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PT Asahimas Chemical is a multinational joint venture in Indonesia that operates Southeast Asia’s largest and fully integrated state-of-the-art Chlor Alkali-Vinyl Chloride plant. It manufactures basic chemicals such as caustic soda (NaOH), ethylene dichloride (EDC), vinyl chloride monomer (VCM), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), hydrochloric acid (HC1) and sodium hypochlorite (NaC1O), which are crucial to many of Indonesia’s fastest-growing industrial sectors.
Employing over 7,000 workers and using sophisticated machinery, PT Dan Liris plays an important role in the integrated textile and garments industry of Indonesia. Listed as one of 100 biggest exporters by national business magazine SWA in 2010, it has gained an international profile by producing garments for well-known brands such as Marks & Spencer, British Home Stores, House of Fraser, and for Japanese brands such as Bandai and Sanrio.
Djasula Wangi is a leading producer and exporter of quality essential oils, vanilla beans and clove leaf oil derivatives in Indonesia. Celebrating 50 years, the company distributes its products to more than 20 countries around the world.
PT Idemitsu Lube, a subsidiary of Idemitsu Kosan Global, has over 100 years of experience in providing top-quality oils and lubricants for its customers. Experiencing constant expansion due to rising demand in the country, Idemitsu Lube produces automotive lubricant oils for car and motorcycle manufacturers, as well as industrial lubricants for machining processes.
The Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Indonesia has played a prominent role in strengthening trade and investment between Indonesia and Japan. It provides information and consultation services to Japanese small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) planning to set up their operations in the country.
Jakarta Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) was established in 1967 to provide information, consultation and communication services to its members and the government regarding their individual needs. It also conducts seminars and management training programs for small and medium-size enterprises.
East Java Chamber of Commerce and Industry plays a vital role as an economic entry-gate for the Eastern Indonesia Zone. With a large area in which abundant resources are being industrially processed, traded and serviced, East Java is the most attractive province in Indonesia for foreign investment now and in the future.
Indonesian Mining Association (IMA) serves as a link between the government and mining companies in the country. Aside from organizing lectures, seminars and training activities for its members, it also runs periodic conferences on domestic mining, publishes proceedings and mining information, and represents the Indonesian mining industry in national and international meetings.