This Year Indonesia Construction Exhibition Will Be Held

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Wednesday, July 18 2018 - 22:45 IWST

Secretary General of the Ministry of PUPR, Anita Firmanti in the launch of Indonesia Construction event in his office on Wednesday (18/7).
Secretary General of the Ministry of PUPR, Anita Firmanti in the launch of Indonesia Construction event in his office on Wednesday (18/7).

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Indonesia's infrastructure or construction exhibition will be held again from 31 October to 2 November 2018 at the Jakarta International Expo Kemayoran.

This year as many as 12,000 exhibitors consisting of civil engineering companies, contractors, consultants, and stakeholders will follow the infrastructure exhibition.

"The Indonesian Construction Exhibition is a place to build relationships, open new business opportunities and educational resources for construction industry players in Indonesia," said Anita Firmanti, Secretary General of the Ministry of PUPR in the launch of the Indonesian Construction event in his office on Wednesday (18/7).

Ministry of PUPR, said Anita said in 2018 it received budget allocation of Rp 107, 386 trillion or only 12.67 percent of the total state budget.

 
Massive infrastructure development requires not only quality construction workforce addressed through certificates, but also large numbers. Therefore it needs support from construction stakeholders to print a lot of construction workers. He also hopes that technological innovation in infrastructure development is needed.

Director General of Construction, Syarif Burhanuddin stated that the construction business opportunity in Indonesia is wide open with massive infrastructure development and other construction.

"The national construction industry is required to improve its capability both in terms of quantity and quality," he said

Not to be missed, the National Construction Services Development Agency (LPJKN) supports Indonesia's construction activities by increasing the competence of experts in the field of construction services. National LPJK support activities at this exhibition are with 7000 certification programs for free skilled workers and special prices for certification of experts.

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