Infrastructure, Transport and Industry

Developing Indonesian Marine Potential, BPPT Works Together with Pôle Mer

Gaya Guirous-Medjnoun - 07-oct.-2016 11:40:49

  The Embassy of France in Indonesia through Business France organized in Indonesia   the Maritime and Port French-Indonesian week under the patronage of H.E Madame l’Ambassadeur de France en Indonésie, Mme Corinne BREUZE and H.E the Mr the Ambassador Arif HAVAS OEGROSENO, Minister of State for Marine Sovreignty with the participation of the BPPT, the Ministry of Fisheries, the Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia, the BASARNAS, the BAKAMLA, the port authorities PELINDO 1, PELINDO 2, PELINDO 3, PELINDO 4 to a week of B2B meetings and workshop sessions. Jakarta, the 7th October 2016 - Gaya GUIROUS, Technology and Industry Dept. Embassy of France in Indonesia / Business France The Indonesian government define as priority the Maritime sector. Considering that two third of Indonesian territory are oceans, the future prospect of maritime industry in Indonesia are full of potential. During a week in Surabaya and Jakarta, a delegation of valuable french companies highly specialized in Maritime and Port development came in Indonesia to meet the local maritime business affairs key players in order to create cooperation. This week was the occassion to streghten the relationship between the BPPT and the Pole MER: As an agency for the development and assessment of technology, BPPT sees the need to increase Indonesia’s technological advancement in the maritime industry by cooperating with Pôle Mer in various sectors such as maritime infrastructure, port development, shipyard and marine ecosystem.    Prof. Ir. Wimpie Agoeng Noegroho, the Deputy Chairman for Natural Resources Development Technology during the meeting with Pôle Mer in Jakarta, BPPT has been assigned to develop the National Science Techno Park (NTSP) at Penajam Paser Utara, East Borneo. The NTSP is built as an integrated area for: Centers for advanced marine science and technology development Centers for establishing a New Emerging Business in Marine Advanced Technology Centers for Marine Advanced Technology Services to Communities With the previous experience in operating Marine Techno Park of Toulon, Pôle Mer is very keen and eager to assist and cooperate with BPPT for the development of National Science Techno Park at Penajam Paser Utara. The National Science Techno Park itself will contain 4 zones, namely: foresty & plantation, industrial area, waterfront city and agriculture & fisheries zone. The meeting was attended by representatives of BPPT, Dr. M. Ilyas (Head of Marine Survey Technology), Dr. Ir. Wahyu Widodo Pandoe (Head of Center Technology for Maritime Industrial Engineering) and the Embassy of France representatives Mr. Rachid Boulaouine, Mr Gaya Guirous-Medjnoun and Mr. André Pandean and a delegation of 11 French companies in maritime sector.    Pôle Mer was represented by Mr. Sébastien Cann and Mrs. Evelyn Raymond during their visit to Indonesian-French Conference in Port Infrastructure and Maritime Security that took place in Surabaya and Jakarta from 26 th – 29 th September 2016.     


L’entreprise familiale ardéchoise CHOMARAT étend sa présence à l’international et signe un contrat de distribution en Indonésie.

Gaya GUIROUS-MEDJNOUN - 27-mai-2016 10:29:07

  L’entreprise familiale ardéchoise CHOMARAT étend sa présence à l’international et signe un contrat de distribution en Indonésie.   Jakarta, Indonésie – le 27 mai 2016   CHOMARAT, entreprise familiale soutenue par BPI France, numéro un européen de l’advanced composite à destination du nautisme, de la pétrochimie, de l’automobile et de la construction vient de finaliser un partenariat portant sur le développement commercial de ses solutions avec une entreprise indonésienne spécialiste des matériaux chimiques, plastiques et composites.   Ce partenariat qui fait suite à l’accompagnement dans la durée réalisé parles équipes industries & cleantech de Business France Indonésie, permettra à Chomarat de renforcer sa présence sur l’archipel indonésien et dans l’ASEAN.   Cet accord permettra ainsi à CHOMARAT de développer et proposer ses solutions hautement technologiques au marché indonésien et notamment aux grands comptes de l’aéronautique, de la défense et de l’énergie dans un pays de 255 millions d’habitants avec des perspectives de croissance   supérieures à 5%/an.   de gauche à droite Pascal Joubert des Ouches (Chomarat) - Jean-Philippe Arvert (Directeur pays Business France Indonésie) - Mr Hartono (Partenaire Chomarat)  


