Indonesia seen as a way of escape for shippers from the China-US trade war

November 9, 2018 Gavin van Marle

Taiwan-based 3PL Dimerco has turned to Indonesia to combat US-China trade war challenges.
The company is helping customers around restrictions resulting from the trade war by “leveraging its strong presence in Indonesia”, especially at the Batam free trade zone (FTZ).
“The FTZ is proving a useful alternative for Taiwan-based companies,” Dimerco said. “Batam is a strategic area in South-east Asia where companies can outsource the production of 4G smartphones, with more reliable ...

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