Indonesia basketware sourcing report highlights environment-friendly, multifunction products
Online report features 15 export suppliers offering garden baskets, hampers, serving trays and storage baskets, plus details on product pricing and supply market trends
The online report includes websites of 15 verified exporter suppliers, along with sample products and full company information. The report also profiles garden baskets, hampers, serving trays and storage baskets and features an industry overview, new product features, price guides and export data. PDFs of each section are available to download for free online.
Report highlights eco-friendly, multipurpose products
Many basketware suppliers in Indonesia are expanding their environment-friendly selections. In addition to rattan, makers are using pandan, mendong, water hyacinth, bamboo and other sustainable materials, which are available throughout the country. Some companies are also using natural dyes extracted from plants such as turmeric and morinda.
Basketware makers are offering multifunction models such as bicycle baskets that can double as shopping baskets. These models, which can be strapped to the front of a bicycle, come with a foldable handle that allows them to function as shopping baskets once unstrapped from the bicycle.
“Multifunction, space-saving baskets that can be used as décor are new models from basketware suppliers in Indonesia,” said Emerela Puspita, Hinrich Foundation’s export consultant for Indonesia. “These baskets will feature natural materials such as rattan and organic dyes to cater to the growing demand for eco-friendly products. Black is also expected to be in-demand, particularly from buyers in Europe.”
Suppliers and products
Wira Multi Agung is one of the featured suppliers in the report. Based in Banten province, the company offers handcrafted baskets made of rattan and bamboo. Its selection includes animal-shaped storage baskets and crib-shaped gift baskets in pastel colors. The company, which was established in 2005, also offers hampers, garden baskets, pet baskets and trays.
Another company, Jakarta-based PT Tanamas Industry Comunitas, offers basketware made of pandan, water hyacinth, bamboo, rattan and banana leaf. One of its products is a two-piece set of handwoven laundry baskets made of banana leaf. The firm has been producing trays, hampers and multipurpose storage baskets since 1972.
In addition to Wira Multi Agung and PT Tanamas Industry Comunitas, suppliers featured in the report are:
– CV Indorattan, West Java: Natural rattan storage baskets, laundry baskets and bread baskets.
– CV Java Wicker, West Java: Natural rattan and pandan log baskets, storage boxes and plant baskets.
– CV Selo Agro, Banten: Natural rattan laundry baskets, trays, gift baskets and storage boxes.
– Home Fashions, West Java: Natural rattan trays, open picnic baskets, tissue boxes and plant baskets.
– Indonesia Design Creation, Central Java: Natural rattan open baskets and laundry baskets with lining.
– Nancy Citra Fantasi PT, Jakarta: Natural rattan and banana bark trays, hampers and baskets for magazines, plants and fruits.
– Pringsewu, Yogyakarta: Rattan storage baskets, bamboo laundry baskets and fruit baskets.
– PT Cahaya Agung Abadi, Jakarta: Storage baskets combining natural rattan and abaca, and synthetic rattan baskets.
– PT Indigo Mandiri Sejahtera, West Java: Natural rattan laundry baskets and two-tier wicker baskets.
– PT Wirasindo Santakarya, West Java: Natural and synthetic rattan storage baskets, tissue boxes and laundry baskets.
– Rigen Craft Karya Utama, Yogyakarta: Storage baskets made of banana leaves, raffia and seagrass.
– Sanggaya Indocraft, Banten: Natural rattan laundry baskets, lidded picnic hampers, wine baskets, bread or cutlery baskets and bicycle baskets.
– Wanda Rattan, West Java: Rattan wicker trays, gift baskets, laundry baskets and storage baskets.
The report further shows:
– Indonesia is one of the world’s top producers of basket and wicker products, ranking third in 2015 after China and Vietnam, based on data from the DESA/UNSD, United Nations Comtrade database.
– In the 11 months ending November 2016, Indonesia exported approximately $57.4 million worth of basketware and wickerwork, up 3 percent from the same period in 2015, according to Badan Pusat Statistik (BPS-Statistics Indonesia).
– The country is the leading producer of rattan, accounting for about 80 percent of the global supply.
Indonesia Sourcing Report: Basketware 2017 is one of a series of online Sourcing Reports covering emerging Asia supply markets. A full version of the report can be viewed online here.
Sourcing from Indonesia buyer’s guide
To help buyers new to Indonesia sourcing, the Hinrich Foundation has prepared a guide that provides an overview of the industries and products available.
Buyers will also learn how to find and evaluate reliable suppliers, available banking options, common methods of payment, shipping details and steps to avoid or settle trade disputes.