Trade Expo Indonesia 2012

21 , 2012

The largest trade fair of the year, Trade Expo Indonesia with strong support from the Government and the private sector, is going to be held this year on 17 – 21 October at the country′s largest expo facility, the Jakarta

The fair exhibits the latest and the finest of Indonesian export products, directcly from the producers. More than 1000 market leading Indonesian companies are ready to serve the business needs of their potential counterparts from natural resource-based rattan and wooden products through to manufacturing products and much more.

The extensive range of quality products include automotive components and parts, building materials, cosmetics, glasswares, metal products, pharmaceuticals, sporting goods, stationary and textilebased products. (the complete list of exhibitors is available here)

Last year, Tradexpo Indonesia attracted more than 8.300 buyers from over 100 countries, and generated US$ 225.9 million on merchandise and 238.5 million on skilled labour. The fact that thousands of buyers from many countries come to visit the Tradexpo Indonesia every year is a solid proof that Indonesia is a reliable supplier of good quality consumer products.

To help the local businessmen, the Indonesian Trade Promotion Center in Budapest offers guiding and personalized assistance at the fair with Hungarian-English-Indonesian translation for Hungarian visitors. The organizers are able to offer free accomodation for a limited number of buyers from each country for the time of the expo.

For further information please visit: http://www.tradexpoindonesia.com/

Or contact the Indonesian Trade Promotion Center in Budapest:

Address: 1051, Budapest, Bajcsy Zsilinszky út 12. 2 FL 214.

Telephone: +36-1-317-6382

Email: inatrade@itpc-bud.hu

 

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