Event Name: Indo Leather and Footwear
Event Date: 04 – 06 August, 2022
Location: Jakarta International Expo, RW.10, East Pademangan, Pademangan, Central Jakarta City, Jakarta 14410 Indonesia
Organizer: Krista Exhibitions – Jl. Tambora VI, RT.6/RW.1, Tambora, Kec. Tambora, Kota Jakarta Barat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota, Jakarta 11220 Indonesia
Phone: (+62-21) 6345861, 6345862, 6334851, 6345002
Timings: 10:00 – 19:00
15th International Exhibition on Leather and Footwear Products, Machinery, Manufacturing Technology, Materials and Services
The 14th International Leather & Footwear expo has concluded successfully at Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran, Indonesia on April 4th – 6th, 2019. ILF held in conjunction with The Indo Shoe & Leather Fashion Festival, The 7th International Festival on Shoe & Leather Fashion and Indo Gartex, The 8th International Exhibition on Garments and Textile machinery, manufacturing technology, materials and service.
The show at a glance
To officially mark the opening of the event, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on the morning of April 4th, opened by Trade Councellor Korea, Trade Invesment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) – Kim S.J., President of Malaysia Footwear Manufacturers Association – Rachel Foo, Chairman of International Fairs & Delegation and Leader of PTA delegation to Indonesia – Amanullah Afbab, CEO Krista Exhibitions – Dharma Salim, General Secretary of Indonesian Footwear Association (APRISINDO) – Lany Sulaiman, CMO Krista Exhibitions – Christina Sudjie, Director of the Textile, Leather, Footwear and Multifarious Industry, Ministry of Industry of The Republic of Indonesia – Muhdori, Deputy for Marketing Development Ministry of Cooperatives and SMEs, of The Republic of Indonesia – Amrih Wigiati, Chairman of Indonesian Tanners Association (APKI) – Budi Purwoko, Trade Comissioner of Malaysia External Trade Development, Corporation (MATRADE) – Harman Ahmad, Director of Pakistan Tanners Association – Muhammad Ali
The success of Indo Leather & Footwear 2019; Indo Garment & Textile Expo 2019 are supported by Ministry of Trade of The Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Industry of The Republic of Indonesia, Ministry of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises of The Republic of Indonesia, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (KADIN), Italian Trade Agency (ITA) National Association of Manufacturers of Footwear, Leathergoods and Tanning Technologies (ASSOMAC), Indonesian Footwear Association (APRISINDO), Indonesian Tanners Association (APKI), Indonesian Textile Association – DKI Jakarta (API), Indonesian Retail Association (APRINDO), Indonesian Exhibition Companies Association (ASPERAPI) Indonesia Commercial Tenant Association (HIPPINDO)
- Indonesia at the heart of the booming ASEAN region, but still very “local” (no hub role). 4th most populated country in the world with 267 million people (350 within 2030)/ 1st agricultural power of the region, but very dependent on palm oil.
- Rising middle-class (400 Mln people in 2020) and diversification of food habits.
- One of the lowest GDP of South Asia / low imports (ranked 25th)
- Over 90% of traditional retail
- The 4th largest country in the world.
- The 16th largest economy in the world.
- Indonesia has 40% of the ASEAN GDP, grew >5.2% in 2019.
- Indonesia has a 264 million population, largest muslim population in the world, 45 million members of the consuming class, 135 million of the consuming class by 2030, modern distribution expansion (15% value share today) and growing penetration of premium products/offering, with more than half of annual household spending in food and beverage by 2030.
- The food & grocery retail market includes the retail sales of all food products, both packaged and unpackaged, as well as beverages (including retail sales of all alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages), and household products. All on-trade sales of food and beverage are excluded. All currency conversions are calculated at constant average 2017 exchange rates.
- The Indonesian food & grocery retail market had total revenues of $201.3bn in 2017, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.1% between 2013 and 2017.
- The food segment was the market’s most lucrative in 2017, with total revenues of $164.9bn, equivalent to 81.9% of the market’s overall value.
- A growing middle class in Indonesia is driving expansion in the modern retail sector. What’s more, a rise in prices of basic food products such as vegetables, rice, and seeds has been resulting in stronger value growth in this market.and soup dishes in modest local eateries to street-side snacks and top-dollar plates.
Indo Leather and Footwear: Visitors Profile
- Managing Directors
- Trading Cooperatives
- Skilled Food Traders
- Industrial Procurement
- Food Retailers
- Start-ups & New Entrepreneur
- Food & Beverage Retailers
- Food & Beverage Importers & Exporters
- Trading Co-operatives
- Food Supplier
- Purchasing & Procurement
- Sales & Marketing
- Food Technologist
- 94,651 trade visitors from 62 countries
- 96% Visitors Satisfaction rate
Top 3 Visitors Objective
- To find new suppliers
- To find new products
- To find out about new trends & market developments
Indo Leather and Footwear: Exhibitors Profile
- LEATHER & FOOTWEAR
• Semi-finished Leather • Finished Leather • Hides & Skins • Exotic Leather • Synthetic / Natural Materials • Man-made Leather • Equipment and Tools • Components & Accessories • Process Chemicals & Dyes • Manufacturing Equipment • Technology CAD • CAM System • Trade Association • Trade Press, Magazines • Leather and Footwear Institution/Schools • Financial Institution, Services • Leather Wear • Fur Clothing • Leather Clothing • Ladies Footwear • Men Footwear • Children’s Footwear • Sports and Leisure Footwear • Shoes and Slippers • Artificial Leather • Health and Orthopedic Boots • Working and Protective Boots • Tanned Leather
• Sports & Medical Shoes • Leather Garments • Leather Goods • Fashion Accessories • Baby Shoes • Handbags & Bags • Leather Furniture • Leather Accessories • Travel wear • Suitcases • Briefcases • Wallets and Purses • Cases and Casing • Belts • Gifts and Advertising Goods • Fancy Goods
• Footwear Machinery • Shoe Making Machines • Leather Production Machines • Leather Processing Machinery • Sewing Machines • Tannery Machines • Leather Auxiliaries • Raw Materials and Chemicals • Tanning and Shoe Machinery