Seven Foreign Companies Confirm Relocation of Production Facilities to Indonesia

July 2020

A total of seven foreign companies had confirmed of relocating its production facilities to Indonesia. According to Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), the relocation will bring USD 850 million in investment and create potential employment for 30,000 workers.

Among the companies included in the group are Taiwan-based audio equipment maker Meiloon, Japan’s rubber products manufacturer Sagami, US-based light product maker Alpan, Taiwan-based tire-maker Kenda, Japan’s automotive component manufacturer Denso, South Korea’s LG Electronics and Japan’s Panasonic. LG Electronics chose Indonesia as a regional hub for expansion to other markets in Asia and Australia, while Panasonic sees the country as an export base for its home appliances.

The President of Indonesia is also actively luring 17 more companies into the country. As part of the incentives, President Joko Widodo has offered 4,000 hectares of land in Batang Industrial Park, Central Java as a potential relocation site. Smooth licensing and relocation process are also on the table for companies who are eyeing to establish in industrial parks. Foreign companies who have secured lands for their manufacturing centers will receive assistance in land procurement issue.

(Source: Jakarta Post)

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