Advanced Manufacturing Mission to Indonesia, Singapore, and Japan
Advanced Manufacturing Business Development Mission to Indonesia, Singapore, & Japan
October 17-21, 2022
The Advanced Manufacturing Business Development Mission will assist U.S. producers of advanced manufacturing products and systems to identify export opportunities in Indonesia, Singapore, and Japan. The mission will visit Jakarta, Indonesia; Batam, Indonesia; and Singapore, along with an optional stop in Tokyo, Japan. These markets present excellent opportunities for U.S. companies because of their strength and projected growth in advanced manufacturing, and their strategic location in the Asia Pacific region.
The mission will focus on advanced manufacturing—sometimes called “Smart Manufacturing” or “Industry 4.0” —products and systems. These products and systems increase productivity and quality, reduce energy use, and enable manufacturers to better monitor and interact with their supply chains, which are all essential to promoting manufacturing resiliency and clean technology adoption.
The mission will include group interaction with government agencies and industry experts; promotional opportunities at the Industrial Transformation Asia-Pacific (ITAP) trade show; and customized one-on-one business appointments with pre-screened potential agents, distributors, partners, and buyers.
This mission was developed as part of the Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) grant awarded to the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), which looks to expand U.S. exports of advanced manufacturing solutions through greater participation in relevant technical standards development and greater collaboration with business leaders.
Application deadline has been extended to July 1! Applications received after this date will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Why You Should Join
Participating firms will be able to:
- Gain market insights
- Make industry contacts
- Meet with government agencies
- Solidify business strategies
- Advance specific projects
- Identify and meet potential partners and buyers
- Participate in one of Asia’s leading trade shows for industrial technology
In Indonesia, participating firms will get the opportunity to meet key stakeholders from the seven priority sectors identified for Indonesia’s Industry 4.0; attend networking events with pre-screened potential buyers, agents, distributors, and/or joint venture partners; and tour manufacturing facilities to identify first-hand opportunities to apply advanced manufacturing solutions.
In Singapore, the firms will participate in one of Asia’s leading Industry 4.0 trade shows - Industrial Transformation Asia-Pacific (ITAP), a Hannover Messe Event; and attend customized one-on-one matchmaking with pre-screened potential buyers, agents, distributors, and/or joint venture partners. For a separate fee, booth packages will be available for those interested in exhibiting at ITAP.
For an additional fee, firms can receive ITA’s Gold Key Service in Japan, where participants would attend customized one-on-one matchmaking with pre-screened potential buyers, agents, distributors, and/or joint venture partners, and attend the final day of the annual CEATEC trade show.
Apply now! Limited spaces available. The deadline for applications is July 1, 2022. Applications received after this date will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
How to Apply
Applications due July 1, 2022, applications received after this date will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Applying is indication of your interest to participate in the mission. No fees are due at the time of registering your intent to join the mission. Once you are invited to join the mission, payment of mission fees and signed participation agreement will then be due to participate in the mission.
Advanced manufacturing—sometimes called “Smart Manufacturing” or “Industry 4.0” — products and systems. These products and systems increase productivity and quality, reduce energy use, and enable manufacturers to better monitor and interact with their supply chains, which are all essential to promoting manufacturing resiliency and clean technology adoption. Targeted subsectors include:
- Industrial machinery
- Electrical components
- Industrial automation technology
- Industrial controls and process controls
- Industrial robot technologies
- Sensors and metrology software and equipment
- Human machine interfaces (HMIs)
- Programmable logic controllers (PLCs)
- Automation and robotics software solutions and engineering services
|Monday, October 17||
Full day in-person events in Jakarta, including market briefing, company pitches, networking lunch, one-on-one matchmaking, evening reception
|Tuesday, October 18
Travel to Batam, Indonesia and visit manufacturing facilities at the Batam Industrial Estate
- Participants may travel directly to Singapore to participate in Industrial Transformation Asia-Pacific (ITAP) trade show
|Wednesday, October 19
Ferry to Singapore, market briefing, one-on-one matchmaking meetings, participate in ITAP trade show, networking reception
|Thursday, October 20
Standards roundtable, participate in ITAP show
- Participants may travel to Tokyo, Japan for optional event
|Friday, October 21
Return to U.S. from Singapore
- Participants may attend industry briefing and one-on-one matchmaking in Tokyo
|For small or medium-sized enterprises* and Economic development Organizations (EDOs)||$3,950|
|For large firms||$5,950|
|Each additional representative with a limit of 2 per participating company||$1,000|
|Optional add on: Gold Key Service in Japan|
|For small firms* and EDOs||$950|
|For medium-size firms*||$2,300|
|For large firms||$3,400|
Expenses for travel, lodging, meals, and incidentals will be the responsibility of each mission participant.
State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grants may be available for your state. Learn about STEP Grants.
*For purposes of assessing participation fees, an applicant is a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) if it qualifies under the the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) size standards, which vary by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) Code, or it has less than $1 billion in annual revenue (including affiliates: parent, child, subsidiaries, divisions, etc.). The SBA Size Standards Tool can help you determine the qualifications that apply to your company.
Sr. International Trade Specialist
Email Eve Lerman
Sr. International Trade Specialist
Email Dusan Marinkovic