As the leading economy in ASEAN, Indonesia has a vast and diverse market with great potential for future development. In recent years, there has been an uptick in development of the industrial and manufacturing sector in Indonesia due to the rapidly growing middle class and also as a regional hub for manufacturing and distribution.
Most of the main industrial facilities in Indonesia are found in Industrial Estates across the country with a high concentration in West and East Java.
BMT was commissioned by our client to undertake a study to review the current industrial sectors in Indonesia and propose future business targets and land use planning for the development of a new Integrated Port, Industrial and Logistics Estate.
Our team in Hong Kong and Indonesia travelled to various industrial estates in Indonesia to meet with different stakeholders both from the investor side as well as industrial park management. We also consulted with officials from various governmental departments including the Regional Development Planning Agency (BAPPEDA) as well as the Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) and Integrated License Service under the Provincial and Regional Government.
With BMT’s local expertise and extensive network, the team went beyond a general trade sector review to formulate a demand forecast for industrial and logistics facilities in the region, as well as identification of target industries and strategies in the region for the proposed logistics and manufacturing hub.
Furthermore, BMT also provided pricing and competitiveness analysis for zoning purposes, as well as to determine the optimum product mix in addition to the Conceptual Master Plan for the proposed industrial park.
BMT was commissioned to review and assess the master plan for a new logistics park in South Vietnam, including the logistics park facilities, industrial and manufacturing clusters, transport connections, land use planning and construction cost.
BMT crafted a strategic masterplan for a high-tech industrial park in Malaysia, summarizing the positioning, demand and supply assessment, industrial sector analysis and competitiveness review as well as financial and operational feasibility of the project.
The purpose of this Preliminary Feasibility assessment was to establish at a high level the nature and volume of cargo demand, the technical requirements to support this volume, the marine and port facility requirements, broad environmental and metocean impacts, and quantified investment returns.
BMT delivered a port master plan to assist the customer in establishing a technically and financially viable roadmap, as well as a strategic business model to better position the port for returns on investment.