Marintec Indonesia 2019

This year marked an important milestone for Marintec Indonesia. Having previously been held successfully in the even-years, In 2017 Marintec Indonesia switched to an odd-year biennial cycle so that it could be held alongside Oil & Gas Indonesia, a comprehensive exhibition for petroleum exploration, production and refining services and products, following UBM’s acquisition of the Allworld portfolio of exhibitions.
Also held at the same time was Mining Indonesia. The offshore oil and gas industry represents a major segment of the maritime market in Indonesia, and similarity the transportation of mineral resources is also a key market for Indonesia’s ship operators. The co-location of these three exhibitions yielded significant synergies for both exhibitors and buyers that can be expected to lead to new interactions and business projects.
More than 300 exhibiting companies from 18 countries participated in Marintec Indonesia 2017 and Oil and Gas Indonesia 2017. On display in the exhibition were the very latest in products and technologies for the maritime and oil & gas industries, supplemented up by technical and commercial presentations by exhibiting companies.

Jakarta International Expo

PT Pamerindo Indonesia

Europe, America & Australia/NZ Pavilion
MEREBO GmbH Messe International

Product Sectors
• Cargo Handling Equipment
• Cargo Handling-Logistic Service Provider
• Cruise Liners
• Dredging Companies
• Dredging Equipment
• Electronic / Communications & IT
• Financial Institutions
• Fisheries Technology & Equipment
• Fleet Management & Inspection Agencies
• Indian Navy and Coast Guards
• Management Equipment
• Marine Engineering & Equipment
• Marine Technology & Service Provider
• Maritime Institutions & Services
• Maritime Research & Education Inst
• Navigation and Communication Systems
• Navigation Equipment & Aids
• Offshore Engineering-Oil Rig Companies
• Offshore Technology
• Port and Terminal Equipment & Services
• Port and Waterways Engineering
• Port Authorities
• Port Construction & Facilities
• Port Safety and Security
• Propulsion Systems-Pumps & Valves
• Research & Development
• Safety, Rescue, Survival & Security Equipment
• Sea Traffic Control and Sea Space
• Security Agencies
• Ship Builders and Ship Designers
• Ship Design, Engineering & Ship Building
• Ship Engine & Component Manufacturers
• Ship Inspection and Surveys
• Ship Maintenance & Engine Overhaul Companies
• Ship Operation and Management
• Ship Operation Equipment
• Ship Owners
• Ship Repairing Companies
• Shipping Companies - Owners & Managers
• Shipping Personnel Provider / HR Consultancy
• Shipyard Equipment Suppliers
• Terminal Operators
• Trade Association - Export / Import Councils
• Yachts / Luxury Boats

Why Indonesia?
Indonesia’s economy is improving fast and shows robust growth of over 5%. Government policies and massive infrastructure projects combined with trade needs are pushing demand in the industry to new heights.

Why Exhibit?
Indonesia is at a crossroad: the country must – and is committed to – raise the bar to spur growth which cannot come from commodities any longer. Indonesia must – and is committed to – invest in infrastructure and in particular in the maritime industry. It is now or never, for exhibitors alike.

Marintec Indonesia is supported by
• Kementerian Perindustrian Republik Indonesia
• Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs
• Ministry of Transportation
• Kementerian Kelautan dan Perikanan
• Maritime Security Agency
• BKPM – Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal / Investment Coordinating Board of the Republic of Indonesia
• Indonesian National Shipowners Association
• IMarEST The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology
• ITS Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
• INDOCOR (Indonesian Corrosion Assocaition)
• ASCOATINDO – Indonesian Coating Association
• IWES – The Indonesian Welding Engineering Society

Media Partners
• Maps & Globe
• Allianz Network Group
• The Green Book
• Indopetro News
• kaiji Press
• Seatrade Global
• Ship & Offshore
• Trade Equip International
• TradeWinds
• Asian Manufactures Journal
• The Sailings Group
• Indonesia Maritime Magazine
• Indonesia Shipping Gazette
• Inside Marine Magazine
• Jurnal Maritim
• IAA Portnews
• Shephard Media
• Ship2Shore
• Maritime Connector
• OGE Asia
• Worldoils
• Asia Shipping Media
• Oxford Business Group
• Citra Cendikia Indonesia
• PetroEnergy
• Seatrade Maritime News
• Seatrade Maritime Review
• Global Shipping Careers
• Sailor Today