INDONESIA PETROCHEMICAL & PLASTIK INDUSTRY OUTLOOK 2013
- Thursday, 22 January 2013
- Time: 08.30 - 13.00 (Conference);
- At Mutiara 1, Gran Melia Hotel, Kuningan-Jakarta
"What Strategy & Solutions? How is the outlook of Indonesia and Hot Issues Industry 2013
Speakers: AVILIANI (Macro Economist) - Indonesia Economy Outlook 2013 "Opportunities & Challenges" ; BANK BNI - Financial Supporting Petchem Industry ; ICIS ( Trusted Market Intelligence for the global chemical, energy & Fertilizer Industries) - The price trend, Global Supply/demand of Oil, Petrochemical & Plastics 2013 ; HARIS MUNANDAR (Head Center for Industrial Climate Ministry of Industry RI) - Asean Market 2015 ; BAMBANG PRASETYA (Head of National Standarization Agency of Indonesia) - Indonesia Standarization outlook 2015; SOFYAN WANANDI (Chairman of APINDO "Indonesia of Employers Association" - Hot issues Industry 2013
- Fee: Rp 1.000.000/person or Rp 1.500.000 per 2 persons
Suyatno: 0816 1329 520 ; Dede: 0856 9700 6984; Lina: 0813 1982 0289
Organized by INAplas (The Indonesian Olefin, Aromatic & Plastic Industry Association)
INAplas is "The Indonesian Olefin, Aromatic and Plastic Associations"
Established in early 2000, when seven plastic associations , inclusive FIPLASIN ( The Plastic Federation of Indonesia) agreed to merge under one umbrella. The establishment of INAplas was a strategic moved to face the challenge of National multi dimensional crisis which had deteriorated Indonesia Economy as well as the Petrochemical and plastic industry since 1997
Currently INAplas is one of the leading industry association in Indonesia.
Our statistical data on supply-demand of monomer & Polymer are comprehensive and being updated time to time. These enable us to analyze the dynamic of business trend more accurately.
Indonesia Economy is growing around 6.5% annually and this year is expected to grow faster. In line with the government effort boost the economy, The Petrochemical and plastic Industry growth need to be accelerated to keep up with regional Petrochemical development which at the moment are more advance.
Some strategic policy development and actions are worked-out together with MOI staff eg:
- Developing three Petrochemical Clusters,
- Establishing Center of Excellence in Serang, Banten Provice
- Preparing the feasibility Study of Oil Refinery in East Java
Since 2009 Inaplas organization was restructured to enable every sector of the industry represented in the organization. The Industry coverage are also wider by adding aromatic industry. The senior industry experts who have long term leadership vision are also appointed to manage every position of Inaplas organization. The organization become a strategic think tank of Indonesia Petrochemical development partnering with governor official in charge.
Although INAplas member are only around 400 companies, almost all Upstream Petrochemical Manufacturers are INAplas member. Total investment of INAplas member are USD 25 billion with total annual revenue USD 10 billion.