Chemical Market in Indonesia & the Region

Join now to enjoy the benefits provided by Inachem 2018 Expo, and many more advantages that only come with participation. This is the place where you will energize your business and build up your chemical base!

Chemical Trade Show With Infinite Opportunities

Since its inception in 2010, Inachem has evolved into one of the largest and most specialized exhibitions in the region, dedicated solely to chemical and clearly partitioned to cover all aspects of the sector, including coating & surface, Building Chemical, Cement & concrete, Pharmaceuticals, Agriculture, Cosmetics & Pharma Ingredients, Home & Care ingerdients, oils & fats with a special emphasis on processing & engineering and machinery equipment.

After the success in 4th edition of Inachem Expo 2016, we welcome you to 5th edition in 2018, hosted more than 100 exhibitors and welcomed over 5,000 visitors from the region, Inachem with the exclusive industry support from Federation of the Indonesian Chemical Industry, ASEAN Chemical Industries Council and Chemical Engineering Chapter of Institution of Engineers Indonesia, will return to Jakarta International Expo Kemayoran on 11 - 13 July 2018.

About Images
About Images
About Images


The development of chemical, textile and miscellaneous industries (IKTA) is predicted to grow this year.   Read More
The Indonesian Aromatic, Olefin and Plastic Industry Association (Inaplas) considers the need for refinery integration with the petrochemical plant.  Read More
The Ministry of Industry ensures that the chemical industry in Indonesia is still faced with the dependence on imports of naphtha   Read More
Kimia Farma President Director Rusdi Rosman said the raw materials factory with the investment value of Rp132 billion was built in stages.   Read More

The value of investments from Europe that enter the basic pharmaceutical and chemical sector in Indonesia reached Rp 44.95 trillion.   Read More
PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (TPIA), Indonesia largest petrochemical producer, plans to invite Chinese investors to build an olefin plant in South Kalimantan.   Read More