Thursday, 04 September 2014 00:00

November 24-28, 2014: Industrial Estate Field Visits to Germany for Capacity Building of Government of Indonesia – a joint approach from Ministry of Industry, PAKLIM, SFF Technology Transfer and BMUB Green Chiller Project

As part of cooperation between GIZ PAKLIM and Ministry of Industry, and as part of efforts to increase awareness of Government of Indonesia and capacity to develop a national approach towards greening industrial estates (IE) in Indonesia, GIZ PAKLIM WA 3 in cooperation with SFF Technology Transfer and BMUB Green Chiller projects, intends to organise a 6-days field visit on 24th – 28th November 2014 to Germany, to increase their understanding on the overall concept of sustainable industrial estate, how the 3rd phase of IE can be developed in Indonesia and what challenges need to be overcome. 11 participants from Indonesian Government officials including central government from Ministry of Industry and Ministry of Home Affairs, and also local government from BAPPEDA, Tanggamus Regency, Sumatera, will have their opportunity to visit several industries and industrial estates including Arcelor Mittal at Eisenhouttenstadt, Chemiepark (Chemical focused industry-industrial estate) at Bitterfeld Wolfen, and Hamburg Port – one of the largest sea ports in the world. This study trip will act as a forum to exchange experiences and views toward development of eco-industrial estate in Indonesia through a mutual learning experience between Indonesian and German officials. Furthermore, not only to visit and meet with the industrial estate managements and learn from their experience and methodology of monitoring and communicating with the tenants; this trip will also visit GIZ office at Berlin and having roundtable discussion with GIZ representatives for getting international experiences, i.e. showcases of public-private partnerships or industrial estate-related projects worldwide. This event is by invitation only. Call (+62) 21 708 52220 or e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.