Sustainability in Indonesia’s Manufacturing Industry


The topic of sustainability has grown in importance over the years in many sectors and industries. In the manufacturing sector, creating a sustainable manufacturing can start by optimising the whole manufacturing process to minimise negative environmental impacts. The overall objective is to enhance the whole product cycle and to improve the lifecycle of manufacturing schemes, products, and services. Yet, real sustainability is more than energy efficiency and minimising environmental impacts: As a manufacturer, adopting to sustainable models can also significantly increase the safety of your factory or facility, enhance the wellbeing of your staff, and improve the quality of your products. It is a complete cycle that will benefit your organization.

The webinar was successfully held on on Thursday, 21 April 2022 | 2:00 PM (WIB/GMT+7), to discuss further how Indonesia’s manufacturing sector is adapting within the context of sustainability, followed by case studies by the industry thought leaders and key-players. Attendees will gain insights into the following:

  • The global sustainability trends
  • How sustainability practices emerged in Indonesia’s manufacturing sector, especially in the automotive & plastics industry
  • Best practices to shift business mindset and adapt to the sustainability agenda
  • Sustainability to boost efficiency and gain customers’ trust


  • Automotive and supply industries
  • Building and construction
  • Defense industries
  • Electrical and electronics engineering
  • Engineering, contracting manufacturing and turnkey projects
  • Fine mechanics and optics
  • Ironware and pressed metal industries
  • IT and telecommunications electrical
  • Machine and apparatus construction
  • Manufacturing and processing
  • Metal components and products manufacturing
  • Metalworking, turning, and milling shops
  • Mould and die
  • Motor and vehicles
  • Pipe and wire machining and working plants
  • Plastics, rubber & petrochemical


Welcome and Introductions

Kartina Lydiawati


Event & Marketing Communications Manager
PT. Pamerindo Indonesia

Tune in, sit tight, and get yourself comfortable. Hosted by PT Pamerindo Indonesia, we will introduce you to the speakers and the webinar agenda.


Dimitris Kostianis Managing Director Asia of PZ Cussons and Board Member of BritCham Indonesia

Dimitris Kostianis

Managing Director Asia of PZ Cussons and Board Member of BritCham Indonesia

Highlight Points:

The implementation of the sustainability program at PZ Cusson has the aim to protecting consumers’ lives, preventing harm and eliminating waste, taking into account various important elements in the sustainability program including: human resources, the environment, and local communities.

Kukuh Kumara Secretary General of Indonesia Automotive Manufacturers Association (GAIKINDO)

Kukuh Kumara

Secretary General of Indonesia Automotive Manufacturers Association (GAIKINDO)


  • Texas A&M University, College Station, U.S.A.
    Ph.D. degree majoring in Agricultural Education and management as a supporting field
  • Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, U.S.A.
    Master degree in Vocational Education
  • 1993 – 2005: General Motors Indonesia
  • 2005 – present: Part-time lecturer at College of Fisheries, Jakarta
  • 2016 – present: GAIKINDO – The Indonesian Automotive Manufacturer Association

Highlight Points:

  • Describes the experience of how the automotive industry can stay afloat during a pandemic.
  • Explaining the automotive industry in Indonesia which is in the early stages of business expansion and how they implement sustainability in the automotive world.
  • Explain the effect of tax reductions in the automotive industry on increasing demand.
  • Describe the plan to reduce gas emissions in the automotive industry in Indonesia.
Wilson Pandhika Secretary General of Indonesian Plastics Recyclers (IPR)

Wilson Pandhika

Secretary General of Indonesian Plastics Recyclers (IPR)

Highlight Points:

Plastic is more present in our daily lives now more than ever. Its extensive usage in the manufacturing sector also contributes to improved efficiency and cost savings. However, if not handled properly, its waste can lead to vast ecological issues. This session will discuss several examples of best practices in the industry, and how they can play a part in the shift towards the Circular Economy.

Edi Riva’i

Director of Legal, External Affairs & Circular Economy of PT. Chandra Asri Petrochemical, TBK


Edi Riva’i has worked in the petrochemical industry sector for over 25 years. He has extensive knowledge on plastic business, product development and sustainability through circular economy implementation. As the Directorate PT. Chandra Asri Petrochemical Tbk., he works closely with stakeholder such as local and national government, industrial association and foundations to creating circular economy ecosystem in Indonesia. In addition to this, he is the Deputy Chairman for Chemical, Pharmacy and Textile Industry Standing Committee of Indonesia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN), the Chairman of Responsible Care Indonesia (RCI), the Director Sustainable Business of Indonesia Aromatics, Polyolefins and Plastics Industry Association (INAPLAS), the Steering Board Member of Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP), also the PISCES Advisory Board Member of Brunel University.

Highlight Points:

Indonesia has an unmanaged waste problem until make overcapacity landfills, even leakage to the waterway. Plastic was considered as the root cause of the problem. In fact, Indonesia’s plastic consumption per capita is still very lagging compared to other countries. In the presentation, Chandra Asri will be presenting about the economy circular implementation to support industry sustainability through waste management, especially plastics.


Fanky Christian Regional Chairman APTIKNAS for Jakarta

Fanky Christian

Regional Chairman APTIKNAS for Jakarta


Fanky Christian’s experiences in IT industry since 1997, established system integrator IT business since 2005 (Daya Cipta Mandiri Group) focuses on data center, cloud, and monitoring. Became APTIKNAS founder and selected as regional chairman for Jakarta area in 2017. Focus on helping companies, government-related to industry 4.0 and smart factory education and implementation since 2018.



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Webinar Sponsored by:
Official Association Partners:
Official Media Partner:
Mitsubishi Electric Indonesia
Ultra Komunindo Makmur Bersama
APTIKNAS (Asosiasi Pengusaha TIK Nasional)
Indonesian Plastics Recyclers (IPR)
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