Minggu, 05 Februari 2017

Courier Market After AEC and The Role of Pos Indonesia

Indonesian courier companies expressed their optimism over the future of their business amid the ASEAN single market, citing a number of barriers to entry that will temporarily stop overseas companies from entering the country's logistics industry.

The Express Couriers Association of Indonesia (Asperindo) said the launch of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) late last year did not pose a major threat to local courier companies, as they were ready to cooperate with each other to improve services and expand operation networks across the archipelago.

Citing the 2009 Post Service Law, Asperindo chairman M. Kadrial said foreign companies attempting to enter the Indonesian logistics market would first meet a legal barrier, as the law stipulates that a foreign business entity can only enter the industry if it forms a joint venture with a local company, with the latter holding majority ownership.

Kadrial, whose organization represents 277 Indonesian express couriers companies, also warned that a lack of reliable transportation infrastructure would be a challenge for rookie players in the relatively high-cost domestic logistics industry.

Last year, the domestic logistics industry stood at an estimated Rp 2.15 quadrillion (US$163.4 billion), a double-digit increase from the estimated Rp 1.81 quadrillion in the previous year, based on a study conducted by Frost and Sullivan. Asperindo is expecting to see the industry grow by 14 percent this year, with significant support from the e-commerce boom.

Indonesia's e-commerce sales reached a staggering $1.1 billion last year, with predicted annual growth to reach 38 percent from 2014 to 2017, based on data from research firm Euromonitor International.

Indonesia's 250 million people constitute some 40 percent of the total population of Southeast Asia.

Data from Standard Chartered show that the middle class, or those earning between $2 and $20 a day, rose from 131 million people in 2010 to 149 million in early 2015.

Pos Indonesia as one of postal, logistic, and courrier provider offers the best thing to ease the courier transport post launch of the AEC. The services that this company has could accomodate the need of both seller and buyer within domestic or regional coverage. Its integrated international networks accross more than 200 countries and by the specification of the ASEAN region help both actors to  transport their goods to deepest market within the region. The company also help to contribute in increasing ASEAN interconnectivity in a single new market. To prepare herself in facing this AEC era, Pos Indonesia has been preparing to advance the infrastructure that support the operational practice of the company, also to create better integrated system that help all customers in easing their up to date check over their deliveries, also to increase the absoulte accuracy on behalf of delivery service functuality where all of the consignee could receive their parcels within the time that this company had promimised to. 

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Chinese Translation

快递市场在AEC和 Pos Indonesia 的作用后


Asperindo主席M. Kadrial援引2009年的邮政服务法律表示,试图进入印尼物流市场的外国公司将首先遇到法律障碍,因为法律规定,外国企业实体只能进入该行业,如果它是一个合资企业一个本地公司,后者拥有多数所有权。


去年,根据Frost和Sullivan进行的一项研究,国内物流业估计约为2.15万亿卢比(1634亿美元),比上一年的估计Rp 1.81万亿增加了两位数。 Asperindo预计今年的行业将增长14%,在电子商务热潮的大力支持下。
去年印度尼西亚的电子商务销售达到惊人的11亿美元,根据研究公司Euromonitor International的数据,预计2014 - 2017年的年增长率将达到38%。




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Sabtu, 04 Februari 2017

Indonesia to be The Next Giant of E-Commerce, What Pos Indonesia Can Offer

Online revolution is now creating huge opportunities for Indonesia to become the world’s next potential market for E-commerce. The number of Indonesians online is expected to more than double from 92 million in 2015 to 215 million by 2020.
With huge number of online users and expanding middle class and growing smartphone penetration among its roughly 255 million residents, Indonesia could well become a major e-commerce market in the coming years.
It’s easy to make comparisons to China, where e-commerce penetration is higher than in many developed markets. For example, both countries have huge markets and populations with increasing disposable income, which feeds demand for new products and services.
But there are major differences. To begin with, Indonesia is a vast archipelago with some 6,000 inhabited islands. Because its infrastructure is less developed than China’s, delivery logistics can pose problems.

Beating the Crowded Streets
Payment systems are surprisingly well established. There are 21 e-wallet licenses in Indonesia and many providers partner with retail banks that have a countrywide presence. Cash on delivery is popular among sellers who want to develop a relationship with their customers.

Overcoming Hurdles to Growth
There are still big challenges to growth. Many consumers still have low-end smartphones with low storage capacity that limits running apps. As a result, social media have become the vehicle for online shopping for everything from clothing to used auto parts. It’s an “online bazaar,” with low overheads and local communities of followers to sell to that can become a gateway to e-commerce for larger, more established companies in the long term.
Other obstacles to growth include mobile network infrastructure and fraud. Outside Jakarta, many people can only access the Internet with slow 3G service, which limits what rural consumers can do on their mobile devices.
Over time, increasing investment in mobile infrastructure and growing awareness of fraud protection will help resolve these problems. Sellers will likely work to enhance their reputations and build trust through reviews and return/exchange capabilities. Already, companies like Tokopedia post reviews of sellers and are beginning to educate online users.

Fragmented Market = More Opportunities
Much more work needs to be done before Indonesia can become a major e-commerce market. And it’s still unclear who the market leaders will be. But we believe they’ll build on price competitiveness, a wide selection of merchandise and, above all, trust. Unlike China, where Alibaba dominates e-commerce, Indonesia’s market could be more fragmented.
For now, the big winners from the e-commerce boom are consumers, while there are limited ways for investors to play the development of online culture in Indonesia. As the market expands, investors should look out for telecom companies that stand to gain from increased data traffic, and banks, which will profit from more online banking and e-wallet transactions. Big opportunities will surface in the coming years, as companies step up to capture the largest share of e-wallets and ride the wave of e-commerce as it spreads across Indonesia.
The views expressed herein do not constitute research, investment advice or trade recommendations and do not necessarily represent the views of all AB portfolio-management teams.

 What Pos Indonesia Offers to Support E-Commerce Service
As a benchmark of Indonesian courrier services, Pos Indonesia has many services to offer in order to encourage the smooth of the business within e-commerce market. Pos Indonesia has been well known to have the largest connectivity accross the nation where the operationl scope could penetrate until the smallest administrative district within the country. It means that Pos Indonesia could help all e-commerce players in reaching the deepest market of the population with tested experiences and functulaity. As the giant logistic courrier of the country, Pos Indonesia also offers the most competitive rate in transporting all related goods to appointed destination, so that all the e-commerce players could save more in terms of logistic cost in transporting their goods. For more information on behalf of what services that Pos Indonesia can offer you, visit: www.posindonesia.co.id

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Chinese Translation

印度尼西亚是电子商务的下一个巨人,什么 Pos Indonesia 可以提供





什么Pos Indonesia 西亚提供支持电子商务服务

作为印尼邮政服务的基准,印度尼西亚Pos有许多服务,以鼓励电子商务市场内的业务顺利。 Pos印度尼西亚人所共知的是,在全国范围内拥有最大的连通性,其操作范围可以渗透到该国最小的行政区。这意味着Pos印度尼西亚可以帮助所有电子商务玩家在测试的经验和功能达到最深的市场。作为该国巨大的物流运输商,Pos Indonesia也提供了最有竞争力的运输所有相关货物到指定目的地,使所有的电子商务玩家可以节省更多的物流成本运输他们的货物。更多信息,代表什么服务,Pos印尼可以为您提供,请访问:www.posindonesia.co.id

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