A Key Event for Transport and Logistics Industry in Indonesia
Entering the era of Smart logistics, Indonesia is ready to become one of the world’s logistics hotspots. Aside from the manufacturing industry, the logistics sector becomes one of the sectors that is still developing and this sector will be the backbone for Indonesia for the future. Indonesia’s logistics market is projected to reach US $240 billion or equivalent to IDR 3,360 trillion at 2021. Currently, Indonesia is one of the largest Internet users in the world and Indonesia mentioned as the world’s No. 4 investment destination, and Indonesia is the massif of infrastructure development which can become significant factors to make Indonesia to be one of the world’s logistics hotspots.
The e-commerce industry has been growing in Indonesia for the last few years and this trend is expected to continue in the future. This has led to the high demand for logistics services both inside and outside the country. Indonesia is one of the most sought-after markets globally for e-commerce, with large local players and global heavyweights fighting for this enormous growing market so many key e-commerce platform build business in Indonesia.
Indonesian government has released the blueprint for National Logistics System Development (Sistem Logistik Nasional / SISLOGNAS) to strengthen national connectivity, through the development of economic corridors. This blueprint not only optimizes the development of integrated physical infrastructure but also optimizes digital aspects to be able to compete in the era of the Industrial Revolution 4.0. According to the report by Ken Research, a noteworthy CAGR of 7.9% in revenue in Indonesia Logistics and Warehousing Market is expected to reach USD 74.9 billion in terms of revenues by the year 2023.