WHERE PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTORS MEET TO DRIVE INDONESIA'S CRITICAL NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE

The largest gathering of infrastructure stakeholders and decision makers in Indonesia, providing an end to end solution for the  $450 billion critical national infrastructure expenditure over the next 5 years.

IIW 2015 Show Profile

1 in 5 visitors made a purchase or closed a deal at the event worth a total value of more than USD 9 billion!

IIW 2015 Review

Indonesia Infrastructure Stakeholders

IIW 2015 Report

The 2015 event delivered the most successful show yet, with more than 13,000 participants, over 250 exhibiting companies, extensive media attention and an impressive amount of business concluded over the three days at the Jakarta Convention Center

IIW 2016 OVERVIEW

Download the IIW 2016 brochure to provide you with an overview of all the events and sectors being covered at this year's event.

Event Insight

Five leading events come together to provide end-to-end solutions accross Indonesia's critical national infrastructure

Airports

  • The 4th Airports Indonesia event will have a dedicated focus on civil airport infrastructure, aviation support services and innovative new solutions that cover the entire value chain
  • On the show floor, the exhibition will showcase new technologies and solutions from the leading players
  • The conference brings together both public and private sector organisations to discuss and develop plans for Indonesia's air transport expansion within ASEAN Open Skies
 

Infrastructure

  • 2016 sees the 6th annual Indonesia International Infrastructure exhibition
  • Held in conjunction with the Regional Governments Conference
  • The conference and exhibition have been developed as the national forum for government and private sectors to come together and build partnerships with the aim of accelerating Indonesia’s critical national infrastructure agenda
  • Key sectors covered are Energy, Water, Roads, Railways and Ports
 

Communications

  • This will be the 4th Expo Comm Indonesia event
  • A dedicated Telecom and ICT trade exhibition and conference designed to showcase the latest technologies and tackle the many issues of connectivity across the archipelago
  • In the Conference, private and public enterprises will come together to discuss the Indonesian Broadband Plan, together with Cyber Security in relation to national infrastructure
 

Heavy construction equipment and materials for Infrastructure

  • The 14th Konstruksi Indonesia show
  • Hosted by Ministry of Public Works and Housing
  • The exhibition showcases heavy equipment and the latest technology for the infrastructure construction industry
  • Visited by public/private sector buyers and project contractors from across the country and internationally
  • A conference programme that tackles key issues in the Government’s priority infrastructure agenda, allowing construction experts from central and regional government organisations to share the latest case studies, technologies and best practices
 

Commercial and residential building and material solutions

  • For over 35 years, The Big 5 brand has provided construction manufacturers and distributors the ideal environment to do business
  • After delivering a successful launch event in 2015, The Big 5 Construct Indonesia has established itself as the country’s leading international event for the construction industry
  • The second edition will reflect the growth and demand within the industry as the Government’s expenditure on construction projects continues to increase rapidly
  • New for 2016 are stone & surfaces, plant, machinery and heavy vehicle areas
  • There will also be more certified educational features and an increase in Platinum Club members
 

 

  • So, I support Indonesia Infrastructure Week. We hope that it will continue to gather stakeholders together in order to continue sharing the knowledge of latest technologies

    Jusuf Kalla, Vice President Republic of Indonesia

  • I believe this year’s forum will generate confidence for the international community that Indonesia really is undergoing a fundamental change in economic development

    Suryo Bambang Sulisto, Chairman of KADIN Indonesia

  • This year, we joined the Indonesia Infrastructure Week which was initiated by the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce, as part of our integration to Indonesia infrastructure. It also aligns with our report to the public, about what we have done and what will be done for the next 4 years

    Basoeki Hadimoeljono, Minister of Public Works and Housing, RI

  • I would like to thank the organizer for organizing IIW, both the conference and exhibition. Hopefully our renewed infrastructure development, as a result, will increase economic growth in Indonesia

    Rudiantara, Minister of Communications and Informatics, RI