For the third time, Indonesia will be the first ASEAN country to be trusted as an Official Partner Country at the world’s largest industrial technology exhibition at Hannover Messe 2023, which runs from April 17 to April 21, and brings great opportunities to building a national brand as well as demonstrate the development of national industry in implementing industrial technology 4.0, according to reporting from Liputan 6.
Eko SA Cahyanto, Director General of Resilience, Regional and International Industrial Access (KPAII) of the Ministry of Industry said “Hannover Messe is the right place to promote mastery of industrial technology in Indonesia. This event is also an opportunity for Indonesia to become part of a world supply chain and part of the top 10-world economies in 2030.”
Eko explained that there were four main targets for Indonesia at this year’s Hannover Messe:
- First, to introduce Indonesia’s vision on the Making of the Indonesia 4.0 roadmap.
- Second, promote industrial cooperation.
- Third, promote investment and exports.
- Finally, to enhance bilateral cooperation relations with Germany and enter the global supply chain network.
Director General of Information and Public Communication, Ministry of Communication and Informatics (Kemenkominfo) Usman Kansong said, through Hannover Messe the government wants to convey to the world that Indonesia is a good and promising place to invest with all the facilities and incentives.
Liputan 6 say that the hope is to attract many investors to Indonesia and open new jobs for the community, where this will leverage the Indonesian economy.
“Hannover Messe is a means for collaboration between outside investors and young Indonesians who have already produced technology. We design so that Indonesia is not only a consumer, but also a technology producer,” said Usman who is also the Chair of the Promotion and Dissemination Division at the 2023 Indonesia Partner Country Hannover Messe National Committee.
According to the official Hannover Messe website “the Indonesian stand at the exhibition will give people the opportunity to meet with more than 150 fervent Indonesian co-exhibitors, including colleges, research centers, small, medium, and big businesses, as well as financial and governmental organizations and initiatives, such as the New Capital City “Nusantara.” Automation, motion and drives, the digital ecosystem, energy solutions, designed parts and solutions, the future hub, and international trade and markets will be the main topics of discussion.”
“Indonesia will showcase its capacity for technology advancements, goods and services, and most crucially, its human capital talent pool. Moreover, Indonesia encourages and welcomes the exchange of ideas, capital, and knowledge.”
Source: Liputan 6, Hannover Messe website