Sustainable Innovative Transport Solutions: Opportunities and Challenges for Cooperation and Investment
EuroCham participated in Business Roundtable and Dialogue with the European Commissioner for Transport, H.E. Violeta Bulc, on Friday, 29 September 2017. The discussion highlighted topic on “Sustainable Innovative Transport Solutions - Opportunities and Challenges for Cooperation and Investment”. Speakers of the first panel session were Mr. Adrianto Djokosoetono (Chairman of Permanent Committee for Land Transport of KADIN) and Mr. Mathias Ruebke (Head of EuroCham Transport and Logistics Working Group), who also provided speeches on EU-Indonesia cooperation opportunities and challenges from the perspective of both Indonesia and European business communities. This session was moderated by Dr. Francesca Medda (Professor in Infrastructure and Transport Studies, University College London).
H.E. Violeta Bulc provided a keynote speech on Sustainable Innovative Transport Solutions, which was followed by a panel discussion about women's role in the transportation sector. The panel was moderated by Ms. Mari Elka Pangestu (Senior Fellow of Centre for Strategic and International Studies). In this session Ms. Violeta Bulc was accompanied by other panelists Ms. Liana Trisnawati (President Director of PT Terminal Borneo Indonesia), Ms. Eka Sari Soerbakti (President Director of PT Lorena Karina, Ms. Noni Purnomo (President Director of Blue Bird Group, and Mr. Irma Djohan (CFO of Bali International Flight Academy).
The Cosmetics Working Group held their internal meeting after doing several consultations with the Government. Held at EuroCham office on 29 September 2017, the working group shared and discussed the results of the consultation meetings done with Government Officials and also discussed on follow up action which can be taken. In addition to advocacy, there was also a short discussion regarding the working group strategy to increase numbers of its members. Aside than discussing on those issues, the working group also discussed on issues to be included at the sectoral position paper.