China Homelife 2022, strengthening import operation in Indonesia

Syifa, events . 01 Sep 2022
China Homelife Indonesia

Heaptalk, Jakarta – China Homelife Indonesia (CHI) exhibition has been organized from August 31st to September 2nd, 2022, at Jakarta Convention Center (JCC). This expo is the second series of this year after successfully on its initial series last March 2022.

The opening of this Chinese-based products expo was marked with a ribbon cutting and inaugurated by the Representative of Indonesia’s Ministry for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Rahmat Mulyanda. He appreciated the holding of this exhibition to involve Chinese industrialists from various sectors.

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Further, Rahmat believes this China Homelife event will unlock business and investment opportunities for the society to become entrepreneurs who can contribute to the country’s economy and maintain good bilateral relations between Indonesia and China that have been established previously.

Implementing Business to Business (B2B) as the expo concept, the promoters aim to attract multiple Indonesian entrepreneurs from diverse industries as visitors, spanning the building material, households, textiles, garments, and accessories sectors. This scheme is expected to reinforce import activities between China and Indonesia in recovering the economy of these Asia countries.

Refers to the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS) report in 2021, China has become a primary importer of non-oil and gas products in the archipelago with splendid amounts. From this data, Indonesia has imported the China product worth US$4.44 billion, with a portion of 30.89% of non-oil and gas imports in total. As a result, the most enormous imported commodities cover mechanical and electrical equipment machinery.

In addition, according to the official data from China, bilateral trade relations between Indonesia and China have increased by 58.6% in 2021 compared to the previous year, which was US$124.4 trillion. Likewise, a similar report also revealed China’s export activities enhanced by 48.1% to US$60.7 trillion, and imports reached 70.1% to US$63.8 trillion.

The expo exhibits more than 12,000 qualified products verified by around 700 China-based companies in its three-day implementation. Plenty of exhibitors participated, indicate this second series of China Homelife expos is five times bigger than the previous one.

Numerous innovative products are displayed, from building materials, textiles and garments, machinery, home appliances, auto parts, power electricity, food processing, beauty equipment, medical, and computer, to communication and Consumer Electric. With various presented products, this festival is targeted to captivate around 10,000 visitors with undisclosed purposed transaction amounts.

Regardless of presenting numerous commodities at the festival, the Business Matchmaking program will also enliven the China Homelife exhibition to facilitate the needs of importing business players with suppliers of goods and manufacturers from China. Visitors who want to hunt for business partners can easily visit the Matchmaking Area and will be accompanied by officers to discover suppliers with products, prices, and quality suitable for visitors’ requisites. The managerial team will also help visitors manage the import procedure to achieve business agreements efficiently.

As the event organizer, the President Director of PT Amara International Exhibition, Andy Wismarsyah, shared his strong optimism about inviting several business players to create strategic business partnerships with Chinese entrepreneurs. In his perspective, the China Homelife Indonesia event is not only presented for Chinese products but also as a proper place for local brand players to seek inspiration in developing their products to be globally competitive.

China Homelife Indonesia is a global special trade festival series for Chinese products held in 13 countries. Besides Indonesia, this exhibition was organized in Poland, Turkey, Brazil, Jordan, South Africa, India, Dubai, Egypt, Mexico, Nigeria, Kazakhstan, and Kenya.