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After the grand success in 4th edition, we welcome you to 5th edition in 2018, hosted more than 200 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. Over 100 delegates and trade visitors are expected to congregate with over 150 exhibitors from countries including the UK, the USA, Japan, China, Germany, Korea, Italy, Canada, Singapore, France and many more from various other regions across the world. .

The chemical industry is a key driver and prime beneficiary behind the development systems of economy and industrial base products. In the last decade, heavy investments in capacity have put chemical industry at the forefront of the world scene. Will this trend hold? What are the drivers that will shape the future of the industry in the coming years? And, ultimately, how well are individual companies positioned to face these changes? With their spectrum of products, technology and services, the industry’s top players provide answers to tomorrow’s questions all under one roof at INACHEM 2016.


Chemical Industry Growth Predicted to Soar in 2017


The development of chemical, textile and miscellaneous industries (IKTA) is predicted to grow this year. This projection follows a significant achievement from 2014 of about 473 companies, 591 companies by 2015, and by 2016 a total of 677 companies.


Petrochemical Industry Opportunities in Indonesia is Very Large


The Indonesian Aromatic, Olefin and Plastic Industry Association (Inaplas) considers the need for refinery integration with the petrochemical plant. And, according to Vice Chairman of Inaplas, Suhat Miyarso, during Inaplas seminar themed "Opportunity of Integration of Petrochemical Refinery with Petrochemical Industry"


National Chemical Industry Development Opportunities Wide Open


The Ministry of Industry ensures that the chemical industry in Indonesia is still faced with the dependence on imports of naphtha, condensate and ethylene raw materials which reached US $ 5.1 billion in 2011. The value of imports will continue to increase in the coming years if no development efforts are made National chemical industry.


Substitution of Raw Material Imports, Three Indian Pharmaceutical Giants Build Factory in West Java


Kimia Farma President Director Rusdi Rosman said the raw materials factory with the investment value of Rp132 billion was built in stages on an area of six hectares with an initial stage of construction of 5,000 square meters. The next stage, he added, will be developed in subsequent years to meet the needs of raw materials production of drugs.


European Investment Rp 44.95 Trillion Entrance Pharmaceutical and Chemical Sector


The value of investments from Europe that enter the basic pharmaceutical and chemical sector in Indonesia reached Rp 44.95 trillion or equivalent to US $ 3.45 billion during the period 2012-2016. The pharmaceutical and basic chemistry sectors become the favorite industry of European investors with the largest portion of investment value.


Chandra Asri Cooperates with China to Build Olefin Plant US $ 700 Million


PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk (TPIA), Indonesia largest petrochemical producer, plans to invite Chinese investors to build an olefin plant in South Kalimantan. The new plant with coal gasification technology to methanol requires an investment of around US $ 600 million to US $ 700 million, with a capacity of 1 million tons per year.


Japanese, German, and Korean Investors Interested in Petrochemical Investment up to US $ 10 Billion


The interest in petrochemical investment is underpinned by the enormous market potential and high dependence of imported raw materials. "There are several potential investors in the petrochemical industry that are 'commited', from Japan, Germany, Korea, some are from within the country," said Director General of Chemical Industry of Textile and Multifarious Industry Ministry Harjanto.