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TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The e-commerce sector growth has brought fortunes for express courier service providers in Central Java. Express courier firms believe that e-commerce businesses have contributed to a significant rise in the number of deliveries throughout this year.

“Courier and logistics service providers are currently happy. The e-commerce growth will increase the potential of this business,” Tony Winarno, chairman of the Central Java branch of Express Couriers Association (Asperindo), said on Friday, December 1.

Asperindo projected that the industry’s average growth would stand at 15-20 percent of last year’s market value at Rp50 trillion.

“What’s interesting is that with contributions from the e-commerce sector, the potential growth of the courier and logistics business will stand at 30 percent,” Tony explained.

Budi Hardyansyah, chairman of sharia financial service cooperative BMT Bahtera Pekalongan, said that the e-commerce market value is varied based on a number of studies. He revealed that by 2017, the business-to-consumer (B2C) market in Indonesia recorded the highest growth in Asia-Pacific.

“This is the perfect domain and the right time for anyone to start being involved [in the business],” he said.

Budi believes that technological advancement will be followed by e-commerce growth. Several stores at malls or traditional markets have closed their stalls since consumers have turned their eyes to e-commerce.

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