07 September 2016
National Infrastructure Investment Forum
Government encourages the infrastructure costs using funds not from the State Budget (APBN) merely to increase the budget allocation for the development.
Quoting President Joko Widodo in the media awhile ago, "private sector involvement should be encouraged because they are more flexible, agile and likely to attract investments from abroad”.
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.
To encourage this paradigm shift, the Ministry of Public Works and Housing People's National Infrastructure Investment Forum held in 2016, which will held at the Westin Hotel in Jakarta, dated 7 September 2016.
In conjunction, the President Director of PT. Debindo-ITE – Mr. Effi Setiabudi, said that PT. Debindo-ITE as one of the biggest MICE company in Indonesia supports the forum initiated by the Infrastructure Investment Directorate of Construction Development Directorate General.
"In order to maximize the discussion related to the paradigm shift investment in infrastructure, the forum will present the views of the legislature, government, business / private sector and academia, the results of the evaluation are expected to be input in order to increase the participation of private sector participation in the implementation of infrastructure investments Non State Budget in the Ministry PUPR, "said Mr. Effi. He added, to also contribute in supporting the acceleration of government programs, Debindo-ITE will also organize an exhibition of construction and infrastructure, Indonesia Construction Technology Expo and Forum (IndoConsTech 2017), on 17 - May 21, 2017, in the largest exhibition hall in Southeast Asia, Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE), BSD-City.
Indoconstech 2017 combines an exhibition with business forums in collaboration with stakeholders and professional associations / industry nationally and internationally in the field of infrastructure and construction.
Indoconstech 2017 will meet the needs of the construction market information services through a variety of forums with themes such as investment in infrastructure, mega project plan information private and governmental, regulatory discussions, challenges and strategies to beat the competition of the market, up classes increase technical competence.
Exhibition of technologies, tools and construction services Indoconstech expected to meet the need for information about the supply of goods and services for construction in the era of the new paradigm of well financed infrastructure development state budget, private and Cooperation between the Government and Enterprises (KPBU).
Not only new products, Indonesia also needs satisfied by the supply of heavy equipment used. Indoconstech will also hold USEDMACH 2017 as exchange arena resale products to maximize the budget management of construction projects through the purchase and sale of quality used construction equipment and still have economic value.
USEDMACH offers a wide selection of used construction equipment from well-known brands in the world such as, Hitachi, Caterpillar, Volvo, Komatsu, Sany and other brands.
At the same place and time, Indoconstech will be held in conjunction with the 2017 Jakarta Indobuildtech, the largest building materials and technology advancements exhibition in Indonesia since 2003 and Asia Pacific Architecture Convention (APAC 2017) in collaboration with the association of architects in Asia and Australia.
Debindo International Trade and Exhibition, commonly abbreviated DITE, part of Debindo Group which is an exhibition organizing company that stood since 1987. DITE is collaboration between Debindo Group Plc and ITE Exhibitions Asia Ltd - part of ITE Group Plc., The organizer of international trade fairs and exhibits headquartered in London, United Kingdom.