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dhl indonesia fact sheet
DHL INDONESIA FACT SHEET
OVERVIEW
Indonesia’s modern and dynamic economy is the largest
in Southeast Asia. Though rich in natural resources, it
is also highly diversified: half the country’s GDP comes
from services.
Unlike many other Asian countries’ manufacturing and
export-driven economies, Indonesia’s growth is fuelled largely
by consumption and labour productivity improvements.
The country is also the fourth-largest user of Facebook in
the world, providing a promising platform for e-commerce
activity. With steady population growth and continually
rising employment, Indonesia’s consuming class is predicted
to reach 90 million by 2030 – more than any other country
except China and India. If growth is maintained, Indonesia
could be the world’s seventh-largest economy by 2030.
To achieve this goal, Indonesia is committed to further
improving its infrastructure, removing overregulation and
other barriers to business and furthering inclusion. The
country is also realising its regional and global leadership
potential, especially in sustainability resource management
and climate change negotiations. This is crucial, as Indonesia
holds the third-largest area of tropical forest but is also one
of the world’s largest emitters of greenhouse gases.
Burma
Currently, UK trade with Indonesia is small. Though Britain
is one of Indonesia’s largest investors, the countries have less
than a 1 per cent share of each other’s market. However, this
is being actively addressed: in addition to setting a bilateral
trade target of £4.4 billion for 2015, the countries have
established a joint ‘Vision 2030 Group’ to improve
their business relationship.
Thailand
Country Profile
Capital
Jakarta
Population
251,160,124 (July 2013 est.)
Area
1,904,569 sq km
Currency
1 rupiah (IDR) = 100 sen
GDP
US$ 1.285 trillion (2013 est.)
Languages
Bahasa Indonesia (official, modified form
of Malay), English, Dutch, local dialects
(of which the most widely spoken is
Javanese)
Ethnic Groups
Javanese 40.6%, Sundanese 15%,
Madurese 3.3%, Minangkabau 2.7%,
Betawi 2.4%, Bugis 2.4%, Banten 2%,
Banjar 1.7%, other or unspecified 29.9%
Laos
Sources: CIA World Factbook, GOV.UK, McKinsey & Company,Philippines
World Bank
Source: CIA World Factbook
Vietnam
Cambodia
Medan
Malaysia
DHL FACTS
Malaysia
Locations: Borneo
Pekanbaru
Sumatra
Kalimantan
Batam
Gateways into the Country:6
Balikpapan
Sulawesi
Palembang
Makassar
Jakarta
Semarang Surabaya
Bandung Java
Bali
Denpasar
Kupang
New Guinea
Ambon
INDONESIA
KEY
Capital City
Major City
DHL Gateway
140
East Timor
Timor
Australia
Number of Service Centres:21
Papua
New
Guinea
DHL Delivery Zone:8
Vehicle Fleet:240
DHL Indonesia Fact Sheet
TRADE INFORMATION
ESSENTIAL CUSTOMS INFORMATION
Exports from Indonesia
Imports into Indonesia
US$ 178.9 billion (2013 est.)
US$ 178.6 billion (2013 est.)
Export commodities
Oil and gas, electrical
appliances, plywood,
textiles, rubber.
Import commodities
Machinery and equipment,
chemicals, fuels, foodstuffs.
Top Export Destinations
Germany, Japan, USA,
Singapore, Australia,
UK, China.
Top Import Origins
USA, Japan, China, Germany,
Sweden, Singapore, India,
Hong Kong.
Source: DHL, CIA World Factbook
UK to Country Transit Times
The times provided for dutiable shipments are based on the time expected
for Customs in Indonesia to clear the shipment. This is contingent upon the
value of the shipment.
Jakarta
Non-Dutiable: 3 days
Dutiable: 3 days
Balikpapan
Non-Dutiable: 4 days
Dutiable: 4 days
Batam
Non-Dutiable: 4 days
Dutiable: 4 days
Medan
Non-Dutiable: 4 days
Dutiable: 4 days
Surabaya
Non-Dutiable: 4 days
Dutiable: 4 days
All shipments are subject to duty and taxes as
DUTY FREE ALLOWANCE Indonesia Customs do not offer a duty free allowance.
For an estimate of landed costs (duties, taxes
and other import fees) for shipments going to
the Indonesia, use the free DHL Express Trade
Automation Services (TAS) tool. tas.dhl.com
TAS also provides information on regulation
compliance and trade documentation.
Import duty applies for all goods shipments:
Duty: 0-20%, VAT: 10-20%, Income Tax 2.5-15%
(7.5% if the receiver has a tax number; 2.5% if
the receiver has a tax number and import
identification number).