5 PME française exposent leur savoir faire maritime à la demande du gouvernement indonésien

Gaya Guirous - Medjnoun - 27-mai-2016 12:22:12

      Le bureau Business France Indonésie et les équipes Industries& Cleantech ont organisés un focus group discussion dans le secteur du maritime  intitulé « Green Vessels Focus group Discussion ».    Ce projet est l’avènement d’une collaboration de longue date et de relations étroites avec  le gouvernement Indonésien. L’objectif de ce séminaire est de promouvoir le savoir-faire français auprès des chantiers navals indonésiens, armateurs et responsables ministériels pour lesquels le secteur maritime est érigé en priorité nationale et génère de nombreux projets concrets de développement.   Forte de leurs savoir-faire connu et reconnu à l’international navale les 5 entreprises françaises (Alma, Marinelec Technologies, Masson Marine, Sirehna et SLCE Watermakers) ont pu exposer leurs technologies et proposer une offre end-to-end aux key players indonésiens autour de thématique "green vessel" (les expertisent mettaient en exergues des technologies permettant des amélioration des moteurs, économies d’énergies fossiles, amélioration des process de construction, optimisation organisationnelles etc.)   Proactif et à l’instigation de ce rassemblement entre nos deux pays,  le gouvernement indonésien sous la direction de Ministère du Transport, des associations de la construction navale (INSA et IPERINDO), BKI (Bureau de la classification des équipements navale Indonésien) et PT. PAL (Shipyard public)  ont pu eux échanger leur impressions et projets autour des thèmes suivants :  les opportunités et défis dans la construction naval et  le développement de l’‘’Eco-Friendly ‘’ technologie dans l’industrie maritime.   Cet évènement montre au combien nos deux pays, nos deux économies et nos entreprises partagent des potentiels communs.                 Nos deux pays qui partagent en effet une forte empreinte mer, l’Indonésie archipel aux 17 500 iles et la France, deuxième espace maritime au monde      


Soekarno-Hatta International Airport Target to Beat Changi International Airport

Gaya Guirous-Medjnoun - 29-avr.-2016 07:17:58

Airport Operator of Soekarno-Hatta International Airport, PT. Angkasa Pura II targets to exceed the traffic movement and capacity of Changi International Airport by 2021 and Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) by 2019. Currently, Soekarno-Hatta serves 30 direct flights to international destination while KLIA serves 60-70 international destinations and Changi serves 100 international destinations. In order to compete with Changi and KLIA, PT. Angkasa Pura II is planning to increase the capacity and the quality of the terminals in Soekarno-Hatta Internatinal Airport. There are 3 areas highlighted by PT. Angkasa Pura II in order to achieve the target: 1.       Terminal Capacity By 2017, it is predicted Terminal 3 extension will operate fully with the maximum capacity of 25 million passengers per year. The amount invested for this development is Rp 5.7 trillion.   In addition, there are projects for the revitalization of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 to increase the capacity from 10 million passengers per year to 20 million passengers per year. Therefore with the full operation of all 3 terminals, Soekarno-Hatta will have the capacity to reach up to 65 million passengers per year. Lastly, PT. Angkasa Pura II also begins to plan the creation of Terminal 4 which will be located north of Terminal 3. Each terminal will then be equipped with people mover system, a special train system which will connect all 4 terminals in the landside area. 2.       Airside Angkasa Pura II has begun the land acquisition process to construct the 3 rd runway with 173.19 hectare. The runway will be 3,000 meter and will be able to accommodate B777 and A380 operations. The construction for the 3 rd runway is expected to begin in early 2018. Furthermore, Angkasa Pura II is also planning for the construction of east cross taxiway in June 2016. The amount invested for this project is Rp 1.5 trillion. At the current capacity, Soekarno-Hatta can hold up to 72 aircraft movements per hour but with the additional 3 rd runway Soekarno-Hatta can hold up to 100 aircraft movements per hour. 3.       Public Access In order to compete with Changi and KLIA, Soekarno-Hatta will have to improve public access to airport. Angkasa Pura II is cooperating with PT. Kereta Api Indonesia (KAI) to provide train access from Airport to the center of Jakarta. Currently PT. KAI is conducting land acquisition process around Batu Ceper. The train will operate from Batu Ceper to Soekarno-Hatta Airport via Manggarai Station by March 2017. In addition, Jakarta Provincial Government          is coordinating with central government for the construction of light rail transit (LRT), where one of its corridors will serve the route Kelapa Gading – Kemayoran – Pesing – Soekarno Hatta International Airport. With train and LRT access, the traffic around the airport is predicted to reduce by 60%.   


