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Revolutionising Indonesian Trade with INSW 2.0

This year, the Indonesian government is enhancing its export and import services by launching the new INSW 2.0, which utilises an integrated administration system. This upgraded system harnesses the power of an integrated administration system, promising to propel the nation towards greater prosperity.

INSW 2.0 in Indonesia for export and import refers to the Inaportnet Single Window 2.0. It is an electronic system that integrates administrative and documentation processes related to export and import in Indonesia. Inaportnet Single Window aims to enhance efficiency, transparency, and speed in international trade processes by integrating multiple administrative procedures into a single integrated platform.

Version 2.0 is likely an improvement or update from the previous system. Previously, INSW 1.0 was established in 2010 and managed by the National Single Window Agency (LNSW). It has shown excellent results in improving the national logistics system. It can be seen from the dwelling time figures, which were 4.06 days in 2017 and have steadily improved to 2.84 days in 2022. The latest INSW 2.0 is expected to assist further and facilitate trade in Indonesia for imports and exports.

Coordinating Minister for Economic Affairs, Airlangga Hartanto, explained that the Indonesian economy has grown above 5% for six consecutive quarters. In the first quarter of 2023, the Indonesian economy recorded a growth rate of 5.03% (YoY).

Furthermore, he mentioned that domestic consumption, investment, and export performance drive the growth rate. The export performance also contributes significantly to the shine of Indonesia’s Trade Balance’s (Neraca Perdagangan Indonesia/NPI) performance, which has experienced a surplus for 36 consecutive months since May 2020. The latest report for April 2023 showcased the continuation of this positive trend, with the Trade Balance recording a substantial surplus amounting to $3.94 billion.

These achievements affirm the nation’s international trade prowess and underscore its resilience amidst global economic fluctuations. Furthermore, they serve as a testament to Indonesia’s competitiveness and ability to foster sustainable growth through strategic trade policies and robust market positioning.

He stated that simplifying business processes should involve risk management through process automation. Regarding the standardisation of business processes, it is necessary to consider the current Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and procedures to align them with international standards used in international trade.

“The development of the INSW system is dynamic and adaptable to the demands of national needs, as well as the development of international trade and logistics practices. The development of the INSW system is not only about building a Single Window system but also needs to consider the trajectory mandated by the ASEAN Single Window (ASW) Agreement and Protocol,” he explained.

Airlangga believes that this innovation will successfully emerge its visionary goal of assuming a pivotal role in strengthening public service efficiency in the future. This accomplishment will be attained by effectively executing and overseeing an advanced and integrated electronic system encompassing export, import, and logistics. Such an integrated system will be crucial in elevating the nation’s competitive standing, empowering it to navigate the dynamic landscape, particularly in international trade by enhancing its efficacy and effectiveness.

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