Transport & Logistics

Indonesia Transport & Logistics 2013
Transportation and logistics in Indonesia are sectors of great opportunity, but also pose immense challenges. As the economy booms and travel increases, related businesses have grown and relevant infrastructure is being built. At the same time, the transportation networks and systems are put under stress as the economy expands rapidly. This is especially an issue in Indonesia, where existing infrastructure is often poor and the process of adding capacity can be slow and inconsistent. Over the next few years, transportation and logistics promise to develop quickly, although not always in a balanced way. Connectivity should improve, bringing some corridors up to international standard, though gaps may remain. This chapter contains interviews with Emirsyah Satar, President and CEO, Garuda Indonesia; and Richard Lino, President Director, IPC II.
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Richard Lino, President-Director, IPC II: Interview

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