Indonesia gift packaging report highlights diverse, eco-friendly materials
Online report features 18 export suppliers offering gift bags, boxes and wrappers, plus details on product pricing and supply market trends
The online report offers import buyers websites of 18 verified exporter suppliers and profiles gift bags, boxes and wrappers. 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.
Report highlights wide material selection
Gift packaging makers from Indonesia offer gift bags, wrappers, boxes and other types of packaging items in a wide variety of materials and designs.
With Indonesia being the ninth largest producer of paper and pulp in the world, majority of suppliers offer gift packaging made of these materials. Products in rattan, abaca, bamboo, pandan, mendong grass, leather and aluminum, which are found within the country, are also available.
In terms of design, producers offer plain, themed and customizable gift packaging. Popular motifs are batik and nature-inspired patterns, while common embellishments include ribbons, lace and metal accents.
To attract eco-conscious buyers, Indonesia gift packaging makers will continue to use natural materials, including recycled paper, coconut leaves, newsprints and sandpaper in new releases. Models combining different materials and featuring unique shapes will also be popular in upcoming months.
“Indonesia suppliers are innovating gift packaging products through the use of natural and recyclable materials,” said Emerela Puspita, export consultant for the Hinrich Foundation. “This is not only to appeal to environmentally conscious buyers but to also continue to spread awareness on the importance of sustainable and eco-friendly products.”
Suppliers and products
Batik 76 in Jakarta offers gift packaging with batik prints. Established in 2014, the company offers paper bags, boxes and cards.
Sanggar Peni, which has been in business since 1989, produces batik-printed gift and storage boxes. The company is based in Yogyakarta.
Established in 1997, West Java-based UD Kemajuan offers gift boxes and paper bags. Models feature both plain and printed styles.
In addition to Batik 76, Sanggar Peni and UD Kemajuan, suppliers featured in the report are:
– CV Yogyakartas, Yogyakarta: Paper bags and boxes for gifts and food.
– Jogja Gift Box, Yogyakarta: Gift boxes, gift bags and wedding packaging.
– Jogja Handycraft, Yogyakarta: Printed gift boxes, ring boxes and gift bags.
– Jorajona Craft, Jakarta: Wooden boxes and home accessories.
– Kado Kado, West Java: Paper bags, boxes and wrappers.
– Kaifa Craft, West Java: Themed gift baskets and single and multilayer boxes.
– Kertas Bungkus, Jakarta: Gift wrappers.
– Lealta Design, Jakarta: Gift bags, boxes and wrapping paper.
– Omah Craft, Yogyakarta: Leather gift boxes and organizers.
– Paragon International, Yogyakarta: Wooden gift boxes and home accessories.
– PT Kapasari, East Java: Gift bags and paper packaging.
– Raq Craft, West Java: Boxes for gifts, pastry and jewelry.
– Rizky Vinyl Craft, Yogyakarta: Leather gift boxes and organizers.
– Selaras Mandiri, Jakarta: Paper bags and boxes for gifts and storage.
– Uwitan, Yogyakarta: Wooden boxes and storage items.
The report further shows:
– Indonesia exported $251.5 million worth of paper and wooden packaging in 2016.
– The US was the top importer of packaging in the same period. The other key markets were Australia, Vietnam, Japan and Singapore.
– Most suppliers will be raising prices in the next six months. Companies increasing their quotes will cap adjustments at 10 percent.
Indonesia Sourcing: Gift packaging 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: Gift packaging, Vietnam; and Gifts & premiums, Philippines. The site also offers sourcing reports on other products and suppliers from India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.Download the report