Note: The above statistics are unofficial estimates.
* Negligible amounts, if any
In addition to the figures listed above for the imports from the U.S., a considerable
amount of indirect imports enter Indonesia through Singapore. Several U.S.
manufacturers such as ATI, Cisco, Hewlett Packard, Intel, Maxtor, Seagate, and Sun
have manufacturing plants in Asian countries from which products indirectly enter the
Indonesian market through intra-Asia distribution channels.
Indonesia’s computer market has a positive outlook for 2007. Total PC sales in 2007
are expected to reach 2.0 million units or about $1.4 billion in value, a 20 percent
increase from 2006. Private companies are the main PC consumers, accounting for 71
percent of sales. Governments took a 17 percent share, followed by individual
consumers at 9 percent and 3 percent for the educational sector.
Imports dominate the Indonesian PC market, with HP, Compaq, Acer, IBM, Dell and
Toshiba the leaders. While locally assembled PCs from imported components, such as
Zyrex, Mugen, Wearnes, Access, Indopc, dominated the non-business market, with
about 65 percent market share in 2006, this figure has remained stable in recent years,
reflecting improving quality. The top six brands account for 32 percent of the market, led
by Compaq, Acer, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Zyrex and Mugen. Most of the local PC
brands use imported components such as: Intel based processors (assembled in
Malaysia); Memories/DRAM from Korea, Taiwan, Japan and the U.S.; motherboards,
mice keyboards and peripheral cards mainly from Taiwan and China.
An increasing number of ultra lightweight notebooks have recently emerged in the
Indonesian market as the most coveted travel companions. This type of notebook is
mostly use by corporate executives as they tend to travel more frequently and want
lighter computers. Several local notebook vendors indicated that prospects for the
notebooks market look good in the next three years.
Storage products are predicted to have a 40 percent gain in Asia Pacific, including
Indonesia. American brands such as HP, EMC and IBM are leading players in the
storage market, followed by HDS (Hitachi) of Japanese. Other US players also strong in
this market include Sun Microsystems and Dell.
Indonesia’s Computer market offers great potential for US companies. PC’s and Internet
Servers and associated equipment offer the best prospects.
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