Meeting Suppliers and Agents in Indonesia

On a recent trip to Indonesia, our company Founder & Chairman, Mr Robert Akira Bell & Co-Founder, Miss Tetyana Kolyesnikova, had the chance to oversee the loading of our products, meet with new suppliers and our representative agents working on behalf of Eurasia Intercontinental Trading.

The economy of Indonesia is mainly based on agriculture and oil. Approximately 90% of the population is engaged in agriculture. In the agricultural sector, Indonesia has become self sufficient in rice and does not need to import this staple food as it had for years.


However, one of most promising areas for import trade were identified as the agricultural trade of wheat, corn, egg powder, wheat flour and fresh fruits.


For exports, Indonesia has generous natural resources, including crude oil, natural gas, tin, copper, and gold. Major exports included oil and gas, coal, electrical appliances, wood, plywood, rubber and textiles.


Eurasia Intercontinental Trading have been able to add the following products to their portfolio;

  • Coal

  • Charcoal (Hardwood Charcoal, Shisha Charcoal, Coconut Steel Charcoal)

  • Wood (Red Meranti, Snokling, Buara, Amara and Linggua)

  • Secondary Aluminium Bars (85% to 95%)

  • Scrap Metals (Copper Cathode, Aluminium Can Alloys and HMS1/2)


Vice Governor of East Java, Mr Gus Ipul with Miss Tetyana Kolyesnikova and Mr Robert Akira Bell


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