INDONESIA- A Developing Nation
India and China were reported to be the leading countries in Asia in the construction industry for the last decade and were the only ones who can compete in the global market. However, Indonesia, one of the archipelagoes in the Asia-pacific region, had accelerated fast in the industry and had been acknowledged by analysts and marketers around the world.
South East Asian countries have developed throughout the years and Indonesia is no exception. Infrastructure industry is attracting investors all over the world due to the creation of housings, buildings, transportation facilities and commercial establishments in the country. Despite of economic fluctuations, political instability and riot within Indonesia, the country has managed to maintain and increase its infrastructure economy. This is largely due to the country’s resources and manpower. The number of contractors classified as large rose from 695 to 1,742 between 2008 and 2013, while the number of medium-sized firms increased from around 10,000 to 21,000, and small-sized firms expanded in number from over 100,000 to 160,000. In 2014, the construction Industry contributes 13% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Heavy equipment such as cranes, tractors, bulldozers, concrete pumps, excavators, etc. are available with various brand selection in various construction companies.