ITPC Hamburg at SPOGA & GAFA 2016

News > ITPC Hamburg at SPOGA & GAFA 2016
2016-09-20
In regards to the SPOGA+GAFA 2016 exhibition in Cologne, ITPC Hamburg collaborated together with the National Agency for Export Development under the Ministry of Trade Republic of Indonesia and the Trade Attaché of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Berlin (KBRI) to participate in the SPOGA+GAFA furniture exhibition in Cologne, Germany. Participating in this exhibition were 35 Indonesian representatives from the furniture businesses/industries, 21 of which are independent and 14 supported by the National Agency for Export Development under the Ministry of Trade Republic of Indonesia, the Trade Attaché of the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Berlin (KBRI), the Swiss Import Promotion Programme (SIPPO) and ITPC Hamburg. Listed below are the 14 supported representatives participating in the SPOGA+GAFA exhibition:




  1. Aquila Java Natura (Aquiva Gallery) – Yogyakarta,

  2. Bagaskara Galih Perkasa – Jawa Tengah,

  3. Dijawa Abadi (Kayu Lama) – Semarang,

  4. Dewi Kranji Nusacitratama (DKNC) – Jawa Tengah,

  5. Koloni Timur (East Colonial) – Jawa Tengah,

  6. Equator Jingga – Jakarta,

  7. Green Riverina – Jawa Tengah,

  8. Indah Desain Indonesia – Jawa Tengah,

  9. Kernel Indonesia Potential – Jawa Timur,

  10. Ribka Furniture – Jawa Tengah,

  11. Casa Java Furniture – Jawa Tengah,

  12. Ergo Casual – Jawa Barat,

  13. Khavindo Mebel Indonesia – Cirebon, and

  14. Teak 123 – Jepara




The area rented by the National Agency for Export Development under the Ministry of Trade Republic of Indonesia is 238 m2. The concept and design of the Indonesian pavilion is “Trade with Remarkable Indonesia”. The products exhibited were limited to garden furniture and related products. The center theme of this exhibition is sustainability and environmental friendly. 2,032 other exhibitors from 57 different countries were present. Up to 39,000 visitors from 106 different countries were counted visiting the SPOGA+GAFA 2016 exhibition. Estimated business transaction for the Indonesian pavilion amounts to about USD 2.569 millions.