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Indonesia Logistics Market Trends

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This report is structured as follows. The purpose of this report is to provide latest data of national trading volume, freight transportation and customs clearance and its updates, and the key drivers of logistics business to predict its prospect in the future. The trend of market size projection and cargo projection are also presented. At the end of report, details of setting up companies, relevant regulations and taxation are presented clearly, so as to allow readers to easily understand the latest update in the country. Last but not least, some key success factors are identified to help the investor in succeeding business venture in Indonesia.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Summary

1. Introduction

1.1. Demographic and Economic profile of Indonesia

1.2. Overview of the Logistics Market in Indonesia

1.3. National Logistics Roadmap

2. Logistics Market Trend and Projection

2.1. Logistics Market Size and Projection

2.2. Trends and development of Logistics business

2.2.1 Key Drivers

a. Growing Middle Income and Affluent Group

b. E-Commerce Boom

c. Developing Retail Market

d. Abundance of natural resources

e. Robust manufacturing sector

2.2.2 The trend of Acquisition and Joint Venture

a. Positive Outlook of Foreign Direct Investment

b. Global logistics companies that acquire / form joint ventures with local firms

2.2.3 Start-up Logistics Companies on the Rise

3. Logistics Infrastructure Review

3.1. Transportation and Freight

3.1.1. Roads

3.1.2. Railways

3.1.3. Seaports

3.1.4. Airports

3.2. Customs clearance, duties and taxes

3.2.1. Custom Clearance

3.2.2. Duties and Taxes

3.3. Mega Logistics Projects are Underway

3.3.1. Sea Toll Project

3.3.2. Bonded Logistics Centers

3.3.3. Dry Ports

4. Trade Flow

4.1. International Trade

4.1.1. Top 10 Export Destinations and Import Origins

4.1.2. Major Export and Import Commodities

4.2. Domestic Trade

4.3. Freight Movement Volume

4.3.1. Land Transportation

a. Road Transportation

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b. Rail Transportation

4.3.2. Sea Transportation

Cargo Loading and Unloading in Seaports

4.3.3. Air Transportation

5. Industry Players

5.1. Major Logistics Service Providers

5.1.1. Local Companies

a. Kamadjaja Logistics (KLog)

b. JNE (Jalur Nugraha Eka)

c. Pos Indonesia

d. Puninar

e. RPX (Republic Express)

5.1.2. Foreign Companies

a. DHL Indonesia

b. TNT Indonesia

c. Schenker Indonesia

d. Mitsubishi Logistics Indonesia

e. Nippon Express Indonesia

5.1.3. Start-up Logistics Companies

a. Go-jek

b. Kargo

c. Anterin

d. Ninja Express

e. Deliveree

6. Entering the Market

6.1. Business Environment

6.1.1. Liberalization of logistics Sector

6.1.2. Setting up A New Company in Indonesia

a. Procedures in Setting up a company

b. Taxation

c. Workforces

6.2. Challenges and Opportunities

6.2.1. Challenges

6.2.2. Opportunities

6.3. Key Success Factors

7. Conclusion

Appendices

References

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