JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com – The Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) in cooperation with the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (Kadin) and the National Agency for Development of Construction Services (LPJKN) and Indonesian Beton are holding the exhibition “Indonesian Infrastructure Week 2020”.
PUPR Minister Basuki Hadimujono officially opened the event at the PUPR Ministry building, Akakarta, on Tuesday (November 24, 2020).
Basuki said holding Indonesia Infrastructure Week 2020 is an attempt to improve the performance of construction services in Indonesia.
“We hope that construction services in Indonesia will be more advanced in the future,” Basuki said.
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The head of LPJKN, Ruslan Rivai, added that this annual routine activity is held as a form of meeting, exchange of information and business activities between the construction communities.
Thus, it is expected to strengthen the supply chain in construction.
“So, we hope so.” event “This can strengthen the supply chain in construction related to capital, human resources, equipment materials and construction technology,” Ruslan said.
Indonesia Infrastructure Week 2020 takes on the theme of construction services innovation in fostering a recovery in national economic performance.
This exhibition was held from November 24, 2020 to December 3, 2020 and was attended by participants from and outside the country.
There were 1,500 participants from 40 exhibitors of BAMN Caria companies, local and international materials companies and construction equipment companies.
The international companies present were from Germany, Canada and the Netherlands. They offer a pipe system, integrated industrial property, и digital asset management.
In addition to the exhibition, there is a series of seminars that will discuss various innovations in each phase of the implementation of construction and digitalization of construction services.
Meanwhile, Kadin President Rosan Roeslani hopes the event can boost and improve the sustainable development of Indonesia’s infrastructure.
“In line with the theme of our activities, we at Kadin are trying to encourage business actors in the construction and infrastructure sectors to innovate in construction services using digital technology,” Rosan said.