Asia’s largest tropical forest
Indonesia is the world’s third-largest tropical rainforest, after Brazil and the Democratic Republic of Congo. This is in line with the fact that many types of wood used for furniture are from tropical forests.
In addition to the relation of the giant economies of China and India, Indonesia’s strategic location is the perfect place for growth in the industry
The high domestic consumption of logs is driven by the use of the pulp and paper industry and furniture production in particular, by domestic industries. Indonesia also ranks high in furniture exporting.
Central Java is home to furniture manufacturing districts, namely Semarang, Jepara, and Solo. With all its potential, facilities, and geographical advantages, Central Java has an enormous economic potential.
According to data from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Indonesia boasts high-quality raw material resources for wood processing and forestry products, as the country is home to 68.8 million hectares of production forests.
OUT OF INDONESIA'S TOTAL
LAND SURFACE ARE FORESTED LAND
91.0 million hectares of 171.9 million hectares
FURNITURE MANUFACTURED IN INDONESIA
ARE MADE FROM WOOD
the rest are made from panel, rattan, bamboo, plastic and metals
OF GLOBAL RAW RATTAN
MATERIALS ARE PRODUCED FROM
COORDINATES: GANTI JADI AREA: 32,801 KM2
CAPITAL CITY: SEMARANG
NEAREST AIRPORT: JENDERAL AHMAD YANI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
NEAREST RAILWAY STATION: SEMARANG TAWANG RAILWAY STATION
LANGUAGE: INDONESIAN, JAVANESE
TIMEZONE: GMT +7
SEMARANG CALLING CODE: +62 24
CURRENCY: INDONESIAN RUPIAH (RP/IDR)
Central Java is considered the heart of Indonesia’s furniture production and is the rising start of Indonesia.
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