17-21 May, 2017
The 15th Exhibition of Building &
Finishing Materials

Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE)
Jakarta, Indonesia

News

  • 03 April 2017

    Top Ceramics and Marble Collections in IndoBuildTech Jakarta 2017

    Various selections of Ceramics and Marbles in IndoBuildTech Jakarta 2017

  • 22 March 2017

    Top Door Locks, Handle and Hinges in IndoBuildTech Jakarta 2017

    Selections of Top Door Locks, Handle and Hinges in IndoBuildTech Jakarta 2017

  • 13 March 2017

    Top Aluminum & Metal Products in IndoBuildTech Jakarta 2017

    Find the best Eco-Friendly, Lightweight and Robust Selection of Aluminum & Metal Products only in IndoBuildTech Jakarta 2017

  • 18 October 2016

    DKI Jakarta Province saves US$ 68m in energy expenses.

    The implementation of Green Building Concept inscribed in Gubernatorial Regulation No. 38/2012 on 260 new buildings will potentially saves US$ 68.3m on energy expenses.

  • 07 September 2016

    National Infrastructure Investment Forum

    The government kept trying to give a major role to the private sector in order to meet the financial gap infrastructure provision, with progressive measures including deregulation legislation governing the Public Private Partnership (PPP), publishing package of economic policy, and the establishment of supporting institutions PPP scheme.

  • 19 April 2016

    Top Keys and Door Handles at IndoBuildTech Jakarta Expo 2016

    Selections of Top keys and door handles product at IndoBuildTech Expo 2016.

  • 24 February 2016

    2016 Indonesia Infrastructure Budget

    Indonesia’s Minister of Finance, Bambang Brodjonegoro proposed to reserve infrastructure budget worth more than USD 22.9 billion during the period of 2016-2017.

  • 08 November 2015

    Indonesia construction growth rate climbs in Q2

    The value of construction work carried out in Indonesia surged during the second quarter of 2015, according to a new report from the country's central bureau of statistics.

  • 13 October 2015

    Indonesia's construction market largest in ASEAN

    Indonesia's building sector is now the largest in the ASEAN region, according to a government official - representing 67% of South East Asia's entire construction output.

  • 26 August 2015

    Industrial construction increasing in Indonesia

    The growing population of Indonesia - already the fourth-largest populace in the world - has led to increasing demand for industry in the region. This is both to supply Indonesia with manufactured goods and provide employment for its citizens. Several recent announcements have shown that this is continuing to grow, as a number of prominent companies are beginning projects in the area.

  • 11 August 2015

    Three new towers added to a growing Jakarta

    The combination of Indonesia's rapidly growing population and the fact that more and more people are moving to live in the nation's cities has been very positive for the country's construction industry. As urban areas such as Jakarta grow in size, more and more homes are needed and increasingly large structures are commissioned

  • 04 August 2015

    Infographic - Indonesia as an emerging building market

    Indonesia's economy is expanding at a rapid rate, with the country increasingly attracting interest from overseas investors. Take a look at this infographic which sums up the countries emerging building market.

  • 10 July 2015

    Building materials suppliers to benefit from Indonesia's foreign property ownership plans

    Indonesia's construction industry is in a position of strength. In fact, construction services firm AECOM says Indonesia is expected to enjoy the fastest construction market growth of any Asian country over the medium term, while Jakarta looks set to be the number one city in Asia when it comes to market expansion.

  • 20 May 2015

    The future of the Indonesian construction industry

    Indonesia's construction industry is in a position of strength. In fact, construction services firm AECOM says Indonesia is expected to enjoy the fastest construction market growth of any Asian country over the medium term, while Jakarta looks set to be the number one city in Asia when it comes to market expansion.

  • 17 April 2015

    Indonesia building industry news roundup

    Build and interiors firms in Indonesia should be feeling optimistic, as the latest news from the nation's construction industry shows that it is in a period of rapid growth. One expert has predicted an increase of 14.26 per cent in 2015, and Indonesia's state cement firm has just announced significant growth in cement consumption and profit last year.

  • 26 March 2015

    Three reasons why Indonesia should be your next market

    Three reasons why Indonesia should be your next market: Indonesia is sometimes overlooked as a market for international businesses. However, it would be a mistake not to look into trading there, particularly in the build and interiors business. Indonesia's construction industry - particularly house building - is rapidly growing, and there are plenty of opportunities for foreign businesses.