Professional visitors
Joint Exhibition Area
Countries & Regions
Concurrent Conference & Forum
Organizational Structure

Organized by:


Supported and endorsed by:


Ministry of Transportation


Ministry of Industry


ITS Indonesia


CCPIT Shanghai


Shanghai Integrated Service Center for the Development of the Belt and Road

Contact Information

Tel:+86-021-6295 1009
E-mail: chenyuxuan@shanghai-intex.com

Vincent NI:
Tel: +86-21-6295 2137
+86-138 1882 3179
E-mail: nirenwei@shanghai-intex.com

Project Background

New journey of touring exhibition in Asia, we are starting with the outlook from Indonesia railway and urban rail market.

New journey of touring exhibition in Asia, we are starting with the outlook from Indonesia railway and urban rail market.

The future railroad planning network in Southeast Asia

☀ A populous country in Southeast Asia, with stable domestic political situation and increasing infrastructure investment. The implementation of The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) further promotes trade and investment.

Indonesia is an important economic powerhouse in Asia and a member of both ASEAN and the G20. With a population of 270 million (including over 20 million overseas Chinese), Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world, with tremendous market potential. In recent years, the country has enjoyed political stability, ethnic harmony, and strong economic recovery. In 2022, Indonesia’s GDP reached nearly $1.32 trillion, growing by 5.31% compared to the previous year, marking the highest growth rate in nine years. Per capita income has risen to $4,783.9.

The funding requirement for Indonesia’s infrastructure development plan from 2020 to 2024 is $450 billion, with 42% of this funding gap (approximately $190 billion) to be financed through cooperation with domestic and international capital. China has been the largest trading partner of ASEAN since 2009. In January 2010, the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area was fully established. On January 1, 2022, the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) officially took effect. Chinese enterprises enjoy zero tariffs when entering the ASEAN market, and as the largest economy in ASEAN, Indonesia is the preferred choice for Chinese companies to expand into the ASEAN market.

☀ Indonesia has unveiled its National Railway Master Plan 2030, with a massive investment of billions of dollars sparking the rail transportation market.

The Indonesian government emphasizes the importance of integrating urban transportation systems with spatial planning. The country needs multimodal and seamless connectivity, including metro systems, light rail, electric railways, rapid bus transit systems, and other modes of transport. These measures will greatly alleviate congestion in major cities such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Bandung, and their surrounding areas.

Indonesia’s national rail transit projects under construction and pending

Urban Rail Transit Market:

It is projected that by 2030, the Greater Jakarta area (Jabodetabek) will invest up to 571 trillion Indonesian Rupiah (approximately 40.12 billion US dollars) in infrastructure development projects. The Jakarta MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) system, currently spanning 16 kilometers, will expand to 223 kilometers. The Jakarta LRT (Light Rail Transit) system, currently covering 5.8 kilometers, will extend to 116 kilometers. The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) network will expand from covering 431 kilometers to 2,149 kilometers. The Jabodetabek LRT will commence operations in July 2023.

Railroad Market:

According to the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation’s ” Indonesia National Railway Master Plan 2030,” the Indonesian railway projects will implement investments exceeding $88.16 billion by 2030. This substantial fund will be used for constructing light rail systems (in Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, and Bekasi), metro systems, high-speed railways (between Bogor and Surabaya), and a 3,258-kilometer railway network in strategic areas, increasing the number of trains and building new stations. The Indonesian government aims to triple the length of the national railway network through the National Railway Master Plan (RIPNAS), with an expected 11-13% increase in the number of passengers nationwide.

The 2030 National Railway Master Plan covers the Railway development of Sumatra Island, Kalimantan Island, Sulawesi Island, Papua Island, as well as the development of Java Island and Bali Island. It includes the construction of freight and passenger railway markets, with a planned urban railway network of 3800 kilometers. The plan involves 2,839 passenger vehicles, 34,178 passenger carriages, 2475 freight locomotives, and 48,364 freight carriages.

☀ Iconic Projects of Chinese Enterprises - Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway is scheduled to commence operations in August 2023.

The latest progress in the Indonesian railway project comes from the Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway, which spans approximately 142.3 kilometers in length. The Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Railway is expected to commence operations in August 2023.

Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway route map

KCIC Corporation customizes the 400AF type of the Jakarta-Bandung High-Speed Train

Program Planning

Concurrent Dual Exhibitions

Rail+Metro Asia

EDRR Indonesia

Concurrent Conference

The Asian Railway and Urban Rail Transit Summit.

