Q Message from Director General of National Export Development Q The Republic of Indonesia. Q About Directorate General of National Export Development (DGNED) Q Organizational Structure of DGNED Q DGNED’s Service
A.Market Development & Export Information
B.Export Product Development
C.Export Promotion & Nation Branding Development
D.Export Development Cooperation
E.Indonesia Export Training Centre
F.Trade Expo Indonesia (TEI)
H.Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre (ITPC)
I.Indonesian Trade Representative Office in Overseas
J. Regional Export Training and Promotion Centre (RETPC)
K. Marketing Point Development @ Address of Provincial Office of Industry and Trade Services
As an institution under the Ministry of Trade, DGNED is the new form of National Agency for Export Development (NAFED). With this new form, DGNED will serve you by giving more supports and export information. To improve our service, DGNED has been divided into five different service functions, which are: (1) export product development, (2) market development and export information, (3) export development cooperation, (4) export promotion and nation branding development, and (5) export training center. For Indonesian exporters, we provide a directory of importers in order to help you find your potential buyers by matchmaking your products with their needs. We also provide promotional facilities in domestic and international trade fairs to help you identify and penetrate markets abroad. We also improve the website by present the latest information that could supportyour business. For overseas buyers, which are looking for Indonesian exporters capable of providing the products you need, DGNED is the best place for you. You will find many reliable suppliers in our directory of exporters. There are also some publications that can be downloaded. These publications will help you find many kinds of Indonesian potential products and suppliers. All DGNED’s matchmaking services to foreign buyers and Indonesian exporters are designed for your sustainable competitiveness and we are looking forward to giving the best assistance to both of you.
So, let us help you and just contact us today.
Director General of National Export Development Ministry of Trade Indonesia, officially the Republic of Indonesia, is a country in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Indonesia is an archipelago comprising approximately 17,508 islands. It has 34 provinces with over 240 million people, and is the world’s fourth most populous country. Across its many islands, Indonesia consists of hundreds of distinct native ethnic and linguistic groups. A shared identity has developed, defined by a national language, ethnic diversity, religious pluralism within a majority Muslim population, and a history of colonialism and rebellion against it. Indonesia’s national motto, “Bhinneka Tunggal Ika” (Unity in Diversity), articulates the diversity that shapes the country. Despite its large population and densely populated regions, Indonesia has abundant natural resources and vast areas of wilderness that support the world’s second highest level of biodiversity. The country also has extensive natural resources, including crude oil, natural gas, tin, copper, and gold.
Indonesia as the largest economy in Southeast Asia is a founding member of ASEAN and a member of the G-20 major economies. The Indonesian economy is the world’s sixteenth largest by nominal GDP and fifteenth largest by purchasing power parity. The industry sector is the economy’s largest of GDP followed by services and agriculture. Flowever, the service sector has employed more people than other sectors, followed by agriculture and industry. In 2012, Indonesia ran a trade surplus in non oil and gas sector with export revenues of US$ 153.054,6 billion and import expenditure of US$ 149.126,7 billion. Indonesia’s major export commodities are textile and textile product, electronic, rubber and article thereof, palm oil, forest product, footwear, automotive parts, shrimps, cocoa, and coffee. The country’s major imports include machinery and equipment, iron and steel, motor vehicle and parts, plastic and plastic product, chemicals, aircraft and parts, and foodstuffs. Indonesia also moving to establish itself as a major industrial power, leveraging its significant energy resources to develop manufacturing. Since its inception, Directorate General of National Export Development (DGNED) has been tasked with assisting in the development of both modern and traditional products as part of the national policy of steadily increasing export performance to become a major plank of economic development.
About Directorate General of National Export Development
In order to increase exports, policies and measures are taken by the Ministry of Trade cq Directorate General of National Export Development (DGNED) prioritized in efforts to expand export markets, especially to non-traditional markets (market diversification) by intensifying exports promotion, increasing information access to businesses especially SMEs, developing exports institutions and capacity building efforts and professionalism in the business, especially SMEs to enter global markets. DGNED is tasked to develop and promote the export of non-oil and gas products by:
•Increasing export product diversification performance qualitatively.
•Increasing target of export market diversification performance qualitatively.
•Improving Indonesia’s branding and Image to the international market.
Related to its duties, DGNED conducts some activities such as helping the private sector on a continuous basis through trade promotion, domestic and overseas, which promotion is one alternative solution to increase the capacity of trade, investment and international tourism. The Ministry of Trade through DGNED implemented trade promotion activities in the country and overseas by participated in international expo in and outside of Indonesia (actively coordinating with Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre and the Commercial Attache), sent and accepted trade mission, organized in-store promotion by cooperating with international network, and organized Trade Expo Indonesia. Aside from contributing to exports in value, DGNED also increased the demand from foreign buyer to Indonesian exporter which has been formalized by Molls between various parties and DGNED.
To increase export product diversification, DGNED cooperate with other TPOs in developing product cluster and product brand, as well as in conducting capacity building. Besides that, DGNED do some activities to improve Indonesia’s branding and image to the international market such as developing the communication strategies of nation branding and strengthening the position of Indonesia in a potential international trade show.
We really hope our services will bring benefit either for the exporters, government institutions, public in general, or other stakeholders, particularly in the field of export promotion, exports information services, competitive enhancement of export products, and capacity development of exporters. At that time, DGNED’s performance will increase even more along with the increasing challenge and complexity in trade and economy.
Directorate General of National Export Development (DGNED) headed by a Director General and assisted by a Sec« of the Directorate General and five Directors consisting of the Director of Export Product Development, Director-on Export Information, Director of Export Development Cooperation, Director of Promotion and Images Development, and a Head for Centre for Education and Training Export Indonesia.