff overseas in British Embassies, High Commissions and Consulates, across all sectors and in over 100 markets. You can search for opportunities by sector or country, or register to receive business opportunity alerts on a regular basis. UK Trade & Investment Sector briefing: infrastructure sector in Indonesia Next steps - how UKTI can help British companies wishing to develop their business in the local market are advised to undertake as much market research and planning as possible in the UK. UKTI?s local team, with its wide local knowledge and experience, can provide a range of services to British-based companies wishing to grow their business in global markets. This can include: ? Provision of market information ? Validated lists of agents/distributors ? Key market players or potential customers in the local market ? Establishment of interest of such contacts in working with you ? Arranging appointments ? Organise seminars or other events for you to meet contacts and promote your company in the local market This work is available via our Overseas Market Introduction Service (OMIS) a chargeable service which assists British-based companies wishing to enter or expand their business in overseas markets. To find out more about commissioning this work, or accessing other UKTI services and specialist advice, please visit the UKTI website to find contact details for your local UKTI office. Whereas every effort has been made to ensure that the information given in this document is accurate, neither UK Trade & Investment nor its parent Departments (the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office), accept liability for any errors, omissions or misleading statements, and no warranty is given or responsibility accepted as to the standing of any individual, firm, company or other organisation mentioned. Published 2011 by UK Trade & Investment. Crown Copyright © You may reuse this information (not including logos, images and case studies) free of charge in any format or medium, under the terms of the Open Government Licence. To view this licence, visit or write to the Information Policy Team, The National Archives, Kew, London TW9 4DU, or email: This publication is also available from our website at or for more information please telephone +44 (0)20 7215 8000. UK Trade & Investment Sector briefing: infrastructure sector in Indonesia
Posted: 26 September 2011, last updated 26 September 2011