Heavy Equipment Manufacturer Association Of Indonesia
Asia Pacific Ministers & Regional Governors Conference (APM-RGC) dan Indonesia International Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition (IIICE) 2012

Jakarta, 28 Agustus 2012

Demi mendukung pembangunan Ekonomi Indonesia melalui MP3EI, bersama ini HINABI mendukung acara, "Asia Pacific Ministers & Regional Governors Conference (APM-RGC) dan Indonesia International Infrastructure Conference & Exhibition (IIICE) 2012 " yang akan diselenggarakan pada tanggal 28 - 30 Agustus 2012 di Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). Melalui kegiatan tersebut akan dibahas berbagai macam proyek infrastrustur Indonesia melalui narasumber yg kompeten di bidangnya, serta dalam pamerannya akan pula di display beberapa macam mega proyek infrastruktur Indonesia yang sedang berjalan.































































Accelerating the Expansion of Indonesia's Economic Development

through Increased Connectivity




































Over 750 Indonesian Infrastructure Projects identified

worth over US$240 Billion!

"We are arranging for our 33 provincial governments to prepare their investment opportunities in their respective provinces to be presented at the IIICE event, as part of our overall Master Plan for Acceleration and Expansion of Economic Development (MP3EI)."

-HE Hatta Rajasa, Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs Republic of Indonesia, In support of IIICE'12






Confirmed Speakers Include:


Indonesian Government:


HE Hatta Rajasa,

Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs

HE M.S. Hidayat,

Minister of



HE Armida S. Alisjahbana,

Chairman of

National Development Planning Agency


HE M. Chatib Basri,

Chairman of

National Investment Board



HE Djoko Kirmanto,

Minister of

Public Works

Ahmad Gani Ghazali,

Head of

Indonesia Toll Road Authority



Mr. Hermanto Dardak,

Vice Minister of

Public Works

Ir. Jarman,

Director General of

Electricity, Ministry of Energy and Mineral



Regional Government:


H. Syahrul Yasin Limpo M.Si., MH,

Governor of South Sulawesi &

Chairman of the Association of Regional


H. Bibit Waluyo,

Governor of

Central Java


H. Alex Noerdin,

Governor of

South Sumatra

KH Zainul Majdi,

Governor of

West Nusa Tenggara


Mr. Agustin Teras Narang SH.

Governor of

Central Kalimantan

Dr. H. Awang Faroek Ishak,

Governor of

East Kalimantan


H. M. Rusli Zainal,

Governor of


Dr. H. Rusli Habibie,

Governor of



State Owned Enterprises:


Mrs. Emma Sri Martini,

President Director of

PT Sarana Multi Infrastruktur

Ms. Sinthya Roesly,

President Director of

Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund


Mr. Nur Pamudji,

President Director of

PT Perusahaan Listrik Negara

Mr. Richard Jose Lino,

President Director of

PT Pelindo II


Private Sectors:


Mr. Suryo B. Sulisto, Chairman of Indonesian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KADIN)

Mr. Sandiago Uno, President Director of ReCapital Advisory

Mr. Won Il Kim, Executive Director PF Center of Korea Development Bank

Mr. P. Sripathy, CEO International Airports of GMR Airports

Mr. Yasuo Fujitani, CEO of Hitachi Ltd. Thermal Power System Company

Mr. Josef M. Ullmer, President Director Regional of Andritz Hydro

Dr. Tariq Alam, CEO of Punj Lloyd Delta Renewables Pvt Ltd.


Article of Jakarta Post, 30th June 2012













The APM-RGC held alongside the IIICE'12is the leading G2G, G2B and B2B forum for Infrastructure development in Indonesia, bringing together the widest community of senior decision makers and officials responsible for infrastructure projects in Indonesia. As a 3 day conference & exhibition these events will once again provide a critical platform for both National and Regional governments, businesses, investors and leading technology experts to meet, discuss, and set strategies for the planning, development and implementation of sustainable and inclusive infrastructure across the archipelago.


Confirmed Participants Include:

Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs-RI, Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas)-RI,Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM)-RI, Ministry of Transportation-RI, Ministry of Public Works-RI, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources-RI, Ministry of Finance-RI, Ministry of State Owned Enterprises-RI, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology-RI, Ministry of Trade-RI, Ministry of Industry-RI, National Land Agency-RI, Ministry of Foreign Affairs-RI, Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry(KADIN-RI), Indonesia Infrastructure Finance, Sarana Multi Infrastructure, Philips Indonesia, GMR Airports India, Tusk Advisory, Hitachi, Telkom Indonesia, Latham & Watkins, Wuhan Sanjiang – China, Thiess Contractor Indonesia, Andritz Hydro, Penjaminan Infrastruktur Indonesia (IIGF), Fujitech Indonesia, PLN, Sumitomo Corporation, Harrif Daya Tungga Engineering, Jasa Marga, Adhi Karya, Mitsubishi Corporation, Pelindo II, Leighton Contractors, Russian Railways, Zhongli Science and Tech Group Co. ltd, Waskita Karya, Hutama Karya, Wijaya Karya, Signature Systems Group, Embassy of the Republic of India, Embassy of Canada, Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Embassy of Singapore, Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands, Royal Thai Embassy, Bank BCA, Severn Trent De Nora Singapore, Asuransi Jasa Raharja Putra, Deloitte Konsultan Sanjiang Indonesia, Osman Bing Satrio & Rekan, Ali Budiardjo Nugroho Reksodiputro (ABNR), Pinsent Masons, Kalimantan Rail Pte.Ltd, Korea South East Power, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Bank ANZ, HT Port Marine, Padi Mekatel, Bahar & Partners, Mitsui & Co, Ltd, Asuransi Tugu Kresna Pratama, Probase Manufacturing Sdn Bhd, Bekasi Power, MKK Law, Woodfield Consultant, GE Transport, Mitsubishi Heavy Industry, Reka Elektra Sarua Wisesa, Astratel Nusantara, Nusantara Infrastructure, SNC Lavalin, Samsung C&T, Austrade, DH Energy, Katahira & Engineers International, Bank HSBC, Provinsi Kalimantan Timur, Provinsi Jawa Barat, Provinsi Jawa Tengah, JakartaGlobe, The Wall Street Jurnal, Bloomberg Television, tvOne, BCI ASIA, Finance Indonesia, Cargo Times, Indoshipping Gazette, Oxford Business Group, Vibizmedia, Majalah Konstruksi,, Detik Finance, RFP, Equipment Indonesia, Business Week Bloomberg, Sailings, Logistics+, Warta Ekonomi, Sinar Harapan, Petrominer, Neraca, Gatra, Gatra News, SWA, ANTARA, TEMPO, EKONID (The German-Indonesian Chamber of Industry and Commerce), IPFA, INCCA, BRITCHAM, AMCHAM, ASPERAPI, APBI-ICMA, APPSI.

