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Accepts ATA Carnets for:

  • Exhibitions and Fairs
  • Professional Equipment

Indonesia specific export assistance information can be found at:

KADIN Business Support Desk:
Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Menara KADIN Indonesia, 3th Floor
Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Blok X-5 Kav. 2-3
Kuningan 12950

Tel: +021.5274484.85, +62.21.527 44 84/ 85
Fax: +62.21.527 43 31/ 32

WWW Site:

The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

2020 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036

WWW Site:


Indonesia Country Commercial Guide 2012

Special Considerations

All Customs offices of Indonesia are entitled to handle ATA Carnets during office hours (7.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.)

24 hour service is available in certain Customs offices:

  1. Kantor Pelayanan Utama Bea danv
    Cakai Tip A Tanjung Priok, Jakarta
  2. Kantor Pengawasan dan Pelayanan Bea dan Cukai, Tipe Madya Pabean Soekamo-Hatta, Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia

Trade Shows

Indonesia at a Glance:

  • In 2012 two way trade between the U.S. and Indonesia was up to $26 billion
  • 2011 U.S. exports to Indonesia increased an additional 17%, and an additional increase of 8.1% in 2012 bringing U.S. exports up to $8 billion.
  • The U.S. is a major seller of aircraft and rail transport equipment to Indonesia, spurred by the needs of their developing energy sector
  • The relationship between Indonesia and the United States has strengthened Indonesia’s role as a political and economic leader in South East Asia
  • Indonesia is the world’s fourth most populous nation and is 86% Muslim, though it is a secular state
  • The largest cluster of Indonesian islands is Java with a population of about 130 million inhabitants
  • It is a highly diverse country with over 580 languages and dialects
  • Indonesia is a member of OPEC and its economy is bolstered by its oil and natural gas exports.
  • Tourists to Indonesia can expect to see diverse plants and wildlife, including the Komodo dragon and the Javan rhinoceros, which can be found nowhere else in the world

Staff Contact:   Glendy Sung

Vice President, Carnet Operations
Tel: 212.703.5073

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