Alliances

HARPI MELATI

"HarpiMelati" is gathering the Bride cosmetic Indonesia, established in December 1981 with the aim to explore and preserve local culture, especially through bridal makeup.

"HarpiMelati" is a partner organization of the Ministry of education and culture of Indonesia. to improve the ability and quality of the bridal makeup in Indonesia, this organization hopes that all members can be human resources to support independent and national development.

TIARA KUSUMA

Address : Jl. Radio Dalam Raya No. 4 Keb. Baru, Jakarta Selatan;
2). PondokCabe Indah Blok F/8 Tangerang Selatan

Tlp. 021-7393484/021-74715309 - Fax. 021-7393484/021-74715309

Tiara Kusuma is unity cosmetologist and salon entrepreneurs Indonesia, an organization established on 16 January 1980 in Jakarta is a place for experts and entrepreneurs of beauty salon Indonesia and partner organizations' ministries of education and culture of the Republic of Indonesia "

With the development of science and technology and to anticipate labor competition then TIARA KUSUMA want to help our members to improve the quality of professionalism in the field of beauty.

Until now the membership of the organization Tiara Kusuma has spread all over Indonesia with 275 branches consisting of 10,000 people. The purpose of the establishment are Tiara Kusuma is to gather and unite beauty experts and entrepreneurs salon in Indonesia.

AIMI (Indonesian Breastfeeding Mother's Association)

Indonesian Breastfeeding Mother's Association (AIMI) was founded on April 21st , 2007 by and for Indonesian Breastfeeding mothers and in general for parents. AIMI is a non profit and non government organization which was build from breastfeeding mothers supporting group. AIMI was established to give a balanced and comprehensive information about breasteeding and the risk of giving formula to babies.

Mission:

  • Sharing information, knowledge dan give support for mothers to breastfeed their babies exclusively for 6 months and continue breastfeding until 2 years old or more.
  • Giving feedbacks to government, companies and private institutions in order to make them understand the improtance of giving breastmilk so they would give support to ensure breastfeeding successfull
  • Giving education to the community about the importance of breastfeeding by giving consistent knowledge and latest information about breast milk

ASAKI

Founded since 1977, ASAKI’s membership has grown to 92 companies which include manufacturers of ceramic tile/wall, sanitary ware, tableware, refractory, suppliers of raw materials and machinery. ASAKI works closely with ceramic manufacturing training center to provide guidance to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Dinoyo, Plered East Java and West Java.

Within ASEAN, ASAKI is an active member of Ceramics Industry Club of Southeast Asian Countries (CICA). At the international level, ASAKI is an active member of the World Tile Manufacturers Forum, located in Brussels, Belgium with comprises of world ceramic manufacturers from more than 30 countries.

ASAKI is actively participating in local and overseas events with the mission to promote the Indonesian Ceramic industry, as well as to keep the local industry updated on the industry development worldwide, both in design and in technology. For more information, please visit our website at www.asaki.or.id.

INSA ( Indonesia National Shipowners Association )

INSA (Indonesian National Shipowners' Association) is the association of shipping companies in Indonesia are recognized by the Government based on the Decree of the Minister of Maritime No. DP 10/7/9 dated 6 September 1967 which was confirmed by the Minister of Transportation Decree No. KP.8/AL.308/Phb-89 dated October 28, 1989. INSA was founded on September 6, 1967 with headquarters on Jl. Tanah Abang III No. 10, Jakarta 10160.

INSA has a VISION for infrastructure development, economy, unity and unifying tool unity of the people & country, and the MISSION is to share a national merchant service bamboozle. and the function is to unite. protect and promote the interests of members and direct the business's ability to achieve a common goal, to be masters in their own country. Through a long struggle since its inception, INSA has been trusted to enhance national shipping both in Indonesia and / or on trade between countries.

Kementerian Perhubungan

Duty of Minister of Transportation is to assist the President in performing government duties in the field of transportation.

Function:

  • National policy formulation, policy implementation and technical policies in the field of transportation
  • The implementation of government in the field of transportation
  • Management of properties / assets under the responsibility of the Department of Transportation
  • Supervision and implementation of tasks in the field of transportation
  • Submitting the evaluation report, suggestion and consideration in the field of tasks and functions of the field of transportation to the President

Vision:

  • Realization of the implementation of a reliable transport service, competitive and provide value-added

Mission:

  • Maintaining the level of service facilities and communication facilities
  • Implementing consolidation through restructuring and reform in the field of transportation infrastructure
  • Increasing community access to transportation services
  • Improving the quality of communications services that are reliable and provide added value

Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN)

KADIN stands for ‘Kamar Dagang dan Industri’, or Chamber of Commerce and Industry. It is the umbrella organization of the Indonesian business chambers and associations.

KADIN is focused on all matters relating to trade, industry and services, and is highly committed to tapping potentials and synergies of the national economy, offering a strategic forum for Indonesian entrepreneurs. It is privately financed, hence it is an independent spokesperson of private sector interests.

It is also the only nation-wide business organization mandated by Law No. 1/1987 to speak on behalf of private business, maintaining a privileged liaison to Government Officials and covering all relevant sectors.

33 regional Chambers (KADIN Daerah) and 440 district branches ensure national coverage. Because of this huge network, KADIN Indonesia is the preferred partner for foreign companies initiating their engagement in Indonesia.

Bilateral trade and investment relations are taken care of by currently close to 30 Bilateral Committees (Komite Bilateral).

Asosiasi Logistik dan Forwarder Indonesia/Indonesian Logistic and Forwarders Association (ALFI/ILFA)

ALFI / ILFA (Asosiasi Logistik dan Forwarder Indonesia / Indonesian Logistics and Forwarders Association) is the only association for Logistics Service Providers, Freight Forwarders, Multimodal Transport Operators and Customs Brokers in Indonesia. We are an active member of FIATA (International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations), FAPAA (Federation of Asia Pacific Aircargo Associations), AFFA (ASEAN Federation of Forwarders Associations) and KADIN Indonesia (Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry). ALFI/ILFA also Involved in many working groups discussion including Sislognas (Sistem Logistik Nasional/Indonesia National Logistics Blueprint), ASEAN Transport Working Group, Customs working group and Trade facilitation.

There are more than 2,600 companies members spread all over Indonesia, with 24 Regional Offices across the archipelago to ensure our presence. Our mission is to support the government's policy on national economic development programs, developing freight forwarding services and logistics industry in the country, as well as improving our member professionalism. We strive to be the organization that will give exceptional benefits to our members and be recognized in the nation, region and global.

Association Logistic Indonesia (ALI)

Asosiasi Logistik Indonesia (ALI) is a non-profit organization for the Supply Chain & Logistics professionals in Indonesia. Total number of registered member reached more than 3.000 professional consisting of practitioners, academicians, regulators, and those who have interest in this field.

With vision and mission to bringing conducive atmosphere for Indonesian logistics industries to grow and contribute in developing excellences in human resources, ALI fully supports the establishment of Indonesia Logistics Certification Center and Sembada Pratama - the 1st Supply Chain & Logistics School in Indonesia.

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