Indonesia Transportation Sector Report 2019/2020An EMIS Insights Industry Report
EMIS is an ISI Emerging Markets Group Company Date: January 2019
Available in: English
The Indonesian transportation sector plays an important role in Indonesia’s economic development. At current prices, it accounted for about 5.4% of Indonesia’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2017. Despite being the world’s largest archipelago nation, sea transport generates just 5.7% of the transportation sector’s gross value added (GVA) in 2017, versus 45% for road and 30% for air transport. Railway is the least developed subsector with a share of slightly over 1%. The largest economy among the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Indonesia has poor infrastructure by international standards. The country ranked 52nd out of 138 countries surveyed in the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report 2017-2018 in terms of quality of infrastructure, lagging behind Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand.
This report provides a complete and detailed analysis of the transportation sector for Indonesia. EMIS Insights presents in-depth business intelligence in a standard format across countries and regions, providing a balanced mix between analysis and data.
What this report allows you to do:
- Understand the key elements at play in the transportation sector in Indonesia
- Access forecasts for growth in the sector
- View key passenger and freight traffic for the sector in Indonesia
- Crystallise the forces both driving and restraining this sector in Indonesia
- Ascertain Indonesia’s position in the global sector
- Build a complete perspective on sector trade, investment and employment
- Assess market share by type of transport (e.g. railways, airlines, shipping)
- Understand the competitive landscape and who the major players are
- View M&A activity and major deals
- Gain an understanding of the regulatory environment for the sector in Indonesia
- Build a clear picture of trends and issues for sub-sectors (e.g. road, rail and water), as well as transport infrastructure.
See below for a complete table of report contents: