Indonesia is well known for its exports. At least ten main products are consistently produced for export, including shrimp, coffee, palm oil, cacao, rubber and rubber, textile, footwear, electronics, motor vehicle components, and furniture.
The Ministry of Trade recently released a list of potential Indonesia export products, with positive trends opening up an opportunity for local entrepreneurs and producers to gain notoriety abroad, starting with the South East Asia region and other bilateral partners of Indonesia.
How to start an Indonesian export company
A few provisions must be met when creating an export company – the first step is establishing a legal entity. There are several types of legal entities that you can set up, including a CV, firm, PT, and cooperative.
Set up your company properly. Before exporting from Indonesia, an exporter must have a Taxpayer Identification Number (NPWP). Other than that, there are business licenses to obtain: