According to the Indonesia Ministry of Trade, Indonesian sugar consumption within the consumer retail segment is 3 million tonnes per year, while national sugar production is only about 2.5 to 2.7 million tonnes per year resulting in a shortfall of 300-500,000 tonnes of sugar. Therefore, the new government is committed to building 10 new sugar mills between 2015 and 2020 with Rp 42.5 trillion of investment. Each mill is hoped to be able to process 30,000 tons of sugarcane per day. To achieve the goal, Indonesia’s sugar mill must upgrade and use the modern technology and machinery for its sugar production.
SugarMach Indonesia 2017 is an ideal platform for sugar industry players to explore their business, to network with both local and global communities, and to unveil their latest products of technology. Indonesia’s sugar self-sufficiency effort provides an opportune time for investors to participate in the sector as well as take advantage of various incentives on offer. The bright prospects for investment in the national sugar industry is evident from the growing interests of the private sector to invest in the sector.
The premier of SugarMach Indonesia 2017 taking place on 23 – 25 August 2017 at JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta – Indonesia will co-locate with INAGRITECH 2017, INAGRICHEM 2017, AGROFOODTECH 2017 and INAPALM ASIA 2017. It will definitely be one of the Indonesia’s most prospective one-stop exhibitions for sugar industry players. Last but not least. the exhibition area will be expanded up to more than 25.000 sqm with over 500 exhibitors from domestic and international platform to showcase their new technology and services…See more
SUGARMACH INDONESIA 2017 will take a place at Jakarta International Expo, on 23 August – 25 August 2017. A perfect place for exhibition in a venue built to international standard. Only 30 minutes away from Jakarta’s CBD, half an hour away from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport, 20 minutes away from Gambir train station, 5 minutes away from five stars hotels and leading restaurants, and 2 minutes from Kemayoran highway.
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