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Big News! ALLALLINFO brings the shock of Indonesian Textile Printing Exhibition to meet you in 2020!

Indonesiais one of the big ten textile garments import and export countries in theworld. Textile garment industry is an important part of Indonesia's nationaleconomy. According to the data from Indonesian Central Bureau of Statistics, thesupply chain of Indonesia textile industry is gradually improving, andchemicalfiber, spinning, weaving, dyeing and finishing and garment manufacturing are allavailable. Textile factories spread in every big cities in Indonesia such asEast and West Java, Bandung and surrounding areas of Jakarta, where gatheringnearly 80 percent textile garment industry.

Inrecent years, because of political stability, the government has been committedto economic development, and improved the investment environment constantly. Interms of policy investment, the government has been increasing its support forthe textile industry in recent years in face of the shrinking trend of thetextile and garment industry. On policy trade, in June 2014, Indonesia'sministry of trade announced the lifting of import restrictions on cottonfabrics, which can create more opportunities to attract capital.

ALLALLINFOalways keep pace with the time and seeks foreign market information for theindustry. After successfully holding 4 textile printing industrial technology exhibitionsin Vietnam, and the printing industry exchange meetingin Cambodia, ALLALLINFOset its sights on Indonesia, the big textile garment country.

From2017, at the lead of general manager Chen gang, ALLALLINFO’s printing projectteam has went to Indonesia visiting local garment enterprises, societies,pavilions and some other cooperative partners about 7 times. Their footprintspread across Jakarta, Bandung, East and West Java, Semarang and some garmentindustry concentration areas. It is known that textile and garment enterprisesin Indonesia are mainly located near in Bandung, West Java and Jakarta. Most ofthe manufacturers are from Taiwan and Hong Kong, and most of the managementstaff comes from mainland China. Bandung is the most developed city inIndonesia’s clothing industry. According to the incomplete estimates, theannual output value of clothing in Bandung accounts for more than 40 percent ofthe national total. In recent years, because of rising labor costs some largegarments factories chose transfer to areas such as Yogyakarta and Central Java,forming a multi-flower lively situation.

Abundantand cheap labor is the main advantage for the vast development of Indonesiatextile garment industry. Of Indonesia's 94 million working people, textileprinting accounts for 12 percent, more than 12 million people. Workers' basicmonthly wages are IDR 3.7 million (about RMB 1840), and prices still have a bigadvantage compared to places like China.

Currently,there are more than 2800 garment factories, mainly produce T-shirts, cottonshirts, corsets, underwear outer garments, sweatshirts and pants. Most productsof Marks & Spencer, Mango, and ZALO are made in Indonesia.


Sritex,created in Thoreau by the overseas Chinese Yu Qixin in 1966, is the biggestcomprehensive textile and garment enterprises. Its group production chain refersto textile, waving, printing, dying and garment processing. Besides, Sritex,which sets factories in five cities on Java island, having 50 thousandindustrial workers, 1.6 million yarns, grey cloth 540 million meters, and 25million pieces of clothing, is the only company assigned by government to offerclothing and munitions for the Indonesian armed forces, civil servant andstudent. Its products are sold to more than 50 countries in Europe, America andAsia.

Productdiversity made Sritex into the international fashion market successfully. Sritexhas more than 100 famous brands such as, big retailers like Walmart, giantfashion group like Uniqlo, GUESS and H&M. At present, there are 1 viscosefiber plant, 14 spinning mills, 3 weaving mills, 3 dyeing and finishing plantsand 5 garment factories. Besides, the most proud point is that Sritex providesclothing and munitions for armed forces, such as tents, backpack, shoes andsocks of 32 countries in the world. Its products are infused with manyhigh-tech elements.

Thereare great competitive advantages in Indonesian textile garment industry judgingfrom the investigation of the local industrial parks and whole industrialchain.

I.             Laborcosts are lower: especially in the central Java, the labor costs range from$100-500 per month without paying for staff accommodation.

II.            Thedemand for machinery and equipment has been increased: the aging of mechanical equipmentis a general phenomenon in Indonesian enterprises, resulting in low efficiencyof textile companies. It makes great opportunities for Chinese equipment manufacturesto the Indonesian market as the increase of the giant demand for new machinery.

III.          Fromthe relationship between China and Indonesia: In 2017, China has been Indonesia’slargest trading partner for 7 consecutive years and continued to maintain the statusas the third largest source of investment to Indonesia. The direct investmentto Indonesia reached $3.4 billion.

IV.          Fromthe investment perspective, Indonesia has a vast market with a high degree ofmarketization and an open financial market with unlimited businessopportunities.

After lots oftimes research, ALLALLINFO sees the great opportunities in Indonesia’s printingtextile market. There is the huge market space and benefit advantages for Chinatextile and garment industry export to Indonesia, especially in nowadays that China-UStrade situation is not good.

Redirectingforeign trade exports to Indonesia, not only can expand China’s foreign trademarket, but also promote the further development of the whole industrial chainof Indonesia’s textile industry.

Therefore, ALLALLINFOis going to hold 2020 IndonesiaInternational Textile Printing Industrial Technology ExhibitionIITPE in Indonesia Jakarta JIEXPOon 2020, 28th-30th July. Once the exhibition was launched, it was stronglysupported by domestic textile printing equipment and materials suppliers andlocal textile printing practitioners in Indonesia. They put forward various opinionsand suggestions, and eagerly booked a booth.

It isforeseeable that this will be a grand event for industry exchanges andcooperation.

At present, IITPEhas now entered the recruitment stage. Lots of clients showed great intereststo it. Many companies such as Tianyuan, Bihong, Cnding, Tianli, Yingfengtai,Tianhui have ordered the booth. Let’s meet in 2020 and seek new businessopportunities for textile printing in Indonesia!

Indonesia’stextile printing industry is full of vitality, and has huge potential. Have youbeen about to join us? Welcome to 2020Indonesia International Textile Printing Industrial Technology ExhibitionIITPE!

IITPE iscommitted to construct a platform for presentation and communication, helping Chineseenterprisers going abroad, grasping the pulse of the Indonesian market, andexpanding business opportunities, besides, providing good developmentopportunities for the suppliers in China and other regions to expand themarket, and brings new opportunities to the Indonesian market.

Time: 28th-30thJuly 2020

Venue: JIEXPOPavilion, Jakarta, Indonesia

Exhibition scope:

Printing machinery: automatic printing machine,semi-automatic printing machine, manual printing machine, flat screen printingmachine, rotary screen printing machine, plate making equipment, drying tunnel,printing platform, heat press machine, hot stamping machine, digital jetprinting system, computer Inkjet screen system, pulp mixing equipment, dyeingand finishing equipment, etc.  

Printing materials: thermosetting inks, printingpastes, printing additives, resins, printing coatings, printing pastes,transfer paper, flocking paper, bronzing paper, glitter powder, adhesives,printing and dyeing auxiliaries, used in textile Digital ink for clothing, etc.

Others: computer colorseparation and plate making system, computer color matching, screen,photosensitive adhesive, thermal transfer, water transfer equipment, materials,machinery; various patents, technologies and software related to textileprinting; professional newspapers and magazines and media.