Kargo’s use of big data has been critical in creating greater market efficiency amid significant disruptions to the sector.
We asked a young seaweed distributor in Palopo, South Sulawesi, to explain supply chain concerns and opportunities amid covid-19.
The Australia-ASEAN Power Link may be the most ambitious renewable energy project underway anywhere.
‘World’s largest solar farm’ near tiny NT town could help power Singapore via 4,500km undersea cable
‘Major project’ status from the federal government will help the approval process for the $22 billion Australian ASEAN Power Link using high-volume direct current (HVDC) technology.
Relatively robust demand for chemicals and diesel from industry helped distribution and logistic company PT AKR Corporindo ride out the coronavirus slump.
Prerana Mehta of AustCyber and the ACT Australia-Indonesia Business Council (AIBC) speaks to Helen Brown about cybersecurity and IA-CEPA.
Indonesia is placing 11.5 trillion rupiah with regional development banks and extending loans to provincial governments to support economic recovery amid the pandemic.
Java is at the advantage of being the home base for many ministry-run laboratories, state universities and private hospitals and labs.
This PAIR Overview takes a deep dive into South Sulawesi and its people and infrastructure, illustrating the importance of the province to Indonesia’s future.
Vocational education at the BPSDMP (Agency for Human Resources Development in Transportation) schools are an added value that can produce graduates who are ready for work.
The proposed law reflects growing concern among Indonesia’s online shoppers that companies and the government are failing to keep their personal information safe.
The bike craze has led to a surge in sales of new and secondhand bikes and an increase in demand for bike repairs.
An AIC project will examine the state of transport, logistics and supply chains in South Sulawesi, identifying gaps ahead of the opening of the region’s first railway line.
Japan has been perplexed by Indonesia’s abrupt policy shift on a high-speed railway project, now asking Tokyo to join in on the major infrastructure deal that it originally lost out to China.
Local institutions, both private and state-owned, have since racked their brains to meet domestic demand in the face of disrupted global supply chains.
The infrastructure push to jump-start the economy is coming at the expense of the country’s biodiversity, its climate commitments, and its most vulnerable communities.