One-stop portal for trade, tourism and investment from Valdo Group: Indonesia@ccess, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Jumore Global, a Chinese e-commerce business to business (b2b) platform at the China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai, China, Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
The signing of the cooperation was carried out by President and CEO Valdo Group, Reza V. Maspaitella with Chairman Jumore Eric Lu, and witnessed by Minister of Trade Enggartiasto Lukita, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, and Indonesian Ambassador to China Djauhari Oratmangun.
“Through this collaboration, Indonesia@ccess became the only Indonesian b2b cross border trade platform,” Reza said through a short message received by Kabare.id on Thursday (11/08/2018).
Indonesia@ccess is a digital platform created by Indonesian people to help the government distribute and empower the people’s economy. The way is by helping business people to develop access to export markets as well as increasing involvement in global production networks, including the tourism sector, developing business partners, and bringing investors to Indonesia.
While Jumore Global is a digital platform from China that includes industrial chains and supply chain services. This platform integrates several real products including raw materials such as agricultural products, industrial goods, manufacturing products, consumer goods and food; and intangible products including finance, logistics, technology, certification, and others.
CIIE is an international import exhibition held on 5-10 November 2018. A total of 36 companies from Indonesia such as Mayora, Indofood, Sekar Laut, and Kapal Api participated in this exhibition.
The Indonesian company that brought its products at the largest import exhibition in mainland China was mostly engaged in the food and beverage industry including swallow nests and derivative products that began to be favored by Chinese people, as well as oil palm.
Besides 36 companies, there are 19 other Indonesian companies that participated in the exhibition, including companies that are exploring opportunities for exports to China.
The Indonesian Ambassador to China Djauhari Oratmangun hopes that the companies and associations present in Shanghai can be better known in China while producing significant transactions. “Of course we also hope to boost Indonesia’s exports to China. Especially with the honor state’s ‘country of honor’ status at CIIE, the wave of visitors will flow to the Indonesian Pavilion,” Ambassador Djauhari said, as reported by Antara.
Through CIIE the Chinese government relaxed import policy. Even in the event the local Ministry of Finance cut tariffs for certain imported products. (ant/bas)