Sustainable urban development: Vivapolis is re-inventing the future for cities

Rachid Boulaouine - 19-mai-2014 15:08:51

Imagine the city for tomorrow. That’s the daily challenge many French companies are ready to meet today, all of them re-grouped under the brand Vivapolis. French know-how in providing solutions definitely has takers elsewhere in the world. Today, major cities throughout the world are searching for very specific expertise when it comes to developing, renewing and re-inventing themselves. France certainly has the high caliber players -- Bouygues, Vinci, Eiffage, Alstom, Veolia, Egis – to go along with innumerable SME positioned on very technological niche markets that respond to crucial challenges for tomorrow. Initiated by French public authorities, Vivapolis regroups the wide range of expertise French companies have to offer to meet the needs of cities all around the world. “Simply because it is always easier to focus attention on a name everyone can recognize,” explains Caroline Olivier, Environment Project Manager at Ubifrance. More than 70 French enterprises focused on sustainable cities have risen to the challenge by joining Vivapolis. Certified know-how Demonstrations of their know-how abound: whether it’s the Grand Paris, Grand Lyon, the Euro-Mediterranean project in Marseille, the Urban Community of Bordeaux, among other initiatives. For all of these sites, there are several issues that need to be faced: mobility, managing energy, pollution… One common thread shared by all of these urban development projects involves improving the quality of life and social cohesion in these cities to make them more attractive. Several ambitious projects have been started to develop responses. One key example is the Auto-Lib system in Paris to reduce circulation in the city with non-polluting electrical cars. Bordeaux Euratlantique, an extensive construction endeavor, reveals the wide scope of action Vivopolis is capable of.   Relying especially on the development of eco-quarters, the project combines energetic efficiency, water recycling and a solar-energy plant. International markets lining up Vivapolis is ready for export. It’s already present in Morocco, where public authorities hope to benefit from French know-how to develop a new city of Chrafate in the region of Tanger-Tetouan. “They requested assistance from the French to help them carry out this ambitious project,” adds Caroline Olivier. The same thing is true for Turkey, with the youngest population in Europe. Turkish authorities expect French companies to help them integrate this youthful population more effectively in a cityscape that is constantly growing. As for China, its gigantic projects require showing up with turnkey proposals. Over the past 10 years, France has already carried out more than 200 projects in approximately fifty Chinese cities. Another highlight is the French eco-quarter that is going to be built in the Tiexi district in Shenyang. Alstom and its joint-venture, Satée, won a deal amounting to € 75 Million to provide locomotives for 550 wagons on Subway Lines 3 and 4 in Chengdu, the 5 th largest city in China. For Caroline Olivier, “Vivapolis involves a large number of French companies working on sustainable cities,” responding to key issues in urbanization for emerging countries as well as for renewal of major cosmopolitan areas worldwide. The latest scoop for Vivapolis ? France is getting cutting-edge, using state of the art technologies, proposing 3D simulations for these international projects to allow deciders to visualize different possibilities for a quarter or city. These virtual scale models showcase all of Vivapolis’ partners and their specializations. It is now being tested for initiatives in Astana and Santiago in Chile.   More information : Vivapolis powered by French creativity Cities : a collective adventure Directory of French companies


PT REGIO AVIASI INDUSTRI (PT RAI) and DASSAULT SYSTEMES Signed an MOU in Jakarta - INDONESIA.

