Indonesia’s Energy & Engineering shows open to public

Indonesia’s Energy & Engineering shows open to public

Support Sustainable Development for Indonesia

Jakarta, September 18th, 2019 – PT Pamerindo Indonesia proudly announce the opening of Indonesia Energy and Engineering Shows to the public today. The international exhibition contains 5 shows namely Mining Indonesia, Oil and Gas Indonesia, Construction Indonesia, Concrete Show South East Asia, and Marintec Indonesia. The series of exhibition is aiming to support and facilitate the industry’s efforts to support sustainable development for Indonesia.

With a showcase that spans across 60,000 sqm of exhibit space, Indonesia Energy & Engineering exhibition is set to be the largest trade exhibition in Indonesia dedicated to the energy & engineering industry bringing over 1,400 exhibiting companies from 39 countries worldwide as well as 15 country pavilions. This event is a strong reflection on the stature of Indonesia in the eyes of the world as well as its contribution to the Indonesian economy.

Maysia Stephanie, Event Director of PT Pamerindo Indonesia, said, “We have at present 5 highly segmented events serving the mining, oil & gas, maritime and construction sectors converged as one flagship event “Indonesia Energy & Engineering exhibition” presenting cutting edge technologies and solutions needed for entire supply chain to boost Indonesia’s competitiveness in the region while doing it sustainably.

“Sustainable development is a responsibility of all stakeholders in the industry. We understand that, at times, will pose as a challenge. Indonesia Energy & Engineering event is held to serve as platform for industry players and all stakeholders to share thoughts, engage and form mutually beneficial partnerships to realize sustainable development in Indonesia,” adding Maysia.

Managing Director Andrew Wong, as the representative of the Oil & Gas Industry from Swagelok Indonesia expressed, “Every year the technical challenges grow more complex. Nothing is getting easier in the oil and gas industry here in Indonesia as well as the world. We are facing: deeper wells, higher temperature, pressure, and more corrosive environment. Demanding standards, regulations and other forms of scrutiny and liability are our main concerns in providing a healthy, safe, environmentally friendly exploitation of natural resources and at optimise cost.

“The infrastructure, agribusiness and forestry sector in 2019 is predicted to remain positive and continue even though 2019 is a political year. Medium and long-term construction projects still require investment in equipment. While for the mining sector, although the trend is slightly declining, the potential and prospects are still positive, Kobelco is a wellknown producer of heavy equipment in the world, especially Hydraulic Excavators and Cranes which are known to be powerful, agile, and very economical in fuel use. “Besides, Kobelco products are also very suitable for the tropical climate because they have been adapted to the climate in Indonesia so that the completeness and combination certainly contribute to development in Indonesia in reducing pollution caused by exhaust emissions or being environmentally friendly,” adding Budiono Wibowo, East Territory Director PT Daya Kobelco Construction Machinery Indonesia (Kobelco).

On this occasion, Eddy Kurniawan Logam, Chairperson of IPERINDO, said, “Since azaz cabotage we have seen a steady import of seafaring vessels into Indonesia, creating a trade deficit amounting to $13.10 Billion in 2018. IPERINDO hopes that the government will take drastic action to empower the Indonesia Maritime Industry by establishing favorable tax, fiscal, and financing regulations. Eddy also added, “When the Indonesian Maritime Industry grows, it can meet the nation’s demand in seafaring vessels, and in the future it might even export vessels to other countries. When that day comes we will not see a deficit in the trade balance, but we will generate a trade surplus for Indonesia. This is where Marintec Indonesia plays a pivotal role to facilitate the industry towards this journey.”

Dr. Ir. Hari Nugraha Nurjaman, M.T, Chairman of Indonesian Association of Precast and Prestressed Engineers (IAPPI) conclude, “The number of Indonesian companies that have begun to apply the principle of sustainable development is indeed not as high as in developed countries. However, in the last 10 years, the growth has been very aggressive. Companies that want to live longer, of course, must apply the principle of sustainable development.”

The Energy & Engineering series of exhibition is now open to the public until 21 September 2019 at the Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, and is open every day from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.

Indonesia Energy & Engineering Show is supported by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kementerian Pekerjaan Umum dan Perumahan Rakyat (PUPR), Indonesian Mining Services Association (ASPINDO), AUSMINCHAM, Bali International Arbitration & Mediation Center (BIAMC), Djakarta Mining Club, Women in Mining & Energy, Indonesian Prefabricated Precast Printing Association (AP3I), Himpunan Ahli Konstruksi Indonesia (HAKI), Perkumpulan Produsen Beton Ringan Indonesia (Proberindo), Perkumpulan Produsen Mortar Industri Indonesia (Promindo), Indonesian Welding Engineering Society (IWES), and Ikatan Perusahaan Industri Kapal dan Sarana Lepas Pantai Indonesia (IPERINDO).

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