Prospect of Cold Chain Industry in Indonesia
As a part of EIBN’s focus on cold storage, the EU-Indonesia Business Network (EIBN) organised the info session “Prospect of Cold Chain Industry in Indonesia” on Thursday, 4th of August 2016 at EKONID office. The info session was supported by the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries and the Indonesia Cold Chain Association .
The demand of cold storage and cold chain comes from many sectors, such as the fisheries, food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and even retail sector. Indonesia is still in need of a reliable and suitable supply chain in order to ensure distribution of goods across each part of the country. Therefore, this event aimed to provide further knowledge of cold chain industry in Indonesia, as well as the prospects for EU investment ahead in this sector.
The session was opened by the EIBN Executive Director Mr. Martin Krummeck and the session was followed by presentations on:
- Cold Chain Industry Business in Indonesia by Mr. Anang Noegroho, Executive Director of Directorate for Investment Development and Strategy, Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries Republic of Indonesia
- Indonesia Future Cold Chain Strategy and Challenges” by Mr. Hasanuddin Yasni, ARPI - Asosiasi Rantai Pendingin Indonesia – Indonesia Cold Chain Association
All presentations and discussions were welcomed by the participants with high enthusiasm.
This info session was part of the EIBN Info Session series programme for EU embassies, chamber of commerce and industries and business support organisations in Indonesia.