An on the spot presence with experienced professional personnel is the most effective and efficient way to develop businesses and projects.
Our Indonesian Representation Services aim to provide non-Indonesian companies instantly with an effective, efficient and productive Indonesian operations without the usual time consuming preparatory works and high start-up costs. With our services, foreign companies will be able to start its Indonesian operations immediately and avoid those time-consuming preparatory works and high start-up investments and expenses.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
Clients can opt for part or all of the following representation services:
- Serving as your Indonesian Representative
- Business Development, Marketing & Sales activities for and on your behalf
- Project Development & Project Management activities for and on your behalf
- Procurement activities for and on your behalf
- Signing agreements for and on your behalf
- Search & selection of Indonesian business partners
- Collecting payments for and on your behalf
- Selling your Indonesian business
- Acquisition of Indonesian Companies
- Provision of part-time or full-time personnel for your Indonesian activities
- Oil & Gas
- Heavy Equipment
- Real Estate
- Food & Beverage
- Office Equipment
- Government Services
Jakarta Service your Indonesian Representative in Jakarta Indonesia
Indonesia is located in South-east Asia between the Indian and Pacific Oceans and is bordered by Malaysia, Singapore, East Timor and PNG.
The main islands of Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua feature spectacular mountain ranges flanked by rich coastal plains, fertile valleys and large areas of lowlands.
The smaller islands, many of which are uninhabited, are often fringed by brilliant beaches and coral reefs and bedecked with tropical palm trees.
A large percentage of world trade transits the strategically important Straits of Malacca that link the Indonesian ocean littoral to the South China Sea and the larger Pacific Ocean basin.
Indonesia is rich in natural resources, coal, minerals like tin, gold, copper, nickel and bauxite, oil & gas and fertile land to support agricultural products.
The archipelago’s tropical weather and huge land bank makes it ideal for producing
palm oil, rubber, coffee, cocoa and rice, the staple of most of the population.
It is these resources, together with the islands’ central location between India and the Orient, that have made Indonesia so attractive to foreign traders, rulers and investors both historically and as of today.
Ambitious and fast rising—these words aptly describe modern Indonesia. Amidst a global economic slowdown, Indonesia was the third fastest growing economy among the G-20 for 2009 and it continues to post strong economic growth.
Improving economic competitiveness by creating a more salutary business climate is one of Indonesia’s national priorities.
Having the largest economy in South East Asia Indonesia is the perfect country to consider when doing business.