Spotlights cast onto ABB at Indo Water 2015 exhibition

2015-06-10 - ABB successfully pulled a great crowd during the Indo Water 2015 expo and forum in Jakarta on May 27-29, 2015.

Indo Water is an annual event which brings together industry professionals to get updated on the latest trends and developments, source for new products and build partnership. They looked into available solutions for water, wastewater and recycling technology management. This year, Indo Water brought the theme of clean water and sustainable development.

At its booth, ABB prominently exhibited solutions that highlight the company’s contribution to the flexibility, reliability, and efficiency in producing clean water, and at the same time reduces energy consumption. On display, there were Drives, Freelance AC700 + S700, flowmeter, transmitter, low voltage products and Symphony Plus for water automation.

ABB’s participation in this exhibition allowed its valued customers and the conference delegates to keep abreast of ABB’s latest product development and technology updates, particularly for water sector.


Indonesian Minister of Public Works, Basuki Hadimuljono, visited ABB’s booth and had a brief discussion wtih ABB team

Visit of Indonesian Minister of Public Works, Republic of Indonesia ABB received the honor of the visit from the Indonesian Minister of Public Works, and his delegates to the booth. During his brief visit, he was enlightened with ABB’s capabilities in water sector, particularly in supporting government’s program in providing clean water for the people, such as issues of clean water distribution especially in remote area in Indonesia, sanitation improvement and making sure drinking water is in sufficient quality.

Furthermore, ABB also welcomed the visit from both existing and potential customers which led to business prospects of water projects in the last quarter of 2015 and in the first quarter of 2016. One of the potential projects is feeding water station, and other industries such as coal power plant and geothermal power plant.


Globally, ABB has been equipping thousands of water projects, with electric systems through to automation for any type of water application. ABB’s expertise and full-range offering can help to solve all issues, from the design stage to the startup, and then throughout the system’s entire lifecycle.

Indonesia is a country with great business potential for water sector. This is supported by the fact that according to the World Bank, Indonesia still needs to add 2 million new piped water connections annually in order to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for water access. Furthermore providing clean water is a serious issue in Indonesia due to environmental degradation and pollution. Growing incomes and rapid urbanization in Indonesia have meant that the water supply and sanitation infrastructure is struggling to keep up with the growing demand for water services.

By participating in this exhibition, ABB aimed to look into opportunities where ABB may contribute more in helping to manage water for community and industrial needs.

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