Rachid Boulaouine - 16-avr.-2014 06:07:10

  In presence with H.E Madame the Ambassador of France in Indonesia and Dr Ilham HABIBIE, a local aircraft maker PT Regio Aviasi Industri (RAI) has signed up with France-based software producer Dassault Systemes to design and manufacture the firm’s regional turboprop R80 aircraft. Dassault Systemes is the 3DEXPERIENCE Company and the leading global PLM solution provider. DS possess over 25 years of experience supplying the Aerospace & Defence (A&D) Industry 3D applications to support every step of the industry‟s technological and business evolution, from 2D to 3D design and digital mock-up, to lifecycle management, and now the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. The 3DEXPERIENCE platform transforms the way “innovators will innovate with consumers” by connecting designers, engineers, marketing managers and even consumers, in a new   “social enterprise‟. 3D Experiences are a catalyst for innovation, enabling enterprise stakeholders to participate in the innovation process, enhancing value for the end consumer. PT RAI is startup aerospace company in Indonesia, with core competence in aircraft design, development and financing of civilian regional commuter aircraft. RAI is developing new aircraft project R80, a regional turboprop aircraft with 80 passengers and scheduled to have its first flight in 2016. RAI intends to develop and build the R80 with an eco-system of partners and suppliers in Indonesia   The Parties have agreed to build up their strategic relationship by leveraging the strength and knowledge of each Party to assist PT RAI to meet the following objectives:   a. Achieve its mission of delivering the first 80 Passenger Turboprop Indonesia built Aircraft in 2016 by working with a social eco-system of partners & suppliers.   b. Deploy Dassault Systemes 3DEXPERIENCE Platform for collaborative R80 Aircraft program with its social industry eco-system.   c. Adopt Industry best practices and methodologies for collaborative Aircraft development and to create a sustainable aerospace Social Eco system in Indonesia for future aircraft programs.    


Oil and Gas: France is one of the world leaders

Rachid Boulaouine - 16-avr.-2014 05:47:38

  There is Total and then there are the others. That is how some people blindly underestimate the Oil & Gas sector in France. Fortunately, the French landscape for this sector is far richer than that. “What people need to know is that the French offer is positioned among the leaders worldwide,” explains Agnès Hagyak, Project Manager for Hydrocarbons at Ubifrance . France’s para-petroleum sector includes over 400 enterprises and creates 55 000 jobs that are “highly qualified at the technical and scientific level,” according to Agnès Hagyak. In terms of exports, France even has the 2 nd biggest para-petroleum sector in the world, behind N° 1, the United States. France equals Norway and the United Kingdom. French suppliers account for 90% of their total turnover in exports. Total and GDF Suez, among the major players in the world, naturally draw a lot of attention. Yet there are also many French companies that are not as well known, but who deliver high performance internationally.   “France’s para-petroleum sector includes over 400 enterprises and creates 55 000 jobs that are highly qualified at the technical and scientific level”   Many of them are SMEs who display a very high level of technical expertise . These companies are a hotbed of creativity. When it comes to covering needs in technologies, in equipment and services required for exploring, producing, transporting and refining hydrocarbons, the French offer is considered as top-notch.   French know-how is especially recognized in the area of offshore and deep water drilling, in fact, for any sort of high sea platform. French companies, thoroughly international, can easily position themselves on very specific niches. They are not at all afraid of customizing their solutions. Quite the contrary!   For example, there is the Bardot Group, An SME with international presence, specialized in para-petroleum equipment. In particular, it makes tooling with technical polymers and structures that are soldered by robotic equipment, along with the development of the means to attach and assemble these structures. With such expertise on this niche market, Bardot Group has managed to work on sites in Angola, Texas, Brazil and Malaysia. And BARDOT is hardly the only French company capable of such international success.   Nexans, is a specialist in making cables required by the sector. Expert in electrical engineering (automated solutions, instrumentation and command system) CEGELEC works very successfully on international projects. There are still other players in the market: Air Liquide, Bureau Veritas, Entrepose projets, Ponticelli, all renowned companies.  


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