The Focus: MP3EI - A National "Connectivity" Priority

MP3EI -"The Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia's Economic Development".

This national priority plan launched in 2011, with a scope through to 2025, aims to connect the 33 provinces of Indonesia with both domestic &International partners, fostering inclusive and sustainable economic growth across the archipelago. A total of Six economic corridors have been identified that will each focus on strengthening national connectivity and human resource capability through enhanced science and technology with an integrated infrastructure and investment policy. These events with a dedicated focus on the critical infrastructure agenda in support of MP3EI, held in conjunction with presentations by the 33 Indonesian provinces of Indonesia, will offer unparalleled perspective on the latest opportunities taking shape across Indonesia's rapidly expanding infrastructure sectors.



Economic Corridors

Development Theme

Supporting Infrastructure Needed

Investment Value

1. Sumatra EC

Center of production and processing of natural resources and as nation's energy reserves

Railways, Roads, Power & Energy, Ports, Sunda Straits Bridge (JSS), Water Utilities

$ 26.5 billion

2. Java EC

Driver for national industry and service provision

Roads, Power & Energy, Airports, Ports, Railways, Other Infrastructure

$ 72.2 billion

3. Kalimantan EC

Center for production and processing of national mining and energy reserves

Ports, Roads, Railways, Power & Energy, Bridge, Water Utilities, Overland Conveyor, Airports

$ 60.2 billion

4. Sulawesi EC

Center for production and processing of natural agricultural, plantation, fisheries, oil and gas, mining

Road, Power Plant, Jetty, Irrigation, Water Ponds, Power & Energy, Fishing Ports

$ 20.5 billion

5. Bali - Nusa Tenggara EC

Gateway for tourism and national food support

Ports, Nusadua - Ngurah Rai - Benoa Airport, Toll Roads, Airports, Roads, Fishery Production Facilities

$ 6.2 billion

6. Papua - Maluku Islands


Center for development of food, fisheries, energy, national mining

Sea Ports, Power & Energy, Water Utilities, Roads, Fishery Production Facilities, Road & Bridges, Airport

$ 53.1 billion





The Conference


Indonesian National Government’s Macro Planning Policy; Exploring deeper G2G cooperation with Indonesia’s key trading partners with presentations by national ministers and leading private sector investors outlining strategies and latest policy updates for working with the Indonesian government on fast-tracking critical national infrastructure development.


Parallel Sector Tracks with MP3EI Highlights; Focusing on Transportation, Public Works, Energy and ICT. Presentations will be made by the heads of the MP3EI Economic Corridors, national ministries and state owned enterprises alongside leading international experts outlining opportunities to partner with, support and supply the Indonesian government development plans.


Project Presentations from the 33 Provinces; Focusing on specific detailed infrastructure project presentations by the respective Governors and senior Provincial Representatives, delivering the most comprehensive overview of actual opportunities across the Indonesian archipelago.



Conference Delegate Benefits:

Receive first hand information on the latest national policies and regulations on infrastructure from Indonesia and the Asia Pacific.

Review presentations on infrastructure initiatives and "ready-to-go" projects for tender from Indonesia and the Asia Pacific.

Learn International "best practices" towards project development, transparent tendering and procurement from industry experts.

Discover new methods for minimizing investment risks and facilitating infrastructure investment to drive your business.

Explore with government counterparts the availability of infrastructure financing under the current Indonesia economic boom.

Witness cutting edge skills & technologies in the infrastructure sector that can streamline your development.

Take Part in business meetings and tailored social events towards maximizing both G2B and B2B networking opportunities.

The Exhibition

The MP3EI Pavilion & 33 Provinces of Indonesia - As the centerpiece of the IIICE Exhibition, the MP3EI agenda will be presented alongside exhibits from the 33 provinces of Indonesia showcasing their priority infrastructure projects slated for development prioritizing those ready for tender.

Leading private sector companies, trade associations and country officials are invited to showcase their products, technologies and services to support Indonesia’s rapidly expanding infrastructure development.

Exhibitor Benefits:

Jual produk dan jasa anda langsung ke ribuan klien potensial dari ekonomi yang paling penting dalam Asia Pasifik.

Showcase of technologies and services to Indonesian and Regional stakeholders

Match with Regional and Indonesian buyers, domestic and International suppliers, and government officials on an unprecedented level

Showcase of company/institution capabilities

Generate new business leads

Reinforcement of presence in front of the Regional and National infrastructure decision makers
























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