Concrete Show South East Asia 2017




Concrete Show South East Asia provides you with the perfect platform to meet, network and collaborate within the concrete and construction industry in Indonesia and South East Asia Region.

Held over a period of three days, Concrete Show South East Asia brings together the key players from the full spectrum of the concrete supply chain in the world of civil construction for paving, surfacing, building and infrastructure.

The 5th edition of Concrete Show South East Asia will be held 13 – 16 September 2017 at Jakarta International Expo.

Venue

Jakarta International Expo

Organizer

PT. UBM Pameran Niaga Indonesia

Europe, America & Australia/NZ Pavilion

MEREBO Messe Marketing

Product Sectors

• Assembly Lines
• Concrete / Cement Manufacturers
• The Chemicals Industry (additives, waterproofing and sealants)
• Concrete Tool Manufacturers
• Concrete Block Manufacturers
• Equipment for Construction
• Equipment for Concrete Production Plants
• Formwork
• Heavy and Light Machinery
• Jointing Products
• Transportation Equipment
• Precast Concrete Products
• Precast Concrete Moulds
• Rebar Machinery
• Equipment for Demolition and Repair
• Measuring Equipment
• Mobile and Static Batching Plants
• Software
• Plant Hire Services





Why Indonesia?

• Indonesia's construction market is the biggest within ASEAN, accounting for 60-70 percent of the total market in the region. The rapid growth of the construction industry has turned the construction sector into the largest contributor to Indonesia's national income at about 10 percent

• The government has launched a one-million homes per year program to reduce the housing demand backlog

• The use of precast concrete technology in Indonesia accounts for only 16% of the total concrete works market within the country, and the government planned to accelerate the growth to reach 50%

• Concrete currently accounts for 40 percent of construction materials used in projects nationwide. The government has allocated Rp 658 trillion (US$48.77 billion) in five years for infrastructure development, and has estimated that all of its planned infrastructure and construction projects will cost IDR 5.4 quadrillion

Concrete Show South East Asia is supported by

• The Ministry of Public Works and Housing Republic of Indonesia
• National Construction Services Development Board
• Indonesian Association of Precast and Prestressed Engineers
• Indonesian Association of Precast and Prestressed Companies
• Indonesian Society of Civil and Structural Engineers
• Indonesian Contractor Association
• Indonesian Cement Association
• National Association of Indonesian Consultant
• Real Estate Indonesia
• Indonesian Asphalt and Concrete Association
• The American Concrete Institute - Singapore Chapter
• Singapore Manufacturing Federation