For all express companies and forwarders the
importer must provide the original Power of
Attorney (POA) letter, which must be renewed
monthly. The receiver must clear Bonded Zone
shipments exceeding 100 kg / 220 lb.
More information on import licences and
regulations: eservice.insw.go.id
Prohibited Items
The list below is in addition to DHL’s standard
list of prohibited items.
•Antiques
•Asbestos
•Dangerous goods, hazardous or combustible
materials
•Firearms or parts of
•Furs
•If originating from Zimbabwe: animal products
including skins and raw leather materials
•Gambling devices
•Ivory
•Jewellery
•Laser discs
•Precious metals & stones
•Printed matter written in Bahasa Indonesia
or Chinese characters
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DHL Indonesia Fact Sheet
For more information
Restricted Items
Document shipments exceeding
10 kg / 22 lb must be sent as goods.
Compact discs and computer software,
including optical discs
Importation without permit only valid
for individual receivers; shipment must
be less than ten pieces. If shipping to
a corporate name and address, obtain
surveyor certificate & import permit
from Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade
before shipping.
Cellular / mobile phones / smartphones
including accessories & components,
handheld computers including PDAs
and palmtops, radar equipment
including transmitters and receivers,
telecommunication equipment
Up to two devices: exempt from licensing
requirements. More than two devices:
shipper to obtain surveyor certificate
before shipment. Receiver must be a
Registered Importer for the device and
obtain Import Approval from Indonesia’s
Ministry of Industry.
Animal products
Receiver to obtain certificate from
Indonesia’s Directorate General of
Food and Drug Control.
Animal skins, including raw leather
materials (not finished goods)
Shipper to obtain Certificate of Origin
and Certificate of Health. Receiver to
obtain import licence and quarantine
permit from Indonesia’s Ministry of
Agriculture. Contact DHL Customer
Services for further information.
Coffee & coffee samples and seeds
including cotton seed
Receiver to obtain quarantine permit from
Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture.
Alcoholic beverages, cosmetics, drugs:
prescription & non-prescription,
foodstuffs including grain samples
Receiver to obtain permit from Indonesia’s
Directorate General of Food and Drug
Control. Personal importation is not
allowed. Obtain a Certificate of Inspection
(LS) for shipments under Incoterm FOB
valued over US$ 1,500.
Films / movies
Obtain import licence from Indonesia’s
Board of Film Censorship (Lembaya
Sensor Film). Import duty contingent
on film duration.
Hardback and paperback books
for non-commercial use
Obtain special import permit from
Attorney General.
Leather goods, plants and plant
products
Shipper to obtain phytosanitary certificate.
Receiver to obtain quarantine permit from
Indonesia’s Ministry of Agriculture.
Lubricant oil products including
lubricant grease
Obtain registered lubricant number licence
from Indonesia’s Directorate General of Oil
& Gas before shipping.
Medical/dental supplies & equipment
Receiver to obtain permit from Indonesia’s
Ministry of Health before shipping
Personal effects
State PERSONAL EFFECTS on waybill. To
qualify for duty exemption, Indonesian
citizens must obtain a statement of stay
(2 years for government staff; 3 for anyone
else). Include a packing list endorsed by
the Indonesian Embassy at origin. Expats
(only 1 allowance) must provide passport,
resident & work permits
If you need support or advice on trading
with Indonesia, help is available.
Contact the DHL Express team on
0844 248 0675
DHL Customer Services is also
available on 0844 248 0844
Contact your local Chambers of
Commerce
www.britishchambers.org.uk
Contact your local UKTI
www.ukti.gov.uk
Visit www.dhlguide.co.uk for
international trade information
and to read our blog
Follow us on Twitter @dhlexpressuk
to keep up to date with all the latest
developments in international trade
Tapes: video cassettes
Subject to censorship. Duties contingent
on the duration of the movie.
Textile articles
Import less than ten ready-made
garments. Receiver must be registered as
an ‘Importer of Certain Product’, obtain a
Surveyor Certificate (pre-inspection from
origin country) and provide quarter report
to Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade.
Tobacco
Obtain quarantine permit from Ministry
of Agriculture. Shipper to provide Original
Phytosanitary Certificate.
Used or second-hand communications
equipment
Receiver to obtain supporting paperwork
from Indonesia’s Ministry of Trade and
from SGS/Surveyor from Origin.
For machine & electronic parts,
ship spares and x-ray machines
please contact DHL Customer Services
before shipping.
Valid from: 03/2014
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