Indonesian Trade Promotion Center (ITPC) Hamburg together with the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia (KJRI) Frankfurt participated in the 2021 Frankfurt Coffee Festival (FCF) exhibition on October 1-3 in Frankfurt, Germany. This time, Pavilion Indonesia raised the theme “Think Coffee, Think Indonesia”. At this FCF exhibition, the Indonesian Pavilion stands on an area of ​​18 m² by displaying coffee products from various regions in Indonesia with a number of co-exhibitors as many as 2 companies, namely PT. Nabu Kopi Ranah Indonesia, and PT. Madalle.

Coffee products displayed include Arabica Gayo Coffee, Arabica Mandhailing, Arabica Kerinci, Arabica Arabica Jambi Fine Robusta, Arabica Java Preanger, Arabica Toraja, Arabica Bajawa, and Arabica Papua. During the festival the number of visitors who visited the Indonesian pavilion reached more than approximately 200 visitors. The 2 co-exhibitors at the Indonesian pavilion received potential trade prospects from potential buyers of more than USD 60 million from both new and existing customers, with potential buyers not only from Germany, but also from the Netherlands.

Since 2009, Gemworld Munich has been organised as part of the Munich Show. It is an international ordering, purchasing and communication platform for the jewellery and gemstone industry in halls B6 and B5. The wide range of products includes diamonds, coloured gemstones, pearls, unique jewellery, gemstone jewellery, gemstone objects, engravings, jewellery and gemstone valuation, silver jewellery, accessories and technology.

About The Munich Show:

  • Will take place in 2021 for the 57th time.
  • Date: 22 to 24 October 2021, 9 am—6pm
  • Friday is a trade only day
  • Location: Exhibition Center Messe München, WEST Entrance
  • Founded in 1964 as a swap meet by some ambitious mineral collectors
  • Around 50,000m² of exhibition space

Special Areas:

  • “Mineral Pavillon” – the dealers with the most exclusive collector’s minerals
  • “Alpine Minerals” – the “Strahler” from the Alps present their summer finds
  • “Gemworld Professional” – specialist trade area for resellers from the jewellery & gemstone industry only

Sortiments

  • Collector minerals & exclusive mineral levels
  • Roughstones & Grinding Materials (wholesale)
  • Gems
  • Jewelery (design, unique, lifestyle)
  • DIY jewelery (chain strands, accessories)
  • Art with fine stones and extraordinary gemstone engravings
  • Decorative and interior objects with stones
  • Fossils (museum & collector’s objects)
  • fossilized wood

There will be 5 Indonesian companies will be facilitated by ITPC Hamburg, namely: Arya Gatsu, Radiance of The East, Daffi Art Gallery, Maysha Jewellery and Shinta Pearl.

Seeing the success of competing countries such as China, India, Mexico and Morocco, which succeeded in getting into the supply chain for the production of Airbus aircraft, became the driving force for Indonesia to become part of the supply chain. It is hoped that Indonesia can become the main partner for Airbus in the supply of aircraft components and engineering technology for Airbus, furthermore to also establish a research center in Indonesia. The discussion took place on June 26th, 2020

Referring to the promotional activities carried out in 2020, ITPC Hamburg plans to take part in the World of Coffee (WOC) exhibition, which will be held in Poland in October 2020.

In the context of planning promotional activities that will be carried out by ITPC Hamburg in 2021, and following up on the MoU of the Directorate General of National Export Development (DGNED) and Import Promotion Desk (IPD) related to Promotion Activities in 2020 and 2021 for Light Wood Products, ITPC Hamburg plans to take part in the Interzum exhibition for 2021.

Biofach 2020 exhibition is one of the largest European organic product exhibitions held on February 12-15, 2020 in Nuremberg, Germany. This year, Biofach was joined by 3,782 companies/exhibitors from 111 countries including Indonesia.

