Sulzer has extended its global network of service centres with the opening of a new facility in Balikpapan, Indonesia.
When we profiled the North Pacific industrial gases business last year, we noted how in 2018 the region had for the first time in history eclipsed the size of the European market to become the second-largest industrial gas market in the world, at a value of almost $20bn.
Air Liquide Engineering Construction has been selected as a technology licensor by Pertamina, the state-owned national oil gas company of Indonesia.
CPV Manufacturing’s parent company Admiral Valve has appointed Exion Asia (a registered company in Singapore) and Encord (a registered company in Malaysia) as its authorised representatives in the countries of Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Indonesia.
According to The Gas Review, about 50km east of Jakarta in West Java by highway lies the Karawang International Industrial City, where many Japanese automobile manufacturers and other companies have a presence, including IIG Indonesia, the local subsidiary of Iwatani.
Last month, the regional spotlight shined on the North Pacific, where economic growth had averaged at 7.5% per annum (p.a.) over the past decade. In the South Pacific, commendable levels of growth have also been achieved over the same period, averaging at 6.8% p.a.
A mixed outlook has prevailed in South East Asia in recent years, as undoubted growth prospects have been visibly tempered by an uncharacteristically volatile economic landscape in China and the many splintered effects of this on global markets such as commodities.
Tourism and public infrastructure spending funded by development partners still sustain the economies of the South Pacific and while the latter may have slowed slightly in the region in recent times, growth is widely expected to pick-up in the near term as infrastructure spending rises again in most South Pacific ...
Oxymat A/S, a pressure swing adsorption (PSA) generator system supplier, ventured to Indonesia earlier this year to offer extensive products and services training to a local partner in the country.
As explained in the analysis of the South Pacific Rim market in gasworld’s August issue, a mixed outlook currently exists in the Asia-Pacific regions as it picks up the tailwind of China’s much-publicised economic slowdown. This month gasworld explores how the emerging markets of the Southeast Asia are faring in ...
A decidedly mixed market is in progress in the Asia-Pacific region, both economically and in terms of industrial gas drivers/applications. The double-digit growth in China has slowed and the outlook in Japan has been varied for some time; yet many emerging economies in the region still enjoy healthy growth.
Singapore was the perfect backdrop to gasworld’s thirteenth industrial gas conference, and second event in South East Asia. Gas professionals gathered, hungry for information on the drivers for growth and the emerging opportunities the region will offer over the next five years.