Logistics

 

 

The Indonesia logistics sector is facing a period of rising demand in line with increased consumer and industry activity across the archipelago as a whole, as well as expanding external trade volumes. Investments in infrastructure, & technology also has a crucial role to play in improving the performance of Indonesia’s logistics sector.

Sector Overview

 

The logistics sector in Indonesia has shown resilience over the course of the global economic downturn

   which weakened exports, buoyed by domestic consumption and the expansion of the country’s SMEs.

 

Logistic's sector Contribution to GDP: 7%
   Existing Road Network: 497,000 km
   Existing Railway Network: 4,800 km
   Number of Airports: 230 (local and international)

 

Port of Jakarta, commonly known as Tanjung Priok, is currently being expanded to facilitate the

   movement of the largest container ships currently in service, including the larger ships of the future.

   The project will expand the port by adding seven new terminals and two product terminals.

 

-  Sea transportation is a vital aspect of Indonesia’s trading infrastructure carrying over 90% of

   internationally traded goods.

 

 

 

 

Internship Sectors

Architecture & Real Estate

Business

Engineering

Event

Finance

Food

Green Technology

Healthcare

Hospitality

HR, Training & Recruitment

IT

Legal

Logistics

Marketing, PR, Communication and Advertising

Media & Creative industries

NGO & Charity

Tourism & Travel

 

Sample Projects

Currently our students have been involved in;

 

 - Liaising with potential business partners overseas regarding their cross-border logistics needs.

Develop logistics design and strategy

-  Efficient packaging solutions

-  Mapping out the latest European import regulations

-  Monitoring cost controlling and productivity of warehouse operation