25-page report features suppliers of export-ready wooden home decor, crafts & furniture

JAKARTA, Indonesia – The Hinrich Foundation released the Wood craftsmanship: Indonesia, a 25-page report featuring exporters of wooden home decor, crafts and furniture.

Wood craftsmanship: Indonesia gives insight into the capability of Indonesia suppliers to use wood creatively in various products. It is to raise buyers‘ awareness of the talent here and connect them with suppliers as they source wooden products in Indonesia.

The free downloadable report gives information on:

The Indonesia advantage: Raw material variety, timber legality certification and traditional craftsmanship are the factors that differentiate the Indonesia wooden products in the global market.

Innovative products & suppliers: Exporters that offer unique crafts, home decor and furniture made of teak, mahogany, pine and other types of wood.

Sector support: Initiatives of the government and other organizations to help the industry grow.

The Hinrich Foundation interviewed industry sources for this special report, including: Nur Achmad Affandi, former chairman for the Yogyakarta Chamber of Commerce; and Indriatmo Bambang, secretary of the Department of Industry and Trade in Semarang province.

Wood craftsmanship: Indonesia

To help buyers new to Indonesia sourcing, the Hinrich Foundation also offers the free e-book Sourcing from Indonesia, which provides an overview of the industries and products available in the country. Buyers will also learn how to find and evaluate reliable suppliers, what the available banking options and common methods of payment are, and steps to avoid or settle trade disputes.

The New Sourcing Markets website offers sourcing reports on other products and suppliers from India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.

Download the report