The exhibition is an ideal platform and entrance to showcase the potential of Indonesian organic products in the European region. The participation is a collaboration between the Directorate of Promotion and Image Development (P2C) of the Directorate General of National Export Development, Trade Attaché of Berlin and ITPC Hamburg, which are incorporated in an Indonesian Pavilion. In addition, there is also a Pavilion built by the Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs (KUKM)

The Indonesian Pavilion occupies an area of ​​96 m2 in Hall 3A and is joined by 8 participants facilitated by the Directorate of P2C, Trade Attaché of Berlin and ITPC Hamburg , including: PT. Moringa Indonesia Fangardana, CV. Barokah Mandiri Results, CV. Kayutama Agro, Mozass Healthy Lab, Kawanasi, PT. Intrafood Singabera, PT. Mega Organik Indonesia and PT. Bukit Sari

Ambiente 2020 is the largest international exhibition in the world for Home Decor products, which is divided into three sectors, namely: 1) Dining (table, kitchenware and household products); 2) Giving (gift items, decorative and personal accessories for bags and jewelery) and 3) Living (interior design, furnishing and decoration). A total of 4,460 exhibitors from 92 countries presented their products and in 2020, the Ambiente exhibition attracted no less than 136,000 visitors from 167 countries.

65 Indonesian companies participated in the Ambiente 2020 exhibition including 22 companies that received the description of “Trade Fair Innovation” by the organizers. There are eight companies facilitated by the Ministry of Industry, namely: PT Yogya Indo Global, PT. Harmoni Jaya Kreasi, CV Palem Craft Jogja, CV Pandanus Internusa, CV Morotai Home Indonesia, CV Art Classic Indonesia, PT Bana Andara Nusantara and Siji Lifestyle.

The Spielwarenmesse 2020 (Toys Fair) exhibition in Nuremberg is one of the largest and oldest international toy exhibitions worldwide. It is the 71st exhibition in 2020. The number of exhibitors this year reached 2,886 companies from 68 countries, and attracted at least 67,000 visitors from 132 countries.

On this occasion, there were three Indonesian companies participating in the Spielwaren 2020 exhibition:

a. PT. Buana Mas Sejati / 3DUPlay, promotes carpet products for children combined with augmented reality technology, and has been participating consecutively for the last 4 years.

b. PT. Sunindo Adipersada is engaged in stuffed toys, and has been exhibiting for 27 years in Nürnberg, Germany.

c. PT. Jaya Letexindo Internusa engaged in the manufacture of toy balloons, PT. Jaya Letexindo Internusa has been established since 1982, this is their first time participating in the Spielwaren exhibition.

The Internationale Möbelmesse (IMM) 2020 Exhibition is the largest annual furniture exhibition in the world that is devoted to business people in the fields of furniture and furniture, architects, and interior design. This year’s exhibition occupies an area of 246,500 m2, participated by more than 1,160 participants and successfully attracted 149,500 visitors from various countries.

Indonesian Pavilion at the 2020 Internationale Möbelmesse (IMM) exhibition, located in Hall 5.1, is an initiation of the Indonesia Furniture & Craft Promotion Forum (IFPF) and ITPC Hamburg. Eight Indonesian furniture companies that joined together in the Indonesian Pavilion were Aryasena, Ayana Interior & Furniture, CV. Secondhand Wood Shades, CV. Yudhistira, CV. Xhaka Art, Permata Furni, PT. Indoexim International, and PT Laka Indonesia Design.

The European region is still the main destination market for small and medium-sized Indonesian furniture companies. This is due to the high interest of the European community towards furniture from Indonesia so that many furniture companies, distributors / large traders and retailers in the European region are looking for opportunities to establish business relations with Indonesian companies. One of the advantages of Indonesian products is its unique design, handmade and raw materials that are not widely available in other countries.

ANUGA is a food and beverage exhibition held every two years, this year it celebrated the 100th existence. The exhibition occupies an area of 284,000 sqm with more than 7,400 participants from over 100 countries and has attracted at least 170,000 visitors from more than 198 countries. A total of 23 Indonesian companies participated in this year’s ANUGA exhibition