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Indonesia Trade Mission

2017 Indonesia Trade Mission

EXCLUSIVE OFFER:

NPES members who participate will receive Indonesia in-country expenses paid.

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Trade Mission Program

Trade Mission Hotel

Visa Free - Short Visit

PRINTPACK OUTLOOK CONFERENCE 2017

Info on 2017 Labels and Packaging Innovation Conference


For questions about the NPES Trade Mission to Indonesia, please contact:
Pernilla Jonsson
Email: pjonsson@npes.org
Phone: 703/264-7200

COME AND EXPLORE INDONESIA WITH NPES!

The NPES 2017 Trade Mission to Indonesia features programs in both Yogyakarta and Jakarta. Yogyakarta is only an hour away from Jakarta by air!

The Indonesia Trade Mission will showcase two conferences: the NPES PrintPack Outlook Conference 2017 in Yogyakarta sponsored by NPES, and the 2017 Labels and Packaging Innovation Conference, in Jakarta, co-sponsored by NPES. Join us for this exciting trade mission and to envision how your technologies can benefit the Indonesian printing and packaging industry. The NPES trade mission and two conferences also provide a unique forum for participants to interact with industry peers and practitioners, exchange ideas, discuss strategies, and explore or build business relationships.

REASONS WHY You Need to Explore Indonesia:

1.

Southeast Asia's Largest Market—and World’s 4th Largest Country!
With a population of over 253 million, NPES members have the opportunity on a global scale to enhance Indonesian printers’ productivity with U.S. technology that will advance their competitiveness.

2.

Packaging & Publishing Markets in Growth Mode!
Driven by improving economic conditions and growing middle class, the demand for a wide range of non-commodity packaged products and services is fast tracking in all sectors. Plus, an increasing urbanization rate and rising education levels are increasing the demand for all publishing print products - books, newspapers, and magazines.

3.

The Geographic Advantage!
Strategically located, Indonesia borders on the South China Sea—one of the world’s busiest sea lanes that transports over U.S. $5 trillion in global cargo annually.

4.

Economic Growth!
The U.S. Commercial Service currently ranks Indonesia 4th in the East Asian Pacific region for new-to-market export success of U.S. Small-Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and 2nd in the Southeast Asia region overall.