Year-round online communication

“Rail Cloud Academy” online communication platform

Brand recommendation
Media Partners

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Concurrent Events

2023 ASEAN International Railway Conference

To implement the national strategy of “going global” with high-speed rail technology, the ” The Asian Railway and Urban Rail Transit Summit “, jointly organized by the Ministry of Transportation of Indonesia, Shanghai Council for the Promotion of International Trade, and China Local Railway Association, will be grandly held in Indonesia on 19-21, October 2023.

This summit will invite more than 1,000 domestic and foreign railway and urban rail transit industry operators, technology service providers, equipment suppliers, engineering contractors, research institutions/associations/colleges, experts, and scholars in the fields of law/insurance/audit, certification/consulting, etc. The summit will focus on ASEAN countries such as Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, and the Philippines where rail transit is developing rapidly. It will discuss and exchange ideas about new challenges, new technologies, and new opportunities for Chinese enterprises brought by the national strategies of “going global” with high-speed rail technology, as well as the intelligence, standardization, geographical limitations, project management, talent cultivation, and other aspects of international rail transit projects.

Booth Price
Standard Booth:550 $/㎡ (9㎡)
Bare Booth (Indoor):510 $/㎡ (From 18㎡)
Bare Booth (Outdoor):300 $/㎡
Apart from the booth price, any participant company should pay the registration fee for450$
Exhibit Scope

Special Zone for Rolling Stock and Locomotive Accessories:

High-speed EMUs, EMU inspection cars, diesel locomotives, urban rail transit vehicles (metro, light rail, monorail), modern trams, medium-to-high-speed maglev trains, PRT (personal rapid transit) systems, vacuum transportation systems, various new transportation systems and freight locomotives, etc. Components including bogies, braking systems, car bodies, Locomotive doors, coupling systems, ventilation systems, lighting systems, locking systems, wheelsets, lubrication systems, composite materials, insulation materials, adhesives, lubricants, rubber products, sealing materials, control consoles, lights, toilets, seats, air conditioning, escape systems, door systems and accessories, flooring systems, heating systems, monitoring systems, kitchen equipment, etc.

Planning and Design:

Major railway and rail transit design institutes, bidding/drafting/contracting parties, certification agencies, consulting firms, engineering services, geological survey companies, design and engineering consulting general contractors, software system general contractors and subcontractors, geotechnical engineering services, overlying property planning and design, resource management, station planning and design, advertising terminals, etc.

Infrastructure construction and supporting facilities:

Shield tunneling equipment, guidance systems, BIM design software, waterproofing; Railway Switch, new vibration damping products, Sound barriers and New Type of Noise Reduction, new building materials, track maintenance machinery technology and equipment; Civil works construction: underground engineering, civil engineering, power systems, overhead contact system, welding technology, tunnel and bridge construction, etc.; Planning/supervision; Building materials; Rail products; Overhead line equipment, etc.

Communication Signal and Information Technology Zone:

Communication technology, train control system, level crossing system, operation control system, remote control, signal system, grounding device, etc.; Traffic information technology; Data processing; E-commerce systems; Communication systems, infrastructure management, vehicle dispatching systems, etc.

Station facilities and operation maintenance zone:

Equipment manufacturing companies for owners, vehicle depots and station equipment suppliers, simulators, wheelset diagnostic and treatment systems, detection devices, hardware tools, maintenance machinery, measurement equipment; Cleaning devices, vehicle cleaning systems; Commissioning services, vehicle repair/maintenance systems, public service facility systems, etc.

Railway investment and rail operation unit’s zone:

China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. and its subsidiaries, local railway groups, Railway dedicated line; Dedicated freight railway operating groups, Urban rail transit operators (including metros, light rails, monorails, and other transportation systems).

Smart Railway and Urban Rail:

Intelligent railway systems, smart passenger services, smart station construction, intelligent dispatching systems, railway cloud, urban rail cloud systems.

Power supply, electrical and engineering equipment, and facilities:

Integrated monitoring systems, environmental monitoring systems, vehicle systems, traction power supply and drive device systems, etc.

Railway construction achievements, cultural & creative products, and membership exhibition zone:

Co-organizer and cooperative unit member units, cultural & creative products such as railway and urban rail tickets, magnetic cards, smart electronic self-service vending machines, railway photography, artistic work, craft works, etc.



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