Export to UAE


MadeinIndonesia.com works with dozens of partners (Curators) across the world that have extensive experiences in various industries. They act as the hand-holder on strategic sourcing of Indonesian products. These Curators help international buyers source products with ease. Thus, they help improve cross-border digital trade to the next level. They help MadeinIndonesia.com in counselling and advising business players to improve effective sourcing and supply trackability. The professional curators will also act as a mentor to help sellers upgrade their products to the highest standard possible. The idea for the creation of Curators comes out due to the fact that despite digital tech advancement, relations between global sellers and buyers still faces big challenges, one of which is the issue of trust or the lack of it.

The presence of Curators will definitely bridge gaps of specifications of products, packaging et cetera between sellers and buyers and surely increase trust between them and, thus, will ensure beneficial trade. Curators come from different expertise to comply with the need for assessment on product and technical aspect.The Curators may be companies, agencies or professionals, such as CEOs or leaders in the industry, who have expertise in specific field or commodity. They may also be agencies that have extensive knowledge and technical understanding on particular fields.

Particularly for UAE market, Madeinindonesia.com has partnered with ITPC Dubai that will act as the Curator for UAE market. ITPC Dubai will be responsible in ensuring Indonesian sellers and UAE buyers engage in fair and transparent transactions to build mutual trust. Thus, the Curator also has knowledge in quality and legal aspects of each product. For specific assignment, buyers can contact Madeinindonesia.com. All of this facilities come with no charge or free services.


Curator UAE, with supports from many strategic partners, offers quality services that will help Indonesain and foreign business players do trade easier and simpler. Below are some of the quality services:

Permanent Trade Display

Trade promotion activities conducted in a designated place

Market Intelligence

Collecting, processing and analyzing data related to trade

Market Brief

Data and information related to market potential and products


Chance for consultation regarding trade rules and opportunities

Curator Adventage



Helping entrepreneurs in marketing their goods in the ITPC region



Promoting Indonesia export product to international market



Providing information on Indonesian products



Connecting Indonesian entrepreneurs and partners in UAE



Increasing promotional activities and conduct business activities



Doing trade promotion to boost export of non-oil/gas commodities

Trade Regulations

Economists have shown that global trade boosts economic growth with trade liberalization and integration have developed in the last 50 years. While trade must follow several principles agreed upon by the global community, each country sets its own set of regulations that are expected to maximize trade benefits. On this page, you can find trade regulations enforced in Indonesia and UAE. By looking into them and understanding them, we hope Indonesian exporters and UAE buyers alike would not find difficulties or problems when doing trade.

UAE Importers

Located in the tropical region, Indonesia is the largest archipelagic country in the world is blessed and rich with immense natural sources.View Regulations

Indonesian Exporters

In this section you can find a set of regulations on exports in general. When we do trade we must follow several principles.View Regulations

UAE Market Report

The COVID-19 pandemic had a great effect on the UAE economy, with early estimates showing that GDP contracted by 7.7% in 2020. However, despite this turbulence, the UAE’s laudable handling of the pandemic and fiscal and monetary stimulus plans has seen recovery ensue in certain sectors. Business activity has stabilized in Q3 and Q4 2020 as shown in the UAE’s Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI).

Coconut Oil

In 2019, it was estimated that Indonesia produced around 2.83 million tons of coconut. Indonesia is the world's top producer of coconuts. Most of the coconut is grown on the island of Sulawesi.Download Report

Tropical Fruit

Indonesian tropical fruit products are known for good quality and, thus, great taste. With that in mind, the government moves to seriously and intensively make tropical fruits as export commodities.Download Report

Precious Metal

Indonesia had the world’s fifth-largest gold reserves at the end of 2014 at 3,000 tons. Its gold reserves are found mainly in the provinces of Papua, Nusa Tenggara and North Maluku.Download Report

Bag & Suitcase

Although keep dealing with several barriers, the national leather industry still continues to grow. The Indonesia government shows its consistency and commitment.Download Report

Mineral Water

Find the market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for bottled water industry in Indonesia. Grab hidden opportunities in the most current research data available.Download Report


Indonesia is the 4th largest coffee exporter in the world after Brazil, Vietnam and Colombia. The export value of coffee from Indonesia reached 872 million US dollars in 2019.Download Report

Indonesia Market

Despite the current economic situation, the Indonesian government has already taken several initiatives in preparing a better economic situation particularly post-Covid19 pandemic. The steps include fundamental reforms, such as improving the quality of education, health and effective social security to boost the quality of human resources and continue to accelerate infrastructure development through digital infrastructure and logistical efficiency and connectivity.

Dairy Products

According to Nielsen, Indonesia’s dairy industry and dairy products industry is undergoing a boom with market demand rising by over 10% annually for the past ten years due to changing consumer habits.Download Report

Bakery Ingredients

According to the Indonesian Bakery Producers Association (APEBI), the average income growth of the bakery industry is above 10% each year. In 2019, the income of this sector reached US$6 billion approximately.Download Report

Wood Products

Indonesia’s 2020 export target for wood products was projected to be exceeded. Early in 2020 the export target was lowered from US$10 billion to take account of the anticipated disruption of business.Download Report


Although keep dealing with several barriers, the national leather industry still continues to grow. The Indonesia government shows its consistency and commitment.Download Report


Beauty care industry is supported by the development of social media in Indonesia. These mediums are utilized by beauty companies to achieve domestic market share as large as possible.Download Report

Food & Beverage

Indonesian food and beverage industry is expected to grow by around 3 percent in 2020. In the second quarter of 2020, this sector grew by 0.22 percent on an annual basis compared.Download Report



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