Indonesia bags and wallets sourcing report highlights eco-friendly, contemporary designs
Online report features 18 export suppliers offering shoulder bags, backpacks, totes, messenger bags, clutch bags and wallets, plus details on product pricing and supply market trends.
The online report offers import buyers websites of 18 verified export suppliers and profiles shoulder bags, backpacks, totes, messenger bags, clutch bags and wallets. It also features an overview of the industry, new product features, price guides and export data. A PDF of the report is available to download for free online.
Modern designs made of natural materials
Indonesia suppliers are using natural materials and traditional Indonesia prints to create casual, everyday bags and wallets.
Companies use sustainable materials such as rattan and seagrass to cater to the demand for environment-friendly products. These materials are mixed with leather, canvas and batik textiles to produce a modern design that still captures the unique Indonesia style.
“Bags and wallets exporters will continue to use sustainable materials such as seagrass and rattan to showcase Indonesia’s artistry,” said Rico Dwi Nugrahatama, export consultant of the Hinrich Foundation. “Today’s trends are typically a combination of leather and rattan or textiles. Paper fabrics are also used for the decoupage on shoulder bags and clutch bags.”
Popular colors are a mix of neutral and vivid colors such as yellow, purple, red and blue. Embellishments are mostly created through intricate embroidery, beads, chains and studs.
Suppliers and products
Founded in 1970, Manding from Yogyakarta offers bags and wallets made of leather, rattan and textile. Its selection includes shoulder bags, satchels and wallets.
Cordelia, also based in Yogyakarta, has been manufacturing bags and wallets since 2000. The company uses leather to create shoulder bags, messenger bags and wallets in natural tones.
Established in 2012, Gendhis in Yogyakarta province specializes in leather, rattan and textile clutch bags, shoulder bags and handbags.In addition to Manding, Cordelia and Gendhis, suppliers featured in the report are:
– Abekani, Yogyakarta: Bags and wallets made of rattan.
– Andjani, Central Java: Leather bags.
– Asbarada, Yogyakarta: Bags made of leather and textile.
– Bali Ayu Craft, Bali: Bags made of leather and textile.
– Bebo Indonesia, Jakarta: Bags and wallets made of leather and textile.
– Budivis, Bali: Bags made of rattan, leather and textile.
– Dewa Export Product, Bali: Bags made of rattan and leather.
– Keys, Yogyakarta: Bags made of leather and textile.
– Manggar Natural, Yogyakarta: Bags made of leather and textile.
– Scano Exotic, Jakarta: Leather bags and wallets.
– Tara Bags, West Java: Bags made of leather and textile.
– Tas Batik Jogja, Yogyakarta: Textile bags.
– TKP Leather, Yogyakarta: Leather bags.
– Troyee Bags, Jakarta: Bags made of leather and textile.
– Vie Vie Shop, Bali: Bags made of rattan, leather and textile.
The report further shows:
– Bag exports reached $363.1 million in 2017, according to the DESA/UNSD, United Nations Comtrade database.
– There are about 1,000 suppliers of bags and wallets in Indonesia.
– A third of suppliers intend to keep prices at current levels in the coming months to retain clients and attract new buyers.
Indonesia Sourcing: Bags and wallets is one of a series of online Sourcing Reports covering emerging Asia supply markets. A full version of the report can be viewed here.
Other related Sourcing Reports available available on the New Sourcing Markets website are: Bags, Vietnam; and Bags and wallets, Laos. The site also offers sourcing reports on other products and suppliers from India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.Download the report