Busworld Southeast Asia 2019
Date : 20 - 22 March 2019
Place : JIExpo Kemayoran Jakarta
BUSWORLD is the world’s largest B2B exhibition for the bus and coach industry, exhibiting buses, coaches and minibuses, as well as parts, components and services.
The first Busworld exhibition took place 46 years ago in the city of Kortrijk in Belgium in 1971 and Busworld South East Asia is the 7th exhibition on the current Busworld calendar next to Turkey, India, Russia, China, Central Asia and Latin America.
During every exhibition, Busworld Academy, Busworld’s knowledge platform, organizes seminars to connect the local industry with Busworld’s international network of specialized experts.
Why makes Indonesia an attractive bus and coach country?
-Indonesia has a population of 260 million people (40% of ASEAN population) spread over 34 provinces with 415 districts. Lots of people need a lot of transport means.
-The Indonesian Ministry of Transportation has planned for procurement of 3,000 new buses for BRT system in the 34 provinces by 2019.
-The procurement of 200 units of new buses will be opened by early 2019.
-Indonesia is aiming for 20 million visitors by the end of 2019. 10 new destinations are ready now. In order to serve the number of visitors, the travel companies are predicting to add 5,000 new coaches by 2019.
The first South East Asia will be taking place from March 20-22, 2019 at Jakarta International Expo (JIEXPO) Kemayoran – Jakarta, a perfect place for an exhibition in a venue built to international standards. This exhibition is an exclusive marketplace and a unique opportunity to network, learn and source new technology, launch/promote new products and also an ideal platform to find more technologies and services from the bus and coach industry.
Busworld Southeast Asia 2019 held in Conjunction With :
Inabike 2019, Inapa 2019, IIBT 2019, Tyre & Rubber Indonesia 2019, Busworld Southeast Asia 2019, Railway Tech Indonesia 2019, Forklift Indonesia 2019, Con-Mine 2019
More Info :
Phone : 021-5435 8118
Website : Busworldsoutheastasia.org