Doing business in Indonesia: Siemens
Three questions to Rainer Brehm, CEO Factory Automation, Siemens Digital Industries7 Feb. 2020
How long has Siemens been active in Indonesia?
We entered the Indonesian market 160 years ago. The first office opened in Surabaya, East Java, in 1909. Since then, we have been a partner for electrification, automation and digitalization on Indonesia's path to technological growth and continuous digital change.
What significance does Indonesia have as a sales market for Siemens?
The Fourth Industrial Revolution, driven by digitalization, is the key to Indonesia's industrial transformation. The Indonesian government launched the Industry 4.0 Roadmap "Making Indonesia 4.0" with a focus on five priority sectors: Food & Beverage, Automotive, Textile, Electronics and Chemicals. With our unique digital enterprise portfolio, we support the initiative and promote the digital transformation of the process and production industries as key tools. We therefore offer companies of all sizes a comprehensive set of products, solutions and services to integrate and digitalize the entire value chain. Optimized for the specific requirements of each industry, Siemens' unique portfolio helps customers achieve greater productivity and flexibility.
What makes Indonesia special as an industrial partner? What is the main value?
Indonesia has enormous potential and is an attractive industrial partner. The government offers promising investment opportunities and cooperation in technological areas and to promote productivity, efficiency and environmental aspects of Indonesian manufacturing. By 2030, Indonesia aims to become one of the ten largest economies in the world. This opens up significant sales opportunities for Siemens in all business areas of infrastructure, power supply and manufacturing.
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