Accounting for 20% of Indonesia’s GDP in 2017, the manufacturing sector is the backbone of the Indonesian economy. Manufacturing also contributes significantly to employment in Indonesia with close to one in five of the working population being employed by the sector. The heydays of Indonesian manufacturing however have long since passed and Indonesia today faces fierce competition from countries such as Vietnam, Thailand and China.
Indonesia has a roadmap for industry 4.0 for its most vital sectors. Food & beverage, automotive, textile, electronics, and chemical jointly accounted for close to two-thirds of Indonesia’s total manufacturing output in 2017 and will be prioritized by the government under the new roadmap.
Our report provides a snapshot of the current status of Indonesia’s Industry 4.0 roadmap. It highlights key drivers, challenges and opportunities. Click on the link to download the report and learn more, and don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you want to discuss Indonesian manufacturing further!