Notice of Tyre&Rubber Indonesia 2021 Re-Postponement due to Covid-19 Development

    As a result of the continuous instability which is confronting the world in the light of COVID-19 pandemic, GEM Indonesia takes it seriously that it is our obligation to guarantee the event to take place under the best excellent conditions.

    GEM Indonesia decided to re-schedule the 9th edition of Tyre&Rubber Indonesia 2021. New date will be held on August 25 – 27, 2021 at JIExpo Kemayoran Jakarta.

    However, to cope with the needs of interaction between suppliers and customers, GEM is committed to hold the Virtual Exhibition which will be held on March 24 – 25, 2021. The exhibitors can meet, connecting with buyers and stay ahead for automotive industries through new era called digital platform.

    We sincerely apologies for any inconvenience of the rescheduling which may have caused and we like to thank you for your patience and support.

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    The 9th Edition of Tyre & Rubber Indonesia 2021

     JIExpo Kemayoran, Jakarta – Indonesia 

    It is very unfortunate for all of us that we must hold back the exhibitions because of the covid-19 pandemic but the good news comes from Covid-19 vaccines implemented where Indonesia Government will give the vaccines for free. It is very positive because it is expected to improve conditions, especially the economy.

    Entering the 9th  year, Tyre & Rubber Indonesia 2021 is the only dedicated international exhibition focusing on tyre, wheels, tube tyre accessories, automotive rubber, rubber material, chemical, machinery and supporting industies. The show will be held on August 25 – 27, 2021 at JIEXPO Kemayoran, Jakarta – Indonesia, as a B to B platform, Tyre & Rubber Indonesia strives to deliver the best experience for everyone seeking to know and explore the huge Indonesian Tyre market and to be the first to find the latest high-quality tyre.

    Offline exhibitions are expected to be held, so that companies can demonstrate their existence and be able to express and market the advantages of their latest products and innovations directly. It is hoped that through the exhibition will become a momentum for the revival of the promotion and rebuild branding that fell due to pandemics. And August 2021 will become the perfect timing for us to hold the event offline.

    Record of Success

    Show Name             : Tyre & Rubber Indonesia 2021 – The 9th Indonesia International tyre, Rubber and Wheel Industry Exhibition 2021.

    Show Date                : 25 – 27 August 2021

    Frequency                : Annually.

    Venue                        : JI Expo Kemayoran Jakarta – Indonesia.

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    Tyre & Rubber Indonesia 2021 will take a place at Jakarta International Expo. A perfect place for exhibition in a venue built to international standard. Only 30 minutes away from Jakarta’s CBD, half an hour away from Soekarno – Hatta International Airport, 20 minutes away from Gambir train station, 5 minutes away from five stars hotels and leading restaurants, and 2 minutes from Kemayoran highway.

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    Applying For Visas Before Arrival.
    Citizens of countries not included on a Visa-Free or Visa-On-Arrival (VOA) list must apply for a visa overseas before arriving in Indonesia. Citizens of any country wishing to stay more than 30 days must also apply for an appropriate visa at the their nearest Indonesian Embassy or Consulate before traveling to Indonesia.

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    For the objectives of the shipment and customs clearance of goods to be exhibited at the Exhibition, we have appointed freight forwarders to support your company.

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    We have provided event contractor to help you build your own event space concept.

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    Our hotel partners ready to warm welcome you to stay at their hotel. We have prepare hotels to make sure you feel comfort rest.

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