Cement consumption is forecasted to grow up to 5 percent in 2016 after growing at 3.4 percent in 2015. The government’s massive infrastructure projects provide a significant push for the cement industry. In 2016, the government allocated as much as Rp 313.5 trillion (US$23.51 billion) to infrastructure, marking its commitment to develop ports, roads and others facilities across the archipelago. The allocation is an increase on the Rp 290.3 trillion earmarked for infrastructure in 2015.
The government has also issued 12 economic packages and deregulation measures that make it easier to do business in the country. In parallel Bank Indonesia’s (BI) series of interest rate cuts – the rate now stands at 6.75% – have made bank financing more affordable.
Meet the right people
We expect more than 6,000 visitors to the show including senior decision makers in the region you can speak to about your products and services. When times are tough, the Concrete Show works harder for your marketing budget than any other media.
- Focused market penetration – reach a large section of the market in just three days which may otherwise take you months.
- Generate direct sales while simultaneously enhancing your brand image.
- Business is conducted face to face – the most persuasive form of selling, and of building customer relationships.
- Gather market information and understand the competitor landscape. See what they are doing in the region which you may not be.
- Meet a highly targeted audience for concrete which allows you to communicate your message more effectively.
We have a wide range of exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities available to suit all objectives and budgets. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch to discuss your interest or requirements with the team.