Indonesia has attained about 20 years of uninterrupted economic growth. During the 2008 global financial crisis, Indonesia navigated through with little difficulty, while effectively weathering the 2018 volatilities facing emerging markets.
The country has sound macroeconomic fundamentals as well as strong policy coordination which enables it to weather considerable global volatility. Indonesia is open to international trade and its major trade partners include China, the USA, Japan, India, and Singapore among other countries. Its exports include palm oil, petroleum gas, coal briquettes, rubber, crude petroleum and more.
The country imports products such as refined petroleum, raw sugar, wheat, cotton, vehicle parts, cars, telephones, and more.
With a high domestic demand, it then provides a suitable market to explore the sea and air freights and your foreign trade interests with the country.
Indonesia oversees an extensive sea freight forwarding in most ports of the country, of which the biggest ones are described below:
Ranked as the world’s 27th busiest port by cargo volume, this port is Indonesia’s busiest and largest port. It is located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It started its operations in 1877 and occupies 604 hectares. The port has 76 berths and handles an annual container volume of more than 6 million TEUs.
It has good rail and road connections to nearby regions in Indonesia.
Situated in Surabaya, Indonesia, this port’s construction began in 1910. It ranks in 43rd position for busiest ports in the world. The port occupies an area of 545 hectares and has 6 main terminals. Its annual cargo tonnage is more than 33.2 million and it has a container handling capacity of more than 3 million TEU.
It has a comprehensive road and rail connection to other regions in Indonesia.
This port is located in Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia. It was built in 1890 and is the busiest port outside of Java. It handles more than 11 million tons of cargo and TEU of 1.2 million.
Its good rail and road connections enable easy access to other regions in the country.
Below describes an overview of air freight forwarding in major airports of Indonesia.
This airport is located in Benda, which is 20km northwest of Jakarta, Java in Indonesia. It was first built in 1928 and served until 1985 before relocating to its current location. It has 3 terminals with one of them serving as a cargo terminal. It handles cargo tonnage amounting to more than 37,000 tons.
The airport has a rail link as well as road connections to other regions in Indonesia.
This airport is located in Tuban, and area between Jimbaran and Kuta. It was established in 1931 and spreads over 295.6 hectares of land. It handles more than 30,000 tons of cargo.
It has rail and road connections to various parts of Indonesia.
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